Is Laser Hair Removal Painful? - Fact Or Fiction
Soprano Laser Hair Removal is pain-free – FACT
Soprano laser hair removal is virtually pain-free. You might feel a slight prickling sensation, particularly if the hair is coarse and dark, but for most it simply feels like a warm massage. Some laser hair removal machines can be quite painful for the patient but our Soprano ICE machines eliminate pain.
Men can’t get laser hair removal – FICTION
We see a lot of male patients who want ...
Chemical Skin Peels
At Courthouse Clinics we offer a number of skin peels which all vary in strength. We offer a wide range so that we can treat a number of conditions:
Obagi® Blue Peel Radiance is a deep-layer chemical peel formulated with a combination of beta-hydroxy acids and alpha-hydroxy acids, such as glycolic, lactic and fruit acids, which work to treat your skin's imperfections and encourage cell regeneration. Obagi® Blue Peel Radiance is ideal for sun damaged or ageing skin. It's also ...
When to consider Sculptra®
Sculptra® treatments are ideal for individuals seeking long-lasting facial contouring and wrinkle correction. Sculptra treatments are perfect if you have:
Nasolabial folds (deep folds between the nose and the mouth)
Marionette lines (folds around the corners of the mouth)
Other facial wrinkles
Facial depression or contour deficiencies
The best candidates for Sculptra® will also possess good overall physical and psychological health, as well as realistic aesthetic goals and expectations. Sculptra® is not ideal for those who have an active skin infection or ...
Botox - We Tell All
This treatment causes droopy eyelids – FICTION
Any stories about this in cheap magazines are just gossip. The only way you can get droopy lids from injections is if your doctor gives you too much or puts it in the wrong place. Blame the workman, not his tools.
You’ll never be left “expressionless” – FACT
The injections work on the muscles where it is injected, it can’t float around freezing other muscles in your face. It’s important to see a ...
Fact or Fiction - We Tell All
Every woman can have FemiLift – FICTION
Women between the ages of 24 and 60 can access FemiLift. Most women are eligible, but in some very rare cases damage can be too great to rectify effectively – your consultant can explain more in your session, after a thorough exasexmination.
Results are immediate – FACT
You should feel a difference right after your treatment. Results will be optimized over a few days.
FemiLift is painful, but worth it – FICTION
Next month sees Botox's birthday: it will be 12 years since it was approved for the treatment of lines between the eyebrows.
It's a huge market. By 2018, it is estimated that the anti-ageing procedure will be worth $2.9bn globally. In America there's been an increase of over 700% in treatments since 2000, and the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery recently attributed the rise of the "selfie" in contributing to our fixation with our faces. The Guardian wrote "the main ...
The cosmetic surgeon of timeless beauty Cindy Crawford has spoken about the best way to achieve natural, effective Botox by revealing his own guidelines for treating the supermodel.
Waxen foreheads, permanently startled eyebrows and smiles that don’t reach the eyes make “botox zombies” an article online says. Dr Jean-Louis Sebagh explains, though, that these problems arise when it is administered improperly. In the right hands Botox leaves you looking more relaxed, like a more youthful version of yourself.
He says, “You have to ...
It seems every week there’s a story in the press about a new medical use for botox, this week stroke patients are the ones seeing benefits.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence have licensed the muscle-freezing drug for the treatment of limb problems, after a trial with 120 patients who had post-stroke ankle injuries. By having botox in the affected area, it was found that sufferers were able to regain control and movement.
Strokes affect over 150,000 people in the U.K., ...
Reports today suggest that Premiership footballer Wayne Rooney has undergone botox injections to smooth out his forehead.
In a recent television interview, Rooney’s brow appeared noticeably wrinkle-free, an indicator of the anti-ageing treatment. His spokesperson denied the claims.
If he has been treated, then the news is unsurprising to us at Courthouse Clinics. Since 2011 we’ve seen an incredible 216% increase in the number of male patients who’ve had botox, with men now making up over 6% of all botox treatments. Botox use ...
Australia’s 'The Biggest Loser' star Michelle Bridges has said in an interview that she is not against botox, saying that if anybody feels like they need help looking as young as they feel then it’s simply an addition to a beauty routine.
The author and trainer stopped short of saying she uses botox herself though, and cites her biggest secret to a fresh face as being sleep. “I sleep like a bear and will take it anywhere I can get it as ...