A new anti-wrinkle treatment

By The COZmedics Team - Monday, 18 August 2014

Whats different?

First off lets touch on a little background information about anti wrinkle injections. All anti-wrinkle injections contain a key ingredient named BTX-A. This ingredient works by preventing the facial muscles from receiving the signals required to contract the muscles meaning the muscle reverts back to a relaxed state.

BTX-A is derived from a naturally occurring compound which produces the toxin and associated accessory proteins. These accessory proteins contain no therapeutic value to the treatment of facial lines.

This new anti-wrinkle treatment contains no complex proteins and only contains the therapeutic toxin to relax the muscle in effect creating a more pure derivative.

What does this mean for me?

  • Faster treatment effects. You could see initial results within the first 3-5 days
  • Better long term results. As the treatment does not contain any denatured toxin - your body does not develop resistance to the treatment over time lessening the result

What can you treat with it?

We can treat everything we can treat with our two other variants of anti-wrinkle treatments. These includes;

  • Forehead lines
  • Frown lines
  • Lines under the eyes
  • Lip lines
  • Lines round the corner of the mouth
  • Crows feet
  • Bunny lines
  • Neck bands

As with any cosmetic procedure - a consultation with a cosmetic doctor is required in order to assess your suitability and determine how you may benefit from this treatment.

At COZmedics we aim for natural looking results. We offer free consultations with a cosmetic doctor at any one of our 4 Medispas within Brisbane or the Sunshine Coast.


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