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Wrinkle & line relaxant, that is injected into the muscles in the face, which in turn smooths out lines; such as frown lines and crow's feet.​

The treatment only works on wrinkles that are caused by muscle movement.

The product works by blocking signals to the muscles and prevents them from moving. this leads to a fresher and smoother look to the face.

We can create a natural look or completely frozen. 

A consultation is undertaken prior to treatment to determine what your desired end result is.

It's not permanent – it usually lasts for around 3 or 4 months.


The treatment involves small injections into the muscles of concern, these injections are virtually painless.
Some clients experience a mild stinging sensation when the product is injected.

We offer a complimentary follow up appointment between days 10-14 to assess the treated areas and administer more into stubborn areas should it be required. 
Additional product does not mean it will last longer. Additional product will block any remaining receptors that are not blocking signals to trigger muscle movement.
*You are responsible for attending your review. We are not obliged to remind you. You will receive a reminder message through the booking system if you have provided the correct contact details. If you do not attend within the time frame you will not receive another review until 12 weeks post initial treatment which will be full price.


Areas in which we use toxins:
  • Forehead

  • Crows feet

  • Bunny lines on the nose

  • Chin dimples

  • Jaw slimming

  • Brow lift

Treatment time takes between 10-20 minutes. 

Results can be seen within around 5 days with the full effects seen in 14 days.




If you're thinking about having cosmetic injections, be clear about why you want them.

Make sure the person doing your cosmetic injections is suitably qualified and experienced. 

They should be a medical practitioner and on a register to show they meet set standards in training, skill and insurance.

Avoid practitioners who have no training or have only completed a short training course.

When you meet the practitioner, ask about:

  • Their training, qualifications and experience

  • The name of the product, if it’s licensed, and how and where it’s made

  • Any risks or possible side effects

  • Ahat will happen if things go wrong

  • What insurance cover they have



In certain circumstances, cosmetic injections are not recommended, including if:

  • You have a skin infection

  • You're unwell in any way

  • You have a neuromuscular condition like myasthenia gravis

  • You're taking certain medicines

  • Pregnancy

  • Breastfeeding

  • Undergoing IVF

  • Trying to conceive

  • Taking anticoagulants/blood thinners


After treatment you may have:

  • A headache and flu-like symptoms for the first 24 hours

  • Bruising, swelling and redness at the injection sites

  • Temporary weakness and droopiness in your face – for example, your eyelids or eyebrows may droop if the Botox moves into these areas

  • Drooping of the eyelid or brow if injected near the eye

  • Weakness or paralysis of nearby muscles

  • Hives, rashes, or itching

  • Dry mouth

  • Nausea

Rare side effects:

  • trouble swallowing, speaking, or breathing

  • gallbladder problems

  • blurry vision or vision problems



  • Do not to rub or massage the area around the injection points after having.This could spread the toxin to surrounding skin, causing muscle drooping and other problems - this includes facials.

  • Do not apply make up for a minimum of 4 hours post treatment.

  • Do not exercise for 24 hours. You may partake in light activities such as walking after 4 hours.

  • Remain upright for a minimum of 4 hours.

  • Avoid tight headwear

  • Avoid excessive alcohol or medically necessary blood thinning medication before the treatment to prevent bruising.

  • Excessive heat for 24 hours, such as steam rooms, saunas, hot baths and showers

  • Avoid sunbeds 

  • Avoid sunbathing

  • Avoid Smoking

  • Take regular paracetamol if the above symptoms appear

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