Hampton Hill, Richmond, Twickenham & Teddington
At The Good Skin Company we offer a range of skin peels that can be tailored to meet your exact requirements.
Essentially a skin peel will help to remove the top layers of your skin and reveal more youthful looking skin below. Additionally, the process will help to actively promote the natural production of collagen which will give you a healthier, fresher and smoother look.
We only use approved skin peel products that deliver proven results. Scroll down the page to read our FAQ’s and learn about skin peel products that we recommend.
Note that we only proceed with a course of skin peels after a thorough skin evaluation where we honestly set your expectations.
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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.