Botulinum toxin type "A" treatment

Prior treatment:
It is recommended that you seek advice from your General Practitioner. He will be able to determine whether you are eligible for this treatment.
Contra-indications include; allergies, any muscles or nerves disorders, breastfeeding or pregnancy, if you are taking aspirin or anticoagulants and/or steroids. In some cases, you may wish to ask your GP to prescribe a topical anaesthetic cream to avoid pain. It is generally not essential but recommended.
After seeing your GP, you will be offered a complimentary consultation to design a customised treatment plan tailored to your needs as well as a holistic approach in order to achieve ultimate results. In addition, during this free assessment, you will be given an information leaflet in writing.

After care:
You may experience a little redness or mild bruising around the injection site but this should disappear within 48 hours and the application of ice pack may help. It's very important to not lie down for at least 4-6 hours afterwards.

Do not massage on treated areas.

But you must work the treated areas by purposely frowning or squinting as much as possible in the first few hours in order to speed up the reaction of the muscle to the treatment.








Dermal-Filler treatment

Prior treatment:
It is recommended that you seek advice from your GP to determine whether you are elegible for this treatment. You will need to get a prescription from him for this treatment, and for a topical anaesthetic cream as it is also highly recommended.
Your GP will check if you are allergic to hyaluronic acid or if you have a high tendency to form keloids and scars, notify him if you are under any medication and if, you have or had any skin conditions such as herpes. Please also notify your General Practitioner if you take anticoagulants, steroids, immune suppressants, aspirin, high doses of vitamin C or if you have an implant and if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.


Once you get the prescription, there will also be a free assessment to discuss your needs and you will be given all the written documentation.

Following treatment:
You may notice mild to moderate swelling, redness and itching. These mild and rare side-effects, if experienced, will disappear within a few hours.
Avoid physical exercise, extreme temperatures (such as too high or too low), sunbathing, smoking or consuming alcohol for at least 24 hours after received this treatment.



We are unable to offer guarantees as to scale of success; aesthetic treatment results and effectiveness vary from person to person.

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