What are line & wrinkle injections?

Line and wrinkle treatments have been used as a cosmetic treatment since the late 1980’s and have revolutionised the industry, making a treatment with no recovery time and very few risks widely available.

Lines and wrinkles are a natural and unstoppable part of the ageing process. While they are inevitable they can be prevented and reduced. Wrinkle relaxing treatments have been used as a cosmetic treatment since the late 1980’s and have revolutionised the industry providing a treatment with no recovery time and very few risks.

Wrinkle relaxing injections can combat both fine lines and deep wrinkles.

This treatment reduces wrinkles and expression lines between the eyebrows, around the eyes and across the forehead, creating smoother skin and a younger appearance. Our proven technique delivers stunning results!

FAQ's on Non-Surgical Botox

Here are the most common questions we get
asked about Non-Surgical Botox:

What should I What is the difference between facial muscle relaxant injections and dermal fillers?

Both are temporary injectable treatments. Facial muscle relaxant injections are used to relax the muscles that underlie the lines which become more visible through movement and age. Dermal fillers are used to lift out wrinkles that stay when the underlying muscles are relaxing and to restore skin volume and add contour to the aging face.

Will the injections hurt?

Each individual has a different pain threshold. You will be advised to discuss your concerns at your pre-treatment consultation. A local anaesthetic cream is sometimes used for added comfort.

How long will the treatment results last?

Approximately 3 – 6 months. The duration of results largely depends upon the area being treated and the products used. Other factors can also have an effect, such as skin type, lifestyle, age and the degree of correction sought.

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