Medically-backed expertise

Based on a facial assessment and areas of concern, our Medical Team of Doctors and Cosmetic Registered Nurses will review your treatment priorities and create a tailored treatment plan for you.

How it works

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Wrinkles are a natural part of the ageing process. With age, our skin gets thinner, drier and we lose elastin. The ability of our skin to protect itself is reduced as we age. Eventually, wrinkles, creases, and lines form on our skin.

Continuous muscle contraction is also another major contributor to facial wrinkles. Continuous muscle movement causes 'dynamic wrinkles' which only appear when the muscle is used.

Over time, if untreated, these wrinkles can become 'static wrinkles' which means they become permanently etched in our skin.


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Whilst the face is in motion the lines that appear are known as dynamic wrinkles, however, repeated movement over time forms deeper lines and folds known as static wrinkles.

Cosmetic Aesthetics work to prevent the formation of static wrinkles, softening and smoothing the appearance of existing fine lines. 

This treatment is most effective when used as a preventative measure.

Cosmetic Aesthetics help to achieve the softening of lines and wrinkles while reducing the severity of visible wrinkles.

Individual results may vary. A consultation before the first treatment is required, so please notify us of any health conditions or medical history during this appointment. This information will ensure your individual needs are assessed and that appropriate guidance is given.

Side Effects

Depending on the sensitivity of your skin and any medications (like aspirin, ibuprofen, and other blood thinners) you may be taking, there is the chance of temporary, minor side effects including

- Mild swelling at or around the injection site
- Mild tenderness or bruising at or around the treatment sites
- Tiny red dots at the treatment sites
- A mild headache, depending on the treatment area

Next Steps

As results may vary, we recommend a follow-up appointment 2 weeks post-treatment to discuss your tailored treatment results.


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Soften & Reduce

While their main purpose is to improve or temporarily reduce existing lines, Cosmetic Aesthetics can be used as a preventative measure to help soften the expression lines that form when your face moves.

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Restrict Movement

With both age and repetitive muscle movement, lines settle into the face and are visible even at rest. Anti-wrinkle injections can be used to soften those lines and wrinkles in the skin,


Shape & Symmetry

Cosmetic Aesthetics can do more than just reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles; they can also be used to lift certain parts of the face and balance asymmetrical features.


Not Just For Wrinkles

Cosmetic Aesthetics can also be used to treat non-cosmetic areas. Some added benefits of treating targeted muscles can include a reduction in excessive sweating (in areas such as the underarms).

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Using market-leading Cosmetic Aesthetic products, our Medical Team of Doctors and Cosmetic Registered Nurses will review your treatment priorities and create a tailored treatment plan for you.


Medical Team

Our qualified Medical Team of Doctors and Cosmetic Registered Nurses work closely with the Laser Clinics Medical Advisory Committee and Nurse Council to remain at the forefront of aesthetics, innovations, safety standards, and products.


Consult the leaders in Cosmetic Aesthetics

Laser Clinics Australia has a network of over 300 Cosmetic Registered Nurses and Doctors. Our team is educated in Australia's most advanced Cosmetic Aesthetics​ training. 

We recommend a consultation and facial assessment with one of our experienced Cosmetic Registered Nurses or Doctors to advise you on the appropriate product and pricing to deliver your aesthetic goals.

Book in for a Cosmetic Aesthetics consultation today.


Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question not listed below? Visit our FAQ page to find more answers and info about our complete range of laser, skin, body, and cosmetic procedures.

  • Vaccines and Cosmetic Aesthetics

    For Cosmetic Aesthetic treatments, we advise you to wait a minimum of 7 days before or after receiving any vaccination.

    If you have any concerns, we advise you to seek medical advice prior to your treatment.

  • Why am I required to complete a Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) screening?

    We want to ensure you feel confident and comfortable every step of the way. That's why we adhere to the latest guidelines set by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) for Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) screening, developed by the Medical Board of Australia. This ensures that we maintain the highest standards of care and address any underlying mental health concerns.

  • What happens in a Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) screening?

    Our healthcare professionals will ask general questions about BDD in your medical history form upon arrival at your appointment, followed by formal screening if deemed necessary. This helps us tailor treatment plans and make informed decisions to ensure your well-being.

    Your privacy and confidentiality are of utmost importance to us throughout the entire screening process.

  • Can I get Cosmetic Aesthetic treatments while pregnant?

    No. Your safety is our main concern and for this reason, we do not treat clients who are pregnant. We advise against all Cosmetic Aesthetic treatments while pregnant simply out of precaution and due to the lack of information available on Cosmetic Aesthetic treatment effects on the fetus. 


  • I am booked in for a Cosmetic Aesthetics treatment. Do I need to do anything beforehand?
    Avoid vigorous physical activity or any large intakes of alcohol for 24 hours as this increases the risk of bruising. Aspirin and Vitamin E should not be taken one week before the treatment.
  • What Cosmetic Aesthetic products do you use?

    For legal reasons, we cannot publish the brand names of prescription medicines.

    At your consultation, your Cosmetic Registered Nurse or Doctor can recommend which market-leading brand is suitable for you and your desired goals.