Skin Rejuvenation treatments that reverse the signs of ageing by putting back the elements that have depleted over time. Making the skin plump, smooth and supple again.
The effects of years of sun damage, the general ageing process and lifestyle factors such as smoking and drinking alcohol, combine to have a detrimental effect on our skin, leading to sagging skin, lines and wrinkles. To discover the best anti ageing treatment for you, we would always advise that you come along for a free consultation, to discuss your needs. Two of the most popular anti-ageing and skin rejuvenation treatments available are Wrinkle Reduction Injectables and Dermal Fillers.
What are wrinkle relaxing injectables?
It is a prescription medicine and is licensed in the UK for injecting into muscles to improve the appearance of frown lines between the brows, forehead lines and "crows feet" around the eyes.
It works by reducing the nerve activity that stimulate muscle contractions that lead to lines and wrinkles in the first place. The resulting effect is to smooth the existing lines and wrinkles as well as preventing them from becoming deeper. The effect lasts for around 3-4 months.
It has been used for therapeutic purposes since the late 1960’s to treat "crossed eyes" (strabismus), a condition in which the eyes are not properly aligned with each other, "uncontrollable blinking" (blepharospasm), and muscle spasms in other parts of the body, such as in Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). More recently, it has been medically approved to inhibit excessive sweating (Hyperhidrosis) and has been proven to reduce the impact of severe headaches and migraine symptoms.
Treatment Price from £199
What are Dermal Fillers?
Dermal Fillers are a form of hyaluronic acid, a substance that is naturally occurring in the body. When injected into the skin it gently plumps out wrinkles or folds in the skin, or adds volume where it has been lost due to the ageing process. It can also be used for the correction of scarring and other depressions in the skin.
Treatment Price from £250
Five key things you should check if you are considering a cosmetic procedure
- Check your practitioner’s qualifications. Our treatment is a prescription only product and the only people licensed to write these prescriptions are Doctors, Dentists and Nurse prescribers, following a full consultation.
- Not all products made from Botulinum type A Toxin are Trustworthy. Ask your practitioner which product they use and why.
- Has the product/treatment you are considering been extensively researched? Medical cosmetic treatments should be backed by science and have a proven track record, so make sure you ask about the safety and effectiveness of the procedure.
- What do you want to achieve from the treatment? Be clear about what your expectations are. Your practitioner should be able to explain what results you can realistically expect from the procedure.
- It’s all about trust. Make sure you feel confident in the practitioner – after all, your reason for considering a procedure is all about looking and feeling great!