Botox or Fillers: Which One Should You Consider?

Amy Lawrenson
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Imaxtree

Botox and fillers. They may not be something you’re openly talking about or that you’re actively booking in for, but thanks to the power of the internet, we know they intrigue you. It’s something you search for and click on features about, and it’s the Botox subject lines on our newsletters that catch your interest. A few of you have been searching “Botox or fillers?” on Byrdie, so we wanted to reveal the differences between the two treatments and why you would book in for each. Essentially this is everything you ever needed to know about Botox and fillers.

I’m well placed to discuss this subject, having had both Botox (more than a couple of times) and fillers once, but we put all your questions (and ours) to one of London’s most well-renowned cosmetic doctors, Jean-Louis Sebagh, who hails from France but has a clinic on Wimpole Street in London. What this man doesn’t know about injectables, quite frankly, isn’t worth knowing! Keep scrolling to find out everything you ever wanted to know about Botox and fillers, plus the handful of products we’ve found that subtly mimic the effects of these treatments without the needles… 

Shop the Products That Mimic Botox and Fillers

Consultation is free at the Dr Sebagh clinic, 25 Wimpole Street, London. Botox is from £500 and fillers are from £500.

Next up, read what happened when we tried Baby Botox.

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