Skin is continuously at the mercy of so many factors and overtime, wrinkles, frown lines, volume loss, pigmentation and age spots may become inevitable. With the skill and expertise of our Medical team, combined with the industry’s most advanced, effective treatments, we are able to combat signs of ageing with a range of non-invasive cosmetic procedures.
· Wrinkle Injections
· Dermal Fillers
· Chemical Peels
· IPL Photorejuvenation
· Laser Skin Resurfacing
· Fractional Laser Resurfacing
· Sagging Jowls
· Skin Rejuvenation
· 8 Point Lift
· Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy
With such an extensive list of specialist treatments, it is important that you understand each one and choose the right treatment for you – and this is why we are here to help. The most important advice we can give you is that you must consult with a qualified physician or practitioner prior to undergoing any treatment.
Injectables include wrinkle relaxing injections and dermal fillers, both of which are of the highest quality available and administered by fully qualified practitioners. These treatments are widely used to treat ageing concerns such as wrinkles, deeper frown lines and “marionette” lines which run from the edge of the mouth down to the chin.
For optimum results we recommend a combination of the two treatments. Generally speaking muscle relaxers are used for the top half of the face to smooth frown lines and crow’s feet, while dermal fillers are used in the bottom section to add volume to cheeks, fill nasolabial folds or enhance the lips.
As with most non-invasive treatments, the results are temporary, so you will need to touch up periodically to maintain the look. However, over time most people need less product, less frequently to achieve the results they want. Many people opt for the less is more approach, after all you can always add more the next time should you require it!
Laser skin resurfacing can be a very effective solution to ageing skin, brown spots, high colouring and discoloration, fine lines and wrinkles, as well as spider veins. There are different lasers available, some are specially designed to work much deeper than others but your clinician will talk you though the best option for you.
Laser technology has advanced significantly over the past few years making them safer and far more effective. Also in recent years the development of lasers has now allowed us to successfully treat Asian and Darker skin types, something older technologies simply couldn’t do. It is important to consult a laser specialist who is up-to-date on the latest developments in this field and only seek out clinics which invest in state of the art technologies before committing to any treatment.
A consultation first
Before embarking on any skin treatment it is important to have a through consultation. Every person will have different concerns and requirements, with problems ranging from dark circles under the eyes, to wrinkles around the mouth, lack of volume in cheeks, to sunken looking eyes.