About Diane Gill
My name is Diane Gill. Through personal experience I know how important it is to look good for your age. Whether it’s the difference between getting that dream job and meeting your soul mate, first impressions are always important. I have been a qualified midwife for 14 years. This work gave me the competence to perform the aesthetic procedures with confidence. I completed extensive training with Medics Direct to gain my aesthetic practitioner qualification, and have carried out treatments on numerous satisfied clients.
I specialize in Anti Ageing injections and Dermal Filler treatments to enhance your natural beauty, Anti Ageing & Dermal Filler treatments can give you a fresh, appearance that gives you the confidence you deserve. I work as a mobile practitioner, enabling you to feel relaxed and comfortable within your own home. I am a friendly, professional person that will provide you with the support and information you require during your Anti Ageing or Dermal Filler Treatments, to feel safe in my hands.
Dermal fillers from Years Younger can be ideal for enhancing natural looks by restoring volume, creating softness and revitalising appearance. As the skin matures it loses its elasticity causing facial expressions to develop lines and hollows. Common examples are the lines at the side of the mouth from the nose to the sides of the mouth. Dermal fillers are safe inject-able gels which provide hydration and structure to smooth away the appearance of lines, wrinkles and creases, and enhance facial shape.
Botox® treatment is probably the better known aesthetic treatment. Allergan were the first manufacturers to achieve FDA approval for its use in reducing facial lines and own the Botox® trademark. Botulinum Toxin can also be used to reduce excessive sweating (Hyperhidrosis), teeth grinding(bruxism), wide jaw, gummy smile, migraines, large calves and is used in hospitals for bladder control and to reduce spasticity in muscles particularly for sufferers of cerebral palsy.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Botox is an anti wrinkle treatment and temporarily relaxes the muscle that causes an area of skin to crease. As a result, the offending wrinkle either fades or disappears altogether.
Botox can also be used to lift eyebrows and improve other areas of concern on the face.
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Mainly, the top half of face where wrinkles are deepened by frowning and smiling. How-ever, Botox also corrects crow’s feet, forehead lines, grooves above the upper lip.
Botox is also a very effective treatment for excessive sweating in the armpits or hands.
Initial effects appear within 2-5 days and continue to improve for two weeks, when they then reach optimal appearance.
I contact you one week after your treatment to determine if you require a free top-up injection. If necessary, this is administered around 14 days after the original treatment.
Normally Botox can last up to 3-4 months. 6 months in some cases. If you are being treated for hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) in the armpits, Botox usually lasts 8 months.
No. I use the small needles, so few customers experience even mild discomfort. Likewise, unlike some other practitioners, I am trained to use a high turnover of needles per client, so bruising is minimised.
For your preference, I can use ice or I can apply a local anaesthetic cream to minimise sensation.
Most definitely, but you can have the Botox treatment at the same time as your consultation.
Between four to six per area of treatment.
Normally, 10 minutes, new customers may require a 45-minute appointment.
Botox is used as an anti wrinkle treatment, to relax wrinkles in the upper half of the face. Dermal fillers plump areas of lost volume, such as nose to mouth lines, or to enhance lips.
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Botox is charged per each individual area requiring anti wrinkle treatment. If you need a top-up for the same injection, it is free of charge.
Not at all. I am trained to preserve and maintain eyebrow movement, which is the key to creating natural expressions.
Yes, when a qualified practitioner administers it. Doses of Botox are minuscule and over 450,000 UK procedures are performed each year. Allergic reactions are extremely rare.
There is little after care required. Immediately following treatment, you can enhance its effects by gently moving the treated area with mild facial exercises.
Two hours after treatment, it’s important not to rub the affected areas. For the succeeding 24 hours, don’t engage in any strenuous exercise, consume alcohol or experience prolonged sun exposure, whether natural or artificial.
Botox is broken down by the body during the first 48 hours of treatment, so does not accumulate in your system. Improved effects are visible with multiple treatments because the muscle is already relaxed from the previous session so your skin is creasing less and the wrinkles are not being reinforced.
Your face simply returns to how it was prior to treatment. So the answer is no.
Some, but most are related to the actual act of injecting the skin, not the product itself. These include: a little redness or swelling around the injection site (which vanishes within 1-2hrs), minor bruising on some occasions, headaches and a very small risk of infection around the entry point. In very rare cases, clients can experience a temporary droop of the eyelid.
Women who are pregnant and/or breast-feeding, people with neurological diseases such as Myasthenia Gravis and Parkinson’s Disease, consumers of certain anti-biotics (namely Erythromycin) and those using blood-thinning medications including Warfarin or Heparin.
I will discuss this with you at your consultation.
Call me on 079505 520049 and I will be happy to talk with you.