Biostimulator injectable treatments are very popular at our Sydney clinic. These injectables can be used on many areas of the face and body including cheeks, temples, lower cheeks, jawline, neck, abdomen, arms and legs Unfortunately due to Australian regulations, we are not allowed to name the drugs used. We offer 2 types of biostimulators at The Manse. One is a dermal filler that is also a biostimulator.
BIostimulators are good for volumising and skin improvement.
How do biostimulators work?
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Biostimulators are injected into the skin to reduce wrinkles or to volumise. The substance that it is made of (which we are not allowed to name in Australia) acts to stimulate collagen.
How long do biostimulators last?
Timeline after biostimulators are injected:
- If using the biostimulator/filler combined products results will be seen immediately
- At 8 weeks the final result will be achieved and should be reviewed
Most patients need to have a second treatment at 8 weeks.
Are biostimulator injections safe?
Biostimulator injections are a medical treatment prescribed by a doctor and have risks associated
The risks and side effects may include:
- Bruising and swelling at injection sites, this is common
- Headache post injection (particularly when temples are injected)
- More than one treatment may be required to achieve the desired result.
- Infection is extremely rare
- Necrosis and blindness which are extremely rare
What areas are suitable for treatment with biostimulator injections?
There are many issue, including the following:
- Temple volume loss
- Cheek volume loss
- Accordion lines
- Chin lines
- Jawline contouring
- Cellulite improvement
- Skin tightening on abdomen, arms and thighs
- Butt volumising
- Hand volumising
Is the biostimulator procedure painful?
The pain is minimal. At The Manse, we offer numbing cream, ice and happy gas to our patients for their biostimulator injections. The product is also mixed with local anaesthetic, which reduces the pain.
Is the procedure quick?
The procedure itself takes about 30 minutes, but at your appointment you will need to take photos and sign a consent form and also be cleaned.
What it the price of biostimulator injections?
Bistimulator from $900 per vial
Biostimulator /Filler cross from $1200 per syringe
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NEW TREATMENT ALERT 🚨: Neck biostimulator injections @themanseclinic 💉. I really find that my neck skin is weak and crepey, and there’s not enough fat under it. I used to be shocking in the sun 🌞😡, so i have to put in a lot of work to recover from the abuse. There are quite a few options for it, including fractional ablative laser, non-ablative lasers, skinbooster and threads. I will have all of above, but I wanted something with minimal downtime. This biostimulator/ filler hybrid is a new treatment for the neck area (although we have used the same product in a different concentration in the face for many years. I love the immediate results because of the big volume replacement effect, but there’s a lot of anaesthetic, so it won’t be 100% sustained.. Also I will have to wait for the collagen stimulation effects. Can’t wait to share before and afters with you. We will also add a layer of regular filler to volumise in a similar plane to add to the effects. #necklift #skincare #skinbythemanse #biostimulator
Biostimulator for abdominal skin tightening
Biostimulator for temple volumising
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Biostimulator for temple hollowing @themanseclinic 💉. As we age, our temples lose volume. Leaner patients are often hit earlier with an aged appearance in this zone. Clinic: @themanseclinic Model: @chanelmakesmehappy Cost per treatment is $880. 1-3 treatments are typically required. Longevity of the biostimulator is approx 2 years. Advanced injectors only.