Wrinkle Reduction

One area     £190
Two areas   £260
Three areas   (extra £50 for men)£299
Three areas & under eyes£369
Gummy smile£150
Smoking lines, bunny linesfrom £50
Under eyes£220
Jowlsfrom £300
Jaw reduction/slimming of the face£400
Hyperhydrosis (excess sweating under arms)£450

Dermal Fillers

Lip enhancement (famous heartshape, sculpting, lifting up the corner lip) from £350
Lip line with Juvedermfrom £300
Correction of lines above upper lip with Juvedermfrom £300
Cheek enhancementfrom £350
Cheek definitionfrom £350
Chin enhancementfrom £350
8 point face liftfrom £1200
Correction of tear trough or hollow under eyes £550
Nasolabial lines (lines from nose to mouth)from £350
Marionette linesfrom £350
Hand/cleavagefrom £350
Temple area£450
Eye brow lift£350
Contouring around eye areafrom £350
Non surgical rhinoplasty£450
Sculpting of chin or jawfrom £350

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PDO Thread Lift (non surgical face lift)

Full face and neck £2,500
Face lift (including jowls) £1,750
Lower face lift £950
Neck £850
Tear trough + around eyes rejuvenation  £600

Dermapen or Medical Skin Needling

One treatment  Three treatments  Four treatments
£190 £499 £599

Skin Booster Injection with Profhilo

One treatment          £400     
Three treatments      £1100  
Combining with Plasma Shower
One treatment £450
Three treatments £1200

Skin Booster Injection with Volite

One treatment £350
Three treatments £950
Combining with Plasma Shower
One treatment £400
Three treatments £1100


Aqualyx Fat Reduction

One session £600
Three sessions   £1600
Chin area £550

Skin Tech Easy TCA Chemical Peels

Skin Tech  One treatment  Four treatments
One strength  £199 £550

Non-Surgical Rhinoplastry

Nose shaping  £450

Obagi Blue Peel Radiance

Obagi blue peel radiance  £120

Therma Vein

Thread vein removal from £150
Spider vein removal from £150
Cherry angioma removal from £150
Rosacea treatment from £150
Skin tag removal from £150
Milia removal from £150

Medical Plasma BT Machine

Medical upper or lower eyelid tightening (non surgical blepharoplasty) £550 per session
Upper and lower medical eyelid tightening (non surgical blepharoplasty)  from £700 combined
Medical lower eyelid tightening to improve eye bags from £550 per session
Three sessions of medical eyelid tightening £1500
Tattoo removal (depending on size) from £75 per session
Needle free mesotherapy with plasma shower £190 per session
Three sessions of needle free mesotherapy with plasma shower £500
Skin tag removal from £100
Mole removal from £300
Wart removal from £300
Thread vein improvement from £300 per session
Wrinkle reduction from £350 per session
Medical acne treatment £75 per session
Three sessions of medical acne treatment £200
Medical lip/smoking reduction lines from £350 per session
Scar/pigmentation/age spot improvement from £150 per session
Milia removal from £70

Consultation - FREE

At Revitalise Skin Care Clinic we offer free consultations to discuss patients concerns, find out about their medical history and consider which treatment would be the best and safest option.

We understand that making the right decision for having aesthetic procedure could be a rather daunting task, it is vitally important to be comfortable with your choice of practitioner, who will be carrying out the treatment. If you are considering any aesthetic procedure with Revitalise Skin Care Clinic or any other practitioner there are a few very important questions you should ask your before making your decision.

Is the practitioner medically qualified?”

On one hand, non-surgical medical procedures became more advanced and affordable over last few years. However, this quickly developing industry has been unregulated and attracted some unqualified people to offer these services for their clients, putting them at risk and giving a negative reputation to the rest of aesthetic society. 

Therefore, it is important to know what the qualification your practitioner has and ask to see their “Medical registration”. Medical practitioners are accountable for their practice and regulated by the professional regulatory bodies.

“What aesthetics training / assessment / qualifications has your practitioner taken? Have they undergone advanced training in facial aesthetics and have experience?”

While we stress once again that medical qualifications are essential for performing aesthetic medical procedures, additional training and qualifications in aesthetic medicine are vital. One day training is not enough for becoming an expert (although you can come across this fact), thus relevant experience is very important! Do not hesitate to ask , the qualified practitioner will be glad to discuss all of the above and show their certificates.

“Is the Practitioner Fully Insured”..?

Make sure that your practitioner has full medical malpractice insurance & ask to see proof of that prior to treatment. Aside from the name and formal qualifications of the practitioner, date and indemnity it should also list the products that the practitioner is insured to use (e.g. Botulinum toxin type A: Botox, Vistabel, Bocouture and dermal fillers Juvederm, Restylane, Teosyal, Belotero, etc). Non Medical Professionals cannot get this type of insurance, so if they cannot produce it, they practice illegally without insurance or are not Medically Trained.

“What are the risks, associated with selected procedure?”

It is an important part of the medical consultation to give information not only about treatment benefits but what risks are involved. A medically trained practitioner will be able to answer these questions without hesitation.

“How clean is the environment for aesthetic medical procedure?”

Make certain that the procedure is performed in a clinical environment with maintaining ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE- this means a condition in which living pathogenic organisms (i.e. infectious agents) are absent. It is achieved by your practitioner using Sterile Pack. This pack should include sterile gloves & sterile dressings, the practitioner should open this in front of you.

”Which product(s) does the practitioner use and why?"

When it comes to quality, not all aesthetic products are the same. Understanding how they may differ is important and something to discuss with your practitioner. In Europe, all medical devices (which includes aesthetic products such as fillers and breast implants) must follow the ‘Medical Devices Directive’ which ensures manufacturer’s products and processes meet relevant standards of quality assurance. Assuming these standards have been met, the product gets CE mark approval, which allows the manufacturer to legally put the product on the market. When it comes to international standards are there any additional reassurances to look for?

“When do the results become noticeable and how long will they last?”

Depending on the treatment, results could be immediate (e. d. Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers) or delayed(e.g. several days with muscle-relaxing injections with Botulinum Toxin type A, several months after initial micro-needling or mesotherapy treatments). Longevity of results varies from treatment to treatment as well as individual factors. A qualified medical practitioner will be able to give all the necessary information and review you regularly if necessary.

”Can I be certain that all necessary actions will be taken if case of emergency/ allergic respond?”

Your practitioner should carry a anaphylactic shock kit and has to be trained up-to-date in order to help in emergency situations quickly and competently.
Revitalise Skin Care Clinic would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the cosmetic industry.

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