What is the multi point facial harmonisation approach?

Facial aging, often visible to you as wrinkles, lines, jowling and sagging, is the visible result of changes taking place in all layers of the face. The multilevel approach we use aims to address many of the relevant factors using a combination of non-surgical techniques including anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers, topical retinoids and anti-oxidants. [...]

How do i stop my skin getting irritated from central heating and being out in the cold?

How do i stop my skin getting irritated from central heating and being out in the cold?  As the weather turns we see more and more patients with skin complaints such as dehydration, congested skin and increased sensitivity as the weather gets colder and the central heating comes on! The skin is stripped of [...]

What is Melasma?

Melasma is a common skin condition of adults in which brown or greyish patches of pigmentation develop. It is more common in women, but men can get it too. It is caused by the pigment producing cells in the skin (melanocytes) producing too much pigment (melanin). Contributing factors to melasma are pregnancy, hormone replacement, [...]

Why choose medical grade skincare when you can get highstreet brands cheaper?

The main difference between medical-grade skin care brands that we use and recommend in clinic and products you can buy in boots are the quality and the quantity of the active ingredients. The percentages we can use are substantially higher than things sold over the counter. So even if you are using a high [...]

What is Botox?

We regularly get new patients in for consultation wanting Botox, but quite often it isn’t the best course of treatment for their concerns. Botulinum toxin treatment causes temporary blocking of nerve signals to muscles. So the expression lines that occur when we use our facial muscles will look softer once the treatment has reached [...]

Radiation causes fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation – What to do?

Just because the sun has gone into hibernation and the rain won’t stop pouring, doesn’t mean you can put your SPF to the back of your bathroom cabinet! Whilst UVB rays do decrease in the winter months (the rays which cause burning of the skin) UVA are present all year round (yes even in [...]

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