Norwegian Cruise Lines
(NCL) said it will become the world's first cruise line to offer onboard Botox treatments to passengers at its Mandara-operated spas.
The treatments are currently available on some of the ships, such as Norwegian Dawn
and Norwegian Gem, but the firm has plans to launch the service across its entire fleet later this year.
Dr Brad Herman, who is a Miami-based plastic surgeon and his team of doctors will oversee the provision of the Botox treatments, according to CruiseTalk.org.
Colin Veitch, president and chief executive of NCL, said: "Our spas are the best at sea and we are continually looking for ways to enhance the guest experience on board our ships."
He added that by being the first to offer these treatments, the company is "furthering the tradition of NCL-led innovation" in the cruise industry.
Botox is a cosmetic procedure that involves injecting proteins from botulism toxins into the skin, which then paralyse the muscles and minimise wrinkles on the face.