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4 THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE INJECTABLES

Updated: Feb 3

1. YOUR HEALTH

Injectables cannot be performed if you are unwell. Injectables are contraindicated in any acute illness (including cold or flu) and can cause severe immediate or delayed complications if performed while someone is unwell. It is also important to consider your mental health, are you getting injectables for the right reasons? Injectables are designed to enhance your existing natural beauty, not recreate anyone else’s or an Instagram filter. Your expectations of results must be realistic and you must understand it can often take several appointments to achieve your desired result. You must also be ready for the down-time and “ugly” phase of the healing period. Love yourself through every age and every stage!

2. WHOS BEHIND THE NEEDLE

At a minimum, ninety percent of your results are in the hands of your injector. Education, experience and aesthetic taste are all key when it comes to choosing the right injector for you. Be sure to ask your injector what cosmetic specific training and experience they have, and most importantly what they plan to do in an emergency. Your injector should be able to succinctly explain any emergency protocols and after cares and should not be ruffled or offended by this question

3. THE PRODUCT USED

There are many different anti-wrinkle and filler products on the market, which much like Wish to Louis Vuitton, can vary greatly in quality! All products used in Bella Donna are of extremely high quality and have undergone rigorous health and safety screenings to be available for approved use in Australia. Even still, amongst these high-quality brands, there are certain products that will suit your face and help to achieve your desired results better than others. Please trust your injector when they recommend one product over another in our clinic.

4. YOUR BUDGET

Like most things in life, when it comes to injectable results, you get what you pay for, and your face is not the time to skimp or budget. When it comes to injectables, you are better off waiting until you can afford the recommended treatment and dosages, rather than skimping and ending up not achieving your desired result and needing to pay more in top ups in the long run.





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