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Treatment Options For Arms

Tighten or remove excess skin

Ageing, as well as significant weight loss can lead to lax skin in the upper arms as the skin’s elasticity is weakened and less able to maintain skin tightness.


Reduce fat in upper arms

As well as surgical and less invasive non-surgical procedures which can remove or tighten excess skin, other treatments seek to remove fat in the under arm.


Treatment Options For Arms

Tighten or remove excess skin

Ageing, as well as significant weight loss can lead to lax skin in the upper arms as the skin’s elasticity is weakened and less able to maintain skin tightness.


Reduce fat in upper arms

As well as surgical and less invasive non-surgical procedures which can remove or tighten excess skin, other treatments seek to remove fat in the under arm.


Treatment Options For Back

Remove unwanted hair

Hair can be unwanted for cosmetic reasons or excessive hair growth, known as hirsutism, which can be caused by a medical condition or hormonal imbalances.


Reduce acne

Propionibacterium acnes or p.acnes) which lives naturally on the skin but proliferates and triggers redness and the spot formation associated with acne.


Treatment Options For Body

Weight loss

Many of us are carrying around unhealthy levels of excess fat and weight loss would improve long-term health and wellness.


Tighten or remove excess skin

Ageing, as well as weight loss can lead to lax skin in various areas of the body, including the upper arms, inner thighs, abdomen and buttocks.


Remove unwanted hair

Hair can be unwanted for cosmetic reasons or excessive hair growth, known as hirsutism, which can be caused by a medical condition or hormonal imbalances.


Remove tattoos

Treatments can remove tattoos completely or fade them enough to then be able to have a more preferable piece of art in place of the original tattoo.


Remove lumps and bumps (moles, skin tags, warts)

Lumps or bumps on your face or body should be professionally checked. Benign, non-harmful blemishes and lesions can be safely removed or referred onwards for dermatological treatment.


Reduce excessive sweating

Excessive sweating is known medically as hyperhidrosis. It most commonly occurs in the underarms but can also affect the hands, feet, face and scalp.


Menopausal symptoms

The female menopause usually occurs between the age of 45 and 55. Some women can experience early menopause but the average starting age in the UK is 51.


Improve wellness

Wellness treatments seek to supplement missing components needed to restore a healthy body and mind, plus advice and counselling on lifestyle changes.


Improve stretch marks

Stretch marks, known medically as striae, occur when the inner skin layer, below the surface is stretched to the point where it weakens and loses its elasticity.


Change belly button

As well as the position of the belly button, the size and shape of it can be a concern. Surgical options can reposition and reshape the navel or umbilicus.


Body contouring for reduction of fat and cellulite

Body Contouring is an option for those wishing to refine a few areas of stubborn fat and skin looseness which doesn’t improve with diet and exercise.


Treatment Options For Bottom

Reduce cellulite

Cellulite is very common, affecting between 85 and 98 percent of women and is mistakenly associated with being overweight but also affects slim individuals.


Lift buttock

Lifting the buttock skin using surgical and non-surgical techniques can improve the youthful aspect of the buttocks and create a more rounded appearance.


Increase buttock size

Increasing the size of the buttocks is often part of a Brazilian Butt Lift or BBL procedure alongside lifting the buttocks.


Treatment Options For Breast

Reduce female breast size

Surgery can reduce the excess weight of the increased breast tissue and reshape the breast to a more manageable size and appearance.


Make breasts larger

The use of silicone or saline-filled breast implants, inserted surgically, can change both the shape and size of the breasts.


Lift breasts

Breast lifting procedures raise the breast, often bringing the nipple or areola back to a more central position whereby it no longer points downwards.


Improve decolletage skin

Skin in the decolletage can become thin and creepy, as well as pigmented with sun damaged spots or freckles and wrinkles near the breast and cleavage area.


Correct nipple problems / areola restoration

Corrective procedures can improve the appearance of the nipple area, including enhancement or reduction in size, as well as colour lightening or brightening.


Treatment Options For Chest

Reduce male chest size

Man boobs, moobs... we’ve all heard the terms, but excess fat and breast tissue in the male chest area can be due to a medical condition called gynaecomastia.


Increase male chest size

Surgically-placed silicone implants can be used in the pectoral or male chest area to correct defects, or to cosmetically increase the apparent musculature in the area.


Treatment Options For Ears

Pin back ears

Pinning back the ears, or reshaping cartilage can be done with minimally surgical techniques in the modern era in both children and adults.


