We specialise in natural results with anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers administered by highly qualified doctors and nurses. Consultation with a cosmetic surgeon is also available. 


We have established a clinic where experience is key. We have a convenient, main road, location with discrete off-street parking just behind the clinic. 


Nurse Injector

Danielle Younger RN
Cosmetic Injector

Practice manager


Supervising Doctors

Dr Robert Boyle


Dr John Younger


Dr Melanie Lau

Services and treatments


Anti-wrinkle injections are the most effective way to smooth out active facial wrinkles (the creases that show up when you grin or frown). Typical locations are around the eyes, the brow and forehead, or between your eyebrows. One treatment will temporarily relax the muscle groups giving you a brighter, more relaxed, look. Wrinkles become less prominent and may even disappear over time. Most clients require 1 session every 4 months when starting treatment but this may decrease to every 5-6 months after a couple of years. Some consider this treatment as just being part of their routine for healthy skin support.



  • Anti-wrinkle injections are a medically prescribed treatment. 
  • Anti-wrinkle injections should only be administered by trained doctors or nurses after a face-to-face consultation with a doctor and establishment of a treatment plan.
  • Everyone's dose and sites will be different. The best results will be obtained by experienced injectors who specialise in this area. 


Dermal fillers are frequently used on lines around the nose and mouth, or to temporarily restore volume that has been lost in the cheeks and lips. The main component is an essential component of healthy skin. We loose about 50% of natural hyaluronic acid between 40 and 50 years of age, so the skin can become dry, thinner and more fragile. 

By attracting and retaining water the fillers act like a sponge to keep tissue moisturised, full and healthy. Fillers simulate collagen and plump or "fill" depressions in the skin leading to a fresher or younger appearance, or provide additional volume, particularly in the lip area. 



  • Dermal fillers are a medically prescribed treatment.
  • Injectable fillers should only be administered by trained doctors or nurses after a face-to-face consultation with a doctor and establishment of a treatment plan.
  • We only use the highest quality, safest, non-permanent, dermal fillers. We do not use permanent dermal fillers. 

Collagen Stimulation

Platelet Rich Plasma, also referred to as PRP, is a collagen stimulating treatment, commonly used for treating ageing skin on the face, neck, eyes, hands and décolletage.  It can also be used in the treatment of hair loss. It improves volume loss, acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles. It is a simple and safe procedure.


PRP can also be used with skin needling, using collagen stimulation plus causing skin trauma.  This technique may be particularly good for fine lines and acne scarring.