Anti-wrinkle treatmentAnti-wrinkle injections smooth out fine lines and wrinkles giving the appearance of more youthful looking skin.

If you are looking for a reliable way to smooth out the wrinkles on your face, our anti-wrinkle treatment is for you. Our professional team of experts has just the tools they need to make sure that all your wrinkles are gone and you can enjoy a youthful look. We treat frown lines, forehead lines, crows feet, bunny lines on the nose, platysmal, and neck bands. We offer some of the best anti-wrinkle treatments in Leeds. 
Anti-wrinkle treatment is the best way to make sure that your skin looks smooth and youthful. The process itself is quite simple and easy, with results that last between 3 to 6 months. 


What does the process look like?

All anti-wrinkle treatments begin with an in-depth consultation, during which we assess the condition of your skin in detail. We also listen to your needs, expectations, and concerns to determine the best course of action. Once we have all the information, we commence with the anti-wrinkle treatment procedure, which takes about 10-15 minutes, and involves injecting fluid into your facial muscles with a thin needle.

When will I see results?

Effects of the treatment reach their peak at 2 weeks after the procedure. After that, you can sign up for additional treatments to maintain the effect for as long as possible. You will also receive a list of instructions on how you can effectively nurture your skin in its new form.

Are there any risks involved? 

Most medical procedures involve a certain degree of risk, though anti-wrinkle treatment is quite a safe procedure that has very little risk of side effects. Possible effects include:

● bruising,
● redness,
● itching,
● mild headaches.

It is important to keep in mind, however, that some individuals are more at risk than others and should avoid anti-wrinkle treatment altogether. These include:

● pregnant/breastfeeding women,
● people with Botox allergies,
● people with active skin infections,
● people with underlying conditions, e.g. Myasthenia gravis.