Ever wondered how the celebrities keep their skin looking so young?
It’s not all about the BOTOX and certainly not about surgery. There are now a range of non-invasive procedures which are designed to work by stimulating the body’s own repair mechanisms, rebuilding collagen for firmer and tighter skin.
One name which often comes to the fore is Thermage radiofrequency treatment.
Back in 2013, Gwyneth Paltrow told Harper’s Bazaar
“I would do it again, because I feel like it took five years off my face.
More recently, Demi Moore has been reported by Style Caster to have chosen Thermage skin tightening and at 54, she looks significantly younger.
Other celebrities linked to the treatment include TV star Amanda Holden while Thermage has also been shown on Oprah in the USA numerous times.
Thermage and works using radiofrequency to reach down into the lower layers of the skin, where it works to build up a thicker and stronger layer of collagen. Boosting collagen production in the deep layers of the skin makes it appear firmer, tighter and more youthful.
Treatment is so effective at diminishing fine lines that it has even been dubbed the ‘face ironing treatment’.
This fabulous A-list treatment is available at Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre in Hardingstone, Northamptonshire – the only clinic in a 25 mile radius to offer this, as it is a doctor-led treatment requiring significant training on behalf of the practitioner to achieve accreditation.
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre offer a private consultation with Dr John Tanqueray for patients to discuss their treatment options in confidence and without any obligation.
The clinic aims to offer patients the widest choice of non-surgical and laser skin treatments in the area and invest in the latest technology to offer patients choices to suit their skincare needs. As well as radio frequency, the clinic also offers PRP, LED and a wide range of other advanced skin treatments.
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