Should young woman be doing Tweakments? I find this a really difficult topic to discuss because personally I wish they wouldn't, but that makes me sound like a real grumpy old reactionary -- and hypocritical as well because I've been doing these.
Finally, after 12 long weeks, clinics offering cosmetic procedures are starting to reopen. A few of them opened a week or so ago; most are waiting for the start of July, and making their preparations. As some of you have been asking me.
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.
You might call them smile lines, you might call them 'crow's feet', but more to the point, what can you do about them? The skin around the eyes is thin and wrinkles easily, so few of us are going to escape the fine lines that settle in to this area..
Today I'm talking about prejuvenation, it’s the idea that if you start doing tweakments early, like in your twenties, and you have a little bit of wrinkle-relaxing toxin to stop the wrinkles setting in, then they won’t really develop so you won’t.
Acne. It's one of the things we most associate with our teenage years, but for many people it isn't something that stops after puberty. It is particularly tough if you go on suffering with it as an adult... and then for mid-life women, it seems.
Clinical microneedling is an increasingly popular treatment for all round improvement of the skin. Needling stimulates the wound-healing response in the skin, which results in the growth of new collagen which makes skin firmer, and improves skin.
We've all tried it. We've all looked in the mirror, put our fingers on our cheekbones and pulled the skin up and back a bit.... It seems like such a tiny change which would make all the difference in our faces. Surely, all we need to do is find a.
We can all get a bit obsessed about our pores — that they're too large or too obvious. You can't get rid of your pores — your skin needs them! — but there is plenty you can do to keep them clean and make them look less obvious; and guess what,.
In this job, one of the occupational hazards is that I am always being told by practitioners what I could do to my face, to improve it (thanks guys!) What do they suggest? Well, here goes.