JOHN Lewis is introducing Botox for customers at six of its stores – and more cosmetic clinics are to follow later this year.
The high street mega-retailer has started the injections for shoppers after an ever-increasing interest in anti-wrinkle treatments.
The London, Edinburgh, Milton Keynes, Southampton, Kingston and Cambridge shops will offer lucky locals Botox as well as facials, laser hair removal and other aesthetic treatments.
But only over 25s will be able to enjoy the service, provided in partnership with Cavendish Clinic and they have to have a consultation first.
Jason Wilary-Attew, head of beauty at John Lewis, said: “We know there’s increasing awareness and demand among consumers for advanced beauty treatments.
"After careful consideration, we were keen to partner with a trusted, medical clinic brand which would deliver this service.”
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Dr Matt James, co-founder of the clinic, added: “We are delighted to be partnering with John Lewis – we are fully aligned on our beliefs and values about providing the highest quality treatments in an ethical, medically led environment.”
It is not currently known how much the treatment will cost shoppers.
It comes as a cosmetic doctor has revealed the scary reason why baby-Botox isn't always the best thing to do to prevent wrinkles.
Dr Rosh, from the UK, revealed how Botox can go wrong if you start getting it done too early in a TikTok video.
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