All of you ladies know that being attractive is an art form; any artist requires the proper tools to create the perfect picture. Unfortunately, in today’s world, we are inundated with beauty products promising us eternal youth, a wrinkle-free face, and the clearest complexion.

Sadly, most of the standard products out there never live up to their hype and fail to match our expectations regarding the results they should achieve. So the dilemma we poor ladies face when we can’t seem to get the right tool for the right job is, do we settle for what we have to work with and make do? Or do we opt for the solve-all scenario of surgery?

In addition, a whole host of advanced beauty treatments are much less invasive than surgery but a lot more effective than standard creams. Interested? Well, read on and find out more.

Muscle Relaxants

Muscle Relaxant is a new name for an old friend – Botox. For more than ten years, the purified protein that Muscle Relaxant contains has been used under the brand name Botox in clinical practice. Since Botox has been around for so long, Muscle Relaxant can be used safely to achieve your desired outcomes.

How does it work? Simple! Muscle relaxants contain a uniquely prepared natural protein originating from bacteria. The muscles that cause dynamic lines, such as frown lines, are injected with a minute quantity of muscle relaxant, which prevents nerve signals from reaching the muscle temporarily, causing the muscle to relax. As the muscle does not pull and crease the skin, it has changed to rest and heals. As a result, the wrinkles disappear, resulting in a softening of frown lines and the horizontal lines on your forehead and crow’s feet.

The good news is that the treatment only takes about ten minutes, the risks are low, and side effects, if they occur at all, manifest themselves in swelling or red patches and are usually very temporary.


Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive procedure and cosmetic technique that exfoliates the outermost layer of the epidermis and removes all those annoying dead skin cells to leave you looking fresh-faced and feeling fabulous. Microdermabrasion can reduce the appearance of superficial hyperpigmentation and photo-damage and diminish shallow acne scars, wrinkles, and fine lines. The great news is that removing the dead skin means skin care products can penetrate the skin up to 50% more effectively, and make-up can now be applied like silk instead of a slap.

Dermal fillers

Dermal fillers soften facial lines, diminish folds and grooves, and are perfect for lip augmentation. What are they? Dermal fillers are made from various materials. The most common one is hyaluronic acid, a complex sugar found in almost all body parts and is particularly safe and effective as a result.

Fillers derived from hyaluronic acid work for about eight months on average. The filler is given in a series of small injections by a qualified practitioner, and the new fillers contain a local anaesthetic. The area is then gently massaged, and treatments should take no longer than 30 minutes to an hour.

The area may be a little sore and swollen for up to three days post-treatment, and the swelling can last up to one week in some people, but after that, even the sun will have to wear shades when you’re out and about. You will look that radiant.