10 Post-Lockdown Aesthetic Treatments To Book Now
Vogue Digital – Skincare Sunday
Written by Hannah Coates
21st June 2020
Dr Tracy Mountford features in the latest Vogue article about the 10 Post-Lockdown Treatments To Book Now.
Hannah reports for Vogue Digital: With Zoom being used almost daily and high on everyone’s agenda these past three months to keep in touch with friends and loved ones, no angle has been left unturned of our faces, heads, necks, frowns and facial lines. Hannah onto to say, “This has been a time of huge self-scrutiny, how we look on camera, instead of that once fleeting glance in the bathroom mirror”.
Vogue highlights how many aesthetic dermatologists and doctors have waiting lists for the many aesthetic treatments that work to offset the tell-tale signs of lockdown.
Some of the 10 Post Lockdown Aesthetic Treatments Listed below:
A treatment highlighted for dark circles and eye bags is Tear Trough filler for those patients that are suffering from hollowing underneath the eyes – you can read more about our Tear Trough treatments here
For dehydration and dullness of the skin Profhilo is recommended to improve hydration and tightening of the skin as an injectable moisturiser which was also recommended in The Times. You can read more about Profhilo here.
For A Slack Jaw
For a slack jaw – Dr Tracy Mountford was profiled and reports, “With more awareness of our chin area than ever before thanks to that downward head tilt as we stare down at our screens” she recommends addressing this indication with Ultherapy a collagen boosting treatment that precisely targets the deep structural layers of the skin without disrupting the skins surface. She goes onto say, “Ultherapy lifts, sculpts and tightens the skin at muscle level, as well as the superficial level (our skin) resulting in a really nice definition and youthful contour,” “The impact of the treatment is not only noticeable from the front, but also from the side profiles.” For more mature skin types she recommends combining Ultherapy with Juvederm filler called Volux, which has been specifically developed to lift and sculpt the jawline.
For An Angry Furrowed Brow
For an angry furrowed brow, Dr Mountford recommends Ultherapy & Botox, “As we get older, the brows tend to descend which can make the eyes and eyebrows look angry or harsh,” says Dr Mountford. “The effects of Ultherapy last a long time and will naturally and subtly lift the eyebrows, restoring an attractive, natural-looking arch which will in turn make the eyes look fresher.” For the line in between them, she say’s consider Botox, which relaxes the muscles that help form the angry “eleven” shape and lasts up to three months.
Lastly Vogue reports on ‘techneck’a much-reported concern for many, where our neck is bent forward craning over technology which can lead to excess chins and can culminate in a crepey neck. For this concern Dr Mountford recommends CoolSculpting’s Coolmini applicator combined with Ultherapy skin tightening to the lower jawline: she says, “Changes in our posture will help improve this look immediately,” says Dr Mountford. “However if it’s a long-term concern, a combination of CoolSculpting [which uses cryolipolysis to freeze fat cells] to reduce the excess fat under the chin and jawline along with Ultherapy to lift and tighten the skin on the neck and jawline will complement each other.” Volite is also recommended for the neck by Dr Mountford, to hydrate and smooth the skin on the neck.
For more in formation on the treatments mentioned above you can call: London clinic 0203 319 3637 or Buckinghamshire clinic 01753 646 660 or fill out the enquiry form here.
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