Below are some useful questions and answers about our treatments. If you have a question that isn’t covered, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be happy to talk you through the details.
No. Due to the current regulations and Scottish legislation on POM’s (prescription only medicines) we only train medically qualified and registered professionals.
Absolutely. Both our nurses are trained to masters level and are Independent Nurse Prescribers who can prescribe on your behalf once a face to face consultation has been done with your client. There is a fee for this service and can be discussed at the time.
Yes. We offer room rental for a charge of £30 per hour.
Yes. Advanced courses are offered to medics who have been injecting at foundation level for at least 6 months.
We ask that where you can you provide your own models, if you are going to establish an aesthetics business you should be able to source models on your own. In certain circumstances we can provide models if you are struggling. All models are charged cost price for the treatments they receive.
Yes we cover basic lip augmentation, marionette lines, nasolabial lines and the 3 main areas of Botox (Crows Feet, Frown Lines and Forehead Lines) within the foundation course.
Common areas where dermal fillers are used are lips, cheeks, chin, jaw, nose, temples, tear troughs, nasolabial & marionette lines. Hand rejuvenation filler is available upon consultation.
Because our range of dermal fillers are made with Hyaluronic Acid and this is naturally found within the body the risks of an allergic reaction is rare. Common side effects after filler procedures are swelling, redness, bruising, itching and tenderness all of which subside after a day or two.
With all our dermal filler procedures we use lidocaine numbing cream to numb the area to make the procedure as comfortable as possible, we also use Juvéderm filler which contains lidocaine making the procedure as painless as possible. Most people do not find it painful.
Most fillers last between 6 to 18 months depending on what product is used, we can discuss individual requirements prior to your treatment being carried out. There are also other factors in how long fillers last such as an individual’s metabolic rate, skin type, age, and lifestyle.
After having your filler treatment our nurses will go through the aftercare instructions with you, this includes (for the first 24-48 hours): not applying make up to the injection site, not using sunbeds/exposing the area to heat or sunlight, don’t have any facials/facial treatments and also don’t exercise as this can cause the filler to migrate.
This procedure is not painful, we use ultrafine needles to ensure comfort to our patients. Numbing cream is also applied to the areas being treated prior to injecting.
This varies from patient to patient; some people see results anywhere from day 2 but it can take up to 14 days to fully relax the muscles. A free top up is provided 2 weeks after your initial treatment if clinically required.
The results last typically 3-6 months depending on the individual and a variety of factors.
Yes. Botox has been FDA approved for the treatment of fine lines and wrinkles. People who should not get Botox are; anyone pregnant or breastfeeding and people with certain neurological conditions.
Side effects are rare, but they can include redness at the injection site, tenderness, headache, and slight bruising is also possible. All side effects subside after 24-48 hours.
We use both Allergan Botox and Azzalure personal preference can be discussed prior to your treatment.
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