John Lewis to start selling Botox in six of its UK stores

John Lewis is set to start selling Botox at six of its stores across the UK. Shops in London, Edinburgh, Milton Keynes, Southampton, Kingston and Cambridge will offer Botox.

More than 25 people will be able to book the service. Department store John Lewis will also offer shoppers facials, laser hair removal and other beauty procedures.

The Cavendish Clinic has teamed up with the chain for this move. Jason Villary-Etue, Head of Beauty at John Lewis, said: “We know there is increasing awareness and demand among consumers for advanced beauty treatments.

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“After careful consideration, we were keen to partner with a trusted, medical clinic brand that would provide this service.” Dr Matt James, Co-Founder of the clinic, said: “We are delighted to partner with John Lewis – we are deeply rooted in our beliefs and values ​​about providing the highest quality treatment in an ethical, clinically led environment. alliances.”

Botox injections relax the muscles in your face to help smooth out lines and wrinkles like crow’s feet and brow lines. It is not permanent – it usually lasts for about 3 or 4 months.

In some circumstances, Botox injections are not recommended, including: if you have a skin infection, you are unwell in any way, you have a neuromuscular condition such as myasthenia gravis, or you are taking certain medications.

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