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Hill Street Clinic

[3400 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 1 Review(s)

Located on the island of Jersey, the Hill Street Clinic offers a range of facial aesthetic treatments including dermal fillers and wrinkle relaxing injections. The clinic is owned by Dr Gertrude Hu...[READ MORE]


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26 Hill Street, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 4UA

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B at Castle Quay

[3400 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 1 Review(s)

An Island based, Consultant delivered service. Offering high quality treatment for over 8 years. No nurses. No dentists. No false promises. High standards every step of the way.[READ MORE]


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Castle Quay Medical Practice, Rue De L'etau, St Helier, JE2 3EH

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Amala Aesthetics

[3401 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 8 Review(s)

Committed to the highest standards in aesthetic treatment, Amala Aesthetics offers a comprehensive range of customized unrivalled therapeutic and aesthetic treatment tools for optimum facial rejuv...[READ MORE]


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12 Halkett Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 4WG

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The Laser Centre Jersey

[3401 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 3 Review(s)

The Laser Centre Jersey offers a wide range of laser skin treatments plus some new cutting edge innovations; we use the latest Lynton Lumina Intense Pulse Light machines. We are happy to answer any qu...[READ MORE]


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Dynamic Health, St Helier, 28 Clarendon Road, St Helier, JE2 3YW

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Aesthetic Skin Clinic Jersey

[3401 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 1 Review(s)

The Aesthetic Skin Clinic led by Dr John Curran, is a group of independent, medical aesthetic clinics operating in the Channel Islands and Belfast.[READ MORE]


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Suite 3.03, Lido Medical Centre, St. Saviours Road, Jersey, JE2 7LA

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VIDA Health & Aesthetics

[3401 miles from ]

Our Clinic is committed to transforming the lives of our patients by providing the highest quality, world-class cosmetic surgery, and Non-Surgical personalised treatment plans and unrivalled post-op...[READ MORE]


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Lido Medical Centre. Suite 3.2, St Saviours Road, Channel Islands, Jersey, JE2 7LA

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Guernsey Laser and Aesthetics Clinic

[3420 miles from ]

Guernsey Laser and Aesthetic Clinic is a secure, private and highly confidential Clinic in the heart of St Peter Port on the lovely island of Guernsey. The Guernsey clinic is owned and run by Debb...[READ MORE]


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Le Foulon Business Centre, Le Foulon Road, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1YR

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Aesthetic Skin Clinic Guernsey

[3420 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 3 Review(s)

The Aesthetic Skin Clinic led by Dr John Curran, is a group of independent, medical aesthetic clinics operating in the Channel Islands and Belfast. It is ASC's promise to deliver state of the art adva...[READ MORE]


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Albert House, South Esplanade, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1AW

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MEDfacials

[3486 miles from ]

MEDfacials is a Aesthetic doctor and GP led clinic in Cornwall. Our goal is to provide both a superior customer experience and tremendous value for our customers.[READ MORE]


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Kent House, St. Clement Street, Truro, TR1 1EQ

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Aesthetic Solutions

[3486 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 2 Review(s)

Aesthetic Solutions is located in Truro, offering a wide variety of treatments such as Muscle Relaxing Injections, Dermal Fillers, Rejuvenating Skincare, Medical Prescription Skincare, Electrolysis,...[READ MORE]


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196a Bodmin Road, Truro, TR1 1RB

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Skin Excellence Clinics Plymouth

[3488 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 7 Review(s)

Dr Ian Strawford, owner of Skin Excellence Clinics has been providing the highest quality, safest, non-surgical cosmetic treatments in the South and South West for over 11 years.[READ MORE]


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First Floor, 4 The Crescent, Plymouth, PL1 3AB

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Eden Clinic

[3489 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 10 Review(s)

As a CQC registered Doctor with over 8 years doing medical aesthetic treatments and training from some of the best aesthetic doctors in the UK, you can be sure you're in safe hands. I love hel...[READ MORE]


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23 Mayflower Street, Plymouth, PL1 1QJ

