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Is Botox really worth the investment?

When should I start Botox?
Botox® is an effective and popular way to fight the signs of ageing and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes, but one of the first things that often comes to mind is cost and if it’s really worth it. Treatments are often perceived as expensive and only for the rich and famous, but it can be more affordable than you think.

Why choose Botox®?
Botox® is one of the most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedures worldwide. It reduces the action of treated muscles, resulting in softer lines and wrinkles. It’s a simple procedure, with treatments taking only around 10-15 minutes and the results lasting up to 3-4 months.

Is it worth the investment?
If your areas of concern include reducing fine lines and wrinkles, then Botox® is a potential option for you as it will enable you a long term solution in only 1-3 days. It’s an ideal treatment if you’re wanting a more refreshed look for a special occasion or event. The best results will be visible one week after your treatment and last up to 3-4 months. So you can put down all of the wrinkle creams, and enjoy a wrinkle free appearance for longer. As the effects of Botox® last longer with regular treatments, you will be able to have treatments less frequently.

How much does it cost?
Many reputable appearance medicine clinics, such as Caci, offer Botox® payment programmes, meaning treatments are more affordable than you think. For example, at Caci  you can pay for treatments by direct debit with payments starting from around $22 a week. As not everyone’s budget is the same, Caci’s Botox programmes enable you to make payments in weekly, fortnightly or monthly installments.

$22 = that’s the same price as…

  • Your weeks’ worth of coffee
  • Your weekly gym membership fee
  • Those sneaky 3pm sweet treats!
  • A few glasses of wine at Friday night drinks

This article was brought to you by Caci. To learn more about Botox® or book a free consultation to find out if it’s right for you, visit caci.co.nz.

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