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Lasting Injectable Skin Hydration


img_0461Winter has been slow to set in this year in Sydney!

Apart from some cool mornings, days are still warm and muggy, lulling us into a false sense of security that we are still in the lazy grip of summer.

No doubt winter will be here soon enough, and with it, for many of us, dry itchy, tight skin – on our bodies as well as our faces. Warm clothes and layers don’t help with dry skin on bodies, but on faces, we are limited in terms of what we can realistically add without that telltale shiny glow of grease.

So what’s a girl to do?

First things first:

1. Plenty of water

2. Enough sleep

3. Quit poor habits like smoking, sugary foods and drinks

4. Get loads of fresh fruits and veggies

5. Pray for good genetics

6. Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen!

7. Exercise! Keeping in mind the old saying “Around 40, choose a slim figure or a youthful face”.


But..you may be doing all this and yet the effects of ageing are catching up- loss of facial fat pads; slower metabolism; chronic illness; slower cell turnover resulting in drier, duller, rougher skin with even flaking.

I recently heard about a product called Skinboosters and I’m keen to share this information with you.

  1. What DON’T they do?

Frown lines, 30s

Unlike antiwrinkle injections, which work by relaxing muscles and reducing wrinkles from forming and deepening.

29yo with 0.5/0.5ml thick filler

Unlike dermal fillers which work by lying deep to the skin and plumping and volumising skin directly, skinboosters are different.

-they don’t weaken or freeze muscles.

– they don’t plump skin or smooth deep wrinkles

-they are related to dermal fillers BUT unlike dermal fillers which can significantly lift skin and replace lost volume to cheeks, lips, temples and other areas of the face, skinboosters do none of this.

2. So how DO they work?

-skinboosters are placed just superficially under the skin- around 2mm deep.

– they can be applied to the entire face- usually 2mls should suffice and entire face

– I use a numbing cream 30-45 minutes prior to treatment to numb the skin for multiple treatment points on the face for comfort.

– some bruising is common and may be expected so don’t have this done the day before a big event!

-the skinboosters release small amounts of hyaluronic acid under the skin over time, attracting water and nourishing the skin.

3. The Result?


-smoother skin

-reduction in fine lines over time


-reduction of acne scars over time


-improvement of sun/photo damage

(Patients not my own, individual results may vary etc)

4. How long can I expect this to last?


-upto six months.

-if it works well for you, and possibly means less potions and lotions for those with a busy life, a twice yearly application over a half hour could well be worth budgeting for!

But…don’t take my word for it! Consider taking advantage of my winter special and see for yourself if the claims are true and the cost money well spent.


I’ll be in Castle Hill at MG’s this Saturday 12-4pm so book online or text me to secure an appointment.

For my patients closer to Liverpool, I offer appointments by appointment at Fernwood Liverpool on some Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Questions? Email me here.

See you at a clinic soon!

Dr Imaan

  • Dr Imaan Joshi has been working as a doctor since graduation from the University of Sydney in 2001. She spent years between 2004-2011 as a surgical trainee before switching to a different speciality program for work-life balance. She is passionate about her work in Medicine and especially about procedural Medicine, and loves her work as a Cosmetic Physician. When she isn't working, she is busy focusing on an active life with her family, which includes 4 active children! Dr S Imaan Joshi BSc, MBBS, FRACGP


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