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Botox or botulinum toxin is a highly effective wrinkle reducing treatment. 

It is renowned for its ability to reduce tell tale signs of ageing by helping to erase facial lines and wrinkles caused by repeated muscle movements, such as frown lines between the eyebrows or across the forehead, and crow's feet around the eyes.

Many younger patients also opt for this type of anti-wrinkle treatment, in order to prevent the lines and wrinkles developing to begin with.

Smoothing wrinkles with Botox in Kensington, LondonThe results of the wrinkle reduction treatment will start to appear after about 24-72 hours, with the main effect appearing after a week. Your face will look smoother, younger and more relaxed, potentially taking years off your appearance. Results tend to last for around 3 months, and treatments can be repeated indefinitely.

Our clients visiting our clinic in Kensington, London are all delighted with the results we achieve.

Botox Treatment Overview

What is Botox (Botulinum Toxin)?

Deep wrinkles such as frown lines between the eyes, forehead lines and crow's feet are caused by overactive muscle movement which gradually wear away the collagen in the skin, causing the skin to crease and wrinkles to appear. A highly effective treatment to treat facial lines caused primarily by the action of muscles on the skin is the injection of small amounts of Botulinum toxin (a prescription medicine produced commercially as Botox®) into the affected area.

Botox® is a purified form of a specific neuromuscular blocking agent which acts by stopping the signal from the nerve to the muscle, thereby preventing the muscle from contracting, particularly on areas such as the forehead and between the eyebrows.

Who can use Botox?

Any adult can use Botox, but there are certain things that should be taken, and particular issues that may prevent certain people from being able to use Botox. For example, patients who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or who have a neurological disorder, for example, should not use Botox.

What are the side effects of Botox?

As with any other type of procedure, there are certain risks, complications, and side effects that can occur, and these all need to be taken fully into consideration.

  • For example, temporary bruising is the most common side effect, as well has headaches, which will usually resolve within the following 24-48 hours after the procedure.
  • There is a small percentage of patients that may complain of eyelid drooping, and some will complain of their expression looking surprised or confused, while some appear as though they have a permanent frown.
  • Although there have been no allergies associated with Botox to date, there is still the risk of allergic reaction present there.

If you are planning or even simply considering to have a Botox procedure done, you should consult with our doctor, and make sure to take the situation very seriously. You want to make yourself as informed and knowledgeable as possible.

Botox Price List

Treatment Price Notes
1 area £250/£275

Doctor Dependant

 

2 areas £325  
3 areas £400

 

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