Anti Wrinkle Prices in Dublin

Anti Wrinkle Prices in Dublin

There seems to be a lot of confusion of why one Aesthetic clinic in Dublin may have different Anti Wrinkle Injection prices compared to another. Surely it’s all the same? But it’s not. There is a danger with many cheaper products and in the majority of cases you get what you pay for. In this post we’ll talk about why are there different Anti Wrinkle Injection prices in Dublin and what are the 3 main factors that cause it.

Anti Wrinkle Injection Prices in Dublin

The three main factors that affect the price of Anti Wrinkle Injection prices in Dublin are:

1.The Product Used

Anti wrinkle injection is anti wrinkle injection, but it’s not! Like most products you have the original brand name and then the generic cheaper versions. The original licenced Anti wrinkle injection is made by Allergan (who also make Juvederm and Kybella) in Westport County Mayo. Yes it is Irish!

Allergan have had the rights since 1988 and continue to research and test more uses for it. In 2010 Botulinum Toxin was approved to treat chronic migraines and is also used in hyperhidrosis treatment, muscle spasticity treatment and much much more.

Many clinics may offer a generic form of anti-wrinkle injection which is cheaper to buy. Before attending a clinic it is important to find out exactly what product they are using!

2. How Do They Charge?

At Amara we charge per area treated with Anti Wrinkle Injections. For example, frown Lines, worry lines and smile lines are all considered 1 area individually. Other clinics may charge per amount of toxin used. Another element in pricing is to do with how much you need and this depends entirely on you. How you have you had Anti Wrinkle Injections  before? How strong are the muscles being treated? How strong is your immune system? – always of these play a factor in determining the amount of serum required.

When you first visit Amara I will use a smaller dose of Anti Wrinkle Injection so I can see exactly how much you need and not overpower your muscles. There is then a free review in the next 2-4 weeks where I will top up if you need a stronger dose, this way will we know exactly how much you need.

At Amara we offer discounts depending on how many areas are treated and are prices are:

  • 1 Area: €250
  • 2 Areas: €320
  • 3 Areas: €385
  • 4 Areas: €450

You can find out our full range of Antiwrinkle and lip filler prices here!

3. The Aesthetic Doctor

Finally another factor when you are pricing Anti Wrinkle Injection is exactly who will be injecting it? How much experience does the doctor have? Is it in their own clinic? etc.

Who is injecting you is very important – different doctors have different techniques when it comes to injecting. It is important to remember that only doctors or dentists who are qualified can administer Anti Wrinkle Injection. I have been performing injectable treatments since 2007 and continuously attend training and conferences to study new treatments and techniques. I also perform Anti Wrinkle Injection and Filler training to other physicians.

Anti Wrinkle Injection Prices – Do Your Research!

In conclusion before you decide to attend any clinic for Anti Wrinkle Injections do your research! Some things you should make sure to find out are: what product is being used, how do they charge and who is doing the injecting? You should also check out some reviews online so you can be absolutely confident in who is doing your treatment.

Would you like to find out more about Anti Wrinkle treatments in Dublin? If so give us a call on +353 1 676 1074 or contact us online now to find out more.

  • Gillian fullerton

    What is one area? And how many injections goes into one area ?

    January 17, 2017 at 2:53 pm
    • katie

      Hi Gillian,

      By Area we mean sections of the face where you may have concerns. For example frown lines (the lines between the eyes) count as one area. How many injections depends on the individual and where exactly the product is needed. – Katie

      January 17, 2017 at 2:58 pm
  • Suzanne Healy

    Hi does botox work on smokers lines around the mouth area would this be classed as one area only. Also would it lift the jaw line if injected around the mouth area

    May 22, 2017 at 1:37 pm
    • katie

      Hi Suzanne,

      Yes Botox is effective for smokers lines and is classified as one area.With regards to the jawline Botox can be used for Bruxism and can possibly narrow the jawline. However for sculpting the jawline (if thats what you are referring to) then the Exilis Elite uses Radio Frequency to sculpt and tighten the face and jawline and can also work as a double chin treatment. Please let me know if I have answered your question!
      Kind regards,

      May 22, 2017 at 2:00 pm
      • Thanks Katie for getting back to me to you did answer my question thanks. I meant to say in my previous message I’m a smoker if I continued to smoke would the botox still work ?

        May 22, 2017 at 2:55 pm
        • katie

          Yes, the treatment will still work (depending on how deep the current lines are) However if you continue to smoke the lines will come back quicker as pursing your lips is what causes the actual lines. Whereas a non smoker would get much longer after the treatment as they would not purse their lips so often.

          May 22, 2017 at 3:01 pm
          • Thats great Katie thanks for the advice

            May 22, 2017 at 8:48 pm
  • Anne hyland

    Hi Katie. What about laughing lines. Wud they be considered as one area or 2???

    July 1, 2017 at 7:33 pm
    • katie

      Hi Anne,
      Could you clarify what you mean by Laughing Lines? If it is smile lines (Crows Feet around the eyes) then that would be one area – Katie

      July 3, 2017 at 9:28 am
  • Hi just wondering would Botox work on bingo wings or could you recommend something

    July 10, 2017 at 5:20 pm
    • katie

      Hi Mary,

      Botox would not be suitable for this treatment as that only works to numb the muscles. ‘Bingo wings’ would typically be caused by loose skin which may be helped by Radio Frequency & exercise.

      Kind Regards,

      July 11, 2017 at 8:47 am

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