Save 25% with our fantastic Cosmetic Lip Filler treatment offer

Save up to 25% with our fantastic Cosmetic Lip Filler treatment offer. If you’re already thinking about enhancing your lips natural beauty with cosmetic filler treatments then our fillers are an excellent way to start. What’s more, our amazing exclusive offer will give you a huge discount.

Filler treatments are ideal for harnessing the signs of ageing and augmenting your lips. We recommend a treatment programme of 2-3 per year to get the best results and we are offering the following discounts as part of our special offer:

Save 25% making the cost for one treatment £200 instead of £275 – saving you £75

Cosmetic filler injections

Hyaluronic acid therapy has become a popular choice as a temporary filler for facial augmentation. It is a safe, procedure that conveniently softens facial lines and furrows. It also has the added benefit of not requiring skin testing before use. We use Juvéderm™.

Tiny quantities of hyaluronic acid are injected, this encourages our skin’s own production of hyaluronic acid. The treatment takes less than 30 minutes with minimal discomfort (especially with products that contain local anaesthetic agents).

The effects of the filler can be maintained by small ‘top-up’ treatments as required, generally about twice a year.

Hyaluronic acid injections

Hyaluronic acid injections can be used as a dermal filler to improve the skin’s appearance and reduces the marks left in the skin due to scars or injury, and signs of aging.

Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is a natural compound that is found in extracellular tissue space, and acts as a binding, lubricating, and protective agent. In skin tissue, hyaluronic acid is a viscous substance found between collagen and elastin fibres. It has many benefits:

  • keeps skin moisturised by retaining water
  • helps in tissue repair, keeping together the skin’s main components, collagen and elastin
  • helps to build a protective barrier against microorganisms

With age the body’s natural store of hyaluronic acid diminishes. In the last 3 decades, artificial forms of hyaluronic acid have been developed and used to in different medical fields. Juvederm® is a synthetic form of hyaluronic acid.

Who can administer hyaluronic acid treatment ?

Treatments are carried out at Global Health and Beauty clinic which is a medical centre fully equipped with all the latest facilities.  Our practitioners are fully trained doctors.

How long do hyaluronic acid implants last?

Hyaluronic acid implants are not permanent. Like natural hyaluronic acid, synthetic hyaluronic acid, once injected into the skin, will gradually break down and be absorbed by our body. The effects can last between 3-9 months. Most people require 2 to 3 treatments per year.

Hyaluronic acid therapy is generally very safe. Often patients report minor discomfort. This is minimized using a local anaesthetic. Immediately after treatment the area may be reddish, swollen and sore, but this usually improves within a few days.

Next steps

To save 25% with our fantastic Cosmetic Lip Filler treatment offer please call us on 07872 374134 or email info@globalhealthandbeauty.co.uk

Free consultation with experts you can trust

As one of the Midlands’ leading health and beauty clinics based in Coventry we are always delighted to offer clients some great treatments and some great offers. We treat people from all over the UK, are qualified and stay up to date with the latest treatments, technologies and research into the areas we deal with on a day to day basis. We are totally committed to helping you feel good and deal with issues that are troubling you. We are open and transparent and offer impartial advice. We are health care professionals first and foremost and are employing our skills in an area where we can improve people’s lives by offering treatments not always available on the NHS. We are trained in the UK and have been qualified for over 20 years. We have attended specialist training for all the procedures we offer. We are also registered with the General Medical Council.