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Who doesn’t want a plumper pout? And yet, when we see fuller looking lips on other women, we can’t help but wonder: Are her lips the result of genetics, clever makeup skills, or injections? If you’ve ever been curious about them or how they work, we’ve covered everything you need to know to get the perfect pout.
Cosmetic Treatment- Lip Fillers
Prior to any treatment we recommend a consultation with a Doctor to determine whether you are suitable for the treatment. This step is extremely important because you want to make sure that what you are looking for is achievable and will match the overall shape and structure of their face. If someone has smaller facial features, they may look strange with lips that are too full. Different facial structures will dictate what lip shape and volume will be appropriate.
After the patient decides on the size and shape, the Doctor should explain the various options in terms of which filler would be right for you. In terms of the actual process, there are some fillers that contain lidocaine, a common local anesthetic, to make the process as painless as possible. Alternatively, a numbing cream can be applied to the area15 minutes before the treatment. The whole process takes less than and hour, and most patients have a consultation and leave the same day with a plumper pout.
The most common treatment patients ask for involves hyaluronic fillers, which are injected below the outer layer of the skin. Hyaluronic acid is a substance found naturally in the body and is the main ingredient in FDA approved fillers like Juvederm and Restylane. Based on the placement of the filler, your lips can be volumised, reshaped, and redefined.
Cost From £200
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Make Up Trend
Nude lips are a classic way to enhance your lips naturally. In recent months they have gone from new trend to new classic, with make up artists and celebrities all following suit. Whether you’re fair and blonde, or have a medium complexion, nude lips look classically beautiful on nearly all skin tones.
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In recent months, youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Kylie has been sporting an ever fuller pout, causing speculation that she may have had a little help from a filler.
Natura Anti Ageing Clinic Manchester is nearly complete.
Located on Thomas Street in the Northern Quarter we will be offering all our usual treatments, as well as some new pioneering treatments for anti ageing health.
We will be opening in 2 weeks time, so call us today on 0161 300 9060 to book an appointment.
Check out our new website at www.naturaantiageing.co.uk
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What Is A Tear Trough?
The tear trough is the groove at the junction the lower eyelid and the cheek. One of the common changes to happen, as we age, is the appearance and gradual worsening of dark circles under the eyelids. This occurs due to the thinning of the overlying skin and soft tissue over the bony orbital rim. A band of tethering fibrous tissue called the orbitomalar ligament, binds the skin underneath the lower eyelid to the underlying bony rim of the eye socket.
When we are young, this ligament is usually not visible, this is due to the surrounding plump fat, thicker overlying skin and soft tissue surrounding this structure. However, with age, atrophy of the adjacent tissues and thinning of the skin occurs, leading to increased visibility of this deep attachment between the skin and orbital rim- the result? Hollow tear troughs and dark circles.
So how can we treat this? – Tear Trough Fillers
An increasingly popular treatment is the use of injectable fillers. Tear trough fillers essentially fill out the trough. By replacing the loss of volume at the junction between the upper cheek and lower eyelid patients eliminate the need for surgery and dramatically improve their appearance. Dark patches under the eyes are often down to shadowing within the trough itself. The fillers contain hyalauronic acid– a natural tissue component produced by the body that not only provides patients with a safe solution but also effectiveness.
The aim of the treatment is to place the filler below the skin and soft tissue around orbitomalar ligament. This lifts the tissues, making the tear trough appear shallower. In most patients there is an almost immediate improvement with a reduction in the depth and width of the tear trough itself.
Prices start at £200
We have all felt the discomfort of tight, parched skin when we’ve been out in the sun for too long. This is what’s known as skin dehydration. When there is an imbalance between the intake of water and the amount of water required by skin cells to stay healthy, it results in a dehydrated condition.
It was reported this week that Hollywood actress Rachel Weitz, regularly makes trips to her dermatologist to ensure her skin is hydrated. Its is regularly reported in the press that Rachel looks far younger than her 40+ years, perhaps its all down to her hydrated skin.
One important thing to remember is that there’s a difference between dehydrated and dry skin, although the symptoms are similar. While dehydration is a deficiency of water in the skin, dryness is the result of a loss of oil in the skin. Don’t mistake oily skin for being moisture-loaded. Oily skin has more open pores and this can lead to greater water loss.
Skin is smooth and has elasticity because below the surface water, collagen and hyaluronic acid add volume from beneath. Loss of water means loss of volume, this ultimately results in the onset of wrinkles and ageing skin.
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Treatment: Rehydration Fillers
Treatment areas include the face, neck, décolletage and hands; designed to replenish the hyaluronic acid lost through ageing, hence hydrating the skin and improving its elasticity and tone.
The procedure involves injecting multiple, small amounts of the hyaluronic acid into the skin
We recommend 3 treatments for the full effect to take, however many patients notice after 2 treatments.
Prices start at £280.00 a treatment.
Avene Soothing Hydrating serum
Available in 30ml.
Intensive soothing and hydrating care for sensitive skin, irritated or weakened by external factors. The Soothing Hydrating Serum is highly concentrated in Avène Thermal Spring Water providing an immediate calming effect. The thermal water is carried by liposomes (patented system) to ensure an optimum long lasting diffusion in the upper layer of the skin. The glycerine improves the skin hydration, suppleness and comfort. Thanks to the delicate formula of the Soothing Hydrating Serum the skin is silky smooth and rebalanced.
Avene Eluage Moisturiser (containing hyaluronic acid)
Available in 30ml
Eluage cream is specially formulated for the loss of firmness, deep wrinkles and skin dryness. Based on a patented combination of Retinaldehyde and H.A.F. (Exclusive Fragmented Hyaluronic Acid). Eluage acts by working deep within the skin by stimulating collagen and elastin fibre production. Facial contours are plumped, reshaped and toned, wrinkles are less defined and smoother and skin is nourished and revitalised.