Time for some Needle work? – Woman & Home

Time for some Needle work?

Woman & Home Magazine

November 2020

The latest innovations in non-surgical skincare are explored in the November issue of Woman & Home magazine.

The article begins by reporting on how a shift to home working has made us all scrutinise the quality of our skin much more closely. Leading independent beauty expert Alice Hart-Davis states how “being obliged to watch ourselves on screen” during Zoom calls has “made us all focus on our worst features.”

While the ‘Zoom Face’ phenomenon is certainly a new concept, ignited by the home-working shift caused by the pandemic, it has prompted a renewed appetite in all of us to enhance our looks with the latest “tweakments,” from lifting our chin and cheeks, to simply lifting our spirits.

The article then zooms in on some of the top treatments that people are now relying on to give them that much needed post-pandemic skincare boost. Dr Tracy Mountford of The Cosmetic Skin Clinic recommends CoolSculpting combined with Ultherapy to target the negative effects of the dreaded working-from-hometech neck.”

This much-talked-about term is used to describe the formation of wrinkly necks and sagging chins as we bend forward over our iPads, computers and mobile phones. Dr Mountford emphasises how these detrimental effects can be smartly counteracted using these advanced technologies:

“A combination of CoolSculpting, to reduce 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.”

When used together, these game-changing treatments will sculpt and tighten the neck with transformational results.

The article also recommends the use of dermal filler treatments for patients who may be feeling self-conscious about the appearance of dark circles and eye bags. Profhilo is also recommended as a great technique to rely upon for those individuals who are “lusting after plump dewy skin” after spending months stuck indoors.

For more information about the treatments mentioned in this article, explore our treatments page, or call our London or our Buckinghamshire clinic on 0330 828 4668. Alternatively, fill out our enquiry form.

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