Do Lower Botox Prices in Thailand Mean Lower Quality?

February 17, 2020 Bill Smith No comments exist

A growing number of Australians and New Zealanders are discovering that Botox prices in Thailand are less expensive than at home. Thailand, which is one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations in the world combines natural beauty, exciting sights with and affordable accommodation and Botox clinics. However, some people are skeptical about the quality in Bangkok and believe that the lower Botox prices in Thailand mean lower quality. This is not true as there are other reasons that the treatment is less expensive, as detailed below.


What is Botox?

Botox is derived from Botulinum Toxin, which is a poison that causes paralysis. Only micro-doses are used for Cosmetic reasons so it is completely safe to inject it into your skin into the muscle beneath lines and active wrinkles. This paralyzes the muscle tissue and removes the lines and wrinkles.


So long as you are visiting a reputed clinic with experienced and professionals, Botox is safe. Thailand is home to numerous such clinics and the doctors there have to pass more stringent checks than those is some western countries.


Prepare, and Take Care Properly

Botox is a non-invasive procedure so you can resume your routine immediately, although it may be more comfortable if you take precautions. After Botox is injected you should avoid strenuous activity for 24 hours, and avoid too much sun and heat for 72 hours. You should also avoid too much alcohol and salt as it may cause excess swelling. Normally, the worst-case scenario is some bruising and soreness for a day or so.


Cost of Botox in Thailand

Lower Botox prices in Thailand are a major draw for people in Australia and New Zealand but the costs of travel and accommodation are not completely covered by the savings. As such, it is best to plan treatment around a holiday, business trip or a visit for other cosmetic or dental treatments.


A single unit of Botox costs AUD 17 and NZD 18 in Bangkok compared to AUD 21 and NZD 22 in Australia and New Zealand respectively. An average treatment requires 20 Botox units so the average savings are as follows:


  • Australia: AUD 420
  • New Zealand: NZD 420
  • Bangkok: AUD 340 / NZD 360


Reliable Clinics in Thailand

Bangkok Botox ensures you get the best care by screening Botox clinics in Bangkok by conducting on-site visits, verifying staff qualifications, and reviewing malpractice records. The following clinics passed all checks and have been highly recommended by past patients:



Getting Started

Why not enjoy the lower Botox prices in Thailand alongside a nice holiday. You will return home feeling better spiritually and looking physically younger. Feel free to contact the customer support team if you have any questions about getting Botox in Thailand or book online at no extra charge.


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