• Can Dermal Fillers look natural?

    Dermal fillers are an injectable gel containing hyaluronic acid; an ingredient used to add volume and fullness to the face. They can plump thin lips, soften facial wrinkles, and enhance shallow contours. Before your procedure begins, a local anaesthetic may be offered, and then, using several small Injections, the dermal filler will be placed into the desired locations. Side effects may include some mild bruising or swelling, and you may also experience some redness and numbness.

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  • Profhilo- is it worth it?

    Profhilo is a first-of-its-kind, injectable treatment that, like dermal fillers, contains hyaluronic acid, a material that can formulate, plump and remodel lax skin. Unlike dermal fillers, however, Profhilo does not change the structure of the face; instead it provides the complexion with a radiant glow. Profhilo is effective in treating areas of skin prone to sagging and skin laxity, particularly in the cheeks, neck and chest. 

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  • Your guide to Botox in London

    Botox or anti-wrinkle treatment is an incredibly popular injectable treatment with an unbelievably diverse background in aesthetics and medicine. In fact, because it is prescription-only, it literally is aesthetic medicine.

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  • Is Profhilo and dermal filler the same treatment?

    There are some similarities between Profhilo and dermal fillers, though the two treatments differ quite a bit in results and their modes of action within the skin. While they are both used beneath the surface of the skin to alter its appearance, they are two very different treatments used for different reasons.

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  • The difference between Botox and dermal fillers

    We’ve all heard of Botox and dermal fillers, and we all know they’re injectable treatments for the face and the body, but it’s important to acknowledge that there are many differences between the two treatments.

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