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Cosmetic Injectables

Why do I need cosmetic injectables?

As we grow older our skin begins to lose firmness and elasticity and produces less elastin, collagen and hyaluronic acid. Cosmetic Injectables are a non-invasive treatment option to rejuvenate and enhance your best features.

Those who desire a more youthful appearance without wanting to have surgical cosmetic procedures, often turn to injectables. Injectable treatments such as Botox are appealing when a client wants a quick fix without a long recovery time. They’re fast, recovery time is short, and usually, the procedure is safe and effective.

We provide three different injectable categories at LEXINIC.


Botox/Dysport are the most common and popular form of cosmetic procedure in the world. When someone mentions “Botox” people immediately know what it does. Botox/Dysport is injected to reduce the look of facial wrinkles, especially in the uppermost third of the face.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are mainly made up of hyaluronic acid in different forms. They are commonly used to correct or lessen the effects of moderate or severe facial wrinkles and folds. We also use fillers to augment an area like lips, cheeks or jaw reshaping.


Profhilo is the ‘acceptable injectable’. It is the new injectable on the block that targets dullness and all the things we have to look forward to as we age, like lines and wrinkles, skin laxity and skin laxity/ loss of fullness (sigh). And, just like most fillers, hyaluronic acid is also the main player here, being injected into 10 different points of the face (5 on each side).

Our skilled and qualified cosmetic nurse will assess your individual needs and select the right cosmetic injectable treatment for you.

Take the first step – Book a Free Consultation here.

Cosmetic treatments are a prescription medicine. For treatment risks and benefits please contact us, or visit for further information. Individual results may vary.


Important Information:

Dysport® (Clostridium botulinum type A toxin-haemagglutinin complex, 300 or 500 IPSEN units) is a Prescription Medicine for the treatment of vertical frown lines between the eyebrows. DYSPORT® has risks and benefits. For more information, talk to your healthcare professional or read the Consumer Medicine Information available at Ask your Doctor if DYSPORT® is right for you. Do not use in patients with allergy to active ingredients, in patients diagnosed with myasthenic gravis. Do not use if there is a sign of infection at the injection site. If you experience side effects and they concern you, see your healthcare professional. You will need to pay for DYSPORT® and for the administration and consultation charges. Galderma c/o Healthcare Logistics, Auckland 0800 174 104.

Botox® is a prescription medicine for the treatment of frown lines, horizontal forehead lines, and crow’s feet around the eyes. Botox® has risks and benefits. Ask your doctor if Botox is right for you. If you have side effects see your doctor. You will need to pay for Botox® and clinic fees will apply. For details on precautions & side effects consult your healthcare professional or the Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) at Botox® treatment lasts about 4 months and further courses of treatment may be necessary. Should only be administered by trained medical professionals. (contains botulinum toxin A 50,100 & 200 units) Allergan (NZ) Limited, Auckland.

PROFHILO® containing low & high molecular weight hyaluronic acid, is a Class III medical device for the treatment of the face and body for contours redefinition and laxity remodelling where skin laxity is a problem. Profhilo® has risks and benefits. Do not use with treatments such a laser resurfacing or medium deep skin-peeling. Caution in people on blood thinning medicines. Do not inject into inflamed areas or intravenously or intramuscularly. Possible side effects: pain and swelling at injection site. Accelagen Pty.  Ltd. Whanganui. 

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