ANTI WRINKLE TREATMENTS
Anti-wrinkle injections using Botulinum Toxin Type A (Botox) is the most popular treatment in the UK. This is a quick, safe and simple procedure involving muscle relaxing injections. It can be used to smooth out lines and wrinkles on the frown, forehead lines and around the eyes, giving you a more relaxed and youthful appearance, the toxin can also be used to treat movement lines in other areas such as bunny line, gummy smile and jaw. Botulinum Toxin is a prescription only medicine and should be carried out by a qualified medical professional.
These treatments will leave you looking and feeling phenomenal. Come in and have an informal no obligation consultation — you’ll be glad you did!
Hyperhidrosis OR excessive sweating of the armpits (axillary hyperhidrosis) is a common site to be affected. It can have a major effect on people’s lives and sufferers are constantly aware of trying to hide embarrassing wetness or sweat stains on clothes, and this can interfere with work or social activities. BOTOX is now used widely to treat a wide variety of medical problems including hyperhidrosis but is probably more widely known for its cosmetic uses to remove lines and wrinkles form the face. In the UK it is licensed for treating axillary (underarm) hyperhidrosis It is generally very effective for treating hyperhidrosis BUT the effects eventually wear off after about FOUR to six months. SO REPEAT TREATMENTS ARE REQUIRED.
NEFERTITI NECK LIFT
The Nefertiti neck lift is a technique where by placing multiple injections of Botox® along the lower jawline as well as down the side of the neck along the platysma muscle it is possible to improve the definition of the jawline, rebalance the underlying muscles and provide ‘lifting’ in the neck and jaw area. This medical treatment needs to be repeated every 3 to 4 months to give lasting results.
A well defined jawline and long smooth neck has been a sign of beauty since the time of the Egyptians. This procedure can create a toned, smooth neck, and lifted jawline. It is named after Queen Nefertiti, whose bone structure continues to be admired in modern times.
Please note that some patients which don’t require the treatment or are not a good candidate will be advised at the consultation process and treatment might be declined to avoid disappointment.