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Anti-Wrinkle Injections 

Anti-wrinkle injections are an effective way of treating a range of skin concerns. Anti-wrinkle injections in Croydon are delivered by a doctor who is also a trainer and assessor for injectable treatments.

Lines and Wrinkles

Anti-wrinkle injections help to soften lines on the upper face such as frown lines, forehead lines and smile lines, preventing them from getting deeper. With time, it can give you a smoother and fresher look.*

Lower-face slimming

Anti-wrinkle injections can be used in the lower face to reduce the bulk of the masseter muscles. These are muscles that are used to clench the jaw. Over time, the lower face looks slimmer and more defined.*

Gummy smile

Anti-wrinkle injections are highly effective for treating a ‘gummy smile’. With only two simple injections, this treatment can reduce an excessive amount of gum showing when you smile.*

Neck bands

Anti-wrinkle injections at Urban Medi Spa can be used to treat prominent or strong neck bands, which can potentially cause a saggy jawline. Targeted treatments to the neck-band muscles can smooth the appearance of the neck. It also reduces the muscles’ pulling effect on the jawline thereby improving its contour.*

Upper lip lines

Anti-wrinkle injections can be used to treat upper lip lines, also known by some as “smoker’s lip”. They can be used in conjunction with dermal filler treatments to soften the appearance of upper lip lines.

  • Tailored treatment plans to achieve natural-looking results

  • Detailed pre- and post-procedure care


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To book a consultation, or for more information on anti-wrinkle injections at Urban Medi Spa clinic in Croydon, call us on: 020 8686 7401, email us on: or fill in our online contact form.


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*Individual results may vary.


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