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How much do you end up spending on Botox and fillers per year

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Jodiewa Tue 15-Sep-20 21:12:30

I am 45 and beginning to look like hell. I know the price of Botox per thing but don’t know how much it ends up costing per year. How much do you end up sending year in year out? I am a Londoner. Thanks.

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toconclude Tue 15-Sep-20 22:49:19

£0 and I'm 59. Utter waste of time and money. Concentrate on who you are not what you look like.

vipersputpaidtomylastusername Tue 15-Sep-20 22:51:11

£180 three times a year

Smallsteps88 Tue 15-Sep-20 22:51:17

£0

AuntieJoyce Tue 15-Sep-20 22:53:11

£250 4 times a year

59 likely too old to start botox - the damage is done

FaffingForEngland Tue 15-Sep-20 22:53:20

£0

NoCureForLove Tue 15-Sep-20 22:56:26

£0.00 Zero. Nil. Nada.
I like to look my age.
And to be able to move my face.

Prettybluepigeons Tue 15-Sep-20 22:58:05

Not a single penny.

Prisonbreak Tue 15-Sep-20 22:58:26

I’m 33 and had none but my friends fill their face with Botox, fillers etc and I think they top it up fairly frequently so I’d imagine they are spending quite a bit

VickySunshine Tue 15-Sep-20 22:58:45

Nothing, and I still look pretty good in just what my mother gave me.

Doyoumind Tue 15-Sep-20 22:59:05

Similar age. Zero.

DramaAlpaca Tue 15-Sep-20 22:59:06

Zero. I'm have no desire to fill my face with unnatural stuff that shouldn't be there.

wizzler Tue 15-Sep-20 23:01:35

Zero

ItsAHardKn0ckLife1 Tue 15-Sep-20 23:02:29

32 and spend £200 2/3 times a year on Botox. I love it.

GinWithRosie Tue 15-Sep-20 23:02:32

56...zero 👍

Thelnebriati Tue 15-Sep-20 23:02:45

You don't look like hell, you look like a perfectly normal 45 year old woman.

We're about to crash out of the EU and no one knows what the next few years will hold but it not looking good for the NHS or for women's rights; put the money in the bank.

MissEliza Tue 15-Sep-20 23:03:45

I know nothing about fillers but I've done Botox for the last two years and I wish I'd done it sooner. It costs me £300 for three areas and I need it doing about every 5-6 month. There's a lot of negative comments on her about it but it's one of the best decisions I made. I have to say though, I got lucky as I found a clinic which used a GP about my age who understood what I was looking for.

doadeer Tue 15-Sep-20 23:04:37

ItsAHardKn0ckLife1

32 and spend £200 2/3 times a year on Botox. I love it.


Is this preventive or for actual wrinkles?

Glitteryone Tue 15-Sep-20 23:06:06

👏👏👏👏 here’s a big round off applause for everyone who has replied to let the OP know that you’ve never had Botox.

What’s the point of you even commenting here?

OP I’ve never had it before but I will soon for sure. My friends who get it seem to go 2/3 times per year and pay between £110-180 each time (depending on the clinic).

My dentist offers it, I will most likely get it there when I do.

Cam2020 Tue 15-Sep-20 23:08:10

£0 - neck and hands will always give you away

howsicklyarsekissy Tue 15-Sep-20 23:09:35

I am 45 & have Botox twice a year or every 8 months depending on if needed. I have 3 areas for £200 & have had it done since I was 36 & it's brilliant I love it & it gives me confidence. No fillers as yet.

yawnsvillex Tue 15-Sep-20 23:09:52

£300 twice a year

blisstwins Tue 15-Sep-20 23:11:10

Not in UK. I spent bills out $1800 a year on filler and Botox. I am 51 and started when I divorced. I love it.

blisstwins Tue 15-Sep-20 23:11:45

And I go to a facial plastic surgeon and get pretty minimal product.

FaffingForEngland Tue 15-Sep-20 23:13:38

Glitteryone

👏👏👏👏 here’s a big round off applause for everyone who has replied to let the OP know that you’ve never had Botox.

What’s the point of you even commenting here?

OP I’ve never had it before but I will soon for sure. My friends who get it seem to go 2/3 times per year and pay between £110-180 each time (depending on the clinic).

My dentist offers it, I will most likely get it there when I do.

Because she asked how much people spent. £0 is an answer.

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