For those who enjoyed relaxing into the excesses of the summer but who are now finding slipping into those new-season tailored trousers a little trying, body contouring and fat reduction is a simple and effective solution to getting back into your perfect shape. Whilst abdominoplasty continues to climb in the top 10 surgical procedures in the UK, there are also less invasive options which offer new technology, no need for surgery and have zero downtime.
Botox is a hugely popular non-surgical treatment used all around the world, it is successful in smoothing unwanted wrinkles on the face and neck and can be used to treat excessive sweating. The popularity is also due to the quick treatment time and also the little downtime is creates.
Vaginal laxity, vaginal dryness and urinary incontinence are very common female problems. However, for reasons of embarrassment, they remain very much under-reported. The good news is there is an effective and straightforward way to treat them.
The use of lasers in the cosmetic and aesthetic market is certainly not a new phenomenon. For well over 25 years treatments for veins, hair removal and skin resurfacing have been available in clinics and hospitals in the UK.
Patients find it very difficult to decide where to go for plastic surgery. The prominence of advertising, experts on TV, websites and referrals from friends mean patients are often unsure how to tell the good from the bad from the brilliant.
Skin health is very important and many of us do look after our skin by moisturising it and exfoliating it daily; but how often do we keep an eye on our moles?
Laser Hair Removal is a proven method to rid unwanted hair from the body and face of men and women.
Non surgical treatments are on the rise every year. This type of treatment is less invasive than traditional treatments and don’t require a general anaesthetic. They are quicker, safer and have fewer side effects. Furthermore, there is no long term recovery time and patients can go back to their daily lives straight after the treatment.
Hair loss and male pattern baldness is surprisingly common and up to 50% of men and some women will experience some degree of hair loss by 50 years of age. It can occur earlier in 20s and 30s and can even start in late teens.