How safe are beauty treatments like Botox and dermal fillers? This is perhaps a question which has been debated a number of times and that's what has caused a stir in the society many a times. On one side, sales reports have indicated that fashion retailers are facing weak sales; there are reports that there is no dearth in number of bookings for beauty treatments in salons. Among all the popular treatments, Botox and dermal fillers were found to be the most in demand.
As the spring racing carnival is being liked by large number of women, not even a single woman would leave the opportunity to look the best. The most surprising factor is that one would have to cut short expenditure on clothing's to avail the expensive beauty treatments.
It was even being confirmed by Plastic surgeon Dr. Chris Moss, from the Liberty Belle Skin Centre in Toorak, that there was a visible increase in number of people going for Botox instead of queuing for catching on the latest on fashion stores.
Despite a dip of 6.6% from the last year figures in retail spending, it was seen that sales of the beauty salons backed by services like manicures, pedicures and spray tans.
Even one of the clients of Dr. Moss had spent so much to get Botox, IPL (Intense Pulsed Light treatment) dermal fillers and laser treatments to enhance her looks.
''Every year I look at the diary about six weeks out and book in all my treatments. The races are a big deal for me so I want to make sure I'm looking and feeling really great", said the 49-year-old Nicole, who feels that having a clean shining skin would always make her have an edge over others.
While if beauty salons are making profits, fitness trainers have managed to shell out a lot from the pockets of avid race goers.
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