Whether you want to thank social media or the Kardashian-Jenners, waltzing into a clinic for injectables is now almost as common as getting your nails done. 'Tis easy as pie.
However, while the popularity of injectable treatments such as fillers and anti-wrinkle injections are on the up, there are some pretty disconcerting trends getting around, and botched procedures and bad cosmetic work is becoming a very real thing.
And it's way more common than you might think.
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Between the lack of regulation in the cosmetic industry, poor patient research and education and those cheap deals and dodgy clinics - it's no wonder we're creeping into some shady territory.
So what's the go? What should you know before considering fillers or anti-wrinkle injections?
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Well, experts say there are some pretty common mistakes you should avoid - and these mistakes could mean the difference between a good injectable experience and a bad injectable experience.
We had a chat to Nurse Ally Hanby from cosmetic and plastic surgery practice Cosmetic Avenue, and asked her to tell us some of the most common mistakes she sees as a cosmetic injector - as well as how to avoid them.
1. Over-treatment and not taking 'no' for an answer.
"Patients presenting for further treatment when their features are already over-corrected is something I’m seeing time and time again," said Hanby.