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Botox is often referred to as being the fountain of youth and this description certainly has a firm foundation. Since it’s full medical approval in 2002 Botox treatment has given millions of men and women a younger facial look so admired and envied by many. If you’re holidaying in Indonesia on it’s famed island Bali, botox prices are lower than at home so you may want to give yourself a treat before you head home.

Why consider Botox treatment?

As we age our body shows the signs of an active life. This is particularly the case in terms of the face which many quite rightly see as their window to the world.

Unwanted crow’s feet, furrows caused by frowning or facial expressions and permanent forehead lines are natural signs of the aging process, but that does not mean you need accept them.

Safe, proven and successful Botox treatment will remove these unwanted facial features, and leave you looking as well as feeling years younger. This treatment will not only do wonders for your appearance, it will give added confidence and often affords a far more positive outlook on life.


What is Botox?

It is a form of Botulinum Toxin Type A and is most commonly applied to the lower central forehead, the upper forehead and around the eyes. Botox is highly effective at minimizing muscle activity and significantly reducing wrinkles.

Two of the many oft-mentioned treatment benefits are that this procedure leaves the client looking happier and more rested.

Surely the costs are prohibitive?

While this may well be the case in many countries, a growing number of men and women are joining the ranks of ‘those in the know’ and opting to combine a holiday in Bali with a course of Botox treatment.

Cosmetic dermatology and plastic surgery in Bali Botox prices offered by the prestigious BIMC Hospital on this idyllic holiday island mean a ‘win-win’ situation for any person in need of a relaxing holiday and a rejuvenating facial treatment that will leave them looking and feeling years younger.

BIMC Hospital

Opened in July 1998 growth has kept one step ahead of the local and growing international clientele’s needs. Their status as a fully accredited hospital was achieved in 2007 and BIMC are the first hospital in Indonesia with accreditation from the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards International (ACHSI).

The dedication shown to health, cosmetic, and other specialist procedures is apparent in their founder’s commitment to provide a full, professional and approved suite of services at client costs that are kept to a minimum.

Just one clear indication of this is the cheap Botox Bali procedures administered by their highly qualified and fully experienced staff. This dedicated and committed medical team includes doctors from Australia, New Zealand, UK, Japan and the USA.

Client Priorities:

BIMC pride themselves on client safety, comfort and quality. Internationally-recognised hygiene and safety protocols are adhered to and these exemplary standards are another key reason their facilities continue to go from strength to strength.

Botox treatments offered:

There are a variety of treatments offered which include forehead, frown line and filler procedures and whichever treatment is chosen, one thing is for sure; the price Botox Bali treatment comes in at is certain to impress:

In Australia, Botox prices are around AUD $15 a unit, compared to Bali where prices come in at approximately $9 a unit. The amount of units required depends on what area you are having treated, and how extensive your wrinkles are. For example, the forehead may take anything between 10 and 40 units, and crows feet 16 units (8 each eye).

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Patthanan Mariah Sangkularb

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