Injectables & Filler at Beauty & Bronze

Anti Wrinkle Injections & Fillers Now Available at Beauty & Bronze

Anti wrinkle injections and fillers provide instantly renewed and refreshed looking skin and features for clients wanting to take the next step with their skin in beauty treatments. Our injectables are administered by our registered nurse, Marianne to ensure your skin and safety is our number one priority.

At Beauty & Bronze we understand that offering the best beauty treatments is the most important thing to our clients. We love to make our clients feel beautiful inside and out with every treatment on offer. Over the past 11 years, we’ve noticed shift in client needs and most recently our clients have been asking for injectables and fillers to bring their features to life.

Our cosmetic nurse, Marianne, offers a broad range of treatments from anti wrinkle injections to lip enhancing fillers to jaw slimming. If you’re unsure yet want to know more, we highly recommend visiting Marianne for a FREE consultation.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are a powerful method for regaining a youthful complexion, minimising the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by creating volume in the inner layers of skin. Cosmetic fillers can be used to restore fullness to lips and cheeks with a natural-looking result, as well as providing volume in the chin, nose and jaw. We love dermal fillers because they can be used like makeup to highlight certain features, and are also commonly used to treat darkness under the eyes.

The process is carried out using the same substance that naturally provides skin’s fullness in our bodies with a long lasting effect. Marianne is an expert in face contouring to achieve that healthy, youthful and natural aesthetic.

Furthermore, dermal fillers can be used to artfully design the exact look that you want. They can often be used in conjunction with other treatments, in a cohesive treatment plan to wipe as much as 25 years off your appearance.

Anti-Wrinkle Injections

Anti wrinkle injections provide a highly effective method of smoothing and plumping skin, and are one of the most widely performed cosmetic treatments today. They work by blocking signals between our nerves and muscles, preventing muscles from contracting and forming lines on the surface of the skin. The result is fast, effective and impressive control of frown lines and wrinkles. Anti wrinkle injections are not a permanent solution, and further treatments are required periodically to maintain the effect.

When choosing an injectable, it’s vital for you to select a physician experienced in anti wrinkle cosmetic injections to ensure the best possible results. Marianne focuses only on anti wrinkle injections and dermal fillers, which is why we she is considered an expert in non surgical solutions.

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You would probably recognise our anti-wrinkle injection formulation by its popular US trade name. They alleviate wrinkles caused by habitual and uncontrollable contraction of some of the tiny muscles of the face, which wrinkle up the overlying skin. The anti-wrinkle injection substance used is a modified form of a naturally occurring substance which blocks the signals between your facial nerves and these superficial muscles, which ultimately allows the skin to relax.

The principle behind these anti-wrinkle injections is quite different to that behind other wrinkle reduction treatments. Both fraxel laser treatment and dermal fillers work on an ultimately mechanical basis – that of lifting and filling in facial volume in order to fill out wrinkles. Anti-wrinkle injections work on a biological basis; blocking the signal from the brain which tells your wrinkle-causing muscles to contract.

Anti-wrinkle injections are particularly effective in treating a specific type of wrinkle. If you have deep frown lines or nasolabial folds, anti-wrinkle injections may produce best results for you. At Beauty & Bronze, we have access to a wide range of different anti-wrinkle technology, and in consultation with you, will use these anti-wrinkle injections in conjunction with a complete treatment plan for your face and body.

Due to the biological mechanism of action, anti-wrinkle injections are more conducive to side effects. Common side effects include:

  • Temporary bruising from the injection itself
  • Headache
  • Mild flu-like symptoms

Less commonly, the following side effects can also occur:

  • Eyelid droop
  • Eye twitching
  • Facial pain
  • Weakness in surrounding muscles

Any side effects that occur are temporary. The substance used for anti-wrinkle injections has been completely cleared by the Therapeutic Goods Administration in Australia, as well as the FDA in the US.

You’ll need a single treatment every 4 months. There is no cumulative effect with anti-wrinkle injections. Repeated treatments will depend on the individual and our medical team will be able to advise the best time to make your next appointment.

The usual procedure for anti-wrinkle injections is:

  • You’ll speak with the doctor about your background and medical history at your initial consultation
  • Our doctors and nurses will formulate a treatment plan for your wrinkles, which may include other therapies in addition to the injections, if appropriate

At your anti-wrinkle injection appointment:

  • The nurse will map out the area to be treated by examining your ability to move certain facial muscles
  • A large number of small injections is made in an area targeted to the muscles which are causing your wrinkles, each to a specific depth and with a specific volume of fluid

The procedure takes around 10 minutes.

Anti-wrinkle injections are administered using a very fine needle and a very small amount of liquid. Many people say they feel like a mosquito bite. Without local anesthesia, we would rate the pain of anti-wrinkle injections for hyperhidrosis treatment at around 0.5/10.

You can expect the full effect of your anti-wrinkle injections to be apparent after 3-7 days, and for the effect to last approximately 3-4 months.

Anti-wrinkle injections may last anywhere from three to four months. Touch-up sessions will be required at regular increments to maintain results.

The number of anti-wrinkle injections varies, based on the depth of the wrinkles and the size of the treatment area.

Anti-wrinkle cosmetic injectables are injected directly into the facial muscles using a very fine needle. A topical anaesthetic may be applied to the skin prior to the injections for patient comfort. Injections take just a few minutes to complete, depending on the number of areas to be treated.


Dermal fillers are gels with a hyaluronic acid base (like a sugar gel), which can be injected into certain areas of your face to either correct wrinkles, fill in deep scars or non-surgically change the shape of certain parts of your face. Hyaluronic acid is a substance found naturally in the body, and over time the dermal filler breaks down via normal body processes.

Compared to anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers allow greater precision in wrinkle correction, and can more effectively treat medium to deep wrinkles. They do not cause any loss of ability to contract your facial muscles, Compared to other methods of changing the shape of your face (such as your nose, lips or cheeks), dermal fillers offer the advantage of being non-permanent and creating a generally more youthful look. Dermal fillers allow you to experiment with different facial changes in a non-permanent way.

The benefits of using dermal fillers include:

  • Fillers can reliably treat wrinkles at depths that other methods cannot
  • They are biocompatible and rarely cause reactions
  • The fillers can be dissolved by injection if there are any problems
  • They are non-invasive compared to surgical solutions

Ordinary side effects following dermal filler injections include swelling, redness, bruising and mild asymmetry as the inflammation settles down.

A single treatment every 9-12 months is needed.