Anti Wrinkle Treatment (known as Botox®)
If you are considering Anti Wrinkle (known as Botox®), our medical aesthetic specialist, Tracy Cullen, offers free consultations at all of our clinic locations to discuss your requirements and options available to you. Anti-Wrinkle treatments assist in smoothing eye wrinkles, frown and forehead lines. Using advanced techniques Botox® can be used around the mouth area and jaw line to gently lift down-turned lips and jowls; all this at affordable prices.
Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)
Hands, feet and underarms.
Botulinum Toxin Type-A can also be used to reduce excessive sweating. It can last up to 12 months however this is not guaranteed.
http://www.hyperhidrosisuk.org will be able to give you further information should you require it regarding various treatment options.
Some Areas Treated by Botox®
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Lift down-turned lips
Our Botox Prices
- Single area*£225
- Two areas*£250
- Three areas*£275
- Hyperhidrosisfrom £425
Hands, feet and underarms.
The prices include a FREE initial consultation, the treatment and a follow up appointment after two weeks.
* Note that there is an additional charge of £35 for gentlemen as the muscles are stronger and require additional product.
Meet Your Practitioner
Tracy Cullen RGN, Nurse Prescriber
My passion and commitment towards excellence is my philosophy. During the last 15 years I have established and grown a number of aesthetic and cosmetic services for and on behalf of several businesses.
Renowned and sought after for my high standards of clinical excellence, including teaching and mentoring others within the industry, I am delighted to offer you exclusivity to these standards through my own clinic, Coastal Skinthetics.
I look forward to welcoming you at any one of the clinic locations in Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire.
Anti Wrinkle Before & After Images
Anti Wrinkle FAQ’s
What is Botulinum Toxin A (commonly known as Botox)?
Botox is a licensed brand of Botulinum toxin type A. Other licensed brands include Azzalure, Dysport, Xeomin, Bocouture and others with no doubt follow as manufacturers create their own version.
Botulinum Toxin is a naturally occurring protein produced by the bacteria Chlostridium Botulinum. In a purified form, as is the case with many drugs/medications such as Penicillin, Botulinum toxin been used safely and effectively in medical treatments for any years. Not only has it been used used in cosmetic clinics but for a number of medical conditions including migraine, excessive sweating, bladder spasm and muscle contracture.
All Botulinum toxins are prescription only medicines and can only be prescribed by doctors, dentists and nurse with the prescribing qualification and this is the law.
How does it work?
The toxin blocks chemical messages sent from the nerve to cause the muscle to contract. Without these messages, the muscle stays in a resting state until recovered, usually taking around 8 -12 weeks on average
The aim of the treatment is to significantly reduce the muscle movement which causes expressional lines (lines on movement). It may not cause the lines to disappear completely; this will depend on the quality of your skin and may take several treatments to produce that result.
It may not completely freeze the expression although this is rarely asked for these days. Botulinum toxin is not suitable for the lines that are always present (static lines or lines without moving muscles) however, there are other options for these lines and this can be discussed at your assessment.
Will Botox be painful?
A very fine needle is used and generally this treatment is not painful. Ice may be of use to help to numb the skin and reduce the risk of bruising. Some patients will also ask for numbing cream and this can be used to reduce anxiety in any perceived pain.
What will Botox treat?
In cosmetic medicine, Botulinum toxin is used to treat: Frown lines, Crows feet, Forehead lines, Lip lines, Downward drop of the mouth (sad lines)
As an advanced procedure, lower face treatments are offered to reduce excessive bite, slimming down the face (Bruxism) and to improve the jawline, jowling and neck bands (also known as the ‘Nephertite lift’). Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) for underarms, hands and feet is very successful treatment.
Botox After Treatment
You are advised to keep the targeted muscles active for a few hours and avoid extremities of heat or cold, vigorous exercise, lying down or bending forward for 4 – 6 hours. It’s expected you will start to see an improvement at around 4 days. The full result can be assessed at 2 – 3 weeks when you will be invited to attend for a review. This appointment gives the opportunity to assess your treatment and make any adjustments if necessary.
How long does Botox last?
Results tend to last approx 3 – 4 months. Movement will begin to return form 8 weeks. It is NOT recommended to have treatments less than 3 month intervals.
Is Botox Safe?
All treatments carry a degree of risk. These will be discussed with you at consultation and prior to any treatment being agreed.
You are always provided with aftercare advice to minimise risks and promote a speedy recovery.
Botulinum toxin should only be administered by a healthcare professional with specialist training.
Am I suitable for treatment?
At Coastal Skinthetics we will take a detailed medical history and assessment of your needs and concerns and your expected outcome and ensure the treatment is appropriate to your needs.
Botulinum toxin cannot be given to pregnant or breastfeeding ladies, It is not suitable with certain neurological disorders, It is not suitable if you are currently taking certain medicines, It is not suitable if you have experienced allergic reactions to any Botulinum toxin treatment.