Your face may be giving away your age, or even making you look older.
We are highly experienced in the best non–surgical treatments to tackle signs of aging.
Facial Aesthetics offer
(For a limited time only)
- Azzalure from £175
- Dermal Fillers from £285
Expression wrinkles - wrinkle reduction technique
Lines and wrinkles are caused when overactive muscles contract, thus reducing the collagen in the skin and create tiny creases. The loose skin between these muscles is what we all know as wrinkles.
Azzalure is a highly purified toxin that can temporarily erase or reduce these wrinkles (forehead lines, frown lines, crow's feet).
Azzalure works by weakening those injected muscles, therefore minimizing the creases between them and reducing the wrinkles. The technique we can achieve wrinkle reduction without eliminating expression lines giving a fresher, younger but still natural appearance.
Visible results are usually seen within 3-5 days, however it can take up to 2 weeks to see full results.
Reduce Fine Lines
Loss of volume wrinkles - wrinkle filler technique
Skin is held tight and smooth by three critical components: collagen, hyaluronic acid, and elastin which combine to create a firm, spongy meshwork under the skin surface. This elastic structure keeps the skin surface smooth and firm.
With age, this meshwork slowly loses its integrity. With weakness in the underlying support structure, the skin's surface loses its perfect baby skin smoothness.
The wrinkle reduction in this case is achieved with fillers and the component in those fillers is the Hyaluronic acid which is naturally found in our skin!
Injecting cosmetic fillers helps fill the thinned out meshwork. The fillers plump up the tissue underneath the skin, shrinking wrinkles. The skin becomes firmer, smoother, and younger looking.
These wrinkle fillers are simply used as 'volumizers' plumping and lifting cheeks, jawlines, filling out thin lips or reshaping uneven lips.
Did you know...
Azzalure has been safely used for over 30 years as a treatment for spasmus in eye muscles in much greater amounts than those for cosmetic work?