Why choose Hydro Health & Beauty
for Aesthetic Treatments
As a team of professionals at Hydro Health &Beauty we are all highly trained, skilled and experienced in our chosen fields and are fully insured.
We constantly update our knowledge and skills. We are passionate and love what we we do and therefore always strive to ensure we are offering the latest products, treatments and machines.
We offer in depth, private, no obligation consultations to ensure clients receive a results driven bespoke service.
Dermal fillers are popular treatments used for softening wrinkles, laughter lines, facial lines and wrinkles caused naturally by ageing or sun exposure. Combined with a local anaesthetic, dermal fillers are injected into the skin to give your face a natural volume, leaving your skin completely hydrated and youthful.
Dermal Fillers are made from a sterile and transparent gel based cross-linked, non-animal synthetic Hyaluronic Acid. Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a natural substance present in the human body. The HA in fillers mimics the natural HA already present in the human body. Fillers can be placed in a number of areas to reduce the appearance of wrinkles or to add volume which is lost as we age.
Popular areas to add volume and fullness to include the lips, cheeks and bridge of the nose. For smoothing and plumping lines and wrinkles, popular treatment areas include around the forehead, eyes, mouth, chin, neck, décolletage and hands.
Please see our price list for treatment areas.
Frequently Asked Questions
Numbing cream is applied for lip fillers so it’s minimal, however people do have different experiences.
Lip filler can last 6-12 months, it can last longer in areas such as cheeks or tear troughs
Most fillers contain hyaluronic acid and lidocaine. The hyaluronic acid can be made up of different molecular weights and cross links to help achieve different looks in different areas.
Swelling usually lasts 2-4 days depending on the area treated, but can last up to 2 weeks.
Our practitioner is a prescribing nurse and is registered with the governing body NMC.