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5 trends in aesthetic medicine in Autumn 2020 We may not have had access to our skin clinics for much of this year, but curiosity around skin health and popular treatments grew exponentially during...
5 reasons why your lockdown love-handles may be lingering And what you can do about it Losing weight can be a simple exercise for a lucky few, but for many people, weight loss is far more complex....
Are you ready to go make-up free this summer? Dr Kim Prescott discusses treatments that can help you achieve a flawless complexion in time for the warmer weather Foundation used on the skin to cover...
As we hit our 30s, we start to lose collagen in our skin and gradually start to notice the onset of the aging process.
Rosacea is a relatively common inflammatory skin condition, often misdiagnosed or missed by doctors.
Multiple factors that contribute to accelerated aging in the skin are difficult to avoid, from nutrient deficiencies or changes in hormone levels, to extrinsic factors like sun exposure and environmental pollution.
The field of aesthetic medicine is a rapidly evolving one, with a growing awareness of available treatments as influencers and celebrities promote the latest trends via social media.
If you feel like your body is resisting your efforts to lose weight, and you could use some assistance, then a health professional who is highly trained in medical weight loss may be able to help you achieve your goals.
After a few months of exposure to central heating – or sun and icy cold reflecting off the slopes,
for those who have managed a ski trip this winter – many of us start to notice our skin looking dull and tired.
If you, like me, struggle with the lack of sunlight, then you might be interested to discover that one of the latest celebrity skin rejuvenation treatments, LED Light Therapy, can also help anyone suffering from a touch of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
No matter how thin you are, over 90% of women will develop cellulite