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A-Z of Health ,Beauty and Dermatology

Sunday, October 21st, 2018

Over the next few issues I will be focusing on some of the current health, beauty and Dermatology tips and trends. Including the latest trends in facial enhancement, products and solutions that are the latest must haves and advice on problematic dermatology issues.
A is for ageing hands , this has become a very popular request in recent times particularly in the over 40’s. Let’s be honest any part of our body that’s on daily show and exposed to UVA and UVB rays is going to age firstly. So many clients spend time and money on their face and neck but sadly neglect their chest and backs of the hands. Women will experience fluctuations in weight and lose the fatty layers in the hands especially at the start of menopause, it leads to veins and tendons becoming more noticeable.
Solution – Radiesse dermal filler is amazing for the backs of the hands with results lasting around 12 months and a price tag of around £400.
B is for B12 Shots, It is needed to convert carbohydrates into glucose in the body, thus leading to energy production and a decrease in fatigue and lethargy in the body.
* It helps in healthy regulation of the nervous system, reducing depression, stress and brain
* It helps maintain a healthy digestive system. Vitamin B12 also protects against heart disease by
curbing and improving unhealthy cholesterol levels, protecting against stroke and high blood
* It is essential for healthy skin, hair and nails, it helps in cell reproduction and constant renewal of
the skin.
* Vitamin B12 helps protect against cancers including breast, colon, lung and prostate cancer. Solution – Vitamin b12 injections £50 or a good vitamin b complex in tablet form daily.
C is for Collagen powder, Collagen is a major component of your skin.
It plays a role in strengthening skin by helping the elasticity and hydration. As we age, we produce less collagen, leading to dry skin and the formation of wrinkles. Hair and nails can also be helped by stimulating growth.
Solution – adding collagen powder to a daily smoothie or protein shake or collagen tablets.
D is for D3!deficiency – at this time of year sadly our sunlight exposure is less before the winter months approach, it may be worth getting your vitamin D status checked by the doctor, as a low vitamin D status has been associated with poor immunity, anxiety and depression throughout the winter season. The government now advise that everyone take vitamin D supplements during autumn and winter as receiving enough vitamin D through diet alone is unlikely.
Solution – a daily tablet in the am to boost you through the long winter months.
E is for eyelid lift without the surgical approach – for many years as an experienced aesthetic practitioner eyelid issues for clients could not always be helped with non surgical applications such as muscle relaxing Injections, carefully placed dermal filler ‘sunrise technique’ or mesotherapy. Normally my only option was to refer to a plastic surgeon for a surgical option, in some cases that may still be my opinion. However the exciting development of plasma technology means I can treat roughly 80% of my clients successfully with Plexr, a non invasive non surgical treatment.
Solution Plexr from £500, surgery around £3,000.

How to Make Eyes Look Less Tired

Wednesday, September 26th, 2018

There are many characteristics that make eyes more beautiful. Some being
natural as we are born with, others may be applied. Among the most obvious
natural features are the shape and size of the eyes. Eyes can be anything
from near slits, to elongated, almond shaped, rounded, sleepy, puffy, amongst
other shapes and also vary in size. At times it is not so much the eye size but
more of their size in relation to the face. After that we get all the exquisite
possible eye colours, then the length of your eyelashes, the shape and skin
tone of your facial eye sockets and finally the shape, size, and curvature of
your eyebrows. Which of all these possible combinations are considered
more beautiful largely depends on country, culture and fashion.
Common eye problems and possible treatment options
Small eyes due to heavy brow – trying to open up the eye area can be
achieved with the use of well placed toxins into specific muscles.
Furthermore dermal filler such as Restylane can be placed in the brow,
temple and lateral forehead to give an non surgical brow lift, results
typically last 6-12 months. Prices range from £175 to £600.
2. Heavy upper eyelids and excessive skin- typically this becomes more of
an issue as we age, however for some, heavy eyelids is a hereditary feature.
In some clients surgical intervention is the best option, often when non
surgical treatments have been exhausted or are no longer as effective. In
recent times though Plexr Plasma soft surgery has become a popular choice
for the right candidate, it is a minor non invasive procedure with roughly a
week’s downtime. Treatments typically cost £500, clients normally require two
sessions, 3 months apart and last 18 months to 2 years.
3. Dynamic horizontal lines around the eyes and vertical deep lines to
the frown – These issues are caused by the overuse of muscles to the eye
area and frowning. There are not necessarily caused by the ageing process,
but rather stronger muscle and lifestyle habits. Staring at computer screens
and phones cause our eye muscles to be used more. Also frowning due to
thinking, expressing displeasure and as a way of shielding our eyes from
strong bright lights are all factors. For some individuals toxins work perfectly,
others are better with a light dermal filler, some individuals need a
combination of both due to severity of the wrinkles in question. Prices start
from £175 – £300.

