How Can We Help You?

Q1: Is Aesthetic Treatments Are Safe?

Provided you’ve had a full consultation with a medical professional and your treatment is being administered by a qualified professional (ideally a medical professional) you should have no particular problems with it.

Q2: I Don’t Know What Treatment to Book Can You Help Me?

Yes you’re torn between which treatments to book worry don’t just book a consultation even if you’ve been before – I will explain all of your options. It’s very common for people to change the treatment they had in mind during the consultation and assessment. I appreciate not everyone knows what they want and will work with clients to understand their needs and expectations.

Q3: Are The Treatments Suitable For Everyone?

Treatments wouldn't be suitable if you were under the age of 18 years, or had a known allergy or sensitivity to particular products or their ingredients, including local anaesthetics.

They also wouldn't be recommended for pregnant or breast-feeding women, or for those with skin infections near the areas requiring injection. If you're taking certain treatments which affect blood clotting, such as Aspirin, Warfarin, Clopidogrel or Omega-3 oils, you should contact me about the suitability of the treatments for.

Q4: What Does Botox Do? What Will I Look & Feel Like Immediately After My Botox Treatment?

Botox is often referred to as a “lunchtime treatment” because you can return to your daily routine immediately after the treatment.

Botox works by temporarily reducing the muscle activity in the targeted areas, therefore reducing those wrinkles such as crow’s feet, 11’s, and forehead lines.

Q5: What Are The Side-Effects of The Treatments?

With fine lines/wrinkles treatment, there is a possibility of some slight bruising around the treated areas. This is temporary & tends to clear after a few days. There can also some slight temporary skin inflammation too.

With the dermal filler injections too, slight temporary bruising & inflammation can occur. Cold packs & Arnica cream can be used to help relieve this.