Beauty on Rose welcomes injectable services back to our menu again!
James Barrett provides patients with a natural approach to injecting. With over 15 years of experience in professional nursing services and 7 years in the cosmetic industry we know you will be happy with his results and honest opinion with selecting the right treatment for your concerns.
Specializing in masculine and feminine aesthetics, he is committed to continuous education and seeks advanced training, attending medical aesthetic national conferences and updating his skills for safe injecting techniques for the health and safety for his clients as well as informing himself on the technologies and techniques used the world over.
Consultations & appointments are available via appointment :
- Tuesday 19th September – 3-8pm
- Tuesday 3rd October – 3-8pm
- Tuesday 17th October – 3-8pm
- Tuesday 31st October – 3-8pm
Please call 93313800 for further information or to book your free consultation.
Anti-wrinkle injections work by injecting a natural protein that relaxes targeted and specific muscles we use when making facial expressions. The actual name of the cosmetic injections we use cannot be revealed here due to restrictions from the Therapeutic Goods Administration, however we can discuss the products used during consultation.
The most common problems treated with wrinkle injections include frown lines, crow’s feet, vertical lines between the brows and worry lines. The injectables work to reduce the activity of muscles that cause these wrinkles and they can be targeted to ensure you maintain facial expressions to the degree you want rather than having a “frozen” face.
Cosmetic injectables can also be used to reduce neck banks, create an eyebrow lift and even reduce excessive sweating by up to 90 percent.
One of the side effects of aging is a loss of volume in the face, particularly the cheeks or mid-face. While a loss of volume can accentuate the aging process, there are options to restore youthfulness and achieve a natural and pleasing contour of the cheeks. A loss of volume can also be a result of lifestyle, weight loss and genetics.
Simple treatments such as dermal fillers and wrinkle fillers are used to fill depleted facial features and stimulate collagen growth. A dermal filler is injected just below the surface of the skin to fill in wrinkles, create enhanced lips shape and size and add volume to larger areas such as cheeks.
While other wrinkle treatments act to relax muscle movement, cheek fillers and dermal fillers act to replace volume loss and don’t cause any loss of ability to contract muscles in the face.
Lips are another facial feature that can suffer a loss of volume over time. Lip enhancement involves lip fillers being strategically injected to enhance, shape and even out or create fuller lips. Our goal is to ensure the results you see with lip fillers are natural and appealing.
The only non-surgical injectable treatment for reduction of fullness under the chin that has undergone rigorous clinical evaluation, including four Phase 3 clinical studies involving more than 2,600 patients worldwide.1 Until now, treatment options for submental fullness have been limited to surgical options such as liposuction and non-surgical in-clinic procedures using handheld devices or aggressive weight-loss regimens with potentially limited improvement.2 When injected into fat under the chin, BELKYRA® permanently causes the destruction of fat cells. Once destroyed, those cells cannot store or accumulate fat.1
*Please note that unfortunately no Beauty on Rose gift vouchers (conditional or traditional) are able to be used for injectable services – we apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.*
- Rzany B, et al, Reduction of unwanted submental fat with ATX-101 (deoxycholic acid), an adipocytolytic injectable treatment: results from a phase III, randomized, placebo-controlled study*. British Journal of Dermatology. 2014; 170, pp445–453
- McDiarmid J. Results from a Pooled Analysis of Two European, randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Phase 3 Studies of ATX-101 for the Pharmacologic Reduction of Excess Submental Fat. Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. 2014; 38(5)