Welcome to Neath Botox Clinic. The clinic has recently relocated from Cimla in Neath to Llandarcy, just next to Jct 43 on the M4. New location
Botox For Wrinkles Neath (Dysport, Vistabel, Azzalure, Xeomin, Reloxin)
(from £99) – Botox is the trade name by which Botulinum Toxin A is widely known. It works by paralysing the small muscles for a period lasting a few months. If the muscles can not move, wrinkles are prevented, as they are a direct results of contracting forehead, eye and mouth muscles. Botox can be injected into specific muscles and depending on how thick or strong the muscles are, a specific dosage of botox will be required. It is most effective for dynamic wrinkles (wrinkles on movement). Botox is less effective on static wrinkles (wrinkles at rest).
Botox can be used on the following areas easily:
- Forehead Lines Botox
- Glabellar Lines (Frown) Botox
- Crow’s Feet (side of the eyes) Botox
- Infra-orbital lines (below the eyes – subject to skin condition)
- Peri-oral lip lines (lipstick bleed lines – sometimes combined with dermal fillers)
- Chin puckering
- Nasal flaring
What types of wrinkles are there?
Wrinkles on the forehead most commonly appear in two ways:
As vertical lines just above the nose, often referred to as “the elevens”; or horizontal rows across the forehead. The “elevens”, or glabellar lines, result from squinting, scowling, worrying or just plain thinking.
The horizontal lines may result from normal animation while talking, or from holding the brows up with the primary muscle of the forehead (the frontalis) during times of stress, or just naturally. These lines are primarily the result of continual muscle contraction and can become very deep over time.
How does Botox work?
This revolutionary anti-ageing treatment, commonly known as Botox (BOtulinum TOXin), but approved for cosmetic use under the brand name, Vistabel, is the most popular such treatment in the world, prescribed by doctors to eliminate wrinkles in the upper third of the face. This includes forehead lines, frown lines between the eyebrows and crows’ feet around the eyes. Very fine needles are used so there is no scarring and you can resume your usual activities immediately after treatment.
How many Botox treatment sessions will I need?
Botox works within a few days but can take as long as 14-21 days for the full paralysing effects to show through. Botox anti-wrinkle injections are not permanent, so we recommend repeat treatments at 3-6 monthly intervals to maintain the effects. Thousands of these treatments are performed every year, with astonishing results – noticeable from 2-14 days afterwards and lasting several months. To complement the lasting results of the treatment, we recommend the use of SPF30 sun protection cream, available at all pharmacists.
Are there side effects of Botox For Wrinkles?
The pain associated with injections is mild and no local anaesthetic is required. The needles used are very fine and approximately the same diameter as a coarse human hair.You will be able to drive and engage in all of your usual daily activities immediately after your injections. You may develop slight bruising at the injection sites, but otherwise there will be no visible signs of your skincare treatment. In rare cases, the botox can migrate to nearby muscles, causing some weakness, such as drooping of the upper eyelid. This is a temporary side effect, lasting for a few weeks at most.
Dermal Fillers / Skin Fillers (Restylane, Juvederm, Hydrafill, Teosyal, Boletero)
(from £239) – Dermal skin fillers are known by various brand names (e.g. Restylane is made by Q-Med from Sweden and Juvederm is made by Allergan) depending on the manufacturer. There are a few leading brands which have got the most clinical data supporting their efficacy, and they have all shown to be non-allergenic and integrate into skin easily and without causing any reactions. They consist of synthesised non-animal hyaluronic acid. This is a natural component in skin collagen (the part of the skin that gives it bounce). So over time, usually 6-12 months, the filler material is slowly absorbed back into the skin tissue. Dermal skin fillers are used in the nasolabial area (laughter lines) and to reduce the appearance of moderate to severe facial lines (wrinkles or creases). Fillers are most often used in the lips to give them a fuller and plumper appearance. They can also be injected into the skin at various depths to fill out fine and moderate skin creases.
Lip Fillers (Lip Enhancement, Lip Plumping)
(from £269) – Lip fillers are also known by various brand names (e.g. Restylane Lipp made by Q-Med Sweden, Radiesse made by Bioform Medical). Lip plumping can be done using permanent or non-permanent fillers. The difference between the lip fillers and the skin fillers is the number of cross-linked molecules per ml. In lip fillers, the number of molecules is 2-3 times higher allowing a more fluid look, which prevents lumps and uneven points.
Lip enhancement usually lasts for a slightly shorter time period than skin fillers, anything between 5-9 months. In some people it does last longer but this is difficult to predict.
The best thing is you will see the difference immediately, as the procedure is carried out, so you will leave the clinic with fuller, crisper lips.