An on-demand botox app is coming so you can get cosmetic treatments on your sofa

Your body, your rules – that’s our standpoint when it comes to aesthetic procedures.

Some are partial to a lil nip, fill and lift, and that’s fine by us – as long as you’ve done the research, understand the risks and taken the necessary steps to spark confidence from within, we fully support you. At the same time, those swearing off injectables in favour of ageing naturally also get our vote. But there’s another category who deserves a mention.

Teetering on the edge of aesthetic curiosity, this breed of people may have tried a tweakment once or twice, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at them. They certainly aren’t hooked, but they’ve clocked a rise in complements post-procedure, and wouldn’t say ‘never again’ to a needle. And – yep, you’ve guessed it – we support them too.

So, how does one end up in this grey area? One word. Botox.

Previously kept under wraps, this is the injectable treatment that allowed your aunt to age better than Adeline and your friend to peak at thirty. With a few carefully positioned injections. Wrinkles are wiped away as Botox gets to work relaxing the muscles that cause them. And the procedure is becoming increasingly common – cue ‘botox parties’ with groups gathering together for a touch-up treatment while clutching a cocktail. In fact, the only thing that would make botox more accessible would be an on-demand service.

Rushing to our wrinkly rescue, Regi is the service that lets you book in your botox (plus other aesthetic, spa and beauty treatments) at a moment’s notice by putting you in touch with the very best in your vicinity. Now Regi might be new, but Allergan – the pharmaceutical company backing this new venture – certainly isn’t. In fact, Allergan is already leading the charts in cosmetic procedures, with it’s products Juvederm filler and Botox proving to be the preferred choice for many top aestheticians and their clients. Sounds like a pretty good choice, if that’s your thing.

The Regi is currently reserved for the US but we’re keeping our fingers crossed and our brows furrowed that Regi will be London-bound soon… even if just for the mani-pedis and facials.


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