50 is the new 40 – take off a few years with Botox at home by Unndoo
When you have a busy schedule getting to the salon to have a little Botox can be impossible. I must admit I haven’t had any in a long tome, but I think I just found my favourite practitioner.
Unndoo is an online platform which brings anti-wrinkle injections (Botulinum Toxin or Botox) directly to your front house. It’s the first of its kind, offering a professional and clinical service with an emphasis on safety, security and hygiene. Their attention to detail when it comes to making an at-home area clinical is second to none and their team are handpicked doctors and dentists who are highly trained and precise injections for the best results.
The innovative new company send professionals right to your door and they specialise in Botox or toxin as they call it. Every single practitioner is a doctor or a dentist, so you can feel safe knowing you are good hands and to be honest this is the first time I did it without numbing cream (and I didn’t feel a thing). As well as being an expert in making you look your best, they have the best aftercare I have ever experienced as they check up on you for a few weeks after your treatment. They also give you a free top up if it is needed.
I was impressed not only by the results which looked very natural but also the excellent after care. They ask you to send photos and videos of your face, which they compare to the photos taken before the treatment.
As you can see my forehead and face is really smooth (I am 50 in February)
The process is very easy, you simply type in your postcode, select your preferred date/time, choose a practitioner, click on the areas you need a book. Their prices are very competitive and you don’t even need to leave home!
We can’t recommend Unndoo enough, their prices are competitive, the service excellent and the results beautiful. I think once you use add name you won’t go anywhere else and you can rest assured that all the practitioners are dentists who are trained in Aesthetics.
See the website for more details.
Cat, Heart London Magazine