Anti-wrinkle injections: the fastest growing cosmetic treatment in Ireland

Therapie Clinic, Shop Street, Galway, is now offering anti-wrinkle treatments at the most affordable prices in Ireland at their new weekly anti-wrinkle clinic.

There has been a shift in attitudes of late towards cosmetic enhancement, making anti-wrinkle injections and fillers more universally acceptable for those ordinary men and women seeking to preserve their youthful visages. With results that speak for themselves, it is obvious why more and more people are turning to anti–wrinkle injectables for the best, non–invasive results available without the need for a surgical procedure. 

How does it all work?

Remember the tell–tale signs of these treatments: the startled, frozen forehead and dramatically raised eyebrow? Well, these days the trend is leaning more towards a fresher, more natural look, with practitioners using smaller amounts to allow for more movement. 

Anti-wrinkle injectables are utilised to help those frown lines on the forehead and between the eyebrows, while for those pesky wrinkles on the lower half of the face, fillers are generally used. The results are visible within a couple of days and there is a fresh smooth appearance to the skin without anyone knowing the person had a procedure done.

How much does it cost?

Therapie Clinic is now launching an official weekly anti-wrinkle clinic with their renowned doctor, offering treatments at the most affordable prices in Ireland: one area costs €120, two areas €240, and an optional third area free of charge. 

Deirdre O’Dowd of Thérapie Galway says there is an incredible demand today to have these treatments. “A lot of people have cut down on shopping, gone are the days of expensive shoes and bags. Plenty of people will forego the annual holiday to invest in their looks,” she says.

Is it safe, and how young is too young?

“The key is to attend a highly reputable clinic, renowned for good practice and subtle results, and a clinic that uses the expertise of experienced medical practitioners is critical,” says O’Dowd. 

“While very young patients are not encouraged to try out anti–wrinkle injectables, nowadays there is a more widely held belief that starting anti-wrinkle injections a bit earlier will mean better results in the long–term.

“With the unrelenting battle against ageing skin prevention is better than a cure, and the average age of clients has come down from 40 to the early 30s. A small amount done at an early stage means a lot less later on.”

For more  information or to book a consultation with Thérapie Clinic, Shop Street, Galway, phone (091 ) 539900. Alternatively, visit www.therapieclinic.com.

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