• A Blog About Botox Treatments in Dublin

About the Botox Dublin Blog 

Botox Dublin is an informational blog that looks at the use of neurotoxin injections for the treatment of wrinkles. We have gathered up expert advice, local opinions and more. There are hundreds of clinics around Ireland that offer Botulinum toxin injections, with at least 60 of those in Dublin city or its environs. Here’s everything you need to know before you go. 
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 What is Botox?

Botox is a prescription medicine, which has lots of excellent medical uses. It’s also used to treat wrinkles! However…

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How long does it last?

According to experts, treatments can last from 3 – 6 months, but did you know it can take up to 7 days to start working? And…

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Does Botox hurt?

A fine needle is used to inject the neurotoxin, and it hurts about as much as you’d expect a small injection to the…

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On every corner…

Today in Dublin, there seems to be a Botox clinic on every corner.

You can even find dentists who can top you up while you’re in the chair! But what are the facts, and what are the risks? The Botox Dublin bloggers talked to professionals in the business, and researched what governments in Ireland and the UK are advising consumers about botox-type treatments.
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Dr. Kate Horgan

Dr. Horgan is an award winning cosmetic dentist, with clinics in Cork and Limerick. We asked for her take in the latest techniques for beautiful lips.

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Dr. Ahmed Salman

Dublin-based Dr. Salman is one Ireland’s top cosmetic plastic surgeons. We asked him the hard questions, like how often is too often, and how much is too much?

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Unlike filler, which literally ‘fills’ the grooves caused by wrinkles, botulinum toxin paralyses tiny muscles under the skin. When they don’t move, your skin doesn’t wrinkle. Too much though, and you’ll look frozen!


Did you know that botulinum toxin has another side effect? It prevents sweating from the area where it is injected. People who suffer from excessive sweating can often be referred for botox injections. It can be used almost everywhere, including hands and feet.


Botox has also been used (by qualified professionals) to a wide range of things since it was first approved for use around 30 years ago. It has been used to treat migraine, tics like rapid blinking, back ache, depression and lots more. Here’s an article from Time with 11 different uses for Botox.



Botox prices have become very competitive since it first became popular. The price you pay can often depend more on the location of the clinic than the true cost of treatment.


When it comes to medical aesthetic treatment, value is more important than ‘cheap’. Would you rather have a fully qualified plastic surgeon, a medically qualified doctor or dentist, or a supervised beautician treating you?


According to clinic comparison site WhatClinic.com, there are almost 200 clinics in Ireland offering botox, with more opening every month!

How many clinics?

According to WhatClinic.com there are at least 69 clinics in County Dublin, that offer treatment for wrinkles, which means it’s very easy to shop around. You should always factor experience and safety into your search though, and chose a practitioner you trust, while getting the best price!


The price you pay will not only depend on the clinic, it will also fluctuate depending on how much of the actual product is used. Some patients may only have one area treated, while others may have more (for example, forehead and eye areas)


Bear in mind that if you become a regular patient, and you attend a clinic, 2 – 4 times a year, your spend will not be insignificant. Remember, a really good moisturiser with a daily SPF will probably do more long term to keep sun damage and wrinkles at bay, and costs a LOT less 🙂

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