Anti Wrinkle Injections
Hampton Hill, Richmond, Twickenham & Teddington
Facial lines are a result of using our facial muscles to make expressions, such as frowning and squinting. The use of anti-wrinkle injections is ideal for those wanting to achieve a smoother and more youthful complexion by relaxing unwanted lines and wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes.
A thorough consultation prior to having anti-wrinkle injections is compulsory prior to any treatments and will allow you to discuss the various treatment options available.
The Good Skin Company provides a thorough after-care service and is on hand to help you should you have any concerns.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Are Anti-Wrinkle Injections?
Anti-wrinkle injections are made up of a natural protein known as Botulinum toxin. It has remained a popular choice of treatment in aesthetic medicine for many years due to its effectiveness at treating unwanted lines and wrinkles on the face.
How do Anti-Wrinkle Injections work?
Botulinum toxin acts by blocking nerve signals to the facial muscles to prevent them from contracting. The relaxed muscles give the skin a smoother appearance.
How long do Anti-Wrinkle Injections last?
Lifestyle and individual factors will impact the duration of the results of anti-wrinkle injections. As a guide, results are usually visible from about four to ten days and usually last three to four months, sometimes even longer.
Will Anti-Wrinkle Injections be painful?
A very fine needle is injected into the area where the lines and wrinkles appear. The procedure usually takes about 15 minutes, but this depends on the area being treated. A topical anaesthetic can be applied if necessary, but is very rarely required.
Are there any risks involved with Anti-Wrinkle Injections?
Mild redness, pain and swelling may be present at the site of the injection, this should subside within a few hours and can easily be concealed with make-up. The chances of a complication arising are very small and muscle relaxing injections are generally considered a safe procedure.