Wrinkle Treatments

We can help you look younger with anti-ageing wrinkle treatments

Wrinkles on the upper part of the face, around the eyes, nose and on the forehead are often of concern as they can give the impression of an aged appearance.  They can be treated alone but more commonly they are addressed as part of a whole face rejuvenation program. Wrinkle relaxing treatments are performed in Glasgow and Bothwell by our Medical Team made up of Dr’s Simon and Emma Ravichandran, Dr Paula Mann, Dr Sophie Johnston & RN Sarah Gillies.

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Wrinkle relaxing injections temporarily block the nerve signals that tell the muscles to move. This allows the overlying skin to smooth out. Wrinkle relaxing injections are famous for giving a ‘frozen’ or artificial result. At Clinetix our skilled medical practitioners perform treatments that can give a remarkable rejuvenating effect that looks completely natural.

Where can I have wrinkle relaxing injections?

The most common areas to treat are the frown lines between the eyes, the horizontal forehead lines and crows feet. In expert hands, we can use anti-wrinkle injections to help very fine lines just below the eye, lines on the side of the nose and also around the mouth. We can also use wrinkle fillers to relax some muscles to subtly alter the appearance of the face also, in areas like the chin, the nose, the neck and the jawline.

Although some clients may request a ‘frozen’ appearance, the majority of our clients prefer a natural, refreshed appearance. When you leave Clinetix your friends will ask you where you’ve been on holiday, not where you had your treatment!

Anti-wrinkle injections for medical conditions

We can also use wrinkle fillers to treat a number of medical conditions such as excessive sweating and migraines. For clients who suffer from excessive sweating (also known as Hyperhidrosis)
we can treat this by applying wrinkle filler injections into the area affected. This effectively switches off the sweat glands for up to 9 months and is usually extremely effective. Click here to find out more about treatments for excessive sweating.