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Cheap Dermal Fillers – But At What Cost?

As dermal filler treatments increase in popularity, so does the number of people looking to get a cheap deal. Read about the dangers of this here.

The continuing rise in the demand for non-surgical cosmetic procedures has led to an increase in the number of people administering these types of treatments at incredibly low prices. Whilst this might sound like good news for the consumer, unfortunately it’s far from it.
Non-surgical cosmetic procedures, are costly for very good reasons. The expense involved in using quality products, providing excellent service and meeting the necessary safety requirements is significant, so in order to meet these costs, professionally trained doctors have to set their prices accordingly.
In order to help educate the public about what exactly they are getting for their money when they invest in a quality non-surgical procedure, we’ve put together a brief guide to what’s goes into bringing you a treatment you can trust.


The companies that manufacture dermal fillers for cosmetic use have invested hundreds of thousands of pounds in developing, researching and providing evidence of their safety and effectiveness. They also continue to invest in further research and development, discovering new ways their products can be used and developing new products. Each brand has its own qualities and characteristics- not all are the same. The cost of this investment is reflected in the price.


Responsible cosmetic doctors will invest heavily in training and ongoing education in order to expertly deliver safe treatments and having received initial training will continue to invest in further education, attending conferences, workshops, training updates and meetings.

Safe Environment

The overheads of providing a safe environment and ensuring compliance with health and safety legislation, safe supply and storage of products, secure storage of medical records to protect confidentiality and policies and procedures to minimise risks.


When you meet with a properly qualified, responsible cosmetic doctor, they will invest time in consultation and assessment to ensure that you receive the correct treatment for your individual needs. They will also take time to answer any questions that you may have in order to provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision about whether to proceed with your treatment.

Quality of Care

Once you have decided to go ahead with your treatment, a cosmetic doctor will ensure a safe dermal fill