Mesotherapy is an advanced Hyaluronic Acid and vitamin infusion facial treatment that works to diminish problems such as wrinkles, sagging skin, lack of radiance, dehydration and sun damage.  It is often referred to as a natural alternative to botox and dermal fillers and produces visible results, rejuvenation and bio-revitalisation.

The procedure is a micro injection treatment that delivers hyaluronic acid and other naturally occurring, nourishing substances to the layers of the skin where cell repair and growth occurs. Pamela will mix a bespoke cocktail to treat your specific conditions, which may include a variety of ingredients such as: hyaluronic acid, vitamins, minerals, growth factors and peptides to boost collagen production and help skin regain its natural elasticity, shape and glow. 

Since this non-invasive treatment replenishes naturally-occurring substances required by the skin to rehydrate and repair imperfections, the results are quick and long-lasting, continuing to improve over time. This treatment helps improve dull, tired looking skin; dry, lifeless skin and superficial wrinkles.

This treatment is loved by our clients due to the minimum / no down time required. Skin becomes more radiant, hydrated, nourished and firmer with improved texture.


Skin revitalisation, dull and tired skin, improving facial volume, wrinkle reduction, ageing skin, preventative ageing and overall skin health.

A gentle more natural alternative to botox and fillers


Individual Face and Neck Treatment - £200 

Course of 4 - £600


60-90 minutes per appointment

Our mesotherapy facial includes deep cleanse, exfoliation (manual or light peel), mesotherapy treatment with vitamin solution, concentrated serum, mask and Dermalux LED Phototherapy completed with a nourishing moisturiser and SPF.


Little to no down time.

Moisturiser and SPF cream are used afterwards


This treatment is usually well tolerated and topical anaesthetic is not normally required


Cosmetic skin peels gently rejuvenate the complexion and restore glow and lustre to the skin. They do this by removing a controlled amount of the skin’s outer layers, including the dead cells on the surface. This promotes regeneration and repair and improves the skin’s overall health and appearance.

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