You can now get Botox with a cocktail at a new bar… but would YOU do it?

The Christopher Hanna salon, in Sydney, Australia, has come under fire for doubling up as a bar to serve its clients champagne and oysters.

The first of its kind, the salon recently added a bar selling food and drink to its clients.

On the menu at the medi-spa are laser treatments, anti-wrinkle injections, dermal and lip fillers, and nonsurgical neck or face lifts, among other cosmetic procedures.

Prices start at £212 ($389 AUD) for filler packages and £152 ($279 AUD) for injections.

But customers can also indulge in some oysters, caviar, a cheese and charcuterie board, chicken liver parfait and cocktails – as well as a robust choice of wines.

These don’t come cheap, with an espresso martini with caviar costing between £79 and £136 ($100 – $250 AUD).

And £54 ($100 AUD) bottles of champagne are on offer alongside £2,726 ($5,000 AUD) bottles of whisky.

But the lavish set up has been criticised by those in the industry, who claim they’re trivialising cosmetic surgery.

Gazi Hussain, Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons vice-president, told The Daily Telegraph: “I would say that this is unorthodox, there is often a degree of trivialisation of these types of treatments.”

Despite the fears, co-founder Guy Binder claims his salon follows all industry regulations.

His fellow co-founder Sam Badawi told the paper: "This is a place where people are pampered to the max … and everything just flows, from the food to the treatments to the cocktails.

“Whether you’ve booked in for hair styling or having injectables or laser, we’ve designed it so your husband or your friends can be waiting for you in the bar or lounge — or you can have a drink and fine food while you’re having your hair done.”

The luxurious salon also offers hairdressing services and blowdries.

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