Australian Skin Clinics cosmetic injector Annabelle (RN) visited Ash, Kip and Luttsy from Nova’s Breakfast team to administer anti-wrinkle injections live on air.
After host Susie O’Neill pointed out her co-hosts “wrinkly” forehead during Smarter Than Suse, Ashley Bradnam followed through with the suggestion to have anti-wrinkle injections live on air. The event was both educational….AND hilarious! Watch the video below.
Anti-wrinkle injections can be performed on both men and women, and work by blocking the chemical signal that the brain sends to the muscle telling the muscle to contract.
Nurse Annebelle is a registered nurse and experienced cosmetic injector who works out of Australian Skin Clinics Indooroopilly, Queensland.
“I feel very at ease with Annabelle,” said Ash before the procedure.
“I’ve had three or four done now and it doesn’t hurt at all, not at all… less than a mosquito bite,” said Ash.
After the treatment, Nurse Annabelle explained the aftercare to ensure Ash received the best possible results. “No lying down for four hours, no exercise for the rest of the day and no massage or facials for 24 hours,” advised Nurse Annabelle.
It generally takes three to 10 days after the treatment for the maximum to develop fully and can last up to five months. Once Ash’s anti-wrinkle injections took full effect, the result was a visible reduction in the deep forehead lines. Watch his transformation video below!
It is amazing what can be achieved with anti-wrinkle injections administered by our experienced doctors and registered nurses. The most commonly treated areas include the crow’s feet, forehead, ‘bunny lines’ (around the nose’ and smile lines.
If you’re looking for a natural-looking reduction in lines and wrinkles that will leave you with a softer and brighter appearance, come in to your local Australian Skin Clinics for a complimentary consultation.
Original article published by Australian Skin Clinics >