One of your skin’s first signs of ageing is the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles that are most noticeable when you’re laughing or frowning, but can still be visible when your face is relaxed. You may notice that you have crows’ feet or laughter lines around your eyes when you smile, or horizontal brow lines that make you look like you’re constantly frowning. These ‘expressive’ lines are caused by the repeated contraction of the muscles below your skin.
It is possible to improve the appearance of expressive lines and wrinkles. Wrinkle relaxing injections are a popular and effective solution that can help to rejuvenate your appearance and slow down the speed at which new expressive lines develop.Find out more
In our teens and 20s, most of us take our beautiful, youthful skin for granted. It looks and feels naturally firm, has just the right amount of definition, and shows very few signs of damage, although acne can be a problem during these younger years.
From our late 20s onwards, the building blocks that give us our youthful skin begin to deplete; hyaluronic acid, collagen, elastin, and fatty tissues become less abundant and, as a result, our skin starts to show the first signs of ageing and sun damage. You may notice wrinkles starting to appear around your nose and mouth or shadows below your eyes – this is caused by a loss of volume.
Dermal fillers are an injectable treatment designed to temporarily restore the lost volume within your skin by using a synthetic form of hyaluronic acid, a volumising carbohydrate that is found in the connective tissues of our body. This treatment is most effective for smoothing out and filling static lines and wrinkles.Find out more
If your skin looks dull and damaged, you may well have a build-up of dead skin cells on the surface; this can block your pores, contributing to problems such as acne, as well as making your complexion look tired, unhealthy, and uneven.
Skin peels are an excellent treatment option for removing any dead skin cells, stimulating cell renewal, addressing skin damage, and helping your complexion to look fresh, healthy and blemish free.
At Aesthetic Nursing Services, we use superficial to moderate-depth skin peels that can transform your skin without putting you through weeks of peeling and downtime. This is a fantastic choice when you want your skin to look smoother, plumper, and brighter.Find out more
Collagen and elastin are two of the key building blocks for young, firm and healthy skin. Micro-needling is an exciting treatment option because it stimulates your body’s own healing response to stimulate new collagen and elastin production, instead of relying on external products to create a rejuvenating effect.
Using the Dermafix Micro-Needling Pen, we are able to create tiny micro-injuries in your skin in the form of columns or needle-pricks just 0.2mm wide. The injuries close within 24 hours and yet trigger a skin healing chain reaction that promotes cell growth, as well as fresh collagen and elastin. As this reaction takes place, your skin will look healthier, firmer and smoother.
Micro-needling has been shown to improve the appearance of scars and pigmentation, to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and to shrink large pores.Find out more
If you have skin blemishes such as skin tags, warts or thread veins, you may feel that you want them removed whether they’re in a highly visible position or just you know they’re there. Treatment is often not available through the NHS for skin conditions that are deemed ‘cosmetic’ but removing unwanted blemishes can give your confidence a powerful lift.
Advanced electrolysis – specifically Short Wave Diathermy – is a popular and highly effective treatment option for treating small skin abnormalities on your face or body. During the procedure, we conduct a small electrical current to the abnormal skin cells to gently heat and destroy them. This treatment requires little to no downtime, and minimal risks when carried out by an experienced professional. The risks of scarring are small and your unwanted blemishes will quickly improve and hopefully disappear.Find out more
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