People will go to great lengths in the pursuit of eternal youth. For many women (and yes, even men), non-invasive beauty treatments are now as standard as a wax. According to Dr Silvian Stanciu, the medical director at Lesprit Medical Clinic Dubai, who sees 20 to 30 clients each week for Botox, the injectable is the most popular cosmetic procedure in the world, with 4.6 million procedures reported globally in 2015. But what if there was a DIY alternative? Recently, Fillerina, the world’s first dermo-cosmetic hyaluronic acid filler for at-home use was launched in the UAE offering a less invasive alternative to fillers. We don’t know about you, but between injectable hyaluronic acid, Botox and topical fillers, our heads are spinning. So how do they work? Dr Stanciu sets the facts straight.