Last fact-checked: 3 September 2020
Looking for wrinkle treatments in Bali? Return home from your holiday looking better than ever and find affordable treatment at a reputable clinic that can turn back the cruel hands of time, with help from Medical Departures.
A growing number of wrinkle treatments are now widely available across the world; some prevent wrinkles occurring and some target them once they’re there. Not all wrinkles are created equally and, of course, as we are talking about the human body, not all bodies are either.
External factors, including sun damage, smoking or pollution all take their toll on skin, as well as internal factors, including genetics and stress. The treatments that are most effective will, therefore, depend on your own specific circumstances, as well as your desires and expectations.
Bali is a favorite holiday destination, and medical tourism has also become popular here. This exotic, well-traveled Indonesian island is renowned for its health and wellness facilities as well; thus, face and body treatments to relax, pamper and improve are one of its draws.
Here are some of the most common wrinkle treatments that you can book through our site:
Surgical Wrinkle Treatments: Surgery used to be the only option for wrinkles, but now is just one of a myriad of invasive and non-invasive treatments that can combat the march of time. The facelift is still the ‘big ticket’ procedure, but options that target specific problem areas are now becoming more popular. Why go for a whole facelift if it’s just forehead wrinkles that are a problem? Forehead lifts, blepharoplasty and neck lifts can all tackle specific areas.
Non-Surgical Wrinkle Treatments: Less invasive procedures are becoming more popular, such as Botox® and dermal filler procedures–that can be administered in minutes with virtually no downtime afterward.
Other procedures include skin resurfacing treatments, including microdermabrasion, chemical peels and laser treatments.
If you are spending leisure time on the island, you may want to give yourself a treat–and where better to do it than on holiday? The subtle changes you can get from some treatments will leave people remarking how well you look, and how your holiday must have really done you well. Only you will know there’s another reason for looking years younger!
When you book with Medical Departures’ you are safe in the knowledge that we have already done background checks on the clinics you find on our site. We carry out onsite visits, collect real patient testimonials, legal/criminal checks and verify doctor qualifications and professional memberships.
Check out our site and search easily for reliable providers whose credentials you can trust. Below, you'll find some of the leading clinics we've partnered with that offer a range of different cosmetic treatments for the face:
The cost of wrinkle treatments obviously varies enormously, but some examples are:
A facelift in Bali costs around AUD $5,000 (NZD $5,300; GBP £3,600; US $3,800; CAD $5,000) compared to AUD $26,000 (NZD $27,000; GBP £16,000; US $19,000; CAD $26,000).
A mild chemical peel in Bali costs around AUD $36 (NZD $39; GBP £22; US $28; CAD $36) compared to AUD $270 (NZD $288; GBP £166; US $207; CAD $270).
Browse through our full list of quality-checked clinics in Bali (note: most but not all of these offer anti-aging treatments for the face).
Book your free appointment directly online or get in touch with our dedicated Customer Care Team to find out more about wrinkle treatments in Bali. Don't forget to ask about our Best Price Guarantee and some of the other money-saving treatments available on the island.
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