The process of researching Botox Clinic's can be a daunting one, however if you follow the 5 steps detailed by Springwell Clinic's Director Stephanie Green you can avoid the the practitioners who can't be trusted and are only out there to make a quick profit.
Stephanie has over 18 years worth of experience as an Aesthetic Nurse Specialist, she has trained many new practitioners and has carried out thousands of successful procedures over the years. Stephanie has an incredible eye for detail, which makes her very good at treating and also a very good judge of what to look for when researching botox clinic's.
Research you local area - Always check the clinic's websites and online reviews on platforms such as What Clinic and Consulting Rooms. Find out who owns the clinic and what levels of experience the doctors and nurses have in carrying out the treatments you are interested in.
Cleanliness - Visit the clinic at least once prior to committing to a treatment, if you plan to have a facial injection the clinic concerned needs to be clean and hygienic. If it looks dirty or rundown leave and don't go back.
Information - Make sure you get a free no obligation consultation before your treatment. During this consultation make sure all your questions are answered in full and don't be pressured into buying treatments there and then. If you feel you are being subjected to a 'hard sell' make your excuses and leave.
Offers - Be wary of cheap discounted offers, you normally get what you pay for. Some unscrupulous operators may be substituting Botox with inferior products or not have under gone the required training to provide the quality of treatment you deserve.
Before and Afters - Ask to see evidence of the practitioners previous work. All professionally run clinics keep pictorial records of their work. Providing their clients have given their consent they should be able to show examples of the results they have provided for clients that have used the clinics services. If they have no evidence then it is likely the practitioner is inexperienced or something is wrong.