According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) , anti-wrinkle injections were the most popular nonsurgical cosmetic procedure performed in the United States. There were approximately 2.5 million procedures performed in 2008 alone.
There is no surprise that rival anti wrinkle procedures are starting to evolve in the Melbourne marketplace. One such product is D–sport, another injectable of similar character. It is safe and has been used in Europe for 20 years.
Its side effects are similar to other well known anti-wrinkle injection which include minor bruising, headache, and potential eyelid/brow droop if injected improperly. Clinically, they make the muscle stop moving when used in appropriate doses. Your body recovers from injection by building new nerve tips. Both products are made of a protein; due to restrictions from the TGA, the actual name of the anti-wrinkle injection cannot be used here.
Injectable products approved for cosmetic use in adults ages 18-65. Neither should be used by pregnant or breast-feeding women, nor should they be used by individuals with pre-existing nerve or muscle conditions.
There is a difference in anti-wrinkle injections “units”. It’s like Microsoft and Apple, really. Each has their own way of doing things, their own advantages. The same effect can be achieved with somewhere around 2.5 to 3 units of D product compared to 1 unit of another well-known one. D units are about 1/3 the price of B units so the price isn’t that much different.
The KEY with D–sport is the dilution and injection technique of the practitioner. Remember, it’s not usually the product being injected but WHO is doing the anti wrinkle injections, so make sure your doctor is experienced in both injection types.
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