Botox is expensive.
1 area $175. – $500.
2 areas $275. – $600.
3 or more areas $375. – $800.
*incidentally, one (1) vial of BOTOX costs $448.00 (roughly 4 to 5 areas can be treated per vial).
Yes, Botox is a quick fix, but it is not necessarily the best option for you. Botox is very good at what it does and works very well. Nowadays people like immediate results, or “the quick fix”, most people don’t know that there are better all natural alternatives to botox. These other options are a fraction of the cost and are more practical in the long term. I just don’t see it as very practical to go to your doctors office and pay between $175 and $500 dollars for one area. This initial injection will not solve your problem because your body is constantly changing and evolving and finds other muscles to make your wrinkles with. In some cases you will develop other wrinkles that didn’t exist in the first place. Because while one muscle is paralyzed other muscles will develop to take its place. So if you have the money and enjoy being stuck with needles every so often then botox is the answer for you.
Botox®* has taken the skin care industry by storm, and has yielded visible results for many women and men alike. However, bruising, bleeding, or even infection from Botox®* treatments can be a serious inconvenience for those seeking real anti-wrinkle solutions.
With simple, safe topical application of clinically proven Anti Wrinkle Cream, you can avoid these potential side effects and see real results in the fight against fine lines and wrinkles. What’s more, Wrinkle Creams can be applied to all areas of the face, neck, and body – not just to “crow’s feet” around the eyes.
So What About Eyebrow Feathering AKa Microblading eyebrows.
We spoke to Arli Jade the Microblading eyebrow Specialist in Melbourne.
What makes Eyebrow Feathering unique to eyebrow tattooing?
We use a hand held tool to create a hair stroke like effect instead of using block out Tattoo.
See the difference by visiting here.