So you’ve made the measured decision to get Botox, but which one? High Society Skin Clinic now offers the new generation XEOMIN® purified botulinum toxin, which promises to soften the skin and smooth out fine lines.
High Society Skin Clinic offers every service from eyebrow microblading and tinting to lash extensions, semi-permanent makeup, facials, body sculpting, laser hair removal and more. So it’s no surprise that the aesthetic centre’s also a leading professional in injectables — including botulinum toxin.
Xeomin is often referred to as Botox, the catch-all brand name. But make no mistake! It’s a new generation cosmetic injectable that’ll soften the skin, smoothening out fine lines and wrinkles, with fewer risks than Botox. Read on to learn more about Xeomin, what to book at High Society Skin Clinic and an exclusive perk for Sassy readers!
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What is Xeomin?
Xeomin is a neurotoxin with the active ingredient of botulinum toxin type A — just like Botox However, Xeomin is free of impurities and additives, giving you the full benefits of botulinum toxin but with a lower risk of antibody formation that could cause toxin resistance during repeat treatments — which would lead to less effective treatment.
Working as a neuromodulator primarily to smoothen out fine lines and wrinkles, it’s injected into your muscles to decrease movement. It differs from filler, which is usually a hyaluronic acid-based gel-like substance that’s injected beneath the skin and creates volume and fills out an area (which also helps to smoothen out lines and soften creases!).
Xeomin is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, UK MHRA, Germany’s Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices, and the Hong Kong Department of Health. It’s also highly effective and clinically proven to see results in two to four days.
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Why High Society Skin Clinic?
At High Society Skin Clinic, you can expect high-quality and professional service with injection procedures done by a Hong Kong-registered medical doctor.
When administered by a fully-trained physician, botulinum toxin can produce consistent, natural and predictable results. And as we all have different muscle strengths and placements, the treatment should be as personalised as possible — concentration and dosage make all the difference. So, of course, you’ll have a comprehensive consultation with your doctor before the procedure.
What To Expect & Get At High Society Skin Clinic
As a non-surgical, in-office treatment, Xeomin injections require minimal preparation. Your face will be cleaned and an anaesthetic numbing cream will be applied. The botulinum toxin will be injected into muscles using a very fine needle. The entire process usually takes less than 30 minutes and typically takes two days to see an effect.
High Society Skin Clinic’s Xeomin injections ($2,000 to $4,500) have been clinically proven to relax the muscles and temporarily eliminate dynamic wrinkles like glabellar lines, ones on the forehead and “crow’s feet” fine lines around the eyes for up to six months.
Use the code sassy to get Xeomin for the frown line, “bunny line”, the crow’s feet or jawline area at a discounted price of $1,500 (originally priced at $2,000). First-timers can use the code for multiple areas and get each area for the discounted price of $1,500. Valid until Wednesday, 18 October, 2023.
High Society Skin Clinic (Central), 22/F, Car Po Commercial Building, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2799 0800, WhatsApp: 6338 8359
High Society Skin Clinic (Mong Kok), Unit 15-16, 18/F, Grand Century Place Tower 1, 193 Prince Edward Road West, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2117 7008, WhatsApp: 9816 8387, Facebook: High Society Skin Clinic, Instagram: @highsocietyskinclinic, www.highsocietyskinclinic.com
Editor’s Note: In small doses, botulinum toxin injections can reduce skin wrinkles and help treat some medical conditions. However, as with all aesthetic injectable treatments, please always consult your doctor first and only ever go to a medical professional to make sure any treatment will not impact or hinder you and your regular medicine and treatments.
Brought to you in partnership with High Society Skin Clinic.
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