Treatment of the month
Now the summer has gone lots of clients are feeling the affects especially to
the back. Not only is it a hard area to treat yourself, it also is prone to mild
bacterial outbreaks, congestion, rough dead skin cells and pigmentation.
Treat yourself to a back peeling agent to combat all of the above and feel
fresher price £150.
A study found that men and women rate a person’s eyes more important than other facial features when seeking for a potential partner.

Four Point Face Lift

Sunday, May 27th, 2018

This month I will be looking at how a non surgical Facelift can be achieved with dermal fillers, in recent years the demand for non surgical treatments has grown. I find that clients sometimes fall into the category where they are not old enough or not ready for a surgical approach. The beauty of using dermal fillers to lift the face is that you can go slowly, building up the areas and you have more control over the final outcome. Also they wear off over time and can be used in conjunction with dermal roller, laser or hifu to maximise results and increase the collagen and elastin to the skin tissues.


The four point Facelift uses the main areas of the lower face which over time sadly sags and shows volume loss. Firstly lifting the face by augmenting the cheek area is a must, this area is like the shelf of the face, if it is not stable, the lower regions will not lift fully. Secondly I address the nose to mouth lines, I think of this as the supporting scaffold, mid face rejuvenation and restoring the balance of the ‘golden triangle’ will automatically make a face look more youthful. However , one of the most troublesome and ageing features for a person are the ‘dreaded jowls’ or heavy jawline. Personally I like to use a sturdy dermal filler along the jawline to lift the jowls Aswell as lifting the mandible erotically next to the ear area. It gives a natural shaping and definition to the lower face and can help make the neck look less saggy. I tend to choose different types of dermal or volumising fillers, in accordance with age, fat loss and skin integrity.


One of my favourite in between dermal filler treatments and to help fight crepey or scarred skin is Restylane Skin Vital booster. It offers a unique approach to nourishing the skin, and works by delivering deep-Skin hydration, improving the skin structure and elasticity, and reducing fine lines and imperfections. The recommended protocol is three treatment 3-4 weeks apart. I find it great on all areas of the face, neck, declottege and backs of hands.

Good indications for vital booster plan

those looking to minimise the first signs of ageing
Boost skin hydration
Gradually improve skin condition
Improve roughness or dryness
Reduce the appearance of skin imperfections such as acne scars.

The Best Sun protectors

We all should know that the best anti-ageing cream is sun protector, however it can be a minefield knowing which ones are the best and ones that feel good on the skin. Nobody wants to walk around daily with thick white grease on their face!

Heliocare 360

This cream not only shields the skins surface from damage, but also defends the skin from within with its powerful fernblock. This combination means the skin will not only have the maximum protection against UVA , UVB, visible light and infrared -A, but also the free radicals caused by other environmental factors.

Heliocare Gel

Like the cream above but suitable for acne, oily skin types, will not give you spots.

Neostrata sheer physical protection

High protection formula, lightweight, transparent fluid. Offering g a broad spectrum UVA/UVB sun protection. Ideal for sensitive skin, giving a flawless finish.

