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Injection cosmetology

Injectables &

Felicity - NHS Midwife and Nurse Prescriber


Felicity - I am a senior midwife and nurse prescriber and have 10+ years experience working for the NHS. I have worked across a variety of healthcare settings in numerous and diverse roles and I am qualified and fully insured in advanced aesthetics.


I am able to advise, consult, prescribe, supply and administer injectable aesthetics treatments. I am passionate about empowering the patients in my care, and maintaining high professional standards at all times. I pride myself on being ethical and conscientious practitoner and believe safety is paramount.  

Before and After Photos

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Anti Wrinkle Injections

Botulinum toxin injections are one of the most popular treatments for fine lines and wrinkles in the upper part of the face. Botulinum toxin works by relaxing the small muscles of the face to produce a softer, younger look.

Botulinum toxin is ideally suited to the upper one third of the face where wrinkles are made by muscle movement. A few tiny injections can soften the movement and reduce the lines. In the lower part of the face botox can be used to treat an enlarged masseter muscle (from teeth clenching or grinding), gummy smile, a downturned mouth, nasal flaring, and platysmal bands in the neck.

Botulinum toxin can also be used to treat excessive armpit sweating.

Complimentary Consultation Prior to any treatment

Treatment Time : 30 Mins

Treatments required every 3 - 9 months depending on the client.

Dermal Filler

Dermal fillers are made from hyaluronic acid and are fantastic for volumising sagging tissue, improving contours, lifting sagging jowls and improving fine lines and wrinkles. They can give full face transformation results with minimal down time and minimal discomfort. 

Fillers are made of varying concentrations of hyaluronic acid. Different products are placed in different parts of the face depending on the tissue needs. Fillers can help to support tissue in areas where bony resorption is taking place at an accelerated pace such as the temples and mandible. They can replace fat loss in important, structurally supportive parts of the face like the cheeks, and they can help lift back sagging tissue to help support an ageing jawline and jowls. 

Complimentary consultation Prior to any treatment

Treatment Time : Area Dependant. 15 Mins - 1 hour

Treatment required every 9 - 18 months

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