In the field of dermatology, Botox is injected into the muscles of facial expression. Most of these muscles are attached to soft tissues rather than bones, and by contracting, they pull across the skin to give facial expressions.  Botox is used for reducing glabellar frown lines, crow’s feet at the side of the eyes, horizontal forehead creases, wrinkles around the mouth, nasolabial folds and smoothing out neck. It also can be used to elevate the eyebrows and treat problems such as hyperhidrosis, lichen simplex, pompholyx (dyshidrotic eczema) and acne vulgaris. Botox cannot be used to prevent other signs of aging such as dry skin, pigmentation disorders and vascular abnormalities.


Anti Wrinkle Botox treatment relaxes the muscles on the face. This not only helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, but also helps prevent the formation of wrinkles, softening your features and making your face look fresher and younger. 

This treatment works on the muscle, not the skin. This means any lines or wrinkles at rest on the skin may only soften, and not be removed completely. Combining Anti Wrinkle Injections with other skin treatments will further improve these lines. We strongly advise against any top-ups after six weeks, and generally advise not to leave any more than four months between treatments.

1 Area £180

2 Areas £290

3 Areas £400

4 Areas £510


‘Full face’ botox treatments are becoming more and more popular. Men and women are looking to rejuvenate the whole face and not just specific regions to the upper section, by-passing a variety of invasive surgical alternatives.

The uses of full face botox treatments extend beyond the traditional three areas. A full-face botox targets not only the areas of the upper face but also the midface and lower face by also treating the “bunny lines” (lines on the nose), smokers lines above the upper lip, laugh lines on the cheek, drooping corners of the mouth.

Full Face Lift £680


A Botox brow lift is a cosmetic treatment for the frown lines between your brows; it smooths lines and wrinkles and elevates the height of your eyebrows. These Botox injections work by relaxing underlying muscles to smooth your skin on the outside and relaxing the muscles between the brows.

This allows the forehead muscles to pull up the now-relaxed muscles, thereby elevating the brows and opening up the eyes.  Additional Botox injections can also be placed at the ends of the eyebrows to help relax those muscles as this allows the forehead muscles to pull up that area as well.

Brow Lift £180


Lip Flip Botox is the non-surgical subtle procedure of injecting BOTOX into the upper lip border to make it ‘flip’ and enhance the shape and achieve a fuller upper lip. Your lips look immediately fuller 3-7 days after the procedure. After about a week, the injections make your lip look fuller or “poutier” without adding any volume to your lip. Please note this is different then the usual Lip fillers as this is used to lift and relax the muscle not add volume, however this procedure combined with lip fillers works wonders. 

Lip Flip £160


Botox can fix a wide nose by constricting the activity of the muscles which pull the nostrils sideways and the tip of the nose downward. Unlike surgery, Botox doesn’t change bone structure but reduces nasal flare and lifts the nasal tip, giving the appearance of a slimmer nose. Suitable candidates for Botox for a wide nose are men and women in good overall health who would like to correct nostril flaring and a drooping nose tip.

Patients who opt for Botox appreciate the fact that Botox is a non-surgical procedure and doesn’t involve long recovery and pain. However, they should also have realistic expectations and understand that Botox provides subtle and temporary changes to the treated area.

Nostril Slimming £ 200


Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive sweating. It is most commonly associated with the axilla (armpit), but it can affect other parts of the body too. If you’re sick of embarrassing sweat patches and want a hyperhidrosis treatment, specialist injectables for hyperhidrosis may be the answer. Sweating is a normal function, and is a part of how the body regulates its temperature. some people produce sweat in amounts greater than required this is known as hyperhidrosis. the condition leaves visible wet patches on clothing and can cause embarrassment both socially and at work.

Excess Sweating £310


 15 Minutes 




Results can be seen from the 1rst week day and continue to improve in the following 2-3 weeks. Touch-ups may be needed. 




None applied for Botox Treatments. 


Bruising, Swelling redness are all normal