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botonics Highlight Benefits Of Botox Subscription

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botonics, London-based cosmetic surgery specialists who employ some of the most experienced medical professionals in the field, highlight recent research that suggest two years of sustained and frequent botox injections will produce long-term cosmetic benefits – enabling users to cut their usage by half after this period of time.

After a one-off injection of botox muscles will return to their normal state after approximately 3 – 4 months. The research carried out by Roger A. Dailey, M.D., F.A.C.S., Professor and Lester Jones Endowed Chair of oculofacial plastic surgery in the OHSU School of Medicine however, suggests that after two years of regular botox treatment, people will not need to employ the treatment as much and can reduce their treatments by half, saving them money in the long term whilst producing the same benefits.

botonics offer a botox subscription service which aids their clients by allowing them to pay for their treatments on a monthly basis, similar to membership at a health club. It has been set up in place of customers paying one large lump sum every four months whenever they receive their treatment, and also acts as a Credit Toward Treatment. This means that if the client decides not to undergo the botox treatment, the payment is still valid and can be used for other services provided by botonics.

“We feel the research underlines how careful people need to be when considering botox, especially for facial areas and when treating wrinkles. But the research does also point out how regular treatment can provide long-term benefits – and even provide cost savings,” says Bill Green, Managing Director of botonics. “As such we would like to point out that people can take advantage of our subscription service if they’re looking at long-term botox treatment, especially as it’s interest free. Payments can be reduced after a couple of years when the frequency required decreases, meaning clients will save money and still get the best cosmetic results possible.”