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.
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
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
I’m really excited to announce the upcoming launch of my new video series, Tweak of the Week. As you know, part of our mission at The Tweakments Guide is to make sure that you know as much as possible about all the tweakments out there before making.
What can you do for skin that is starting to sag, without opting for invasive treatment or surgery? I talked to Dr Tracy Mountford about Ultherapy, and what this tweakment can offer, for Healthista.com.
This week for Healthista's Transformation series, I am talking about Cellfina with Dr Tiago Guimares of the Sthetix clinic in Liverpool. He is an aesthetic surgeon who is treating cellulite in an entirely new way, with a procedure called Cellfina.
Most people still do deny having tweakments - even when, to anyone with sharp eyes, it is perfectly obvious that they have done something to their face. Now, why would that be, do you think? There's a number of reasons.
I'm delighted to be starting a new collaboration with Healthista, the health channel for women, talking about tweakments and interviewing top doctors and surgeons about which procedures do what. The first interview is with Dr Tracy Mountford.
Let me explain. When your face is young it is like a lovely full plum; the skin cells are strong with plenty of collagen, the fat pads fill out your skin, and everything looks fresh and natural. As you get older, the skin wrinkles, the fat pads.