According to The Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia (CPSA), $645 million was spent in Australia on non-surgical treatments in the year up to April 2012.  Moreover, cosmetic plastic procedures increased by nearly 9% during 2010 – whereas non-invasive accounted for 83% of the total number of procedures.

What is a non-invasive procedure?

Non-invasive procedures are used to treat problematic areas of the face and body including sagging skin, cellulite, localised deposits of fat, skin wrinkles, irregularities and blemishes, etc. 

You may be a suitable candidate for a non-invasive procedure or laser procedure if you are unhappy with how the ageing process is affecting your appearance. We, at Clarify Clinic will explain, the different types of non surgical cosmetic procedures available, the risks, side effects, complications and limitations.

Reasons for the Popularity of Non-Invasive Cosmetic Therapies.

  • The procedures are relatively painless and local anaesthesia may be used to ease the process
  • The treatments may be performed quickly, often as a lunch hour procedure
  • Downtime is minimal and complete bed rest is not required post-treatment. Usually, patients can resume normal activities within two days
  • Side effects are limited to minor swelling, some redness and bruising, all of which resolve in 48 hours
  • The therapies are cost-efficient treatments are spread out over time to optimise results
  • Results are instantaneous and almost immediately visible
  • For the knife-shy, only minor incisions are done, if they are required at all