Naturaceuticals and skin health

Friday, May 4th, 2018

This month I will be focusing on how to look radiant not just with amazing skin boosting medical facials, but how the connection between nutrition, skin conditions and ageing has been at the forefront of research more recently. After all, don’t they say true beauty comes from within?
Nutraceuticals and skin benefits
Over the years vitamins A, C & E have all demonstrated the ability to im- prove both the health and overall appearance of the skin. However nutrients which have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties provide protection from damage caused by the sun, supporting skin health, collagen synthesis and cell renewal.
Vitamin A – promotes dermal growth, regulates sebaceous gland activity. Both these actions are essential for skin cell turnover and prevention of acne symp- toms.
TRY RETINOL PEELS or Inspira Med lift serum or Neostrat retinol plus NAG, both are high grade and results are amazing.
Vitamin C – is a multi tasking Skin healer. Antioxidant, anti- ageing, natural skin brighter and melanin suppressant to prevent hyperpigmentation.
Try daily vitamin C orally, also topical solutions like Inspira Med radiance serum, Excuviance skin capsules, Obaji Brightalivs or Flavo C Forte.
Vitamin E – highly effective antioxidant, studies show vitamin Eorally can help protect the skin from harmful oxidants.
Examples of Dietary antioxidants to protect the skin – green tea, dark berries, citrus fruits, tomatoes, red wine and soy all have an effect on helping to pro- tect the skin.
Examples of dietary anti-inflammatories to protect the skin, curcumin and ginger can be added to food or drinks.
Treatments that can promote better skin health and appearance-
Treatment 1
– Derma roller – micro needling is a natural skin rejuvenation method that is able to soften wrinkles and scars. The process creates hundreds of microscop- ic ‘pinpricks’ to activate your body’s wound healing process. As your skin heals it uses your own collagen to fill the valleys of wrinkles and scars, great for open pores, sun damage and uneven skin tone.
Treatment 2
– Restylane Vital a stabilised hyaluronic acid gel will bind with water to bring lasting hydration to improve your skin elasticity and smoothness. This skin booster is a new approach to nourishing your skin, suitable for the following,
• great for men and women of all skin types
• for young to more mature skins
• for the face, neck, hands and décolletage
• for people who want to improve skin structure, acne scarred or photo
damaged skin
Treatment 3
– Glycolic peel mixed with a bespoke cocktail of anti ageing, antioxidant, nourishing and boosting power serums to suit your specific skin needs.
Skin peeling has been around for a long time even the Egyptians knew about skin exfoliation and its many benefits. It helps to remove dead skin, close pores and reduce fine lines and pigmentation.
In the case of those not suitable to have the glycolic peel an alternative Retin- ol peel can be used
Medical grade peeling agent to smooth and soften the skin, refine the pores, combined with vitamins, anti-ageing and antioxidant serums using a Meso- therapy technique to place products directly into the skin tissue.

Powerful Vitamin Peel

Sunday, March 18th, 2018

Finally the weather is starting to pick up, I think we would all agree it’s been a very long, cold win- ter. Unfortunately our skin has suffered as a consequence. The dramatic temperature changes from bitterly cold, windy days, then going indoors to dry hot central heating plays havoc with the skin. I highly recommend the new Neostrata Retinol peel with added boosting complex as a must have treatment to repair damaged skin and boost collagen as well as leaving your skin radiant with a youthful healthy glow – just in time for summer.
This advanced physician-strength peel contains 3% retinol plus retinol boosting complex to exfo- liate and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, plump and firm skin while promoting a bright, even and clear complexion. Contains soothing Bisabol to help calm skin.
Key points
– The Retinol, Aminofil and Neocitriate formula reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, laxity, mottled Pigmentation and pore size, and enhances clarity and radiance.
– Appropriate for mild to moderate skin imperfections as determined by a physician.
– Noticeable exfoliation.
– Can be used on blemish prone skin.
Conditions that can be treated
– Fine lines and wrinkles. – Hyperpigmentation.
– Acne scars.
– Pore size.
– Uneven or rough texture. – Dull skin tone.
– Acne prone skin.
Observable changes to the skin
– Improved appearance.
– Evening of skin tone.
– Visual softening.
– Diminished appearance in size. – Increased smoothness.
– Enhanced natural glow.
– Reduced appearance of blemishes.
These superficial peels are often conducted in a series of several peels to gain a noticeable im- provement to the face. Given 6-8 weekly, essential to use a daily SPF protector. £150 each treat- ment.
Products to enhance, intensify and maintain results.
Inspira Medical Advanced Radiance serum – vitamin C and copper peptides to generate elastin, collagen with vitamin C to smooth the complexion and effectively combat age spots and pigment.
Inspira Medical Advanced lift serum – vitamin A and copper peptides to stimulate collagen, lifting the facial contours and to help fine lines and wrinkles.
Neostrat retinol plus NAG complex – formulated to synergistically build skins matrix to lift and firm, diminish the appearance of age spots and smooth lines and wrinkles from the inside out.
Obagi brightalive is a non retinol skin brighter, minimises the appearance of skin discolouration and dark spots.
Exuviance Vit C capsules – 20% vitamin C, Aminofil amino acids to strengthen skin matrix , smooths wrinkles and provides you with a radiant complexion.
Inspira medical caviar repair filler effect serum, blend of caviar, amino acid rich, vitamin and lipids to give an incredible anti ageing effect.
Inspira medical hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid with brown and red algae to smooth and effec- tively hydrate the skin.
Inspira medical firm and lift. Hyaluronic acid with New Zealand fern extract for an effective lifting and firming agent.
SPF heliocare gel SPF 50 – suitable for acne, oily blemish prone skin. Luxurious soft and sweet smelling daily anti-pollutant. Comes in plain, sun shimmer or make up finish.
Neostrata sheer defence SPF 50 – lightweight formula, suitable for dry or sensitive skin. To protect your skin on a daily basis.

