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Botox injections work by blocking particular chemical signals from nerves, most of which cause muscles to contract. These injections are most commonly used to temporarily relax the facial muscles that create creases in the forehead and around the eyes.

What is it?

Botox, or Botulinum Toxin is a very popular method of getting rid of wrinkles and fine lines. It’ a temporary muscle relaxer which works by reducing muscle movement in the face, thus giving
smoother and much more youthful appearance as well as preventing the development of further

Botox is often used as a preventative measure in order to slow down the process of ageing. Theseeffects can last from anywhere between 3-6 months before muscle activity returns to the face.
Following an initial consultation, your practitioner will use a very fine needle to inject Botox intothe target area, which then takes approximately 1-2 weeks to settle and eventually relax the muscle. For the best and lasting results botox treatments are advised to be completed over 3 month intervals.

Treatment Areas

• Brow Lift

• Forehead Lines

• Crows Feet

• Frown Lines

• Gummy Smiles

• Nose Wrinkles

• Face/Jawline Slimming

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How long does the procedure takes?

Up to 40 minutes

How long is recovery?

Recovery is pretty instant, but sometimes some minor bruising may appear.

How soon can I see the results?

Results will be seen around day 7, yet optimum results will be noticeable around day 14 onwards.

When can I return to work?

You can return to work immediately.

How long will the results last?

3 - 6 Months

How many sessions do I need?

Your practitioner will be able to create a plan for you during your initial consultation which will outline the steps you need to take and how many procedures you may need.

Is there a need for anaesthesia?

There is no need for anaesthesia as the injecting time is less then 5 seconds and a very fine needle is used which minimises the pain.

Does it require needles?

Needles are not required.

What are the risks?

There is a risk of bruising, swelling, and some bleeding as with all procedures involving injectables.

Is finance available?

Yes, absolutely, a practitioner can run you through an instalment plan.