Mr Bassari offers cosmetic injectable services only at 137 Chapel Street, Windsor 3181.
To arrange an appointment for cosmetic injectable, please phone 9530 2393.
He is available most Saturdays from 12PM.
When choosing your cosmetic injector, make sure they are qualified and have undergone appropriate training. Due to poor industry regulation, untrained, non-certified and uneducated injectors exist and continue to practice.
There are two main types of anti-wrinkle cosmetic injectables.
There are three main brands used in the industry for anti-wrinkle muscle relaxants. Due to industry regulations, we are unable to name them here. Product A is 3 times more potent than Product B. Therefore you will need 3 times the units of Product B to achieve similar results as Product A. So do not think you are getting a discount if someone offers Product A at one-third the cost that it is offered elsewhere. Chances are, you are being quoted the price of Product B. The overall cost to achieve similar outcomes is the same for both products. We choose to use Product A at this stage due to the good results that have been achieved.
Your treatment will be tailored according to your desired result. You can have anti-wrinkle treatment and still maintain a degree of muscle movement. Or you can have complete relaxation of the muscles.
The most common areas where muscle-relaxing anti-wrinkle treatments are used include the forehead, crow's feet and the glabella (area immediately above your eyebrows). It is important to note that treating the forehead without treating the glabella can result in a "heavy brow" appearance.
The muscle-relaxant can also be used to treat excessive sweating known as hyperhidrosis. The most common area treated is the armpits.
Another use for muscle relaxants is jawline slimming and the treatment of teeth grinding. The muscle relaxant is injected over the target muscle leading to a slimmer jawline and reduced teeth grinding.
Another product used for anti-wrinkle treatment is dermal filler. The product works by drawing water and therefore hydrating the area where the product was injected into. Most common areas include the lips, cheeks and nasolabial folds.
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