New mobile beauty platform will allow you to book at-home Botox treatments 

At-home beauty services are about to enter a new era...

Calling on the services of a mobile hairdresser or nail technician is now as easy as clicking a button, but you may have never thought the same could be said for more complex tweakments like Botox. However, that is about to change with the launch of a new online platform which can be used to book at-home Botulinum Toxin treatments. 

As the first of its kind, UNNDOO offers an array of treatments, including Botox injections for frown lines, crows’ feet and bunny lines, as well as eyebrow lifts and jaw slimming, which are all administered by qualified aesthetic practitioners.

Mobile hair and beauty services have long been a popular option for those looking to indulge in everything from blow dries to body massages in the comfort of their own home. Indeed, despite the year we've had, at-home services have proved favourable. On either side of both lockdowns Blow LTD have seen a revenue surge of 200 percent up on the previous year. In a recent survey, the on-demand beauty service providers also found that 84 percent of customers would prefer to have hair and beauty treatments at home.

The popularity of treatments have also seen a shift, in place of event-led services like blowouts and make-up, clients have steered towards maintenance procedures like haircuts, manicures, and waxing. Requests for massages are also on the up. This fixation on maintenance may also explain the current rise in people seeking the services of aesthetic doctors. 

UNNDOO’s focus is to provide a premium service that upholds safety, security and hygiene Credit: UNNDOO 

And UNNDOO has taken note of the trend. Co-Founder Dr Pujaa Patel says, "People are now enjoying the same level of treatment at home as they would in a clinic. The growth of mobile services had been on the rise before the pandemic and has been forecast to continue beyond 2020. The pandemic has only accelerated this rise where we have witnessed a significant increase in at-home beauty treatments that were once only available in clinics and salons."

The new platform works much like any other on-demand beauty service. Using the company's website, customers enter their postcode, the preferred date and time of the appointment, and the desired treatment before finally picking a practitioner from a selection of qualified and experienced medical professionals. 

"The key benefit of UNNDOO is that you can be assured that the treatment you book is being carried out by a medically qualified practitioner, which we believe is paramount in what unfortunately remains an unregulated market," says Dr Patel. 

Lockdown saw the rise of backstreet Botox treatments being administered by those with little to no training. So much so, leading industry body's joined forces in October to tackle the problem with the Make Beauty Safe campaign

Recognising the sector's downfall in this area, the brand safeguards these principles by sticking to a robust framework. Once a client picks a practitioner, a medical history form is required to be completed and submitted for review by a medical professional, who determines whether the patient is fit for treatment.

The aftercare is just as thorough and involves check ins with the patient a day, three days and a week after the treatment. A complimentary review appointment follows with the same practitioner two weeks after the original appointment, to establish how happy the client is with the results and assess if any further tweakments are necessary.