I'm getting a lot of questions about marionette lines at the moment -- the lines that drop from the outer corners of our mouths straight down towards our chin. Maybe that's because we're all more gloomy than usual during lockdown, and are catching.
None of us likes the look of a double chin, or saggy jowls. And even if we weren’t born with them, they can creep up on us in mid-life as the skin under the jaw becomes less firm, and the fat pads in the lower face seem to slither from where they’re.
Sharon Bennett is one of the expert's experts in the tweakments arena, the sort who teaches masterclasses in advanced aesthetics around the world as well as running her own busy and award-winning clinic in Harrogate. She is the chair of the British.
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.
So, what do you do when you look at your face and feel that it's not just a question of softening the odd line or two - but that everything needs fixing? Well, if you were up for it, and didn't mind needles and had the budget, you could opt for.
You’ve decided you want to have a tweakment. So, how do you choose a practitioner? The first thing to check is that are medically qualified, that they have trained as a doctor, a nurse or
People often confuse Botox and filler injections as being the same kind of treatment. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Yes, they are both temporary tweakments which last for a number of months, and will make a difference to the way you look..
How interesting to see that Superdrug are offering Botox and fillers. Does this mean we have reached the tipping point where aesthetic treatments are finally almost acceptable? It looks that way, given how the girls on this year's series of Love.