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Maison Aesthetique

[3491 miles from ]

Maison Aesthetique is located in Totnes, Devon. Dr Rupal Fatania has been providing a variety on non-surgical aesthetic treatments for over ten years. The small and personable team pride themselves...[READ MORE]


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1 Castle Street, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5NU

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Austin Brewer Facial Aesthetics

[3506 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 7 Review(s)

At Austin Brewer Facial Aesthetics, we use the most advanced techniques along with industry world-leading products. We are proud to achieve only the most natural results. Your well-being is always ...[READ MORE]


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48 Princess Road, Westbourne, Bournemouth, Poole, BH12 1BH

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Coastal Skinthetics Ltd

[3506 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 7 Review(s)

Meet Tracy Cullen, Clinical Director, Save Face accredited Practitioner and Founder of Coastal Skinthetics. Tracy is a qualified, registered independent Nurse Prescriber (RGN. INP.) with 30+ years...[READ MORE]


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21 Blandford Rd, Poole, BH15 4AS

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Emma Lee Aesthetics

[3506 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 5 Review(s)

Emma Lee aesthetics clinic is a Nurse led treatment service for those wishing to improve their appearance naturally without the need of surgery. [READ MORE]


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33 Caledon Road, Poole, BH149

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River Aesthetics Dorset

[3506 miles from ]

Award-winning advanced aesthetic doctors, global trainers, international speakers, and former general practitioners; Dr. Charlotte Woodward and Dr. Victoria Manning specialise in non-surgical treatm...[READ MORE]


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Unit 1, The Old Sorting Office, 5 Albert Road, Bournemouth, BH1 1AX

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Elizabeth Harris Medical Cosmetics

[3507 miles from ]

Elizabeth Harris, Aesthetic Nurse specialist on the Isle of Wight, is a Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Nursing (BN HONS) degree and an Independent Nurse Pr...[READ MORE]


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44 Hilton Road, Gurnard, Cowes, PO31 8JB

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South Coast Aesthetic Clinic

[3507 miles from ]

Great pride and joy is taken at South Coast Aesthetic Clinic in offering not only the finest beauty products and anti-ageing treatments, but also in providing the highest level of quality in customer.[READ MORE]


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South Coast Aesthetic Clinic, Suite B (First floor), Stephen House, 23a Bargates, Christchurch, BH23 1QD

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Rediscovered Skin Clinic

[3507 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 6 Review(s)

Rediscovered Skin Clinic are specialists in medical aesthetic treatments, anti-ageing injections, skin and laser treatments, and the leading cosmetic clinic in Bournemouth, delivering reliability an...[READ MORE]


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15a Smugglers Lane South, Christchurch, BH234NG

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The Bournemouth Laser Clinic

[3507 miles from ]

Our highly experienced team here at The Bournemouth Laser and Skincare Clinic can help change your life through innovative, non-invasive treatments. We are a reputable laser and skincare clinic situat...[READ MORE]


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Bh Medical Aesthetics, 11 Shepherds Way, Castle Dean, Bournemouth, BH7 7JY

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Tajmeel Clinic

[3508 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 7 Review(s)

Tajmeel Clinic is the leading hair transplant, replacement,DHI clinic in the the south west, Uk, Dorset . we are excited to provide men and women with the best, most gentle and least invasive FUE/...[READ MORE]


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6 Kingswell Road, Bournemouth, BH10 5DH

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3D Lipo Eastbourne

[3508 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 3 Review(s)

In a day and age where appearance, beauty and presentation is so personally embraced, 3D Lipo Eastbourne will bring your inner beauty out and make you feel more confident in your life. Treatments such...[READ MORE]


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2 Hyde Court, 22 Hyde Gardens, Eastbourne, BN21 4PU

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Tamar Cosmetics Doctor

[3508 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 3 Review(s)

We offer tailored and individual treatment plan based on a holistic analysis of your skin,one that aligns with your goals. As a doctor, I use safe and effective skin treatments to restore and enhanc...[READ MORE]


