Achieving realistic results
This treatment is more commonly known as Botox, which is actually a brand name, the drug within this product is called Botulinum toxin type A. Botulium toxin type A is a protein that when injected correctly into the face reduces the muscles in the face contracting, it works by blocking the signal the nerve sends to the muscle, this then reduces the formation of fine lines and wrinkles very successfully.
Keep them guessing!
There are different brands that create this drug under different names. Some clients may build up a tolerance or may be more resistant to one and an alternative brand may be suggested. Botulinum toxin type A is a prescription only medication, therefore it is a legal requirement that a consultation must be carried out with a Prescriber before the treatment takes place.
To discuss this treatment further, get in touch to book a free non-obligatory consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions
A consultation is carried out before the treatment to check suitability and to ensure it is safe you for you have.
Rebecca is extremely gentle, however, it may feel like a small scratch, some clients describe it as a popping feeling.
As with any injectable treatment bruising, swelling, infection, vascular compromise and nerve damage are potential risks. An allergic reaction to the products used is also a potential risk, it is important to be open and candid before the treatment and follow the aftercare advice to minimise risk.