We all like to think that we’ll age gracefully. However, the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, loss of facial volume and tear troughs under the eyes can lower our confidence and self-esteem. The good news is that in good hands, many of these visible signs of ageing skin can be significantly improved, and various products and procedures can play a big part in helping to deal with specific lines and wrinkles, and establish youthful facial contours.
Aging hands, cellulite and spider veins on the face and body can easily be treated using the latest techniques and devices.
Due to loss of fat and sun exposure, over time, the skin on the hands becomes thinner and more translucent, revealing more prominent veins and sometimes underlying bones and joints.
Cellulite is the unsightly, lumpy, irregular fat deposits, which 90% of adult women suffer from. The condition leaves women, and very rarely men, with a dimpled appearance on the legs, buttocks and hips. Whilst the appearance of cellulite has no medical implications, it can take an emotional toll on your self-confidence and self-esteem.
Whilst completely harmless to your health, thread veins are often regarded as an unflattering sight. Men and women can feel quite frustrated and embarrassed when these appear on the legs or face. Thread veins, often known as broken or spider veins, are tiny red, blue or purple lines just below the skin. They are veins that have become dilated and more easily visible through thinner, usually older skin.
Skin Care Treatments
Prone to Acne?
Acne is often mistaken for a teenage skin problem and although the majority of acne sufferers tend to be younger men and women, 80% of people
Want A Red Carpet Ready Skin?
Get ready for Intraceuticals, Anti-Ageing technology used by celebrities, high profile skin care professionals, spas and resorts around the world.
Pigmented Uneven Skin Colour?
Obagi products are designed to improve penetration of prescription and cosmetic agents across the skin barrier to minimize premature
Wrinkly Sun Damaged Skin?
To maintain and improve skin health, an effective skincare regimen must contain three fundamental elements: Prevention, Protection, and Correction