Botox London, Hertfordshire & Essex
Botox Service Based in
Hertfordshire, Essex and
I am a local fully qualified beauty therapist, offering Botox BoCouture (anti-aging, anti-wrinkle injections) in Hertfordshire, Essex and London. I have a private treatment room in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire.
Having qualified as a internationally recognised Level 4 VTCT Laser & IPL therapist, together with additional training for microneedling, scalp micropigmentation, skin camouflage, Level 5 laser tattoo and benign pigmented lesion removal, and anti-wrinkle injections, I have performed many treatments on happy clients over the last 7 years.
Initially working in a salon in Radlett in Hertfordshire, I now run my own business from a private treatment room in Hertfordshire as well as a clinic in Liverpool Street, and also Fulham, SW London.
I trained for Botox anti-wrinkle injections with a UK CPD accredited company using their recommended product BoCouture, which is the German equivalent.
Anti-wrinkle injections are available for frown lines, forehead and crows feet.
What is Botox and how does it
Botox is a drug made from botulin, used medically to treat certain muscular conditions and cosmetically to remove wrinkles by temporarily paralysing facial muscles. Botox itself is a brand name for an anti-wrinkle injectable, but there are many other brands offering the same, such as BoCouture, Dysport, Xeomin and Evolus’s Jeuveau.
Legally in the UK, a registered prescriber must prescribe Botox or alternatives to non-medical aesthetic practitioners. I work with a doctor who prescribes through Wigmore Medical Ltd.
Results from Botox kick in from 7-10 days after treatment and can last up to 3-6 months.
Please note that I use BoCouture which is the German equivalent to Botox.
Botox BoCouture Hertfordshire, Essex & London Pricing
Below is my extremely competitive pricing anti-wrinkle injectable Treatments
Further discounts available for group bookings. Please get in touch.
Below are some common questions that are frequently asked about botox anti-wrinkle injectables.
Can everyone have Botox?
No. You can’t have Botox done if you have any of the following conditions:
- If you have a Botox allergy
- If you have an infection where Botox will be injected
- If you have breathing, swallowing, or bleeding problems
- If you have a muscle or nerve disorder
- If you recently had or will have some sort of surgery
- If you are pregnant or breast-feeding
How long does it last?
Botox normally lasts 3-5 months but results will vary from person to person. If you exercise, the blood is pumping through the muscles more so therefore the toxin is broken down faster.
Are there any side effects?
It is normal to have some bleeding and bruising and mild pain at the injection site afterwards. Do not worry though, this is normal. Bruising is more common around the eye area were there are more blood vessels. If you do get any bruising, this normally goes within 2-3 days. Contrary to popular belief, a Botox bruise is not a sign of a botched Botox job. Bruising after Botox, or ‘postinjection ecchymosis’, can occur even with the most skilled Botox technician. There are 2 types of Botox bruises: immediate bruising and delayed bruising. Immediate bruising shows up a few hours after the injection, while delayed bruising can take 1-2 days (sometimes 3) before you see it on your skin. Bruising will normally go within a week and this can be covered with makeup.
Is Botox safe?
It is common to perhaps think Botox can be unsafe because of the “tox” or “toxin” part of its name. Botox, or “botulinum toxin type A,” just sounds like a dangerous poison. Well it is a poison and the botulinum toxin is one of the most powerful neurotoxins that exist. However, you can relax because the botulinum toxin type A used for Botox is meticulously purified and created in a lab setting. Very small amounts of Botox is used for cosmetic treatments (20-50 units compared to 100-400 units for cerebral palsy), making Botox very safe indeed.
Does it hurt?
Having Botox only takes a few minutes and doesnt require any numbing cream. If you have a very low pain threshold you may want to take some Paracetomol before you arrive. Make sure you don’t take Aspirin though.
Can I go back to work afterwards?
Yes – you may have some red lumps immediately after but these will subside within 20 minutes or so.
What aftercare or other advice is there?
You should avoid alcohol starting at least one week before the procedure and also don’t consume any large amounts straight after. You should also stop taking any anti-inflammatory medications or Aspirin two weeks before your treatment to reduce any bruising that can occur. Do not rub or massage the injected area(s) for 4 hours after treatment, including facials. Do not do any strenuous exercise for 24 hours after treatment. Keep upright for the first 4 hours — no lying on your front. An ice pack can also reduce any risk of bruising.
What if I am not happy with the results?
A free adjustment / top up is available from 2-4 weeks after your first treatment, only if required. I will not see you until it has completely settled after 2 weeks. Top-ups need to be done before 4 weeks otherwise the normal price will apply if you want more product injected.
Why not host your own Botox evening with your friends and earn commission? If you can get a minimum of 3 Botox patients, I will come to your home or place of work and treat you all on the same day. You will earn 10% commission.
Subject to location – please get in touch.