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Wrinkle Relaxing Injections

Facial lines and wrinkles are caused by several factors: aging, heredity, gravity, sun damage, and muscle action. Overuse of muscles of facial expression can cause deepening frown lines between eyebrows, horizontal forehead lines, crow's feet around eyes, purse string lip lines, dropping outer corners of the mouth and nasal wrinkles or 'bunny lines'.

Everyday expressions such as smiling, frowning or laughing contract our facial muscles causing skin folds, lines and wrinkles. As time goes on these imperfections become deeper and more permanent making you look older, often giving the face a frustrated, discouraged or angry look. Many people also tend to have what is called 'mouth frown'. This is where the muscles just below the mouth either side tend to with years of habit pull down the corners giving a sad look.

Now you can soften and reduce these ageing problems without surgery and without scars, by one simple treatment. A chemical substance can be injected to relax specific muscles, dramatically softening these lines. leaving your skin smooth and unwrinkled. This results in you looking younger and refreshed .Your skin will feel the same and you will have normal sensation in all treated areas.

One of the many benefits of this treatment is that it is safe to use in conjunction with other facial enhancement treatments improving the overall effect. Treatment is very quick and easy and results will be visible within 2-10 days. A two week check-up is recommended, when a top-up treatment may be required which is given free of charge.

See Mike on our testamonials page. His crows feet and forehead lines are barely visible!


Wrinkle Relaxing Injections


Sandy before wrinkle relaxing injections and after. Clinics own photos


PRICE GUIDE     One area: £150, Two areas: £200, Three areas: £250.  Any additional areas ie mouth frown or bunny lines are free when  you have 3 areas treated.

Top ups are free providing you return within 2 weeks.

Clinics own photos


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