Chin fullness or a double chin is common in both men and women. This is can be caused by
- Ageing – naturally developing fullness as you age.
- Genetics – simply it could be hereditary.
- Weight gain – can appear due to weight gain.
Sometimes, no matter how much you diet and exercise the double chin or fullness of the chin may not disappear. This may make you feel older and heavier than you are. 59% of Australian women are concerned about their chin profile. That’s more than those concerned about forehead frown lines (52%).
Introducing Belkyra, the first clinically proven injectable treatment to reduce the appearance of a double chin – also known as submental fullness. More than 75% of Belkyra patients reported satisfaction with the appearance of their face and chin.
Patients also reported a high level of improvement in self-perceptions after a Belkyra treatment.
Based on their chin profile, patients reported feeling:-
- Happier and younger
- Less embarrassed
- Less bothered
- Less self conscious
How does it work?
Belkyra is an injectable treatment tailored to suit each patient’s individual anatomy.
Treatments are spaced no less than 1 month apart.
Up to 6 treatments may be given.
Re-treatment is not generally expected as results are maintained for at least 4 years.
This treatment is suitable for both men and women.
To find out more or to arrange a consultation call 1 300 557 066 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
As a woman in her 50’s, and a grandmother, people find it hard to believe my age. I’m a social butterfly, and every now and then, you can find me out and about socialising until the wee hours of the morning. Aging is not something I do well. For me personally, mindset has a lot to do with it. Changing your mindset is lot easier said than done. How do you change your mindset so you have a healthier approach to aging? Every time I looked in the mirror, I could see the ravages of time on my face. This didn’t help my mindset. Cosmetic enhancements became the catalyst I needed. When I saw myself more youthful, it naturally gave me a boost, which started to shift my somber mood on aging. That radiated through my interactions with people, my perspective of the world and gave me the motivation to embark on a healthy diet and exercise regime.
Take a look at my before (left) photo below. That photo was taken in 2009. I wasn’t having a great time in my life and it was showing up all over my face. I was aging rapidly. Stress, working long hours, poor diet and health was weighing heavily on all aspects of my life. I was hardly feeling good about myself.
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