Tweak rather than Tuck When it Comes to Anti-Ageing Treatments - Skin Medical
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Tweak rather than Tuck When it Comes to Anti-Ageing Treatments

 

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For a number of years, there was a notable increase in the number of invasive cosmetic procedures that were being performed, both on women and men. However it appears that more Britons are moving their interest into smaller procedures, opting to “tweak” rather than “tuck”.

Supporting this approach, an American cosmetic surgeon insists that his key to keeping clients looking youthful, is to make small tweaks over many years starting when the patient is young, rather than one big procedure once significant signs of ageing have began to noticeably show.

This subtle approach has grown to become the new ideal, as the more understated procedures have grown in popularity. These include anti ageing procedures such as chemical peels and dermal fillers taking precedence over other treatments and surgeries.

The professional reasoning behind this new trend is that anti-ageing treatments will be much more effective when they are performed gradually. By undergoing regular treatments such as Chemical Skin Peels, Botox, Dermal Fillers, Laser Resurfacing Treatments as soon as the signs of ageing begin to show, you will prevent lines, wrinkles and sagging of skin on and surrounding the face, rather than trying to reverse the signs in later life.

Mild procedures, such as glycolic face peels gently exfoliate the skin, revealing a smooth refreshed surface; yet can turn back the clock significantly. It encourages the stimulation of collagen growth with reduces wrinkles, giving you a more youthful appearance. Glycolic peels are extremely safe and a great place to start if you believe that prevention is better than cure when it comes to anti-ageing!

To book your free consultation, contact our Manchester skin clinic today and speak to one of our qualified practitioners.

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