Botox Bournemouth

Hello i am Sallyann  highly experienced aesthetic Nurse and  Independent Nurse Prescriber, Specialising in Botox, Skin treatments for People local to Bournemouth & Poole. From your initial free assessment I will work closely with you to tailor a program that really addresses the improvements you want to make,  Botox Top Ups are included in the price, Check our prices here.

To Book Your Free Consultation please contact Sallyann anytime on: Call 07917448486
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What Does Botox® Do?

Botox Bournemouth What Does Botox Do?

What Does Botox Do?

Botox® works by relaxing the muscles, which takes time. Seeing the results of your Botox® injections depends significantly on the individual as everyone is different. So how long does Botox® last? For some, they will start to notice changes within 1-2 days after being injected. For others, it would be between 5-7 days or even  after 21 days of the treatment. The full effect can definitely be seen by the time 21 days have passed, when you’ll see your fine lines and wrinkles appear significantly reduced.

Does Botox® last permanently?

How Long Does Botox Last?

How Long Does Botox Last?

Unfortunately there is no fixed term of how long Botox® lasts. It normally lasts approximately 3 months however like any personal cosmetic treatment the timeline can vary as everyone is different. For facially applied Botox®, the results can last anything from between 2-4 months. Botox® injections for hyperhidrosis lasts approximately 9 months. Botox® is not a permanent solution and does require regular top up treatments if you really want to see the back of those wrinkles for good. It is advised to book your next appointment for re-injection before the effects totally wear off, as this will increase the time the effects of Botox® will last and ensure a smaller time frame to regain your desired look.you want.

BACN and Hamilton Fraser Accreditations – What do they mean?

Getting non-surgical cosmetic surgery requires a degree of trust & confidence in your practitioner. Sallyann has a vast wealth of experience, expertise and knowledge as a professional practitioner. Find out exactly why you’re in safe hands with Sallyann Aesthetics.


 Sallyann is a member of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses. The BACN is a community of specialists in the field of cosmetic medicine that strive to strengthen the practice by working together. With 600 registered nurses, members continue to push for quality by sharing advice, research and training.This enables each of the practitioners to improve their service and provide the very best cosmetic treatments. Each and every member of the BACN provides an ethical, safe and highly trustworthy practice – a practice that ensures you’re in safe hands.Having been founded in 2010, the BACN has since created a code of practice that practitioners abide by, to further reassure you that everything your nurse does has been tried and trusted by a board of professionals.

Hamilton Fraser Cosmetic Liability Insurance

Sallyann practice is so well trusted that she has full coverage from Hamilton Fraser for Cosmetic Insurance. Only the finest practitioners can be insured, having earned a superb standard of practice – a standard that Sallyann has strived for ever since she started. Sallyann is covered for  Botox® and any other treatments you may require. With the press frequently revealing bad practice, it can be highly reassuring that Sallyann has established full, dedicated cover for carrying out  treatments. Trust only the very best. Get in touch with Sallyann for  Botox treatments or any other treatments you may wish to discuss . Call Sallyann for a friendly professional chat call 07917448486 or email me at sally@sallyannaesthetics.expert


  The Nursing & Midwifery Council is an organization that strives, safeguards and pushes the quality of healthcare in this country. With 670,000 registered members, the NMC’s role is vast and vital to the healthcare industry.One of the key aspects of being part of the NMC is its code. The NMC’s code sets the precedent for each member’s high level of care, knowledge and training in their chosen field. You can rest assured the level of service, knowledge and expertise meets the high requirements of the Nursing & Midwifery Council.