3 treatments to boost hydration

Have you been guilty of googling “how to boost skin hydration?” well now we have the answers for you with these top 3 treatments to restore radiance and achieve a glowing complexion.   Hydration is essential to keep your skin glowing, plump and looking refreshed. How hydrated your skin is comes down to how much hyaluronic acid is […]

Read More…

A handy injection – restore tired and ageing hands

Are you approaching your forties and wondering what on earth happened to your hands?  Our hands are not something we generally pay close attention to, until one day we look down and realise they look older than they should. Years of sun exposure, hard work and quite frankly, neglect (let’s face it, we don’t moisturise our hands as often […]

Read More…

Beauty boosters and dermal filler – what’s the difference?

Beauty boosters are fast becoming a very popular treatment in the cosmetic injectables space for increasing skin hydration, but what exactly is it and how does it differ from traditional dermal filler injections?   Beauty boosters are micro-injections of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers. That’s right, they are actually a type of dermal filler. Where they differ from the more commonly known dermal fillers essentially comes down to how they are […]

Read More…

5 dermal filler myths

Dermal filler injections are one of the most popular non-invasive cosmetic treatments today, thanks to their ability to reduce wrinkles, boost volume and contour facial features. But their rise in popularity has also resulted in a rise in myths and misconceptions due to misleading information, advertising and media.  We decided it was time to bust the five most common dermal filler myths and educate you on the truth behind this highly effective treatment:   1.They are irreversible A common […]

Read More…

How to boost skin hydration

Hydration is essential to keeping our skin glowing, plump and looking refreshed, something that can become a challenge as we get older, with no amount of water or sun protection working to retain skin moisture levels.   That’s because, as we age, our skin loses collagen, leaving it sagging, thin and rough in texture. Unfortunately, when our skin gets to this stage, there is only so much […]

Read More…

Our guide to cosmetic injectables

Ten years ago, when you thought of cosmetic injectables, you likely thought of two kinds of treatments – anti-wrinkle injections and dermal filler injections. Today, thanks to advances in technology, the number of cosmetic injectable treatments at our disposal has significant increased, with each treatment geared towards helping us achieve a different skincare goal.   So, […]

Read More…

Losing your lips? How to enhance your pout

Do you look down-mouthed, even when you’re happy? Do you notice yourself pursing your lips even when you are at ease? Or have you ever been told you look stressed, when you actually feel okay?  Lined, down-turned or thin lips can make us look angry, sad or severe – even when we are feeling the opposite! If you’ve […]

Read More…

7 ways dermal filler can enhance your features

From our mid 20’s we begin a process of ageing that sees us lose facial volume and skin tone. Often the first signs can be seen in seven distinct areas, which can change our entire look:  1.Cheek structure Youthful cheeks are naturally full of volume. This makes them smooth and well defined. As we get older, […]

Read More…

Our guide to cosmetic injectables

Ten years ago, when you thought of cosmetic injectables, you likely thought of two kinds of treatments – anti-wrinkle injections and dermal filler injections. Today, thanks to advances in technology, the number of cosmetic injectable treatments at our disposal has significantly increased, with each treatment geared towards helping us achieve a different skincare goal.   So, which one is right for you? Here’s our handy guide […]

Read More…

Top 3 treatments to look younger

Ageing is inevitable, we can’t control it. What we can control though is the rate at which we age. First, a bit of insight into the ageing process. We age in two ways, intrinsically (our genetics – you either thank your parents or you don’t!), and extrinsically (environmental and external factors).   External factors such as sun exposure, medication, alcohol, […]

Read More…