More and more people are turning to cosmetic professionals for facial rejuvenation techniques to help their face reflect the way they feel inside.
These are simple, non-surgical treatments that take around 15-30 minutes. After you have discussed with your doctor the effects you desire, small amounts of the product are injected using a very fine needle into the specific muscles. This is a purified protein that relaxes wrinkle causing muscles, creating a rejuvenated appearance. The active ingredient is derived from bacteria in much the same way penicillin is derived from mould.
It is manufactured in sterile laboratory conditions. This is a prescription- only medicine and treatment is only available from a qualified medical practitioner.
During the treatment discomfort is typically minimal and brief, the injection may sting for a few seconds, and no anesthetic is required.
The initial effects are seen in 2 to 3 days but their maximum effect may take up to 2 weeks to become established. The effects can last from 3 to 4 months and may last longer with repeat treatments over time.
The dose recommendation for the treatment will vary depending on the individual situation and the severity of your lines.
Areas that can be treated are:
- Crow’s Feet
- Vertical lines between the eyes (Glabella)
- Horizontal forehead lines
- Bunny lines on the side of the nose
- Non-Surgical browlift
- Down-turned corners of the mouth
- Top lip lines
- Platysma muscle bands on the neck (turkey neck)
- Relaxing the centre of the chin
These treatments are only available on prescription from a doctor, and should always be given by a trained medical professional who is familiar with the correct technique.
Our Doctor Ankush Gupta will be able to let you know whether it is a suitable treatment for you.
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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.