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The Coach House, Sprytown, Lifton, PL16 0AY

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River Aesthetics Hampshire

[3508 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 10 Review(s)

Award-winning advanced aesthetic doctors, global trainers, international speakers, and former general practitioners; Dr Charlotte Woodward and Dr Victoria Manning specialise in non-surgical treatmen...[READ MORE]


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6 The Mews, 41-43 Gosport Street, Lymington, Bournemouth, SO41 9BB

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Dr Hemba Medical Aesthetics Limited

[3509 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 1 Review(s)

At Dr Hemba Medical Aesthetics Limited we aim to deliver the highest quality cosmetic treatments in an ethical and responsible manner using highly trained medical aesthetic practitioners.[READ MORE]


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Gatcombe House, Copnor Road, Portsmouth, PO3 5EJ

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A Little Enhancement

[3509 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 9 Review(s)

We are an official Allergan aesthetics clinic situated in a discrete location in Exmouth. We offer a wide range of anti ageing and skin treatments. We are nurse led and all Injectables are p...[READ MORE]


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Brook House, Winslade Park, Manor Drive, Clyst St Mary, Exeter, EX5 1FY

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Helen Hunt Aesthetics and Skin Care

[3510 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 5 Review(s)

Helen Hunt Aesthetics is a Registered Aesthetic Nurse Specialist, qualified to Masters Level in cosmetic medicine. Helens personal approach puts you first and aims to provide honest,comprehensive ...[READ MORE]


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34 Denmark Rd, Exeter, EX1 1SE

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Annas Aesthetics

[3510 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 10 Review(s)

We provide a friendly, relaxed and professional service. Please feel free to contact either of us if you would like any advice regarding any of our treatments or if you would like to book a free c...[READ MORE]


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77b Castle Road, Southsea, Portsmouth, PO5 3AY

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Skin Southwest

[3511 miles from ]

5 out of 5

From 1 Review(s)

Skin Southwest is passionate about choosing bespoke tailor made treatment plans for all our Clients based on their concerns.[READ MORE]


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Sommerville House, 30 Southernhay East, Exeter, EX1 1NS

What Is Botox?

Botox is the brand name for botulinum toxin type A, a muscle relaxer that's been used for decades to treat a variety of medical conditions and for cosmetic reasons. Botox injections are made from onobotulinum toxin type A.

Botox is most commonly used as an injectable cosmetic treatment to smooth the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles, most commonly to reduce forehead wrinkles and forehead lines, crow's feet and frown lines. It can also be used to treat medical conditions and certain disorders such as chronic migraines and headaches, excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), overactive bladder and a lazy eye. For a more detailed view of what Botox is and how it works please click here to read our Botox FAQ.

How Does Botox Work?

Botox is a purified protein that’s injected into muscles to relax them by blocking certain chemical signals from nerves that cause muscle contractions. It’s made from Clostridium botulinum toxin and has been used for medical and cosmetic purposes since the 1980s. Botox injections are often used to temporarily relax the facial muscles that cause facial wrinkles, but it can also be helpful in treating other areas of the body, such as underarms, neck and hands.

Botox was originally discovered by scientists who were studying bacteria called Clostridium botulinum in the 1970s. This type of bacteria occurs naturally in soil and water, which means that if you eat food that contains it without properly cooking it first (like improperly prepared fish or eggs), you could become ill or even die! But when used properly by a medical practitioner such as a licensed doctor, dentist or nurse practitioner, this toxin can help eliminate wrinkles on your face while keeping them safe from harm too!

To find out more about how Botox works please read our full 'How Does Botox Work?' guide.

What Is Botulinum Toxin?

Botox is a brand name for onobotulinumtoxin type A (botulinum toxin), a neurotoxic protein that is injected into specific muscles with a thin needle to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Botulinum Toxin injections prevent the release of certain chemical signals and messengers coming from nerves which provide a temporary reduction in muscle contraction and movement.  

Other brands of botulinum toxin available in the UK include Bocouture, Azzalure, Letybo and Nuceiva. New brands are emerging, but these are currently the most well-established and widely used. They are all approved for cosmetic use in adults.

