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Some non-surgical cosmetic enhancement services are able to reduce the signs of ageing by softening skin texture and fine lines, or by helping to restore hydration and volume loss. Similar services can also be effective in lifting areas for aesthetic purposes.


At The Cosmetic Hub, we offer complimentary consultations with our registered nurses and telehealth doctors so that we can determine your eligibility for particular services, discuss your desired outcome and create the most beneficial treatment plan for you.


How do I know if I am suitable for non-surgical cosmetic enhancements?

All cosmetic enhancement appointments include a thorough consultation with a telehealth doctor and registered nurse to determine whether a treatment is right for you, however you can also book separate obligation-free consultations if you would just like to find out more information. There are some clinical treatments that require the patient to be over 18 years of age, not pregnant or breastfeeding, and generally in good health. If you have any questions regarding your suitability for certain services, please contact the clinic.

Can I have any other cosmetic treatments on the day of my appointment?

You will need to leave a 2-4 week gap between your cosmetic enhancement procedure and any other treatment to the same area. For more information, please contact the clinic.

Is there any downtime?

Our practitioners will guide you as to how to best look after yourself following any service at The Cosmetic Hub.

How long will the results last?

Results and the duration of efficacy will depend on your personal circumstances and the service that you have received. For more information, please contact the clinic.

PLEASE NOTE: Our service menu has not changed - however due to the recent advertising constraints put in place by the TGA we are unable to discuss pricing and specifics of services without an individual and private consultation. Please contact the clinic for details or book online using the button below.


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