Taking time out this season for yourself – or a family member – is important, especially after tumultuous periods we’ve traversed this year. Getting caught up in the hype of festivities and mad-dash to the end-of-year finishline is all too common – and many of us are left feeling, and looking,exhausted come Christmas. So, before you start planning trees and presents, pencil in skin and body to-dos – you matter too! Redefine those facial lines, lock in Belkyra injections and reduce the sweat with Botox – top performing cosmetic treatments to the rescue . . .
Redefine those lines . . . Don’t hide behind make up at this year’s celebrations, embrace your skin with accurate use of cosmetic injectables and enhance the real you. Dermal fillers and Botox work to smooth and soften lines, to rejuvenate your appearance – not transform it. Forget pain, today’s injectables are less invasive than ever before and because modern-day fillers are created using hyaluronan – which is naturally present in our skin – results last longer (so you can party on well into the New Year!)
Leave the turkey on the table . . . Chin fat is a tough area to treat – yet it’s one of the most noticeable. Fortunately, surgical intervention isn’t your only option, instead BELKYRA® injections permanently dissolve fat without incision, and healing is quick. BELKYRA® is a synthetic form of deoxycholic acid, a substance which our bodies produce to absorb fats, is a prescriptive medication and an injectable treatment that permanently destroys fat cells under the chin – lose the fat pad once and forever.
Don’t sweat it this season . . . If excessive armpit perspiration, hyperhidrosis, is an ongoing issue for you – you are not alone. Approximately 3% of our population regularly suffer from this condition. Back in yester years, hyperhidrosis was typically treated with surgery, which involved cutting the nerves that trigger sweating. However, more commonly nowadays people are seeing and experiencing great results with Botox. Botox is injected into the skin of the armpit superficially – no incisions, no local anaesthesia required. Armpits remain completely dry for between six and nine months. And unlike surgery, compensatory hyperhidrosis (sweat breaks out in previously affected areas of the body) is rare after Botox.
Swing into summer refreshed, prepared and rejuvenated, speak to our team of cosmetic specialists.