Anti-Wrinkle Treatment

Yarm, Stockton-on-Tees, North Yorkshire.

Its normal!

As you get older your skin becomes thinner, drier, and less elastic resulting in fine lines and wrinkles. Although they are a natural part of the aging process, many of us do not like their presence.  

Anti-Wrinkle Treatment aim to tackle these negative effects and reduce your fine lines and wrinkles. 

Some people even find anti-wrinkle treatments help to reduce excessive perspiration. 

What areas can be treated?

Frown / Glabellar Lines

Frown lines, also called glabella lines, are the furrows between the eyebrows, generally shaped like the number 11.

Crows Feet

The term given to those fine lines around the eye area. These tiny wrinkles might also be known as ‘smile lines’.

Bunny Lines

The lines form when you wrinkle your nose bunny-style while laughing or smiling.

Lip Lines

Lip lines are the small vertical creases that extend outwards from your lips. Lines eased with the use of dermal filler.

Dumpling or Apple Chin

Benefits can include smoother skin, tighter pores, and decreased acne and redness. We can also minimize chin size or correct a crooked chin.

Neck Lines

Neck lines and wrinkles are a normal part of aging. They’re caused in part by skin losing elasticity and being exposed to UV light over time.

It is a substance (Botulinum Toxin) that is injected to relax the muscles in your face to smooth out lines and wrinkles.

Wrinkle relaxing treatments are not permanent. The length of time is lasts can vary dependent on your natural metabolism. They usually last between 3 and 4 months.

An anaesthetic is not required when having this treatment due to the ease of its nature.
The Botulinum toxin is injected into the muscles of your face. The procedure is very quick and takes 10-15minutes.

This treatment is usually charged per area, but this will also be discussed during your consultation as there is an option to purchase a quantity and then to spread the quantity over a range of areas.

Most people are suitable for wrinkle relaxing treatment. A full medical history will be completed at the consultation to assess suitability.

Can I book an appointment?

Of course! A consultation must be provided to determine suitability and discuss areas of treatment.