Anti-ageing
Injectable Treatments

Smoothing out laughter lines and wrinkles caused naturally by ageing or sun exposure has never been quicker or easier with anti-ageing injectables.

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All injectable
treatments administered
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Prices from £150

Procedure time
30 minutes 

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Pricing

Our standard pricing for clinics is available at all our clinics

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Free*
Treatment Single
Treatment From
Fillers from £250.00
£250.00
Lip Fillers from £350.00
£350.00
Tear Trough Fillers from £390.00
£390.00

Our standard pricing for clinics is available at all our other clinics not stated above

SAVE 10% by booking a course of 3 Anti-ageing injectables

  • 1 Treatment Area from £189 per treatment.
  • 2 Treatment Areas from £324 per treatment
  • 3 Treatment Areas from £423 per treatment

 

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Treatment Single
Treatment From
Course of 1 Treatment
Price per Treatment From
1 Area
£210.00
2 Areas
£360.00
3 Areas
£470.00

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How Can I Prevent Wrinkles?

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Ageing skin is a part of life, but there are some measures we can take to help slow the process down, such as:Wear sunscreen daily.Wear a wide-brimmed sun hat and sunglasses.Use skincare products containing anti-ageing ingredients such as peptides and vitamin A.Avoid smoking.Invest in professional skin treatments which stimulate collagen production.

How To Get Rid Of Wrinkles

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Wrinkles, though inevitable, needn’t be permanent. There are a number of professional skin treatments designed to address fine lines and wrinkles – and even help prevent them. These include anti-ageing injectable treatments such as BOTOX®, dermal fillers, and treatments designed to strip back ageing skin and encourage collagen production, such as laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion and skin peels. 

Surgical Treatments For Wrinkles

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Wrinkles can be treated surgically via a procedure known as a facelift (or ‘rhytidectomy’). This involves a surgeon lifting up the loose skin on your face, pulling it tighter to help smooth out wrinkles and eliminate sagging. The operation can be carried out on your entire face or on targeted areas such as the brows or neck. 

What Is Collagen And Elastin?

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Collagen is a protein which is present throughout the body, especially in the connective tissues and the skin. It’s what gives our skin its structure and firmness. Elastin is also a protein. As its name suggests, its main characteristic is elasticity; it allows the skin to bounce back to its original smoothness after being stretched or contracted. 

Best Skincare Ingredients For Wrinkles?

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There are many skincare products designed to help combat the signs of ageing. Effective anti-ageing ingredients you should look out for include: Hyaluronic acid – helps to maintain skin’s hydrationRetinol – a form of vitamin A which helps address the signs of ageingAlpha-hydroxy Acids (AHAs) – an effective exfoliantVitamins C and E – antioxidants for fighting free radicals

How Can I Prevent Forehead Lines?

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Keeping your skin protected from the sun is the best prevention for ageing skin. Wear a wide-brimmed hat and plenty of sunscreen to block out harmful UV rays; this will help to preserve your skin’s natural collagen supplies for longer. Anti-ageing injectables such as BOTOX® injections can also be used to relax the facial muscles to help prevent lines caused by repetitive facial movements.

What’S The Best Way To Get Rid Of Forehead Lines?

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The most appropriate method of treating forehead lines and wrinkles is determined by the cause of the lines you have: Lines caused by muscle movement (such as when you smile, squint or frown) are known as dynamic lines. Lines which are present at all times, even when you are not moving your facial muscles, are called static lines. Dynamic lines are usually treated using anti-ageing injections such as BOTOX® injections, which works to relax the muscles in the face. Static lines are usually treated using treatments designed to strip back layers of damaged skin, such as laser resurfacing, or chemical skin peels.

When Do Forehead Lines Start To Appear?

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You may begin to notice the first signs of forehead lines in your late twenties and early thirties as faint lines begin to appear. With time, these lines gradually deepen and become increasingly prominent until they are visible even when you aren’t raising your eyebrows or frowning. Although age makes them worse, some people have forehead lines before they have any other signs of ageing skin.

How Can I Prevent Laughter Lines?

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The best way to postpone the appearance of laughter lines is to use an SPF to protect your skin from harmful UV rays, avoid smoking, drink plenty of water and follow a good skincare routine, particularly one with a deep-acting moisturiser containing anti-ageing ingredients such as peptides and vitamin A.

Can You Get Laughter Lines As A Teenager?

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Yes. Some people develop laughter lines at a young age, or have them most of their life. This isn’t necessarily due to ageing skin and is usually just a natural or genetic characteristic. Laughter lines aren’t exclusive to mature skin types and might just be part of what makes you unique – like dimples in your cheeks.

At What Age Do You Get Laughter Lines?

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Most people begin to see the first signs of ageing skin in their 30s, but this can vary due to lifestyle and genetic factors. Deeper-set wrinkles like laughter lines and crow’s feet usually appear when we get into our 40s. Smoking and sun exposure speed the skin-ageing process up, so if you want to keep your skin looking younger for longer, avoid these. 

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