Dermal Filler

Lip Augmentation;

Lip filler are used to create shape, symmetry and add volume to the lips. We use the best products on the market to ensure beautiful professional results every time for each individual. The fillers are made up of hyaluronic acid a substance naturally produced by the body. Lips feel hydrated and beautifully plump after every treatment.​

0.5ml |£150

1ml |£200

Nasolabial folds and marionette lines;

Using the dermal filler to fill deep lines around the mouth area. Lines will appear softer and the skin looks fuller and more youthful.

From |£200

Cheek Enhancement; 

Dermal fillers made up of the finest hyaluronic acid is used to add volume, create facial contour and restore loss of facial volume. Each individual will discuss desired outcome before the treatment.

1ml |£200

2ml |£350

Jawline Sculpting;

Dermal filler made of the finest hyaluronic acid is strategically placed along the bone creating an immediate contoured and structured look.

1ml |£220

2ml |£350

Dissolve Filler;

using an enzyme called hyaluronidase, which naturally occurs in our in skin, this will dissolve any unwanted filler. Injecting this enzyme will rapidly remove any unwanted filler, we ca then reassess the area after two weeks and you can start your filler journey again with Graceful beauty.

From |£150     

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Please note that a deposit is required to secure this booking, which will be asked for upon booking the appointment. Should you need to cancel the appointment you should do this in no less than 48 hours, your booking fee will NOT be refunded but can be transferred  to a new booking within 2 weeks of the original appointment and can only be changed once.


Further Information

What Are Dermal Fillers?


Dermal filler is a soft injectable gel, based on hyaluronic acid, which is a sugar molecule that occurs naturally in the body.

For the purpose of cosmetic treatments, the hyaluronic acid been synthetically produced as a pure product to be used as a filling agent for various parts of the face to effectively and instantly reduce the appearance of unwanted lines and wrinkles adds volume and contours the face.

Because hyaluronic acid is already present in our body it is the safest filler on the market and is unlikely to cause any kind of adverse reaction. 

By boosting the skin’s supply of hyaluronic acid, dermal fillers revitalize and add volume to the skin giving a smoother and softer look to the face.



  • Replaces lost volume

  • Contours the facial features 

  • Instantly diminish folds and deep wrinkles

  • Rejuvenate and enhance the face

  • Revitalise the skin

  • Re-plumps facial creases and sunken cheeks


How Do Dermal Fillers Work?

Loss of volume in the face is one of the key culprits of ageing. As we grow older, our facial muscles and connecting tissue begin to sag, often resulting in sunken cheeks and jowls. Dermal fillers are used effectively to lift and plump hollowness and fill lines and facial creases. Dermal fillers are injected with super fine needles under the skin in the nasolabial folds (nose to mouth lines) and the marionette lines (which run vertically between the mouth and the chin) to smooth out unwanted lines and creases. 

Results are visible instantly and the skin looks immediately rejuvenated and revitalized through the reduction of deep facial lines.

Hyaluronic acid is naturally slowly broken down by the body and as a naturally occurring substance the treatment is both safe and temporary. 



It is important that you arrive at your appointment with no makeup on the day of treatment and you must not reapply makeup for 24 hours in order to reduce the risk of infection or irritation at the injection sites.

There is no real downtime to this procedure, but aftercare is advised. 

For the first 24 hours, alongside avoiding makeup, the following is also advised - no touching the area, no excessive sweating or heat so no sunbeds, swimming, gym, saunas, steam rooms etc… no alcohol and you must refrain from placing any pressure on the treatment area for the first week post treatment.

Please scroll further towards the bottom of this page for more advice and FAQ's.

Pre-Treatment Advice: 


You cannot have any injectable treatments if you are feeling at all unwell.

If you have previously had fillers at another clinic please find out the name of any previous dermal filler product that you have had injected in the same area before coming for your treatment with me.

2 Days Prior to Injections

  • Avoid topical products such as Tretinoin (Retin-A), Retinol, Retinoids, Glycolic Acid, or any “anti-aging” products.

  • Avoid waxing, bleaching, tweezing, or using hair removal cream on the area to be treated.

  • Do start taking Arnica two days prior to the procedure. (This is not required, but it will help to lessen bruising.)


Please ensure that you:

  • Have no cold sores/ oral herpes

  • Have had no recent bacterial infections or antibiotic treatment  

  • Have had no recent sickness

  • Have had no recent or upcoming invasive dental work a month pre or post dermal filler treatment

  • Have overall good dental health

  • Are not pregnant/trying to get pregnant/not breastfeeding 

  • Have had no recent invasive skin treatments (in the same treatment area as your proposed dermal filler treatment area) four weeks pre or post treatment 

  • Know the name of any previous dermal filler product that you have had injected in the same area previously

  • 6 months clear of cancer with a doctor’s note

  • Autoimmune disease such as lupus requires a doctor’s note

  • It is best practice to refrain from taking Alcohol, any painkiller medication that contains Ibuprofen (not directly prescribed by your doctor) and Vitamins supplements including; St. John’s Wort, Fish oils, Garlic, Gingko Biloba, Vitamins A-E, these may all contribute to bruising and are therefore best avoided for 7 days pre-treatment.



Are there any side effects?

Most common side effects cans include bruising, swelling, tenderness, itching and redness. All common side effects should subside within 72hrs.


Are the results instant?

Yes, although some swelling may occur which can take around 4 weeks to settle.


Does the procedure hurt?

The treatment can be painful not unbearable more uncomfortable.


Are you a registered Nurse?

No, but be assured I have undergone intensive training and I am fully accredited and qualified. My product stock is ordered via a prescriber. 


How long does the filler last?

Fillers typically last 3-6 months depending on the speed at which your body dissolves the hyaluronic acid.


Is it safe? 

The treatment is both temporary and safe.


What is the down time?

There is no real downtime to this procedure, but aftercare is advised.