What Areas Can Be Treated With Botox?

Botox can be used to treat a variety of conditions. Some of the most common uses for Botox include:

It can also be used to treat:

For more detailed information on the areas that can treat Botox please view our guide.

What Does A Botox Treatment Feel Like?

You will feel nothing at all when Botox is being injected into your skin. It is a very quick process, and patients typically feel no pain during their treatment. The entire procedure takes only a few minutes to complete and involves an injection of a small amount of Botox into the area that needs it. The medication works to temporarily relax muscles that cause wrinkles, which gives you smoother skin for up to four months before any further treatments are needed.

What Are The Risks Of Having Botox Injections?

  • Allergic reactions: A small percentage of people develop an allergic reaction to Botox. However, an allergic reaction to Botox is very rare. Symptoms can include redness, burning, itching and swelling at the injection site. If you experience a severe reaction after getting Botox and have trouble breathing, double vision, or trouble swallowing, contact your medical practitioner immediately and seek medical attention.

  • Droopy eyelids: It's not uncommon for patients to develop droopy eyelids, also called ptosis, after getting Botox injections in their forehead area (glabellar). Apart from waiting, your medical practitioner can give you eyedrops to help with droopy eyelids or administer more Botox to counteract relaxed muscles. Droopy eyelids may negatively affect your confidence but will typically only last for four to six weeks.

  • Dry mouth: Masseter treatment with Botox could potentially cause temporary dry mouth. It's unlikely to cause such a side effect if you had a treatment in the upper face. Side effects like this more commonly occur among men than women and usually last only a few days following treatment, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). If dry mouth continues beyond that point or becomes unbearable while it lasts then you may need additional medication like lip balm or throat lozenges until it goes away completely - but don't worry - this isn't permanent!

How Soon Will I See The Results?

The process of Botox injection takes only a few minutes and you can return to your normal activities immediately.

The results of Botox will begin to be visible within days of the treatment, with the full effects being evident within two weeks.

How Long Do Results Last?

No one knows how long Botox lasts. It varies from person to person and from area to area. Generally speaking, it lasts between three and six months. The most important thing is not how long it lasts but whether or not you are happy with the results.

Who Can Have Botox Injections In ?

Botox is safe for most people, but there are some groups of people who should not have Botox.

  • People with certain neuromuscular disorders such as Myasthenia Gravis

  • People who are taking certain muscle relaxants and certain antibiotics

  • People with inflammation or infection at the potential treatment site

  • Pregnant women: The solution to this problem is simple - women who are pregnant should not take Botox.

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding. There is not enough data to suggest if it's safe to use botox while pregnant or breastfeeding, It is best to be on the safe side and avoid treatment while you are pregnant or breastfeeding

  • People with certain conditions: People with bleeding disorders, such as haemophilia or von Willebrand disease, should not have any kind of injectable medication because it can cause them to bleed excessively or even die from an internal haemorrhage or an injury caused by uncontrolled bleeding after injection. In addition, anyone who has had previous reactions to botulinum toxin (also known as Botox) injections or any other injectable medications should not receive another injection when it is done under local anaesthesia because those symptoms will return if you have another one and could be worse than before the first time around!

When Should I Start Getting Botox Injections?

It's best to start your treatment when you want to prevent the earliest visible fine lines and wrinkles from becoming deep and visible. While botox treatment has been approved for people age 18+, it’s best to start your treatment in your late twenties or early thirties, or when you begin to notice the early signs of ageing.

The best time to start is before you have wrinkles since it's easier to treat wrinkles when they're still developing.

How Long Does The Treatment Take?

Getting botox treatment takes only a few minutes but can vary depending on the treatment area. It's injected with a fine needle into the muscles after they are assessed on animation by your medical practitioner to help find the right injection points.

The treatment takes about 15-20 minutes.

Can I Go Back To Work In After Having Botox Injections?