After perfecting your skin imperfections and achieving smoother firmer skin, we can consider oth- er factors that can spoil a complexion like:-
Facial veins- these unsightly broken capillaries on the face can be easily treated with a course of short wave diathermy, a tiny hair like needle is applied to the skin and conducts an electrical cur- rent to heat up the blood in the vein. The blood first clots and is then broken down and reab- sorbed by the body. 2-3 sessions are usually needed – average price £100.

Latest results with Mesotherapy for Cellulite and localised Fat

Thursday, November 16th, 2017

Mesotherapy is a French technique using micro injections of fat burning, lymphatic boosting and skin firming ingredients to help combat the dreaded cellulite and localised fat. This result was achieved with 5 sessions in conjunction with body brushing daily and moderate excercise.

Treatment Choices for Youthful Eyes

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

This month I will discuss and look at ways to help tired eyes, and the reasons as to why your eyes look tired, old or dark. When my clients attend for a consultation or new treatment, the eye area is normally always an issue in some way, the eyes are the windows of our soul, when you meet a person you naturally look at their eyes. Most clients seeking treatments will say ‘I’m sick of people saying I look tired!’ These comments damage a person’s confidence when constantly repeated. There are fantastic cosmetic and make up applications that can help disguise imperfections, but without a doubt it is harder to conceal problematic issues around the eye area.

Few of us escape the occasional raccoon-eye when we’ve not slept well or been unwell with an illness. This is a temporary condition solved with rest and improved health. But what’s going on if you ALWAYS look in the mirror and see that “raccoon” looking back at you?

Here are some suggestions of non surgical treatments that can help with specific issues. The right mix of these nonsurgical procedures can nearly mimic the results of plastic surgery with far less risk and downtime.

Dermal fillers – Volume loss directly under the eye is the top culprit in creating under-eye hollows. Light doesn’t bounce off your facial contours equally. Projected areas get more “bounce” – cheeks, lips, nose, forehead…Any concave area is left in the shadows, so they look darker. Such is the case with loss of volume under the eye. So by using droplets of Hyaluronic acid fillers which draw water to the sugar derivative particles helps to re-volumise the hollow ring around the eye naturally.
Furthermore, Volume loss under the eye and in the upper portion of the check will dramatically accentuate bags since the “bag” is now the portion that gets the most light reflection. Subtle cheek enhancement will help to reduce the sagging folds under the eye and restore facial balance. I use Hyaluronic acid fillers or calcium based fillers to give definition. However if there is a lot of dystrophy or facial sagging then poly lactic based fillers are great and almost give a face lift effect!

Plexr – Eyelid ptosis is simply loose skin; a result of age and sun exposure. Your eyes look smaller when the skin above and under the eye is loose and wrinkled. Again this appearance is accentuated by the light/shadow interplay of wrinkles. Plexr is a plasma based technology which emits an electrical arc and penetrates the targeted skin surface and will tighten eyelid skin by shrinking and lifting the tissue and spurring new collagen production for a renewed, fresh appearance of the skin with less wrinkling and smoother skin surface, it can also be used around the crows feet wrinkles and under eye crepey loose skin.

Muscle relaxing injections- given around the crows feet area, helps to relax hyper active muscle activity and can create more space to make the eye area look more awake, open and fresher.

Eye creams – my favourites are Anubis HA contour for very dry skin, Inspira med eye care cream for anti-ageing and vitamin C serum for dark circles.

