What is Botox Good For?

For some, due to negative media sensationalism Botox is almost a dirty word. There are a group of people who would never consider it (or wouldn’t admit having it) as they liken it to the celebrity culture and people such as Katie Price and Joey Essex.

In reality when we look a bit deeper, Botox isn’t just a line relaxer or muscle paralyser, it’s a lot more than that.

Your Privacy

Discretion is paramount in our clinic. We’ve gone to great lengths to ensure our location is discreet and your privacy is complete. Through the natural results we deliver we understand the need to keep the secret behind the younger looking you, securely locked in a file at Botastic HQ.

We never publicise or even discuss any of our patients, and that’s the way it will always stay.

Yet we don’t only have patients that have Botox for wrinkle erasing. We don’t only do Botox.  We do a range of treatments that enhance the looks and utilise some of the products to help in other areas too.

Botox for Migraines

There’s now enough evidence to prove that Botox is actually great for migraines. A lot of migraines derive from tension which leads the frontal lobe muscle to contract, causing pain. The muscle relaxant properties of Botox stop this from happening, leaving a niggling headache as just that without the flashing lights, the throbbing and the nausea that accompanies a full blown migraine.

Many have found success with it and it’s a great oral drug free way to beat those migraines.

Botox for Depression

The science surrounding this is still quite new yet the results of studies cannot be ignored. In a recent study, it was proven that Botox does help combat depression.


Scientists have found a link between the muscles we use for emotion and depression, paralysing some of the muscles, such as the ones that make us frown, restricts us from languishing in negative emotions. Botox is incredible for this and the studies such as this one show the exact results.

Botox for Sweating

It’s not something we like to talk about, yet in the height of summer and even on cosy, central heated winter evenings, it’s a problem we all face. It can be embarrassing and only the strongest deodorants work. While these may inhibit sweating, they also block pores, leading to lumps and sores. Botox stops sweating from within, so only the lightest touch of deodorant is needed. It’s very common for us to administer this treatment in the Botox clinic in Hull.This is just a taster of how Botox is used in ways other than youth. Did you know that Botox has been used in hospitals for decades after surgery such as a hysterectomy? It’s injected into the muscles so the patient doesn’t suffer the pain of muscle contraction near a wound.

Words from Our Clients

    "I underwent a luxury facial in July. From the start and being welcomed by Tracey to the treatment itself I must say the whole experience was excellent. It was so lovely I’ve booked another and I’m looking forward to more pampering in around 2 weeks time”

    Julie Brown

    “As always an absolute fantastic experience with Eve. She is so clever and has the lightest, most delicate touch. I cant recommend Botastic highly enough. Eve is a genius!!"

    Sophie Sharpe

    "My partner and I frequent the clinic regularly and are always very satisfied with the results. The customer service and after care is exceptional. Have highly recommended this clinic to a lot of our friends and family and they are also very happy with the care and attention they receive."

    Dan Bamber

    "Always a good experience. Eve is the ultimate professional. Having tried a number of aesthetic professionals over the years I am delighted to say Eve is a keeper!!”


    "Love coming to see Eve at Botastic. The new premises are beautiful. Such a calm and relaxed atmosphere. Very clean and immaculately presented. Eve is always so welcoming. With a super friendly smile and extensive knowledge on all she does, Eve provides an exceptionally professional service with fabulous results."

    Kerry Elgie-Jones