For a considerable number of years muscle relaxants have been used in cosmetic medicine to relax frown lines and crow's feet.
Dry Skin Treatments at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic
A dry, dehydrated, lacklustre or sun damaged complexion needs extra care. While non-surgical skin boosting treatments can help to stimulate collagen within our skin to repair itself and rejuvenate, these skin improvements can actually be further enhanced by cosmeceutical skincare ranges.
Cosmeceutical is a word that combines ‘cosmetic’ and ‘pharmaceutical’. This type of product has the active potential to bring about visible changes to the skin, backed by clinical evidence. Applied topically, a cosmeceutical product can penetrate deeper into the skin where the collagen, elastin and cellular activity takes place.
Cosmeceutical products contain higher concentrations of active ingredients, making them results-focused. Ingredients that feed, nourish and thicken the skin, such as topical Vitamin C serum and Vitamin A, improve skin quality and work in synergy with in-clinic treatments for prolonged and boosted effects.
*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.