Treatment Options For Eyes

Reduce eye bags

The appearance of eye bags under the eyes as we age is very common, resolution usually requires a surgical approach to achieve a good result.


Reduce crow's feet

Crow’s feet with mild to moderate depth wrinkles can be effectively reduced using many treatments, both non-surgical and surgical.


Lift upper eyelids

Removal or tightening of loose upper eyelid skin can open up the eye again and achieve a more youthful aspect.


Lift brows

Surgical and non-surgical treatments can be used to raise the eyebrows and open up the expression and the eye area again.


Improve dark circles (tear troughs)

Tear trough rejuvenation seeks to improve both the hollow and the overlying skin smoothness to reduce the shadowing effect of dark under eye circles.


Correct vision

Laser eye surgery, such as LASIK, LASEK and PRK can be used to improve short-sightedness (myopia), long-sightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism.


Treatment Options For Face

Smooth forehead and frown lines

From raising eyebrows in surprise to frowning in anger, these movements lead to lines and wrinkles between the eyes and across the forehead.


Reshape chin

Surgical and non-surgical treatment options are available for both men and women and can be used to augment the chin, correct problems and relax overactive muscles.


Remove unwanted hair

Unwanted or superfluous hair, whether for cosmetic reasons or due to a medical condition, can cause both physical and psychological effects on an individual.


Remove lumps and bumps (moles, skin tags, warts)

Lumps or bumps on your face or body should be professionally checked. Benign, non-harmful blemishes and lesions can be safely removed or referred onwards for dermatological treatment.


Reduce vascular marks, red spots or port wine stains

Treatments range from simple camouflage to hide any red marks, through to targeted treatments aimed at reducing the vascularisation in the area.


Reduce acne

Acne is caused by a hormonal imbalance which leads to an overproduction of sebum, the oil found in the sebaceous glands of the skin.


Prevent sun damage

By protecting the skin with a broad-spectrum SPF with UVA coverage, you can prevent skin damage including lines, wrinkles and pigmented age spots.


Lift and tighten face

Skin loses elasticity over time because we stop producing as much healthy collagen and elastin as we did in our youth, leading to sagging, wrinkled skin.


Increase volume in cheeks

As we age we tend to lose volume or fat in the middle of our faces. This means that the cheekbone area can lose definition and the face can start to look gaunt.


Improve thread veins

Thread veins or spider veins, medically known as telangiectasia, are tiny blood vessels that most commonly appear across the nose and cheeks for both men and women.


Improve skin tone and texture

Getting older, genetics and the natural ageing process reduces skin elasticity, hydration and the ability to produce new collagen and hyaluronic acid as easily.


Improve scarring

Facial scarring including scars from acne, illness, accident or surgical treatment can be bothersome, especially where something hasn’t healed as it should.


Improve rosacea

There are various types of rosacea including inflammatory, vascular, phymatous, ocular and neurogenic. The most common are the inflammatory and vascular forms.


Improve pigmentation (age spots and sun damage)

The biggest single damage to the skin is from the sun. Treatments seek to improve or remove the appearance of the pigmentation blemishes from exposure to ultraviolet or UV radiation.


Improve melasma or chloasma

Also referred to as the mask of pregnancy, melasma or chloasma is a skin condition which often occurs in women during pregnancy, as well as darker skin types.


Improve jawline contours

There are many aspects behind wanting to improve the jawline. Treatments seek to restore the jawline shape and well as lift and tighten the jowling in the area.


Hide or camouflage facial imperfections

Skin camouflage is used to hide facial imperfections and discolouration, such as scarring, birthmarks, vitiligo, burns or areas of darker pigmentation.


Get semi-permanent make-up

Micropigmentation can be used to camouflage or conceal facial imperfections or used as semi-permanent make-up for eyeliner, lip liner or to define your eyebrows.


Facial feminisation

For those transitioning from male to female who need enhancement to bring their facial features more in line with the size and shape of feminine facial features.


Treatment Options For Feet

Treat fungal nail infection

A fungal nail infection is caused by fungi which weakens the nail, discolouring it and making it thickened, brittle and crumbly.


Cushion soles of feet

The need to cushion the ball of the foot to relieve pressure on metatarsal bones has lead to natural padding by adding volume to the foot through injection.


Treatment Options For Genitals

Tighten vagina

Experiencing a feeling of laxity is common for women and can have an affect on both sexual satisfaction and self esteem, but also cause issues with continence.


