Wrinkle Reduction & Prevention

Still YOU, only younger.

Wrinkle Reduction & Prevention

Still YOU, only younger.

Redefine your beauty with wrinkle injections

How it works

Our wrinkle injections utilise a specialised formula derived from a purified protein to safely target over active muscles. Over time, these muscles are responsible for creating the fine lines and wrinkles we see in areas, such as; the forehead and crow’s feet. Once the formula is inserted, it immediately begins to relax these specific muscles, allowing the fine lines and wrinkles to soften.

The product works by stopping the communication between the nerve and the muscle, preventing the muscle from contracting and moving. It is effective and most commonly used for the treatment of the following areas; frown lines, forehead creases and crow’s feet around the eyes, whilst improving your overall appearance.

What are my options?

Wrinkle injections can also be used to treat non-cosmetic reasons, most notably, hyperhidrosis in the armpits, also known as excessive sweating which can be caused by overactive sweat glands, anxiety and more. Find out below which other areas can be treated with anti-wrinkle injections.

Come in for a complimentary consultation with one of our highly qualified registered nurses and find out how we can help you put your best face forward.

How does it work?

Click on the areas of the face to learn more.

Forehead

Horizontal lines that occur across the forehead as a result of raising your eyebrows repetitively over time.

Frown Lines

Vertical lines that occur between your eyebrows, generally caused by frowning or squinting. These are formally known as “glabella lines”.

Brow Lift

Uneven brows can lead to an asymmetrical face. Muscle relaxants have the ability to lift the brow and assist in creating symmetry.

Crow's Feet

Lines that occur at the outside corners of the eyes when we smile or laugh. These lines are also known as our “smile lines”.

Bunny Lines

Lines that occur on the upper nose from repetitive scrunching of the nose muscle when we laugh or smile. These lines appear as horizontal lines forming across the sides of the nose.

Gummy Smile

The gummy smile is caused by movement of the mouth or smiling, which can show an excessive amount of teeth or upper gum.

Lip Lines

Vertical lip lines that occur with general movement of the mouth, also referred to as ‘smoker’s lines’.

Chin

Ageing can cause a line to form between the bottom lip and chin, creating an arch like appearance. This is referred to as the ‘mental crease’. Dimpling can also occur in this area.

Jaw Reshaping

The ‘masseter’ muscles, which are used for chewing, can occasionally become enlarged creating the appearance of a wide or square jaw. Treatment here can relax the muscles and reduce the volume in this area, giving a more oval appearance. This treatment can also assist with teeth grinding.

Tap on the areas of the face to learn more.

Forehead

Horizontal lines that occur across the forehead as a result of raising your eyebrows repetitively over time.

Frown Lines

Vertical lines that occur between your eyebrows, generally caused by frowning or squinting. These are formally known as “glabella lines”.

Brow Lift

Uneven brows can lead to an asymmetrical face. Muscle relaxants have the ability to lift the brow and assist in creating symmetry.

Crow's Feet

Lines that occur at the outside corners of the eyes when we smile or laugh. These lines are also known as our “smile lines”.

Bunny Lines

Lines that occur on the upper nose from repetitive scrunching of the nose muscle when we laugh or smile. These lines appear as horizontal lines forming across the sides of the nose.

Gummy Smile

The gummy smile is caused by movement of the mouth or smiling, which can show an excessive amount of teeth or upper gum.

Lip Lines

Vertical lip lines that occur with general movement of the mouth, also referred to as ‘smoker’s lines’.

Chin

Ageing can cause a line to form between the bottom lip and chin, creating an arch like appearance. This is referred to as the ‘mental crease’. Dimpling can also occur in this area.

Jaw Reshaping

The ‘masseter’ muscles, which are used for chewing, can occasionally become enlarged creating the appearance of a wide or square jaw. Treatment here can relax the muscles and reduce the volume in this area, giving a more oval appearance. This treatment can also assist with teeth grinding.

Hyperhidrosis (overactive sweat glands) is treated at selected clinics only*. Visit your nearest clinic to find out more information.

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