Anti-wrinkle injections are more popular than ever but a large percentage of women and men are being deterred from using them as an anti-ageing treatment because of some of the misconceptions about them.

If you’re considering anti-wrinkle injections but are feeling unsure, this article will help clear a few things up.

5 Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatment Misconceptions

Treatments are really painful
It’s only natural to be worried about pain when you’re considering a new treatment such as anti-wrinkle injections. However, the needles that are used are small and fine, which means pain is minimal. With this being said, everyone has a different pain threshold, so some may find the treatment slightly more uncomfortable than others. Basically, you can expect a slight pinching sensation that lasts a few seconds.

Anti-wrinkle injections are dangerous because they’re toxic

Anti-wrinkle injections have been used as an effective anti-ageing treatment for over 20 years and when they’re administered by a qualified doctor or CPCA-certified injector at a reputable clinic such as Academy Face and Body beauty clinic in Sydney, they’re completely safe.

Anti-wrinkle injections contain a protein that is naturally produced by the body, causing the muscles of the face to relax temporarily. When these muscles relax, it helps to soften lines and wrinkles across different areas of the face.

Anti-wrinkle injections freeze your face

This probably the number one misconception about anti-wrinkle injections. When your treatment is being administered by a qualified medical professional, you can expect natural results and you will still be able to express yourself. Anti-wrinkle injections are not designed to get rid of every single fine line – the treatment helps prevent deeper, more prominent lines from forming by relaxing the muscles that cause them. As we age, the skin is not able to bounce back as well as it once did, which is where anti-wrinkle injections can help.

Anti-wrinkle injections are the same as dermal fillers

While dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections are both anti-ageing treatments, they contain different ingredients and have different effects too. Anti-wrinkle injections are mainly used as a preventative treatment, while still allowing patients to soften existing lines and lift their facial structure. Dermal fillers are designed to restore volume to the facial tissue, creating a plump, smooth and youthful appearance. Fillers can also be used to add more definition to certain areas of the face, including the cheeks, chin and nose.

Anti-wrinkle injections are only used by women

Absolutely not! Both males and females regularly use anti-wrinkle injections to help them maintain a more youthful appearance. There still seems to be stigma surrounding cosmetic injections but this is decreasing at a rapid pace as more patients are willing to openly share their experience and their results. In fact, many cosmetic clinics are not treating couples, so if you are a man and are wondering whether it would be strange for you to walk into a cosmetic clinic, think again. There’s a very good chance you will run into other male patients while you’re there.

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