The demand for cosmetic procedures is booming as people try to enhance their looks or slow down the natural ageing process. There are many factors to take into consideration, therefore we have created a guide to highlight the areas that should be considered.
The guide will cover surgical procedures such as facelifts, breast implants and liposuction, and non-surgical procedures such as Botox injections, chemical peels and laser treatments.
We will look at the risks involved, how to prepare for and recover from treatment and help you to find the best and most appropriate professionals to carry out your treatment. The decision to undergo these procedures should not be taken lightly so if you are considering a procedure then we hope that this guide will help you to make an informed decision about what’s right for you.
A facelift (or a rhytidectomy*) is an aesthetic surgical procedure to address sagging and excess skin on the face. The procedure involves the removal of skin from the face, and the repositioning of muscles under facial skin… Read More
Breast augmentation, or breast enlargement as it’s sometimes known, is the UK’s most common form of cosmetic surgery. Approximately 30,000 patients choose to go under the knife to gain the breast shape and fullness that they want… Read More
Liposuction is a treatment designed to remove fat from the body. It’s sometimes also referred to as liposculpture, or just ‘lipo’ for short. According to recent statistics released by BAAPS, liposuction has experienced a boom in popularity… Read More
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