Wrinkle Relaxer FAQ
What is this product?
Due to TGA regulations on pharmaceutical products, the exact name of this well known and trusted treatment cannot be publicised. The active ingredient is a purified protein that relaxes the muscles that wrinkle the skin. It has been named the wonder drug of this century by many top cosmetic doctors internationally. It is the only medical product of its type with a more than 15-year safety history that involves millions of patients worldwide, comprehensive clinical trials, as well as, published studies and extensive clinical practice.
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How long do wrinkle relaxer treatments last?
The cosmetic effects of wrinkle relaxer cosmetic are usually noticeable within one week of receiving treatment and the results can last between 3-6 months.
The entire procedure takes up to 15 minutes and you can resume normal activity immediately.
Many of Dermedica-Perth Cosmetic Medical Clinic patients regularly schedule their favourite wrinkle treatment every 3-6 months because they love the result they see in the mirror. Many of Dermedica-Perth Cosmetic Medical Clinic long term regular patients are enjoying the benefit of prolong effects of the more relax wrinkle free look. Some of the patients have reported effect lasting as long as 6 months.
What does the procedure involve? Is it painful?
Wrinkle relaxer is administered through a few tiny injections of purified protein that relaxes the wrinkle-causing muscle.
It is a simple and quick, minimally invasive treatment that delivers dramatic results. The entire procedure takes up to 15 minutes and you can resume normal activity immediately.
Some people describe the procedure similar to an ant bite.
At Dermedica-Perth Cosmetic Medical Clinic we ensure that your treatment is made as comfortable as possible. Dr Teh and her medical staff have developed techniques to minimize the discomfort. At Dermedica-Perth Cosmetic Medical Clinic, the proof that we care about your treatment experience is in the number of patients even the most needle phobic ones return for more treatment. Dr Teh uses the latest injection technique to deliver this anti wrinkle treatment with little or no bruising. Through the gentle approach of Dr Teh and her medical Staff many patients found much more pleasant than they thought it would be.
Is wrinkle relaxer safe?
Wrinkle relaxer is the only medical product of its type with a more than 15-year safety history that involves millions of patients worldwide, comprehensive clinical trials, as well as, published studies and extensive clinical practice – resulting in visible aesthetic results between the brows.
Wrinkle relaxer is one of the most widely researched medicines in the world with 20 approved indications in more than 75 countries.
What are the side effects of wrinkle relaxer?
Temporary side effects that some may experience with wrinkle relaxer can include tenderness and bruising at the site of injection. Less frequent side effects can include headache, temporary eyelid droop and nausea. When administered by a highly trained cosmetic injector the side effects can be minimised.
What are the long-term side effects?
The safety of wrinkle relaxer has been established. Worldwide, wrinkle relaxer is approved in over 75 countries and there has been no evidence in any of these countries of any long-term safety concerns associated with treatment.
Wrinkle relaxeris safe and effective. More than 1000 clinical studies and review articles have been published on the effectiveness and safety of wrinkle relaxer.
Wrinkle relaxer is is a medical product made from tiny amounts of highly refined purified protein and is administered through small injections to relax the specific muscles to reduce overactive muscle contractions.
What are the therapeutic medical benefits of wrinkle relaxer?
Wrinkle relaxerer currently approved and used in more than 75 countries for the treatment of a broad range of medical conditions including cerebral palsy, eye and facial twitching, hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and cervical dystonia (abnormal head position and neck pain).
It has been approved in Australia for therapeutic use since 1993.