Temperatures are finally starting to reflect the time of the year so it seems summer’s here at last. But for those who suffer from excessive sweating, the arrival of summer can be bad news. Perspiration is common for the majority of us in the warmer months. You may find you are getting through more deodorant… Continue reading Hyperhidrosis treatment for a sweat-free summer
Unless you’re actively kicking up a sweat at the gym or taking part in a marathon, excessive sweating can make you feel uncomfortable and out of place. Termed as the ‘Silent Handicap’ by Hyperhidrosis specialist, Dr Carl Swartling (2011), Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) is a common condition that isn’t often discussed in social circles, with men… Continue reading Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) treatments for men and women: The Silent Handicap
Most people today are pretty clued up on what different cosmetic procedures can achieve aesthetically, but did you know some of the most well known procedures are actually used for other medical purposes too? We explain a few of the most well-known treatments and their purposes beyond simply helping us to look good. Liposuction Well… Continue reading Medical uses for cosmetic treatments
Cosmetic surgery is a popular topic of discussion nowadays and, with more open resources, we all know a lot more than we used to on an assortment of procedures. But there are also some pioneering treatments that are lesser known and lesser understood. We explain five of our favourites. Fat transfer How many times have… Continue reading 5 Cosmetic Treatments You (Probably) Didn't Know Existed
We explore what causes us to sweat, and how you can treat excessive perspiration. While the grey clouds and drop in temperature suggest that summer’s left us for the other side of the world, think back a couple of weeks when temperatures hovered in the sweltering thirties (oh, those were the days) and you’ll also… Continue reading Why do we sweat? And how can you treat excessive sweating?
Common skin treatments available at cosmetic clinics across the UK. First step should always be your GP so they can track and monitor your health. See below for a guide to common skin condition treatments: Acne Lots of treatments available, including: Isotretinoin (brand names include Roaccutane and Accutane) acne drug N-Lite laser therapy (destroys bacteria… Continue reading A to Z of Skin Condition Treatments at The Private Clinic
More and more people in their 20 are turning to Botox, as recent headlines attest. As a response, we’re getting a lot of questions about whether it is good or bad to have Botox before turning 30. With the number of Botox procedures among 20-somethings rising 8% in 2012 to 92,955 from 2011 in the… Continue reading Botox in your 20s – is it a good or bad idea to have Botox before 30?
Botox has lots of medical uses as well as its most famous cosmetic use to treat lines and wrinkles. When administered correctly Botox treatments offer a great and sustainable way to ensure you manage and avoid those bothersome deep lines and wrinkles. In response to the questions we get asked by patients, we thought we… Continue reading Is Botox Good or Bad? We Answer Your Questions about the Cosmetic & Medical Uses of Botox
Over the past week, the Guardian’s Tehran bureau has reported on the growing trend for nose reshaping surgery, more commonly referred to as ‘nose jobs’ or more clinically as rhinoplasty. As many as 200,000 Iranians a year are getting nose jobs, it is being reported, and at a rate 7 times that of the US.… Continue reading Cosmetic Treatments Around the World & What Is Popular Where
As the body ages it slows down. What may have worked aged 20 will probably take a considerable amount of multiplication to achieve similar results years on. Much has been said about the Mummy Makeover and its restorative qualities and we decided to follow up on our Mummy Makeover blog post with one for the… Continue reading The Case of the Daddy Makeover