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Aesthetics Services for everyone

  • Botox 1 zone: woman £ 99, man £ 110
  • Botox 2 areas: woman £ 150, man £ 170
  • Botox 3 areas: woman £ 190, man £ 210
  • Cryolipolysis £120 per session
  • RRS therapy £80-£120 per session (packages available)
  • Hyperhydrosis armpits, hands, feet £ 210
  • Fillers Juvederm, Restylane, Teosyal: 1 ml from £190
  • Teosyal Ultimate, Voluma, SubQ from £ 450
  • Sculptra £ 270
  • Radiesse from £ 250
  • Glycolic Peeling independent of the concentration £ 80
  • TCA including post procedure kit £ 450
  • Mesotherapy £ 100
  • Medical Dermaroller from £ 170
  • Hydrobalance, Redensity £ 150
  • Cosmelan £ 350.00
Special Offer:

Wrinkle relaxing injections – Fourth area on the face – FREE*
Second syringe of any dermal filler 30% off**

* applies to bunny lines, smoker’s lines, hyperactive chin and gummy smile if you pay for 3 areas.
** applies only if both syringe are used during single appointment. Discount applies to cheaper product if two different products are to be injected.

Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

Q:After Botox, will I always have to repeat injections?

No, treatment with botulinum toxin can be cancelled at any time and will look better than before the procedure for some time.

Q:Are medical beauty treatments painful?

They should not be too uncomfortable, because some form of anesthesia is always used- ice packs, topical anesthetic cream, infiltrative anaesthesia and in addition most of the fillers have some local anaesthetic in their composition.

Q:How long do the effects of Botox last?

About 3 -6 months, with regular use the effects of subsequent treatments last longer.

Q:How long do the effects of the treatment with hyaluronic acid last?

Depending on the density of the product, the site of injection, the patient’s lifestyle, etc. – from 4 to 18 months.

Q:After aesthetic medicine procedures can I immediately resume normal activities?

In most cases – yes. It is sometimes possible to develop redness at the site of injection, swelling or slight bruising, which are normal reactions to injections. Mineral make-up correction can be applied immediately after procedure.

Q:Can you do aesthetic medicine procedures at any time of year?

With the exception of some chemical peels and laser treatments, yes. Although after all treatments involving injections, tanning and excessive sun exposure should be avoided, to eliminate the risk of developing discolorations at sites of injections.

Q:How should I prepare myself for the procedure?

You do not need to prepare yourself in any particular way. It is important though not to take blood thinners for a few days before treatment. You can also obtain the arnica cream or vitamin K cream and apply a few days before surgery, to minimize the risk of bruising.

Q:Can one syringe of a filler be divided and used by two people?

Absolutely not. Whilst many manufacturers’ packaging contains 2 needles for every 1ml syringe of a filler, there is spare in case of blunting the first needle, in the case of multiple injections or in the event of a failure of the first needle. Note that a change of needles does not protect against infection with major diseases (including HIV and hepatitis B and C), because before injecting, the practitioner needs to aspirate (pull back the plunger) to make sure that material can be safely deposited. If you notice that the person performing the procedure is not using a syringe from a sealed package you should immediately cancel the procedure and report that fact.

Q:After lip augmentation, will my lips be swollen and if yes, for how long?

Indeed, lips tend to be a bit swollen following the procedure. The swelling may last up to 48 hours and then resolve spontaneously. So do not worry, when your lips immediately after the procedure seems a bit too big. Swelling is a natural reaction to the injection of filler in this part of the face.

Q:I read that botox can sink to the eyelid?

This is a rare transient complication that is associated with improper injection of material or non-patient compliance to aftercare instructions (not to bend or lie down for 4 hours after surgery!).
It is therefore important to choose a doctor with years of experience in the performance of wrinkle relaxing injections in order to avoid this unpleasant complication.

Q:What are the contraindications to performing aesthetic surgery?

Aesthetic medicine procedures should not be received by: pregnant women, breastfeeding women, people with autoimmune diseases, neuromuscular disorders of any type, local skin infections. Before each surgery, aesthetic medicine practitioner should carry out a detailed medical history questionnaire.

RRS Therapies

What are RRS therapies? RRS are grade 3 injectable implants that can treat various skin conditions. All RRS products contain non cross linked hyaluronic acid and are enriched with multiple active ingredients to combat main skin problems. RRS HA Eyes (2014 winner of best injectable product for the eye area in category “Aesthetic Dermatology”. It’s Read more…


What is Cryolipolysis (fat freezing)? Cryolipolysis is a non-invasive procedure that guarantees inch loss inthose areas of the body that do not respond to diet and exercise. The procedure is most effective in removing fat from the abdomen, love handles (flanks), inner/outer thighs and back. It uses cold temperature (between -5 and -10 degrees Celsius) Read more…


What is Radiesse? Radiesse is a dermal filler based on calcium hydroxyapatite, which in addition to filling out the tissues can stimulate body’s own collagen synthesis. This product is 100% biocompatible and subject to natural decomposition in the tissues – therefore fully secure. Radiesse is mainly used for correction of nasolabial folds, marionette lines, hands Read more…

Hydrobalance and mesotherapy

Hydrobalance and mesotherapy – how do they work? Preparations such as Juvederm Hydrate, Restylane Vital and Restylane Vital Light are designed for people whose problem is dry skin. These products do not fill tissue by adding volume, but restore long lasting, deep hydration and can be successfully used on the face, neck, decolletage and hands. Read more…


What is Sculptra? Sculptra is a collagen stimulant, giving the effect of soft tissues lift and volumizing. Sculptra can rejuvenate the face, aged hands or neck, while maintaining a very natural look. The treatment involves injecting a solution of L polylactic acid in selected areas. Effects are visible after a few weeks and last about Read more…


What are fillers? Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of skin and at the same time its basic building block. With age the amount of it decreases and the remaining hyaluronic acid becomes of poorer quality. The visible result is dry, slack skin. Over time skin develops lines and wrinkles; cheeks and lips are not Read more…

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