Laser hair removal is the most effective method to reduce unwanted hair. On average a woman will shave 12 times a month which equates to 7,718 times in a lifetime, which is why so many women are turning to laser for their hair removal.
In the UK most women prefer to remove the hair from the underarm area, legs (lower and or upper) and bikini area to varying degrees. Some have treatments on their face and some their arms. The thickness and therefore the visibility of the hair is often due to ethnicity, but can be due to some medical conditions such as Polycystic ovary syndrome.
As we age our skin begins to show the effects of time, especially on our face. With repetitive expressions like frowning and smiling or exposure to the environment, such as pollution and sun damage we develop wrinkles that become present even when we are not making the expressions. (update image – see Ros)
It comes as little surprise that the British are a nation of dieters, with 65% of women having claimed to attempted some form of weight loss in the past year (according to data analysts Mintel). Dieting isn’t just a women domain, 44% of men have also claimed the same.
Gender aside, when it comes to dieting many of us feel bombarded with a lot of options, while a lot of dietary advice is not sustainable long-term and simply acts as a quick fix. In this article we look at simple steps you can follow to end the deprivation diets and live a fitter life.
When clients request a Botox treatment for frown lines I always include a full facial assessment because a combination of treatments and using the correct skincare gives dramatically better results than just one treatment alone.