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Non-surgical Aesthetics

Facial rejuvenation


Botox can be used to effectively treat the tell-tale signs of ageing such as frown lines, crows’ feet and laughter lines that are caused by the repeated contractions of the facial muscles over time. It presents a temporary and safe alternative to surgical aesthetics procedures and has been found to reduce the appearance of wrinkles by up to 80%, creating a more youthful, rejuvenated appearance.


Joy Odili has worked as a plastic surgeon for 15 years and achieves outstanding facial rejuvenation results through the use of Botox (Botulinum Toxin Type A), a purified natural protein chemically derived from bacteria. The effects of Botox are reversible and, over time – typically three to four months, the toxin will broken down and removed by the body, restoring the natural functions of the muscle junctions where the Botox was injected.



Dermal fillers are generally made from hyaluronic acid, a substance which naturally occurs in the body. As we grow older, the amount of hyaluronic acid our body produces starts to decrease, causing the skin to lose volume and appear drier and less hydrated.


Dermal fillers can be injected into the skin to dramatically reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. They work by restoring lost volume or enhancing areas on the face that naturally lack volume. Dermal fillers are most commonly used for treatments such as lip enhancement, peri-oral rejuvenation (the lines and folds that occur around the mouth and nose), chin and cheek augmentation, brow lifts and non-surgical rhinoplasty (sometimes called the ’15-minute nose job’).

During your initial consultation, Joy Odili will listen carefully to your expectations and answer questions you may have in order to help you decide which of these facial rejuvenation techniques may be the most suitable for your needs.


Skin care
Joy Odili is skilled at using techniques such as chemical skin peels and Dermaroller treatments to improve the overall health and appearance of your skin. Skin peels use chemical exfoliants – typically glycolic, salicylic and trichloroacetic acid (TCA) – to remove damaged skin and encourage the growth of healthy cells, as well as new collagen production. They can be very effective in treating problems such as hyperpigmentation, fine lines, scarring and some types of acne.


Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)

Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) is a common problem which usually manifests as excessive sweating on the hands, feet, armpits and even the face. It can have devastating consequences for sufferers in terms of their self-confidence, social interactions and day-to-day activities.


Botox has been found to offer an excellent treatment option for sufferers of hyperhidrosis. It reduces the transition of impulses and sweat activity by temporarily blocking the nerves that stimulate sweating. The results typically last between three to eight months and offer a safe, approved and non-surgical treatment option for hyperhidrosis.
Joy Odili has successfully treated a number of patients for hyperhidrosis with the use of Botox and will examine your individual case before establishing whether this is the most appropriate course of treatment for you.




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