Was it just me, or was that programme last night (The Truth about Cosmetic Treatments, BBC1) dull as balls, as my son would say? It’s not just sour grapes that I didn’t manage to sneak my way onto it, honest (more of that later). It’s more that,.
Category: Cosmetic doctors
Heads up for my next Tweakments Clinic event, which will be on Tuesday, 25th February in association with the globally renowned Dr Rita Rakus Clinic.
In this video I made for Healthista, I'm talking to Kambiz Golchin, a brilliant surgeon and aesthetic practitioner who works in Dublin and London. Here, I'm asking him about fillers should be used to get the best result in the face. Dr Golchin has a.
Hi everyone, exciting news, I’m delighted to announce my first Tweakments Clinic event which will be happening on Tuesday 12th November at a fab venue in central London, 6-9pm, where you can book in to have an informal chat with two top.
As one half of the surgical duo who sort out the worst-case patients on Botched, Dr Paul Nassif is a bit of a legend. As a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon and TV personality, he specialises - obviously - in facial plastic surgery, and particularly.
If you’re considering getting Botox or other anti-wrinkle injections for the first time then you’re probably a little bit nervous about what the results may look like. You will have a consultation with your practitioner before he or she prescribes.
I’ve talked about the terrible lack of regulation in the aesthetics industry before, and I have talked about why this is a problem. There is no law to stop you, me or your next-door neighbour getting hold of some fillers, picking up some needles,.
Skin peels sound drastic, but they are now a much gentler kind of treatment than they used to be. A skin peel or chemical peel is a deep exfoliation which is done using ingredients such as glycolic acid or lactic acid (rather than, say, a
The who? The famous people and celebs who all have a good deal of help with their looks but if you see them interviewed about this, they'll never admit it. They’ll say, “I tried Botox once and it made me look weird so I’ve never done it again”..
In September I had the great privilege of attending the annual conference of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM). That might not sound like your idea of a fun way to spend a Saturday but I accepted the invitation like a shot – because.