Botox and Anti Wrinkle Injections

At Hardwick Clinic, we specialise in offering state-of-the-art Botox and anti wrinkle injections, tailored to meet the unique needs of our clients. As a leading provider of Botox in Cambridge, our commitment is to ensure that each individual receives the highest standard of care, ensuring results that not only rejuvenate, but also naturally enhance your beauty.

Our Botox and anti wrinkle injections are perfect for those looking to diminish the signs of ageing, offering a refreshed and youthful appearance. Whether you’re seeking to smooth out fine lines, achieve an elegant eyebrow lift, or target the platysmal band for a more defined neck contour, our expert team is here to guide you through every step of your journey.

With a focus on precision and excellence, our Botox treatment in Cambridge is administered by a doctor with many years of experience in aesthetic medicine , ensuring a comfortable and satisfying experience. We understand that each client’s needs are unique, which is why we offer personalised consultations to create a bespoke treatment plan that aligns with your aesthetic goals.

At Hardwick Clinic, we offer multiple types of Botulin Toxin treatments for wrinkles, including Botox®, Bocouture®, Xeomin®, Dysport®, Azzalure®

Botox and all other brands of Botulin toxins are prescription medications and can only be provided after a face-to-face consultation and prescription with our Doctor, if it is appropriate for you.

Choosing Hardwick Clinic means opting for a trusted provider of Botox injections in Cambridge, where quality, safety, and client satisfaction are at the forefront of what we do.

Book your free consultation today to revitalise your appearance with our anti-wrinkle injections in Cambridge, designed to leave you feeling confident and looking your absolute best.

Procedure time
30 mins
Side effects
Mild redness, swelling and possible bruising
Sessions required
Duration of results
3 - 4 months
Recovery time

Areas Treated at Hardwick Clinic

  • Forehead Lines (Frontalis)
  • Frown Lines (Glabella)
  • Bunny Lines (Nasalis)
  • Eyebrow Adjustment (Frontalis, corrugator supercilii, orbicularis oculi and procerus)
  • Crow’s Feet (Orbicularis oculi)
  • Gummy Smile (Excessive gingival display)
  • Smoker’s Lines (Perioral Puckering)
  • Jawline (Masseter muscle for Jawline contouring).
  • Witches Chin (Mentalis)
  • Marionette Lines (Depressor anguli oris)
  • Neck Contouring (Platysmal Band)

We also use Botox for treatment of medical conditions such as Hyperhidrosis, Bruxism/TMJ, Tension Headaches

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Botox® and it's related Products?

Botox® is purified protein produced from Clostridium Botulinum and is approved by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) agency. It has been used on over 1 million patients for almost 20 years and is supported by long-term safety data.

An injectable product such as Botox® is injected directly into a wrinkle area, temporarily relaxing the muscles.

It is especially good for improving and preventing lines in the upper part of the face, such as vertical lines between the eyebrows, creases in the forehead and crow’s feet at the sides of the eyes. Botox® is also used to improve the position of the eyebrows and the position of the corners of the mouth (the ‘marionette’ lines). Repeated injectable Botulin protein treatments reduce the development of new lines and wrinkles as the muscle become more relaxed.

The results are not immediate. Botox® takes 5-10 days to start working and the full effect is achieved by 14 days. For the best long-term results the initial treatments should be approximately 12-16 weeks apart. The intervals will eventually become longer as your muscles learn to be more relaxed.

Botox® and other injectables can be combined with dermal fillers to reduce the appearance of even very deep wrinkles, in some cases eliminating the wrinkle completely.

What do I need to do after Botulin protein (Botox®) treatment?

There is usually no downtime after the treatment. However, it is advised that you should avoid exercise and hot baths for 2 hours following the treatment and massaging or rubbing the area for following 24hours.

When is Botulin protein (Botox®) contraindicated?

Botulin Toxin injections are contraindicated in the following conditions:

  • Hypersensitivity to any Botulinum preparation
  • Infection at the proposed injection site
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding
  • Myasthenia gravis
  • If you are treated with aminoglycosides, penicillamine, quinine, and calcium channel blockers please let your doctor know.

What are the side effects of Botulin protein treatment?

Side effects are rare. It is considered to be one of the safest cosmetic procedures available. However, you may experience mild pain, irritation of the injection site, headache and twitching on the muscles around injection site in the first couple of days post injection as the muscles starting to relax. In rare cases some tenderness, mild redness, swelling or bruising may occur, but these are only short-term effects. Uncommonly, you may notice an eyelid drop, however this side effect will resolve as the effects of the Botulin protein start to weaken. In very rare cases Botulin treatment may not work.

Why choose Hardwick Clinic

Dr Tatyana has extensive experience in using Botulinum Toxin for health benefits, including facial pain, bruxism, migraines and muscular skeletal problems.

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Hardwick Clinic

Hardwick Clinic. 227 St. Neots road, Hardwick, Cambridge, CB23 7QJ

Call us on 0782 5215531

**Results and pictures are indicative only. Actual results may vary from patient to patient

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