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Treatment focus Tired Eye Rejuvenation

1 The science – a combination of mesotherapy which is a French rejuvenation system consisting of a specific eye contour cocktail of vitamins and minerals including,
Acetyl Tetrapeptide-5
Vitamin C
Hyaluronic acid 0,1%
Organic silicon 2%
Peptides and hyaluronic acid reinforce firmness, increase moisture and reduce wrinkles. Acetyl tetrapeptide-5 peptide fights against oedema-forming mechanisms and shows a decongesting effect, enhancing elasticity and skin smoothness. Caffeine activates the elimination of liquids and blood originated pigments responsible for dark circle colour, it also acts to reduce local inflammation. Organic silicon and vitamin C restore the dermal matrix to firm the skin. A unique synergy to achieve a beautiful, enlightened eye contour.

2 Benefits – who is suitable? All individuals over the age of 18, who do not have any known allergies to any of the substances and who do not have any infections at the injection site. A full medical history should always be given, medications and medical history need to be discussed also as part of patient safety.

3 How many and when can I expect to see results? A course of 3 – 5 treatments is suggested
Depending on severity and can also be combined with other aesthetic treatments.

Ageing of the Skin and Menopause

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017


The menopause is the result of a decline and change in hormone levels, it typically affects women around the age of 50-53 years.


When it comes to popular hormones, oestrogen takes the prize for being the most widely known and discussed. It is primarily the sex hormone but is also helps our skin and hair remain youthful and is responsible for skin thickness, skin moisture and wrinkle formation. Vitamin A, a great track record in increasing collagen and controlling pigmentation – Obaji Brightinex retinol

Estrogens can increase the Hyaluronic Acid content in the skin by maintaining fluid balance and structural integrity. They can also increase collagen production in the skin, allowing the skin to remain plump, hydrated and wrinkle-free.play a major role in the collagen and elastic network of the skin. Try daily creams and serums that contain Hyaluronic Acid, well know to increase plumpness and hydration to the skin – Inspira magic sphere serums, hydrating, firm and lift and cavies deep repair, moisturise with youth preservecream, or face sculpture Losing estrogens means losing dermal collagen production. So skin thins out, loses elasticity and sets the stage for wrinkle formation. Losing these hormones results in dehydrated, dry & itchy skinIf you struggle with dry skins make sure you are getting enough high quality omega-3. My favorite is Omega3+6+9. Taken in a capsule form. With regards to treatments, dermal fillers placed naturally and subtlety can help with plumping up the skin’s mattress, for fine creepy lines anymore on the face, neck and décolletage restylane skin vital boosters can really help and don’t volumise the area treated. My bespoke power booster fCiL which includes injections of vitamins, dermal roller to thicken the skin and a syringe of restylane vital gives a plump, firmer rejuvenated look to the fa e and neck.

. Estrogenic loss can also reduce the number of blood vessels in the skin, resulting in pale skin with a lack of nutrients traveling to the skin’s surface brighten your skin with creams and serums container no vitamin c and co-q-10 I find obaji bright alive a fantastic product.AVitamin C, which has also been shown to boost collagen production, also brightens skin and evens out skin tone Obaji bright alive, obaji c bright and Auriga flavo c serum

The decrease in oestrogen production from the ovaries leads to the many symptoms associated with the menopause particularly in the cutaneous tissue, including dryness, atrophy, fine wrinkles, poor healing, altered fat distribution and hot flushes, which can present in redness and broken capillaries to the face being present,along withoften characterized by hot flashes, red, itchy and blotchy skin which can exacerbate certain conditions like rosacea. Daily glycolic Skin products and in house mild chemical peeling can reduce redness and help to close enlarged pores, intense pulsed light treatments help to break down redness and flushing, as well as obaji rozatrol daily serum specisifically for redness and rosacea prone Skin.

You can also help with food, here are some Top Foods that provide Adequate Estrogen for all your skin needs:, start to include them into your regularly diet,Carrot, Beetroots, Potatoes, Pumkin, Peas, Alpha-Sprouts, flax seeds, sunflower and sesame. Bran, chickpeas , beans and soy.

Treatment focus Dermal Fillers

1 The science – a very fine needle is used to inject a soft filler substance into the dermis of the skin to help lift out wrinkles and folds in the skin tissue, it can be a sugar derivative Hyaluronic acid type, a calcium Based filler or a more volumising particle like po,y Latin acid which helps with facial dystrophy. An experienced practitioner can assess your needs and help pick the right type for you.

