Here at Glen Eden, a skin clinic near Oakham, we specialise in skincare treatments – whether to boost your beauty or to help treat skin conditions. When it comes to the beauty side of things, our clients often ask us about how to treat lines and wrinkles. The answer is there are lots of treatments… Continue reading >>
Many of our clients come to us requesting wrinkle treatments. At our clinic near Oakham, our approach is to offer a consultation first to get to know you and your skin needs, then recommend a treatment that’s tailored to you. One possible treatment for wrinkles is Botox – also known as ‘wrinkle fillers’. In this… Continue reading >>
It’s often assumed that Botox is used only for relieving the wrinkles caused by ageing, but Botox is a far more versatile treatment than this. Read below, where Glen Eden Medical Aesthetics, based near Oakham, explain the many uses of Botox.
Botox – short for botulinum toxin – is a popular treatment, but many are surprised to learn that it has cosmetic and medical uses. In this post, we’ll look at three incredible uses for botox.
Picture a Botox fan. We’re guessing you’re now imagining a 40-something hoping to combat those pesky signs of ageing? You might, then, be surprised to hear of a new trend emerging, involving 20 to 30-year-olds who are turning to the needle and finding fantastic preventative results.
Botox or anti-wrinkle treatment is an incredibly popular treatment with a diverse background in both aesthetics and medicine. In fact, because it is prescription only, it is classed as aesthetic medicine. If you’ve been considering Botox but feel that you don’t know enough about it yet, fear not as we’ve compiled a guide to help… Continue reading >>
Botox and dermal fillers are both injectables that are typically used for aesthetic purposes. Due to dermal fillers and Botox being similar in what they treat: decreasing the appearance of wrinkles, many people think they are the same. However, this is not the case.
Dermal fillers and wrinkle injections are two types of treatments that require an injection but can be used in conjunction with each other. It’s important to understand the difference between the two and what they are made out of, how they work in the skin and what results they achieve. We break down the difference… Continue reading >>