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Wrinkle-relaxing injections containing Botulinum Toxin Type A (Botox®) are the most popular treatment in the UK. Botulinum toxin is a natural purified protein that relaxes lines & wrinkles creating a softer, more youthful appearance. Wrinkle-relaxing injections are considered to be a medical procedure that should only be administered by qualified medical professional. All wrinkle-relaxing injections are performed by registered nurse Jayne.

This is a quick, safe & simple procedure to relax the muscles, taking as little as 30 minutes with no down time or scars.
All clients require a prescription consultation including assessment of medical history & facial muscles prior to wrinkle-relaxing injection treatments.
Every treatment includes complementary 2 week review.

The £30 prescription fee is deducted off the full treatment cost.



  • Are there any side effects?

    Side effects are rare but may include headaches, slight bruising & nausea. These effects usually settle over a couple of days.

  • Is Botulinum Toxin Safe?

    Botulinum toxin is FDA-approved & is widely used in cosmetic medicine. Botulinum tonic is a prescription only medicine & when administer by by a qualified professional, the chances of side effects are minimal.

  • How frequently will I need wrinkle relaxing injections?

    Injections are recommended every 3-4 months. Regular use promotes long-term anti-aging results. Results vary depending on individual factors such as smoking & metabolism.

  • Are Results Instant?

    No. Results may be noticeable within a few days but it often takes 2-3 weeks for the maximum results to be seen. Botulinum toxin takes time to act on the muscles.

  • What areas can be treated?

    Areas include forehead lines, crows feet & frown lines.

    Other areas (additional cost) – bunny lines, upper lip flip, smokers lines, gummy smile, teeth grinding (additional areas must form part of other treatment, such as lip enhancement or forehead lines, crows feet & frown lines).

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