Aesthetics Gallery

- Dermal Fillers -


Injectable filler is a soft tissue filler injected into the skin to help fill in facial wrinkles and hollows, restoring a smoother appearance. Most fillers are temporary because they are eventually absorbed by the body. Some people may need more than one injection to achieve the results they desire.



- Botulinum Toxin ( Antiwrinkle Injections ) -


Botulinum toxin is a neurotoxic protein produced by bacterium clostridium botulinum. It prevents messages being sent to the muscle, causing it to stop contracting so it no longer moves. It lasts about 12-14 weeks at which point movement starts to begin again. It is used to treat fine lines and wrinkles in the face (expression lines) which makes us look aged and sometimes angry or sad. Also great for treating sweat glands in the armpits to reduce excessive sweating.



- Micropigmentation -


Micropigmentation, also known as permanent make-up is a cosmetic technique which employs tattoos as a means of producing designs that resemble make-up such as eyeliner, eyebrows and lip blush. More advanced techniques allow for the correction of other body features such as areola following surgery or breast re-construction, scar pigmentation, hair follicles and hair strokes and shading where hair is lost or thinning. Also used to repigment skin colour lost as a result of Vitiligo, though this condition must be stable to treat, otherwise it can become both costly and time consuming chasing loss of pigment as it spreads throughout the body.



- Microblading -


Microblading is a tattoo technique in which a small hand held tool with a blade made up of a number of tiny needles held in a sheaf, is used to add semi-permanent pigment into the skin creating fine lines that mimic the hairs that are not present any longer, creating a full and shapely brow, giving confidence back to clients who have lost brow hair due to overplucking, illness or medication.



- PDO Threads Face Lift -


The PDO thread lift is a treatment which lifts and tightens sagging skin tissue, using threads made of "Polydioxanone" (PDO) "dissolvable sutures", laced with products that rebuild the skin structure, increase collagen production and hyerloronic acid production to plump out the tissues.

The threads bring about cellular renewal through collagen stimulation, and neuvascularisation to improve the skin texture, fine lines and elasticity. Skin tightening is brought about by the contraction of the fat tissue.

Results can be seen at around 4 weeks and after 6-9 months following the procedure, the threads will disolve and the lifted facial contours remain for a further 6-12 months.

PDO thread treatment is minimally invasive. After numbing the threads are inserted via sharp or blunt tip needles into different layers of the skin. Once inserted the threads anchor the skin and lift it upwards and outwards. There may be slight discomfort during the procedure but this is minimal and momentary. Bruising can occur but not always and not all over.




"Areas Treated with PDO Threads"


  • Undereye area

  • Eyebrows

  • Crows Feet

  • Cheeks

  • Nasolabial Folds

  • Wrinkles around mouth

  • Jaw line

  • Jowls

  • Neck



"What results should be expected"



Your skin is lifted and rejuvenated, lifting can be seen within 4 weeks and rejuvenation of tissues occurs 1-2 months following treatment. Skin becomes firmer and smoother. It is recommended to repeat the treatment after 9 months so results will then last as long as 3 years.



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