Wrinkle Relaxing Injections (WRI)

Botulinum Toxin Type A is a prescription only medication and is cited as the most widely used cosmetic medical treatment for facial lines and wrinkles. In the UK, Most commonly area’s treated are crow’s feet, frown lines & forehead creases. Often used successfully in combination with other rejuvenation treatments such as those offered by Wendy Dudley.

This treatment can only be prescribed legally by doctors and nurse prescribers after a face to face consultation.

Ladies
1 Area – £125
2 Area – £198
3 Area – £250

 

Gents
1 Area – £140
2 Area – £240
3 Area – £300

 

Additional Area(s)from £35

Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating) from £350

WRI is a formulation of botulinum toxin type A derived from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. The active ingredient in WRI is a protein that blocks the release of acetylcholine and relaxes muscles. When facial muscles are relaxed the skin above them tends to smooth out, giving you a less lined appearance. WRI has been used for various conditions for over 15 years in 60 countries.
WRI used in cosmetic practice is typically injected into the facial area. These injections relax the underlying muscles, preventing the action of muscle contraction on the skin. This includes treatment of glabellar lines (the lines you get between the eyebrows), the forehead and around the eyes (crows’ feet).

WRI is currently licensed in the UK for a variety of other indications such as excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), uncontrollable blinking (blephrospasm), movement disorders (cervical dystonia), paediatric cerebal palsy, and limb spasticity. It is also a useful treatment for migraines.

You will be consulted and treated by Wendy Dudley. Wendy will advise you about what is possible in terms of treatment and answer any questions you may have.

You will be asked to fill in a short medical history and both the benefits and possible side-effects of treatment will be discussed. You will be asked to sign a consent form and will be photographed prior to being injected. The photographs will be kept in your medical records for future reference and will not be used in promotional or advertorial material without your express consent.

Treatments are carried out in a clinical environment. You will be asked to lie down comfortably whilst you are treated. The needles used in administering WRI are extremely fine so discomfort is kept to a minimum. The injections are relatively quick too, so if you do feel them they are soon over with.
The results of your treatment may take up to 14 days, however many people see a reduction in their lines and wrinkles 3 -5 days post-treatment.
The majority of WRI treatments last for 3 – 4 months. It is worth noting that the first treatment may be evident for a shorter length of time, e.g. 3 months, but once you have been treated again, you are more likely to see the results lasting longer.
Repeat injections are needed every 3 – 6 months. Clinical trials report that people who have regular treatment over a 12 month period may only need further injections twice a year.
Wendy is a very experienced, sympathetic practitioner who has delivered thousands of WRI treatments, with outstanding results.
She is an Independent Nurse Prescriber (I.N.P) which means she has registered status to prescribe this medicine.

Please note that many nurses offering the same services are working illegally and are not licensed to do so. Always check that the nurse or midwife is a registered prescriber. If you are in any doubt contact the Nursing and Midwifery Council (www.nmc-uk.org), General & Registration Enquiries 0207 333 9333.