The Anti Wrinkle Injections
Most popular treatment.
Anti-Wrinkle Injections is now an industry classic, and for good reason. Ani-wrinkle injections are most commonly used to treat fine lines, and works by temporarily paralysing the muscle, preventing it from contracting and exacerbating the problem.
They are injected using a very small needle, and is most effective for the 3-5 months immediately following treatment, after which the muscle’s nerve receptors begin to grow back. Although anti-wrinkle injections are mostly used to treat frown lines, it can also be used tactfully around the eye, forehead and mouth area as an all-round antidote to ageing.
For deeper lines and wrinkles, a Dermal Filler may be advised in addition to anti-wrinkle injections.
Who is the ideal candidate for Anti Wrinkle Injections?
They can be administered as soon as fine lines begin to appear, and in fact, the earlier a client begins an anti-wrinkle regime, the more effective it will be in preventing wrinkles from forming in the first place. It can significantly improve the texture and appearance of skin both young and old, and as such, there is no ‘typical’ client, although its reputation for achieving natural-looking results makes it a particularly popular choice with men.
In addition, anyone concerned with excessive sweating or a ‘gummy’ smile will find relief from a course of botulinum toxin.
Why choose this Anti Wrinkle treatment?
Having been approved for use within the aesthetics industry for over 25 years now, it has passed the test of time and comes with reassuringly few risks. Anti-Wrinkle injections are accompanied with almost no ‘down time’, and initial results will be visible in as little as two days. As with all treatments, we advise clients to avoid cigarettes, alcohol, harsh exfoliants and sun exposure for at least 24 hours after the administration of the injection. A follow-up treatment will probably be required every six months.