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BOTOX® Cosmetic treatments are generally quite affordable, which is one of the main reasons for the procedure’s international popularity. Depending on the nature of the treatment, a BOTOX® session will usually cost between $300 and $400 per syringe (US dollars). To maintain results, BOTOX® patients will have to pay somewhere in that general range every 4-6 months. However, there are ways to save considerable sums of money off your BOTOX® price tag.
The best way to save is to look for special discounts and incentives offered by your local, trusted BOTOX® providers. Most cosmetic clinics run regular BOTOX® promotions throughout the year, and quite a few medical spas will even host special “BOTOX® parties” or “wrinkle free events” to encourage customers to take advantage of great deals.
Allergan Inc., the maker of BOTOX®, has stated that it sees no impending increase in the general cost of BOTOX®, as the product is relatively easy to make and is in sufficient supply.
Compared to other anti-wrinkle injectable treatments, only collagen will typically cost less than BOTOX®. Radiance will run nearly twice as much on average, and Perlane, Juvederm, and Restylane will typically be closer to $600 per syringe. Check out the cost comparison chart below for more details. And remember, Botox Forum can schedule free consultations with local Botox, Dysport and dermal filler providers, so that you can get a better sense of what clinical and regional details might affect the price of BOTOX near you. Contact us today!
Cost Comparison: BOTOX® vs. Other Facial Cosmetic Treatments.
|Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm||$562|
|Fraxel® Skin Resurfacing||$1,337|
|IPL Laser Treatment||$477|
*2009 ASAPS National Average Cost per Treatment