Remove unwanted hair

Hair can be unwanted for cosmetic reasons or excessive hair growth, known as hirsutism, which can be caused by a medical condition or hormonal imbalances.


Reduce labia size

Hypertrophic labia can cause problems and discomfort with sexual intercourse and increase the likelihood of experiencing yeast infections such as thrush.


Increase penis size

For those who feel that the size of their penis is inadequate, treatments available aim to improve physical (length and girth) and psychological deficits.


Improve vaginal dryness

After the menopause, many women experience a thinning and drying of the vaginal walls due to a reduction in the production of oestrogen.


Improve sexual function

Treatments are aimed at rejuvenating sexual satisfaction by rejuvenating the tissue within the male and female genitals and enhancing the sensitivity of erogenous zones.


Treatment Options For Hair

Restore hairline or bald area

A variety of medications, surgical and non-surgical treatment options are available to treat hair loss and help to restore hair growth.


Remove unwanted hair

Unwanted or superfluous hair can be bothersome and cause both physical and psychological effects on an individual.


Treatment Options For Hands

Treat fungal nail infection

A fungal nail infection is caused by fungi which weakens the nail, discolouring it and making it thickened, brittle and crumbly.


Reduce ageing to hands

Skin on the hands becomes thinner over time, often with pigmentation spots due to sun damage and the underlying veins and bone structure becomes more prominent.


Treatment Options For Legs & Thighs

Treat varicose veins

Varicose veins are a more serious medical concern than thread or spider veins, although treatment is not always available on the NHS as they are regarded as a cosmetic concern.


Remove unwanted hair

Hair can be unwanted for cosmetic reasons or excessive hair growth, known as hirsutism, which can be caused by a medical condition or hormonal imbalances.


Reduce cellulite

Cellulite is very common, affecting between 85 and 98 percent of women. It only affects women due to the way that females store fat in the lower body.


Improve thread veins

The appearance of surface thread veins on the legs can be an early sign of vascular compromise deeper in the leg, so a proper medical check may be worthwhile.


Improve stretch marks

Stretch marks occur when the inner skin layer, below the surface is stretched to the point where it weakens and loses its elasticity.


Treatment Options For Mouth

Whiten teeth

Stained or discoloured teeth can be embarrassing but methods now exist to help whiten or bleach teeth, removing staining caused by smoking or food and drink.


Straighten teeth

Misaligned or crooked teeth can be straightened with a variety of dental solutions such as metal braces or clear, moulded clip-ons which are more discreet.


Restore or repair teeth

Damaged teeth can be improved with a variety of cosmetic dental procedures. From simple restoration such as fillings and bonding to fitting crowns and bridges.


Reduce smoker's lines

Smoker’s lines are the fine lines and wrinkles which form around the mouth due to the repeated movement commonly associated with smoking.


Reduce marionette lines

The lines that run from the corners of your mouth down towards your chin are marionette lines. Treatments are available to tighten the area and smooth wrinkles.


Reduce gummy smile

A gummy smile is when you show a lot of your gum above and below your teeth when you smile and can be improved with a range of treatments.


Enhance size and shape of lips

The desire for the perfect pout with large, full lips is a trend with young women, whilst older women and men seek treatments for thinning or deflated lips affected by ageing.


Treatment Options For Neck

Tighten neck

Tightening the skin around the neck area through surgical and non-surgical methods can improve and smooth the appearance and reduce the appearance of a turkey neck.


Repair ear lobe damage

Surgical and non-surgical solutions are available to repair the ear lobe, lift or add back volume to restore the original shape and provide cosmetic improvement.


Reduce double chin

Skin tightening and fat reduction treatments, both surgical and non-surgical, exist to reduce the appearance of a double chin.


Treatment Options For Nose

Reduce 'bunny lines'

Bunny lines are the little creases on the side of the nose if you scrunch up your face, they can be reduced with non-surgical treatments.


Correct nose shape

Changing the shape of the nasal tip, nasal bridge, the straightness or angles of the nose can be done using both surgical and non-surgical procedures.


Treatment Options For Stomach

Reduce fat

Being overweight or suffering from the symptoms of obesity which can cause excess fat. Various aesthetic treatments, surgical options and lifestyle procedures exist to help reduce fat in the stomach, for both men and women.


Reduce excess skin

Surgical options exist to reduce excess skin but for less severe cases of loose skin, non-surgical treatments can stimulate tissue contraction to tighten skin.


Improve stretch marks

Stretch marks occur when the inner skin layer, below the surface is stretched to the point where it weakens and loses its elasticity.