Greatly reduce signs of ageing
Fancy turning the clock back a few years? Small doses of Botox or Azzalure are injected into areas of your face where the collagen has been weakened and the muscles have become hyperactive. This will greatly reduce frown lines, forehead lines and crows feet, as well as drooping eyebrows. The Botox relaxes the face by preventing muscles from contracting and allowing wrinkles to form. Treatment takes just 15 minutes, there’s no down time and you’ll look significantly younger with smoother skin and fewer wrinkles.
Natural looking results
When it comes to Botox or Azzalure treatment, less is more. Dr. Bita Fox uses a light touch to give your face a more youthful definition, but without compromising on your ability to express yourself. You’ll still be able to smile, frown and act surprised. Her extensive knowledge of facial structure and aesthetics combined with 17 years of experience in injection techniques , means she can deliver effective treatment safely to help you look naturally younger.
Will it hurt?
Patients usually suffer no discomfort. A very fine needle is used and it simply feels the same as any other injection. You may have a headache following treatment and you might be bruised where the needle was inserted, but these settle down very quickly.
Is it safe?
Brand names such as Botox, Azzalure and Bocouture are recognised as some of the safest cosmetic treatments. Botox for instance is FDA approved and has been used in medical procedures for over 20 years.
When will it start to work?
You will notice a difference in your appearance 3 to 5 days following the treatment, but the full effects will be seen 10 to 12 days after the treatment.
How long does Botox or Azzalure last?
You can expect the effects to last for up to 4 months, but some people experience it wearing off in three months. Having a top up injection every 3-4 months will prevent lines and wrinkles from reappearing.
Can anybody have Botox?
Botox is suitable for men and women. It is not recommended for pregnant women and women who are breastfeeding.