A Natural Approach to Aesthetics

Posted on the 17 October 2018 at 11:00

Natural AestheticsWhen it comes to non-surgical aesthetic treatments, I really believe that the hallmark of a talented,
experienced and qualified medical aesthetic professional is a result that is subtle and natural rather
than looking ‘done’.

Oversized pouts, frozen features, taut skin over unnaturally ‘plump’ cheeks – these are all
‘enhanced’ facial characteristics that we regularly see on television and in magazines, and though it
may be the facial aesthetic ideal of that particular patient, it’s not something that I offer.

I work with the natural facial characteristics of every patient who comes to me (whether they are
just looking for advice and support or choose to proceed with a treatment) and I help them to gently
enhance their features and reveal their innate beauty. For me, a great treatment is one that has
friends and family members struggling to place what specifically has changed, commenting instead
on how ‘fresh’, ‘youthful’, ‘happy’ or ‘rested’ a patient looks post-procedure. Subtle injectable and
non-invasive treatments that smooth the skin, add youthful volume or restore a radiant glow and
use high quality, clinically-tested and proven products are the treatments that I am proud to offer.

Unnatural enhancements and ‘cheap and quick’ procedures aren’t on offer at my clinic, and I would love to see them ‘off the menu’ full stop!

Your skin is precious and delicate – give it the care and attention it deserves. And even if you think you want to ‘go big’ with lip augmentation, for example, trust the experience and advice of a medical professional! It is always possible to add a little more filler – if required AND if appropriate – at a later date, rather than overfill the lips at the outset and then have to reverse the procedure. Have patience, do your homework and seek advice from multiple medical aesthetic clinicians, if required, so that you know a treatment is safe and right for you.

And above all...Love the skin you are in!

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I wholeheartedly agree with this and sadly as “the selfie” is becoming more and more part of social media with the like of Kylie Jenner and Kim K rocking the news with whatever new treatment they’ve had done, it’s giving young women unrealistic expectations of beauty. This in turn makes them feel depressed and not good enough and can escalate really quickly.

Anonymous, Member Since 23 November 2018