Small quantities of Botulinum toxin are injected into selected facial muscles. This relaxes the muscles, thereby causing smoothing out of the skin above and minimises creases, lines and wrinkles. The most is common uses are on the forehead and around the eyes. However, it can be used on other areas, such as the neck, mouth, nose and hands. Used over a period of time it can also stop new wrinkles from forming. The effects are not permanent and this treatment does no long-term damage to the facial muscles. It merely causes the injected muscles to “hibernate” temporarily………more info
At Charlotte Freehand Aesthetics we use the two most popular brands of filler, Juvederm and Restylane. Both are formed predominately from Hyaluronic Acid (HA) which is a compound found naturally in your skin, that helps to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin to create a more youthful appearance…….
Derma roller can be used to help improve the appearance of the skin, and treat areas of acne scarring, sun damage, stretch marks, fine lines and wrinkles.
Although most commonly used on the face, this procedure can be used on any areas of the body prone to lines and sun damage, such as the décolleté.
Intramuscular Injections and Intravenous Vitamin Infusions
More than 1 in 3 people take daily supplements and we know they are certainly beneficial, however, few people realise that when you ingest vitamins by mouth, only 15% of the active nutrients may eventually find their way into your bloodstream…..
As a registered adult nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery council, I am also an active member of the Royal College of Nursing. I have been working in aesthetics since 2010 and have a special interest in non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as Botox, fillers, dermaroller and other anti ageing treatments. My background is in acute respiratory medicine working as a staff nurse in the NHS.