Interest in non-surgical facelifts more than doubled in 2016 in the UK, and enquiries for dermal fillers rose 24%, with lip augmentation the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment of all.
Meanwhile the number of people having cosmetic surgery dropped by 40%. So clearly people who want to enhance their looks are increasingly turning towards safer and subtler non-permanent facial aesthetics.
Dermal fillers are by far the one of the fastest growing cosmetic treatments.
Both are reliable and safe, but not when administered unsafely, and with such a demand it’s no wonder some unscrupulous practitioners are trying to get in on the action. You might have seen some of the media reports.
So how can patients be sure which practitioners are safe? It’s reasonable to trust a dentist, doctor or a nurse because they are regulated medics and their clinics must meet cross-infection standards set by the Care Quality Commission.
Her experience in this area is invaluable for Portmore patients who are interested in having a consultation to discuss lines and wrinkles, where Caoimhe can prescribe and carry out anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and other skin treatments with predictably perfect results.
She believes that the key to providing successful facial cosmetics is to focus on enhancing your natural beauty rather than changing your facial appearance.