Aesthetics Spending

Special Credit Cards, Rotating Appointments, and More Ways San Diegans Budget for Injectables

San Diego Women Medical Aesthetics Illustration

If you regularly invest in medical aesthetics treatments, then you know carefully scheduling your appointments is essential — not only for the results, but also for your bank account. We’ve asked women in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Nashville about how much — and how often — they’re spending on injectables, and this time, we’re heading back to California. Just as there’s no offseason for San Diego’s beaches, injectables patients are budgeting year-round for treatments. From rotating appointments to credit cards strictly for aesthetics expenses, five San Diego-based women talked with SpotlyteTM about their spending habits and how they’re affording it all.

Editor's Note

Injectable wrinkle reducers are used to temporarily smooth the look of moderate to severe wrinkles in certain areas of the face such as the forehead, frown lines, and crow’s feet. They should not be used more frequently than every three months. Like any medical treatment, they have potential risks and side effects. Be sure to talk to a licensed provider to see if they’re right for you.