Botox and fillers for those under the age of 18 may soon be banned according to the Minister for Health.
Simon Harris claims the possible new restriction in theory would work similarly to the sunbed ban for minors.
According to Harris, certain companies and professionals are taking advantage of young people's desire for the perfect image, courtesy of social media sites like Instagram.
Doctors have also raised concerns about the increase in patients being admitted to hospitals following botched cosmetic procedures.
The Minister has requested that his officials assess the need to further regulate botox and fillers, such as a possible ban for minors.
Concerns regarding filling material have also arisen, as it isn't categorised as a drug but as a medical device. This means that it can be bought online and used by someone without medical training.
Minister Harris expressed his concern over the consequences of this area going "unregulated or unsupervised".
A recent study by Therapie Clinic has shown that 68 percent of Irish people said that they already have or would consider getting a cosmetic procedure done.
In 2017, a teen health report showed that a shocking 72 percent of Irish young adults were experiencing body image issues.