Cosmetic Medicine

Modern day cosmetic treatments rival extreme surgical procedures

  • Written by MISS.com.au

Vampire facials, needle nose jobs and one-prick migraine reduction are just some of the cosmetic procedures popular among Australian women today thanks to non-invasive walk-in-walk-out medical technology.

Gone are the days of going under the knife with risky surgical operations to achieve age-defying beauty, with constant advancements at the fore of the cosmetic realm, nurse Emma Taylor has answered the need for injectable innovation in a skyrocketing $2.6 billion industry.

Treating South East Queensland patients for over 10 years, Ms Taylor, owner of Injex Clinics, has seen cosmetic demand seemingly rival that of traditional surgical procedures with ‘chin and nose jobs’ just some of the treatments available thanks to improved tech and rigorous team training.

With an impressive record of servicing over 20,000 clients since inception, Injex Clinics is one of the South East’s most renowned non-franchised clinics which is owned and run by professionally accredited nurses.

Having come a long way since offering only anti-wrinkle treatments and lip fillers, Injex Clinics now welcomes clients from as far away as New Zealand, and is one of the preferred clinics for male treatments, servicing up to 10 men each day.

With a cult clientele following their every move, it’s no surprise that 35-year-old, Katymae Element, entrusted Injex Clinics to fix a botched lip job.

I was unhappy with my lip filler and was quite self-conscious which is never nice, but after my first visit to Injex Clinics they not only fixed the area but also gave me the lips of my dreams,” Ms Element said.

There can be a stigma associated with these procedures but I’m not ashamed to admit that when my anti-wrinkle treatment kicks in, I feel beautiful. It’s instant gratification,” she said.

While working artistically is rewarding, being a part of meaningful transformations is what it’s all about for me,” Ms Taylor said.

An award-winning cosmetic hub led by sister duo Emma and Kate Taylor, Injex Clinics will open its third location in Springfield this August following unprecedented demand in the emergent suburban pocket.

Ms Taylor said she’s been treating clients from Springfield and as far out as Toowoomba for over a decade.

I started Injex Clinis to offer genuine and honest nurse-patient care and I’m thrilled to be able to provide the same reliable service our Springfield clients have always received much closer to home,” Ms Taylor said.

Injex Clinics will open on Monday, 15 August at Shop 28, Springfield Lakes Metro, beside the Springlake Hotel.

An official launch party will take place this September where guests can watch most available treatments in real-time, ask questions, tour the space, enjoy a glass of champagne and go home with a goodie bag.