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What treatments are most popular in your middle-aged patients?
What treatments/ tweakments would you recommend for people who want to maintain a ‘youthful’ appearance?
This really varies from person to person.
I would highly recommend a bespoke consultation to understand each individual's needs and concerns. Personally, my preference tends to be light doses of anti-ageing injectables to help soften lines and then an injectable booster such as Profhilo or polynucleotides to enhance and rejuvenate the skin. I think the most important piece of advice here is: easy does it, you really don’t want to be overdoing it because this can make you look more aged.
I believe the best aim is to look as good as you can for your age and a trustworthy medical injector will help you to achieve this and know when to stop.
How does your approach to the consultation process differ between age groups?
Is there an ideal time to start tweakments and advanced skin treatments?
What are your top tips to help people look their best?
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