Smooth that frown – pay R799 for a botox treatment worth R1690 at The Cosmetic and Dental Emporium (save 53%)
A lot can be said with the brow – the you really expect me to loan you R20? raised brow, the I can’t believe you’re appearing in public with those shoes ripple brow and the you stole by parking space didn’t you? suspicious brow, to name but a few. However all of this subtle communication goes lost when the brow is hidden under wrinkles and a heavy permanent frown. Free your brow-voice with a forehead and frown botox session for R799 at The Cosmetic and Dental Emporium.
Sit back, make still thine beating heart and jelly legs, and let Dr Zak Schabort work his cosmetic magic. With his nimble fingers and sharp eye, Dr Schabort administers each treatment with the utmost precision so you can stop having nightmares about uni-brows, dinosaur foreheads and courgette brows. When administered by an accredited institution like The Cosmetic and Dental Emporium, the procedure is 100% safe and there’s no chance of ending up like one of the cosmetics-gone-wrong cases in the tabloids.
To the cosmetic surgery freshman, botox may bring images of molten candle wax, very very big needles and balloons filling with helium gas to mind. However this treatment is not to be confused with collagen or silicon as it doesn’t fill wrinkles – keep the candles for the dinner with your sweetheart and balloons for the arties after your session.
Botox, or botulinim toxin, is a chemical that relaxes muscles. By injecting it into wrinkles by means of not such a big needle, it instantly paralyzes the evil ageing muscles to create a smooth, youthful glow for months to come. Perfect for new and old wrinkles, this treatment is sure to bring back The Look that had lads swooning back in the day – no matter ifback in the day was yesterday or back in the 80’s.
Wrinkle fact: In ancient times Swedish women detested the fact that they had less wrinkles than the rest of the world. To combat this, they’d drink tea brewed with acorn shells, beetroot and lemon curd. The putrid taste led to many facial contortions resulting in fabulous deeply etched wrinkles as well as bizarrely flexible earlobes.