Lip fillers, dermal fillers, wrinkle treatments and chemical peels carried out by qualified nurses in our Preston city centre clinic.
The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic Preston aims to provide safe and professional skin and wellbeing treatments in a stylish, luxurious and friendly environment. Our clinic just off Winckley Square in Preston, Lancashire, and overlooking the gorgeous Avenham Park has to be seen to be believed! We aim to become Preston’s first choice for anti ageing treatments, fillers and skin treatments. Lip fillers Preston can pout about! Oh, we’d also like to wish you all good health during these difficult times. Stay safe everyone.View Treatments Get in Touch
Mesotherapy is a procedure that involves using superfine injections. These are filled with vitamins, minerals and amino acids, that are injected directly into the mesodermal layer of the skin, where it will promote the production of collagen and elastin.View Treatment Book a Consultation
A warm welcome from registered aesthetics nurses Debbie & Shana.
With over a decade of hands on medical experience and with extensive training in aesthetics, our clients know that they are in good hands. We undergo constant ongoing training in all areas of non-surgical aesthetics and we are proud to work with some of the worlds leading equipment. Why not come along for a consultation with us, we’ll provide outstanding advice at the very least!Get in Touch Meet The Nurses
Relax and be pampered in our stunning treatment rooms.
We’ve literally spared no expense in ensuring that our treatment rooms look and feel luxurious and calming. With our huge victorian bay windows overlooking Preston’s beautiful Avenham park whilst allowing lots of natural light in, lovely artwork and comfy furniture, we guarantee a pleasant experience every time! There are also some really posh cafes and restaurants very close by if you feel like making a day of it. If you’re considering lip fillers, Preston is well worth a visit.Get in Touch
Considering lip fillers in our Preston city centre clinic?
Lip fillers are one of the most common treatment options available. These are a type of dermal filler that can be used to add volume and reshape your lips. Here’s our quick guide to the frequently asked questions regarding lip fillers.
The key to any dermal filler, is to add a natural amount of volume so that your lips will look natural and visually attractive. If you want to significantly increase the size of your lips, it is advised to add a little bit at a time over a series of treatments, to ensure a natural, stunning end result. Initially, there may be some swelling, and this is perfectly natural. But it does mean you will need to wait for the swelling to subside, before you will be able to truly see the altered size of your lips.
We are often asked about any pain that lip fillers will cause. Lip fillers shouldn’t hurt too much as a topical treatment will be applied to numb the lips during the injections. So you should only feel a mild discomfort, without any sharp pains. After treatment you will be able to leave almost straight away with only a small amount of discomfort, so you can continue the rest of your day.
If you’re not totally sure about opting for lip fillers, you might be wondering what will happen if you don’t like them. Well, we can inject an eraser enzyme called hyaluronidase, and this will break up the particles and accelerate the rate at which the fillers break down. Although the process only lasts a few seconds and the results are instant, it could take a few days for the filler to totally go down as well as any swelling.
Lip filler injections are a safe procedure when implemented by an experienced, registered professional. In fact, they are known as a lunchtime procedure as you can pop in for the treatment, and leave again straight away. However, unregistered providers could leave you with some health issues including vascular occlusion.
Lip fillers are not a permanent solution, and will only add volume for around 6 months. The exact length of time your lips will stay plump for, and how quickly the filler breaks down, will really depend on your body’s metabolism.