This is not a new debate, not by a long shot, but it is one which never seems to go very far away. As the aesthetic industry has grown, so has the number, and variety, of practitioners now offering injectable facial fillers and botulinum toxins to the public at large.
They may seem similar, but in reality they're two very different things... The line between Botox vs fillers can sometimes seem a bit blurred and, if you're thinking about getting injectables, it's probably all a bit confusing.
MP Alberto Costa will lead parliament debate on the dangers posed by non-surgical procedures
Botched work has led to hospital treatment or correction procedures Patients are at serious health risks from practitioners with no medical training Market has exploded in recent years, and services are available on high street Plastic surgeons are demanding tighter regulation over dermal fillers, which are used to reduce wrinkles in the face and plump up lips.
Forehead, frown lines, smokers’ lines, crows’ feet, bunny lines gummy smile, downturn mouth, eyebrow lift
One area – £156
Two areas – £190
Three areas – £256
Standard 1ml lip filler: £190 – £220
Standard 0.55ml Juvederm Smile: £153
Standard 0.55ml Juvederm Volift: £163
Lip line and upper smoker lines: £153 – £256
Nasolabial folds: £190 – £220
Marionette lines: £155 – £190
Cheek Augmentation: £295-£495
Chin Augmentation: 195 – £295
Jaw Line Augmentation: £295 – £495
Non-Surgical nose Rhinoplasty: £395
Full face, LMX 4% Lidocaine: £14 (inc Heliocare aftercare cream)
The perfect Peel: £270
Allumier Md Peels: £65 (inc aftercare kit)
Leg thread vein therapy: £195
Follow up treatments (4 + required): £165