JBCosmetic – Bristol

Name: JBCosmetic – Bristol
Display name: JBCosmetic – Bristol
Medical director: Julie Brackenbury, RGN, INP

Website: https://jbcosmetic.co.uk

Office hours: Mon: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Tue: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Wed: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Thu: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Phone: +44 7866 515664
Address: 177 Whiteladies Rd., Hampton Clinic, Bristol, , United Kingdom, BS8 2RY
City: Bristol
Country code: GB
Postal code: BS8 2RY
Phone: +447866515664
Country: United Kingdom
GPS coordinates on map: 51.469122,-2.613833

  • Xeomin
  • Restylane Refyne
  • Restylane Lyft
  • Restylane Defyne
  • Hyaluronidase
  • Dysport
  • Collagen Injection
  • Chin Filler
  • Belotero
  • Botox
  • Teosyal
  • Thread Lift
  • Restylane
  • Nonsurgical Facelift
  • Nonsurgical Nose Job
  • Juvederm
  • Ellanse
  • Derma Roller
  • Dermal Fillers
  • Lip Fillers

JBCosmetic – Bristol

RealSelf Info

Profile created: Nov 12, 2018
Profile modified: Jan 6, 2022
Business type: Practice
RealSelf’s PRO: No
Medical director: Julie Brackenbury, RGN, INP


Name: Julie Brackenbury
Position: Nurse Injector
Can answer: 1
Biography: Julie qualified at St.Mary’s Hospital, London in 1999. A vastly experienced anti-ageing injector, with over 10 years of experience, as well as working alongside Cosmetic Surgeons, Julie specialises in all aspects of non-surgical cosmetic treatments. Previously, she has worked in women’s health and in Harley Street looking after women undergoing reconstructive breast surgery.

Julie is a director and board member for the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses. She is also on the editorial board for the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing and writes published articles on their behalf.

Her proudest moment of her career to date was winning an Aesthetic Nurse of the Year award for ethical practice presented by Dame Esther Rantzen .

Thread lifting, non-surgical procedures, anti-wrinkle, lip augmentation, skin care

Practice’s answers

Answer Header & Date
Answer Snippet
Bulge in glabella after having Botox. Can this be fixed with more Botox?
3 areas
Jun 3, 2019
I don’t know your history but if you were completely new to toxin treatment, I would have maybe started with a less is more approach. However, it is difficult to assess without knowing the dosages that were administered. When there are not many dynamic lines to treat, less toxin is required and a scattered approach tends to work well for an eyebrow lift.
Your practitioner should be able to advise you and maybe a small amount will help the glabella area. Thereafter, my advice would be to…
Would fillers be a solution to my tear trough deformity? Or are my eyes to severe that they require su
Dermal fillers
Jun 3, 2019
Dear bcampo
You are a good candidate for non-surgical tear trough rejuvenation. However, given your age I would highly recommend the least invasive procedure initially.
It is important to see whether the results are suitable for you and a hyaluronic acid dermal filler would be in the best option in my opinion.
Cannula’s are the best way to administer a HA for this area.
Please research your practitioner carefully.
Best wishes
Should I get face fillers or Botox injections?
anti-wrinkle treatment to start with
Feb 21, 2019
My advice would be to start with some anti-wrinkle treatment to the crows feet initally. If you have never had any non-surgical treatments before, it can be quite overwhelming to do down the non-surgical face lift route for a first treatment. From a patient perspective, it’s good to see how anti-wrinkle and dermal fillers can work for you – gain trust in the product, aesthetic outcome and your practitioner. It maybe that you decide that you can actually wait a few more years…
Revolax tear trough fillers gone horribly wrong. Will this resolve itself?
Tear Trough Fillers
Feb 12, 2019
Sorry to hear you have had an unwanted side effect to this dermal filler. I have treated many tear trough deformities and swelling can be a side effect but should resolve quite soon as the body gets used to the filler. If injections to this area are too superficial, there is certainly a risk of blocking the lymphatic drainage system – which causes the swelling. If the swelling is still present, I recommend you are reviewed by your practitioner as you may well need the filler dissolved….

Last updated on 12/14/2023