Botulinum Toxin is used aesthetically to combat wrinkles.

Botulinum Toxin is a neurotoxin protein sourced from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It’s qualities help to relax muscles and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Over time with extensive research and testing the injectable has proven to be able to also treat certain medical conditions.

Botulinum Toxin works by injecting controlled amounts of the product into the areas where you have active muscle movement. In line with our ageing process we gradually form wrinkles overtime. We develop these wrinkles as a result of repetitive active movement of certain muscle groups. The treatment works by relaxing the muscles which helps to prevent them from contracting and in turn slows down the formation of wrinkles and lines.

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Anti-wrinkle treatment
one area
£120.00

Anti-wrinkle treatment is a popular non-surgical procedure which aims to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles which have gradually appeared over time


anti-wrinkle treatment
two areas
£160.00

Muscle relaxing injections use the botulinum toxin to block nerve impulses which cause muscle contraction. This temporary treatment is very popular as relaxants block the nerve impulses that cause muscle contraction providing the appearance of smoother skin.

anti-wrinkle treatment
three areas £220.00

Licensed brands of botulinum toxin A include,’ Botox®, Azzalure®, Bocouture®, Xeomin®, and Dysport®. All botulinum toxins are prescription only medicines (POM) and can only be prescribed by doctors, dentists, prescribing nurses and pharmacists with a prescribing qualification, following a face to face assessment and consultation with the qualified prescriber.

Lip fillers 0.5 mls
£120

Dermal fillers have grown in popularity over the last few years due to their ability as both volume enhancers and wrinkle fillers. They’re usually used on the lips, cheeks and under the eyes, often with amazing, age-defying results.


lip fillers 1.0 mls
£160

Dermal fillers are injectable gels that are usually made of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring molecule that attracts and binds water in the skin. A treatment will fill in wrinkles and provide volume to the soft tissues, helping to give your skin a more full and youthful appearance well after your body stops producing collagen.


microdermabrasion
£40.00 per session

Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive procedure that uses tiny crystals or other exfoliating surfaces to help remove the superficial layer of dead skin cells.

Anti-Wrinkle Treatments are a proven method by which we can achieve smoothing of the facial muscles.  Please read below for more information.  They have been used for over 20 years successfully in the UK and the US. Botox is the trade name by which Botulinum Toxin A is widely known.  It has been used for a variety of medical conditions for over 20 years.  By using the treatment in the facial muscles, e.g. glabella, wrinkles are prevented, as they are a direct results of contracting forehead, eye and mouth muscles.

Dermal fillers are known by various brand names depending on the manufacturer.  There are a few leading brands which have got the most clinical data supporting their efficacy.  They consist of synthesised hyaluronic acid, which is supported in the collagen skin matrix.  It is slowly absorbed over time, as the molecules mimic natural compounds found within the collagen in the skin.  Collagen gives your skin ‘bounce’ and over time the percentage of collagen in skin reduces, causing it to sag and develop folds and creases.

Why Botulinum Toxin?

As anti-wrinkle cosmetic treatments go, it’s easy to see why Botulinum Toxin is the number one choice for smoother, younger-looking skin. It’s pain-free, semi-permanent and so quick you could be in and out within your lunch hour.

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We are specialists in safe non-surgical treatments to enhance your natural beauty. All the treatments offered are carried out by professionals trained specifically in the procedures offered.