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Creating wedding-ready skin – Tori from KBT shares her tips

Wedding-ready skin doesn’t happen overnight! Our very own Tori from Kiss Blush and Tell knows this all too well and made sure she did everything she could ahead of her big day… "Every bride (and some grooms) want their skin to be as radiant as possible on their special day.  I started my skin prep with my fave Fraxel treatment to banish sun damage. I did this around 3 months before the wedding. I then followed up with consistent light peels and deep cleanse facials to ensure the results were maintained and my skin was congestion free. I always tell brides…
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Why book a skin consult?

No two skins are ever the same. We say this time and time again, especially to those who want a “quick fix” for their skin concerns. How often have you spoken to a friend who has suggested a product or treatment that really worked for them, only to have you try the same and be left disappointed? This is where the importance of a skin consult really shines through. When every skin is unique, a skin consult allows us to get to know you, your unique concerns and the goals you have in mind for your skin. By sitting down…
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Dr Natasha’s Tips – Making wrinkle reducing injections last

In another recent blog, we spoke about why your wrinkle-reducing injections might not be lasting as long as you thought they would. This week, Dr Natasha shares a few tips to boost their longevity. Protect your skin from premature ageing and collagen breakdown by wearing daily sun protection and using good skincare ingredients. Drink plenty of water. Manage your stress levels. Avoid excessive exercise, saunas, and steam rooms. Discuss the use of soft tissue fillers with your doctor to increase underlying support. Discuss the use of skin boosters with your doctor to improve skin quality and hydration. Taking zinc supplements…
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“My wrinkle-reducing injections are not lasting as long as my friends… Help!”

Whilst the effects of these injectables typically last for 3-6 months, this isn’t the same for everyone. Why? Skin condition - effects tend to last longer in healthy and hydrated skin with little sun damage. People with less subcutaneous fat and a thinner dermis have less support to the overlying muscle. Without adequate support, the overlying muscle can move more easily and wrinkles and lines develop more rapidly. Some people have stronger muscles than others and even more active muscle fibres.  In these people, effects tend to wear off faster. Excessive exercise, excessive heat (saunas and steam rooms), and certain…
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Aesthetic Medicine – What Is It?

I am so immersed in the world of aesthetic medicine that I sometimes forget that many people have absolutely no idea of what it entails! It’s a relatively new branch of medicine…it certainly wasn’t around when I was at Med school but it’s a field of medicine that has grown quickly and is constantly evolving and improving. Aesthetic medicine incorporates all medical procedures that are aimed at improving the physical appearance of a patient. Usually, this involves using non-invasive or minimally invasive procedures. Initially, aesthetic medicine was almost solely about using injectables such as wrinkle-reducing injections (botulinum toxin) and fillers…
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