Wrinkle Injections

If you're considering Botox, the most important considerations should be your safety, the expertise of your practitioner and the products being used. Our most important consideration is YOU – your safety, your results and our relationship with you. Choosing a highly qualified practitioner is key to receiving a safe treatment and achieving the best possible results. Wrinkle Relaxing Injections are the most popular non-invasive treatment in the UK and worldwide, with over one million people having undergone it. 

At The Private Clinic, we only work with registered, experienced practitioners, using the highest quality of approved products. We only offer tried and tested, fully approved medical products, produced by worldwide, renowned manufacturers, such as Allergan and Azzalure, and all of our injectable treatments are carried out by cosmetic doctors or nurse prescribers, who have undergone extensive additional training to qualify in prescribing Botox.

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We are the UK’s leading non-invasive and minimally invasive cosmetic group of clinics and have some of the most experienced practitioners in the industry. Our Doctors lead the way in perfecting the most natural looking results and we don't believe anyone need experience the infamous ‘frozen’ face associated with anti-wrinkle injections. We’re proud to share that our referral rate and repeat visits are at an all time industry high – after all, word of mouth travels a long way.

All of our Clinics are registered with the Care Quality Commission and The Independent Healthcare Advisory Services.

By coming to us for your Botox treatment, you can look forward to excellent results, knowing you’re in the safest hands out there.

What is Botox?

Botox is Allergan’s trade-name for the protein and neurotoxin Botolinum Toxin. The protein is used cosmetically as a muscle relaxing injection for the treatment of wrinkles.

The Problem

As we age, skin loses its elasticity, and dynamic wrinkles begin to form. Fine lines can make us look older than we are, or can ruin overwise healthy-looking skin.  

The Treatment

Botox is the most effective skin treatment for subtly tackling the appearance of deep lines and wrinkles. It also prevents new lines forming by relaxing the facial muscles and reducing excessive facial movements.

The Results

Lines and wrinkles will be smoothed out and you’ll be left with a youthful, glowing appearance.


None. You can go back to work with none of your friends or colleagues the wiser.

Medical Team

We have a leading UK dermatologist working alongside our team of highly experienced doctors and nurses to guide you through your anti-ageing options. Our medical team pride themselves on their vast knowledge and personal touch, and will work hard to achieve the results you deserve. 


  • What does the treatment involve?

    Very small amounts of Botulinum Toxin are injected into the target areas using a tiny needle. This blocks the impulse from the nerve to the facial muscles, reducing the contractions that cause wrinkles. Following the treatment the skin over the muscles looks smooth and even.

  • Does the injection hurt?

    The needle used is very fine and only a tiny amount of substance is used so pain is minimal. No sedation or local anaesthesia is required.

  • How long does the treatment take?

    Approximately fifteen minutes. You can then get straight back to work!

  • How soon will I see the results?

    You’ll start noticing improvements in two to three days. The overall effects will be visible in about a week.

  • How long will the results last?

    The effects can last from three up to six months, at which point you can book a top up treatment. Clinical studies indicate that this treatment has a cumulative effect, so you should need fewer injections as time goes on.

  • Are there any side effects?

    Only tiny amounts of Botulinum Toxin are used, so this treatment is not harmful. The most common side effects are temporary and localised bruising, slight redness of the skin and occasionally slight swelling at the injection site.