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Profhilo and Botox are both very different treatments with different mechanisms of action.
Both are anti-ageing treatments and are very popular in my clinic from the age of 30. Many patients have Profhilo and Botox together to get the best possible rejuvenation results.
Many people when asked what Botox does will say ‘it gets rid of wrinkles’ however, the truth is a bit more complicated than that.
All wrinkles are not the same and there are two different types of facial wrinkles- ‘dynamic’ wrinkles and ‘static’ wrinkles which need to be treated differently.
Many patients are a bit scared of getting lip filler, and rightly so. We’ve been bombarded over the years by unnatural, overfilled ‘trout pout’ lips in the media. It is no surprise that patients are cautious of getting lip filler and wonder if it will suit them.
Botox is typically used to relax muscles in the face to smooth out lines and wrinkles.
However, it has a vast range of uses that most people are unaware of.
In this blog post I will outline where botox can be injected and the result it has.
WOW Fusion is the new innovative microneedling device that delivers a bespoke skincare cocktail to address your skincare needs. WOW is a fusion of three treatments micro-needling, mesotherapy and skin nutrition.
Frequent face washing can make acne worse. Aim for gentle cleansing of the skin twice a day.
Although there are lots of lovely parts to this season the change in weather isn’t so great for our skin. The main challenge to our skin in Autumn is drier skin due to the central heating going on and the consequences of Summertime sun damage rearing it’s head.
Profhilo is the treatment that the aesthetics industry and the media are going mad over. It is an award winning treatment that works to improve the quality of the skin.
As we get older our skin life cycle slows down and this starts as early as our 20’s. Our skin appears rougher and dryer due to more dead skin cells collecting on the surface of the skin. It is not a true lack of moisture in the skin but a build up of these dead cells that make the skin appear dry.