Botulinum (botox) & dermal fillers (hyaluronic acid)

Facial lines and wrinkles can be caused by numerous factors. It is not only exposure to the sun and free radicals that damages our skin. Squinting or looking hard at something, for example, causes the small muscles between our eyebrows to contract. This produces frown lines. Botulinum toxin relaxes facial muscles and effectively reduces the appearance of wrinkles to produce a youthful appearance. We only use top-quality botulinum toxin (botox) from leading manufacturers.

Botulinum toxin (botox)

Lines and furrows caused by excessive facial expressions can be effectively softened and eliminated without surgery and without scars. The botulinum toxin (botox) we use for this treatment stems from leading international manufacturers. Typical areas for treatment with botulinum toxin (botox) include frown lines, forehead lines, crow’s feet around the eyes and other facial areas. The procedure can be done as day surgery and takes just 10 to 15 minutes. The treatment will take effect after 3-5 days and will then normally last for up to 6 months. The process can then be repeated. Regular therapy will lengthen the intervals between treatments. The advantage of this therapy is that it is quick and simple.

 

Treatment areas:
  • Face:
  • Frown lines
  • Crow’s feet
  • Forehead lines
  • Periorbital area
  • Etc.
  • Body:
  • Excessive sweating (armpits, palms, soles)

 

Dermal fillers (hyaluronic acid)

Your skin is the mirror of your soul and shows traces of time. As the years go by, the lines and furrows of your skin will get deeper and make your face look tired and stressed. Injections of hyaluronic acid (dermal filler) will give you an attractive appearance and a younger and smoother complexion. The filler restores definition to the face and simultaneously softens creases of the skin. Hyaluronic acid can be used in various areas. It can be used to add volume to cheeks and lips; it can be injected into nasolabial folds and frown lines and is also used to soften upper lip lines. The effect achieved normally lasts for 6-12 months. We only use hyaluronic acid from leading manufacturers with top quality standards.

 

Treatment areas:
  • Face:
  • Forehead
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Periorbital area
  • Lips
  • Etc.
  • Body:
  • Décolletage
  • Pressure zones (foot – Loub job*)
  • Etc.

 

PS: *Loub job (Louboutin surgery). This treatment has been dubbed after the famous shoe designer Christian Louboutin and his red-soled shoes. The procedure is designed for ladies who suffer with aching and painful feet when wearing high heels (stilettos) for long periods of time. The Loub job is an injection of dermal filler (hyaluronic acid) into the balls of the feet. Before the treatment, we apply a local anaesthetic to the area to minimise any discomfort. Normally, the procedure can be repeated after 6-9 months.

 

EXCESSIVE SWEATING (hyperhidrosis)

Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) is a common problem, especially of the armpits, soles and palms. In some cases it can affect your quality of life. Sweaty hands and unsightly sweat patches on clothes can profoundly affect self-confidence. When severe sweating interferes with daily activities, it can cause stress and embarrassment.

Excessive sweating – treatment with botulinum toxin

The areas affected by excessive sweating (armpits, palms, soles) can be effectively treated with botulinum toxin (botox). The botulinum is injected into the skin around the sweat glands. The treatment will take effect after 3-5 days and will normally last for up to 6 months. The process can then be repeated. Regular therapy will lengthen the intervals between treatments. The advantage of this therapy is that it is quick and simple.

Excessive sweating – treatment with sweat gland suction

Excessive sweating of the armpits (axillary hyperhidrosis) can be effectively treated with sustainable surgery. The procedure is carried out under local or general anaesthetic (as requested). A series of tiny incisions are made through which the sweat glands are removed. The incisions are then closed with fine stitches. We recommend that you wear a special compression garment after the procedure and that you avoid strenuous physical activity until the stitches are removed.