2 Benefits – who is suitable? All individuals over the age of 18, who do not have any known allergies to any of the substances and who do not have any infections at the injection site. A full medical history should always be given, medications and medical history need to be discussed also as part of patient safety.

3 How many and when can I expect to see results? Hyaluronic acid fillers give an almost immeadiate effect and get better once settled, calcium based take 12 weeks to reach maximum effects, but last longer generally, poly lactic based need minimum 3-5 treatments given 6 weeks apart, but can last 18 months to 3 years

Perfect Skin offer Dermatology and Age -related treatments

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

All About The Eyes

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

The moment you interact with someone, you look into the eyes. Eyes are the most expressive element of personality, tell a lot about you and are considered the mirror of the soul. The most common facial complaint from potential aesthetic clients is that they ‘look tired’ or they are concerned with heavy eyelids or puffy dark under eyes. This month I will focus on some of the most common problems and how they can be dealt with.

When we’re feeling a little Fatigued we are battling those pesky dark shadows under our eyes.
But why do we get dark circles under our eyes when we’re tired?
it’s important to note that dark circles and eye-bags are two separate things, although they often appear in tandem!

Dark circles are down to genes as much as lack of sleep
-The skin underneath your eyes is thin and covers muscles, fatty tissue and blood vessels. Dark circles are the result of light being reflected back from blood vessels sitting just below the skin’s surface.

-How dark that area is has a lot to do with skin colour and thickness.

why are they more prominent when you’re tired, it’s because your blood vessels increase in size.!

Daily tips to help dark circles

-Limit your salt intake
-Apply your concealer in a triangle under your eye rather than along the dark
– use a daily vitamin c serum under the eyes and an spf protector
-Nothing beats 8 hours sleep a night, exercise and a good diet
– take antihistamines and allergy nose sprays as allergies will worsen the under eye area
– FACT – Gravity will also affect the skin under the eyes in time, causing tissue to droop a little.

Eye treatment options –


Deep lines and creases around the outer eye often referred to as Crows feet : they are the fine lines and wrinkles around our eyes. For the most part they’re caused by sun exposure, but certain lifestyle habits like smoking can make them worse. Years and years of smiling and squinting can also play a part in how they’re formed.


Muscle relaxing injections placed correctly really help to reduce the heavy smiling and squinting action that contributes to the formation of the lines. In some case a light dermal filler injection may be beneficial as a stand alone treatment or in conjunction with muscle relaxing treatments.


Hollow sunken eyes, this is when you can see a hollow ring under the lower eye. Hollow eyes are caused by the loss of orbital fat in the lower eyelids,” in many client’s I see they often have a darker tone to the skin which exaggerates and highlights the problem More so.

A good hayaluronic acid based dermal filler injected deeply can really help, in some cases choosing a product with additional depigmenting agents will help. Using a daily vitamin c or vitamin a based product can help to lighten and thicken the delicate under eye area skin as it is very thin naturally.


Under eye bags As you age, the tissue structures and muscles supporting your eyelids weaken. The skin may start to sag, and fat that is normally confined to the area around the eye (orbit) can move into the area below your eyes. Also, the space below your eyes can accumulate fluid, making the under-eye area appear puffy or swollen. Several factors can lead to this, including:

Fluid retention due to changes in weather (for example, hot, humid days), hormone levels or eating salty foods
Not getting enough sleep
Allergies or dermatitis, especially if puffiness is accompanied by redness and itching
Heredity — under-eye bags can run in families
Also can be an indication of thyroid disease.


Lower blephoplasty Surgery is a good solution to help resolve these problems. However many of my clients would not consider surgery or are too frightened . I am now able to provide them with a non surgical softer approach to help- PLEXR , which is giving amazing results.


Sagging loose upper eyelid skin, a common problem in many individuals Eyelid drooping is excess sagging of the upper eylid. The edge of the upper eyelid may be lower than it should be (ptosis) or there may be excess baggy skin in the upper eyelid (dermatochalasis). Eyelid drooping is often a combination of both conditions.


Again surgical upper blephoplasty is a good choice, but if it’s not for you then again Plexr soft surgery treatments could be for you, normally 1-2 sessions are required and results can last around two years.


Slight puffiness and first signs of under eye ageing or darker skin

Perfect skins bespoke tired eye treatment consists of mesotherapy injections of vitamins and anti ageing solutions in conjunction with derma pen to strengthen and tighten the delicate skinIMG_9149