Non-Surgical BBL, PDO Threads, Dermal Fillers, and Botox

Non-Surgical BBL

Hyaluronic acid fillers are used to enchance areas of the buttocks and hips to create curves and projection.

Its a non-invasive procedure involving using the most advanced cannula techniques with minimal side effects as opposed to surgical methods. A non-surgical BBL is suitable for clients that have previously underwent a surgical BBL and clients who do not have much fat or have depressed hip dips.

Hyaluronic acid is naturally produced in your body, it plays a role in the natural healing process when trauma occurs in the skin or ligamants and helps to regulate inflammation. By using HA fillers to enchance these areas makes complications and adverse effects lower than surgical methods.

A non-surgical BBL can also be combined with fat dissolver which is a non-surgical solution to minimize and remove stubborn localized pockets of fat. It is ideal for those who exercise regularly and maintain a healthy diet but have pockets of fat that won’t shift, even with focused exercise.

PDO Threads

Polydioxanone (PDO) threads are a special medical grade thread that is thinner than a strand of hair and made of protein. Research has confirmed that PDO relaxes tendons and muscles, whilst a foreign body reaction improves the blood flow to the area stimulating neocollagenesis (the production of new collagen in the skin). A thread lift is a procedure that uses a dissolvable suture to tighten and lift your skin. It’s a less invasive procedure than facelift surgery and can often be performed in under 45 minutes without needing to have surgery.

PDO Threads add immediate results and can lasts up to 18 months. Using PDO threads enables the practitioner to lift various areas of the face, neck and body if you are a suitable condidate. It can be used to achieve a:

  • Fox eye
  • Eyebrow lift
  • Face lift
  • Nose tip lift
  • Sculpt and countour jawline
  • Breast Lift
  • Belly button lift
  • Abdominal skin lift

Dermal Fillers

As we age muscle tone and thinning of the epidermis skin layer can occur, resulting in poor elasticity and progressed aging.

Injectable Hyaluronic acid fillers are used to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, facial folds and to create structure and volume to areas of the face and lips for a more youthfull re-juvenated appearance.

Fillers consist of Hyaluronic acid which is a natural occurring gel produced in the body, which is then injected into the treatable area. HA fillers consist of a gel, most of which contain lidocaine that is administered with the product to minimise discomfort during the procedure.


Botox is a prescription muscle relaxant medicine, and is used to treat a number of conditions within the body. It contains the active substance Botulinum Toxin A. It works by partially blocking nerve impulses and the effect depends upon where it is injected. If injected into a muscle it will reduce excessive contractions of that muscle. It can be used for the temporary improvement in the appearance of vertical lines between the eyebrows (Glabella) seen at maximum frown and fan-shaped lines from the corner of the eyes (crowsfeet).