I decided to go for dermal fillers in my face as I have a naturally very sad face when I don’t smile. It was really beginning to effect my confidence and I started avoiding mirrors more and more. Having previously discussed the possibility of fillers with Dr Sam I just decided I could no longer deal with my sad looking face.
I can see how this Kick Start Programme would be a fantastic starting point for not only people with weight loss goals, but for people who are already at their preferred weight, to allow them to further improve their health and fitness.
Some gyms can provide similar analysis but the InBody 770 is currently one of the most advanced and accurate on the market, so if you really want to set some good fitness resolutions for 2018, booking in for a full body composition analysis would be a great start to focus on your goals toward strong, fit and healthy.
When Morag Galloway first stepped through the doors at Temple Medical, she was feeling permanently tired and unhappy. At 52, Morag was pre-menopausal and exhausted. She was suffering from hot flushes, mood swings and had lost her get up and go.
Morag first met with Dr Sam Robson in 2016 to talk about Bio Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. She had heard mixed reports about HRT and wanted to investigate a more tailored approached to hormone replacement.
5-Day Fasting Mimicking Diet
ProLon® is fasting with food. Meals come in 5 small boxes, one for each day, that include plant-based energy bars, soups, a variety of snacks, drinks, and supplements. All ingredients have been studied and carefully designed to nourish your body and promote positive changes.
Karen our Aesthetic Nurse kept a diary of her experience of ProLon®
Day 1 – Sunday
I’m excited but nervous. The box doesn’t seem to have a lot in it! We’re meeting folk for the afternoon too so need to try and work out how I eat the soup for lunch and cope with them eating in front of me!
Breakfast is a bar. It’s sweet and tasty. Sam then tells me to half it to keep some for later – too late, I’ve hovered it with a cup of mint tea.
When it comes to finding bargains we often respond emotionally rather than rationally. Just think about those half price shoes (you didn’t really need) or the three for two beauty products that you have bought (even though you only needed one). These purchases are often impulsive, but we justify them by highlighting the money we have saved.
However, when it comes to your face you really don’t want to go looking for a bargain; as the saying goes ‘buy cheap, pay twice’.
The aesthetic industry is seen to be more profitable than ever and it has attracted more and more people to offer injectable treatments
These treatments are perceived by some to be just ‘an advanced beauty treatment’ and as a result people who are not medically trained are picking up a needle. But you wouldn’t let your hairdresser or nail technician give you your travel vaccinations, would you?
If you want to look more youthful, let us introduce you to skin boosters – the brand-new approach to improving your skin.
We want to make sure there are even more ways to enhance, restore and refresh the appearance of your skin. So, what are they and how do skin boosters differ from other injectables like dermal fillers for example.
Fillers are usually injected to restore volume loss whereas skin boosters are injected to improve the quality of your skin by boosting hydration levels. This improves both the radiance and the firmness of your skin.
We have a number of options that can target diet resistant fat and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin to tighten and sculpt your body. For best results, we would recommend a course of treatments – all for a fraction of the price of surgery.
The treatments are painless and some even say it’s just like having a massage. Once you’ve had your treatment you can get on with your day because there is absolutely no downtime!
Did you know Acne is the most common skin problem? – People of all ages can get acne – however it does mostly affect teenagers and young adults. A whopping 80 percent of all people have acne outbreaks at some point in their lifetime – so you are not alone! You may be wondering ‘What is Acne and how is it caused?’ Acne is a skin disease that affects the skin’s glands – the spots and blemishes are caused when tiny holes/ pores in the skin (known as hair follicles) become blocked and then inflamed. Doctors say certain factors like hormone changes, stress, types of medicine, greasy makeup and even your genes (if your parents had acne then you might get it too) can make you more prone to bad skin. Although in itself acne it is not a serious health issue, it can affect your day to day confidence and you may be left with scars if these spots are picked.
Soft as a baby’s…
I’m no Naomi Campbell. A natural ginger, with a pale freckly appearance, I’m used to having to slap on factor 50 and sit in the shade, while friends soak up their sexy tans in bright sunshine. As a 70s child, I spent most of my time outdoors, when bronzing oil was more readily available than sun protection cream.
In the 70s and particularly in the long hot summer of 1976, kids burned. “Slap on some after-sun and get back outside, the sun is good for you”, we heard.
We don’t do cheap lips, we fix them…
There are many reasons why people choose this particular treatment. Some people get lip fillers because as they age, their lips have lost their definition – some people have noticed there is an imbalance to the appearance of their lips – whereas others are just fed up using lip liner to enhance their pout and want something longer lasting than their daily make-up .
When it comes to your face – you shouldn’t let price make the decision for you. Injectable treatments may be ‘non-surgical’ but injecting a product into your body is a medical procedure, so surely you want it done properly using the right technique, right product and by the right person.
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