Kelsey Ferencak discovers the latest injectable trend that is sure to raise some eyebrows.
If you thought the pandemic would have a negative impact on injectables and cosmetic surgery, you’re in for a surprise. In fact, according to Australia’s
leading aesthetic physicians, the number of clients booking in appointments once clinics began to reopen has been overwhelming – with anti-wrinkle injections being the most popular. And it makes sense, considering the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery revealed an annual national spend of more than $350 million on wrinkle-reduction procedures alone.
But the next wave of injectables doesn’t just target fine lines. Make way for the Botox brow lift. Unlike traditional face and eyebrow lifts that require going under the knife, this relatively new procedure can achieve similar results with just a few strategic jabs of the needle.
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