We all know the dangers of the sun and are madly slathering on the sun cream, but sadly, for most people, the damage has already been done. Dr Tapan Patel of the VIVA Clinic explains how he works to reverse the signs of sun damage
Dark circles, crows feet and baggy eyelids are all ageing, so it's hardly surprising that Botulinum toxin (Botox) and hyaluronic acid filler treatments such as Restylane are so popular. Indeed, Botox is the number one non-surgical cosmetic procedure worldwide.
In light of the PIP crisis, a spotlight was shone on the cosmetic surgery industry that prompted an independent review led by NHS Medical Director Sir Bruce Keogh.
Interestingly, despite it being a surgery issue that led to the review, it was actually non-surgical procedures that received much of the attention as it became obvious to the group just how unregulated this field currently is.
Winter doesn't do our skin any favours, what with the constant back and forth between biting artic winds and moisture-sapping central heating. Now that Spring has finally started to fight back, it's time to start investing in our skin. One new product that has taken our eye is NeoStrata's Skin Active Collagen Boosting Serum.
Lorna Bowes founded Aesthetic Source earlier this year to distribute the NeoStrata cosmeceutical line in the UK - a brand she first came across several years ago when working for a large dermal filler company. Here, she explains why she is so passionate about NeoStrata products, and what sets them apart
Our advice at TreatmentAdviser.com is that price should not be the top consideration when planning cosmetic surgery but, in the current challenging climate, it's hard to ignore financial considerations. I don't mean compromising on safety or results by choosing a 'cut-price' option but be canny about your investment.