Category: Botox

  • 04.09.19

    Botox for Hyperhidrosis

    Botox for Hyperhidrosis London Everybody sweats. It’s a normal part of how our bodies regulate temperature. However, people with hyperhidrosis produce sweat in amounts far greater than needed to control their temperature. For some people, hyperhidrosis can be linked to an underlying condition such…

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  • 04.09.19

    Botox Treatment for Women

    We would all love to have smooth, perfect skin and this feeling increases as we get older and start to see the first signs of ageing such as fine lines and wrinkles. It’s easy to lose self-confidence during these times, but help…

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  • 04.09.19

    Botox Treatment for Men

    Botox Treatment for Men London Being concerned about appearance is not just for women! These days, there are shelves in most supermarkets and chemists stacked with skincare products specifically aimed at men. It will come as no surprise then that recent research…

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  • 27.06.17

    Stop the Sweats!

    All you need to know about excessive sweating and how to stop it… We’ve all been there, waiting for the train home in June about to board the 30+ degree carriage praying to get a seat, not only because you’re exhausted from…

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  • 01.06.17

    How Botox can enhance your neckline

    The injection of botulinum toxin can create a more youthful appearance of the neckline through modification of the chin, neck, and chest. As we age the chin adopts an appearance that may be described as ‘dimpled’, ‘cellulitic’, or medically as ‘peau d’orange’…

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  • 01.06.17

    How does the midface change as we age?

    The midface is defined as the area between two hypothetical horizontal lines on the face; one passing between the upper and lower eyelids, and the other passing between the upper and lower lips. The midface is one of the first facial areas…

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  • 01.06.17

    How has wrinkle treatment changed over time?

    The treatment of wrinkles has changed as the theories behind their formation have evolved over time and with the development of more advanced less invasive treatments such as botulinum toxin, dermal fillers, chemical peels, and lasers therapy. In times gone by… Previous…

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  • 01.06.17

    How does the lower face change as we age?

    How does the lower face change as we age? The lower face is defined as the area below a hypothetical horizontal line which passes through the corners of the mouth between the upper and lower lips. It is important to understand how…

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  • 01.06.17

    Cosmetic Treatments Popular with Men

    Cosmetic Treatments for Men We are seeing many industries bridging the gender gap, and the cosmetic industry is certainly one, as we see men going to greater lengths to improve their appearance.  Once considered to be the domain of women, cosmetic treatments…

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  • 01.06.17

    Botox for Bruxism

      Bruxism (the medical term for teeth grinding and jaw clenching)  usually occurs subconsciously during sleep and can have consequences for your physical and mental wellbeing. It is most commonly caused by stress and anxiety but is also associated with smoking, alcohol,…

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  • 01.06.17

    Botox for Men

    You may find it hard to tell that many of today’s most acclaimed male celebs have had anti-wrinkle injections. Thanks to the progress of the non-surgical cosmetic industry, men can now undergo this non-invasive treatment and still remain looking natural. This is…

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