Yes, you can go back to work after having Botox treatments. In fact, most people do just that! You rarely may have some mild bruising and swelling associated with the treatment. This is usually gone within a few days but if it doesn't go away or becomes worse, make sure to call your doctor.

It's important not to wear make-up for at least 24 hours. You can also use cold packs and arnica cream (available online) to reduce bruising, swelling and redness of the skin around your eyes.

What Should You Not Do After Treatment?

Staying out of the sun is important. You should also avoid the following:

  • Applying skin care products or makeup for the next 24 hours

  • Rubbing or massaging the treatment area 

  • Doing strenuous exercise that potentially can make you hot and sweaty

  • Going into saunas, spas, hot and steamy environment 

  • Using retin-A, alpha hydroxy or glycolic acids on your skin

If you have any questions, consult your Doctor in .

Will I Look Unnatural After Getting Injections Of Botox?

Botox will not make you look unnatural. It is possible to overdo Botox, but this would just result in an overly frozen appearance and not any sort of unnaturalness. The idea that Botox makes you look frozen is a myth, as the effect is actually very subtle and natural looking.

In terms of looking like a different person, the only way someone could tell is if they had seen you before getting Botox and then saw you again after it was injected—and even then it's hard to say if what they saw was really an undeniable difference or just something they "think" they see because they were told by someone else (or read on the internet) that there should be one! This can lead people into believing that their loved ones will suddenly transform completely once they start getting injections regularly—but there's no reason why this would happen unless those loved ones had already been anticipating such a drastic change beforehand... which seems unlikely given how subtle the effects are overall!

The same applies to age: If friends start noticing that everyone around them seems younger than usual (and therefore assume it must be due to something going on inside), maybe we need more Botox ourselves? No one can see themselves getting older in real-time anyway... so why worry about what other people might think?

Are There Side Effects To Getting Botox? Is Botox Safe?

Yes. However, the possible side effects are rare and usually only last a few days.

The most common side effect is bruising at the injection site. This can take anywhere from a few hours up to a week to go away with no permanent damage.

Other less common but more serious complications include:

  • Nerve injury affecting swallowing or breathing

  • Dry mouth (which usually goes away after about 3 weeks)

How Often Can I Have Botox Injections?

The answer to this question comes down to two factors: how long Botox takes to wear off and how quickly your muscles replenish themselves.

Botox will typically last between three months and four months. As soon as you stop getting injections, your muscles will start growing back to their normal strength; this process takes a few months.

Who Should You Trust To Do Your Injections In ?

  • Research a licensed doctor or nurse practitioner in .

  • Find a licensed doctor or nurse practitioner who has experience.

  • Find a  licensed doctor or nurse practitioner who is honest about what can be achieved with Botox and how long it lasts, as well as any potential side effects or complications.

  • Look for someone who isn't just going to do what you want because they think that's what you want them to say - this will save both of you future headaches down the road!

For more information see our full guide on Who Should You Trust To Do Your Botox?

How Much Does Botox Cost In ?

Botox is a popular procedure in and there are many options for clinics, doctors and their prices. It's important to look at your options before making a decision so that you are comfortable with what you pay for your Botox treatment.

Botox is generally more affordable than other cosmetic procedures like laser skin resurfacing or chemical peels because it only requires one visit every few months rather than multiple visits over several weeks or months straight (like laser treatments).

If comparing Botox vs facelift, Botox costs less than half as much as a facelift!

Please see our 'How Much Does Botox Cost?' for more detailed information.

Conclusion

There are many different types of Botox available in  , and each one can have different side effects and benefits vary depending on what you want to accomplish with the injections. This is a perfect example of why it’s so important to have a discussion with your medical practitioner before starting any treatment.

As always, if you have any questions you can use our Ask An Expert where you can ask for more advice direct from a trusted, experienced medical practitioner.

If you want to look for your nearest accredited and verified Botox clinic, use our local Botox clinic finder.

Not sure Botox treatment is right for you? We have lots of Botox FAQs, Botox videosBotox reviews and Botox before and after images for you as well as more guides on our main Botox FAQ page.