Autumn has well and truly arrived, and the festive party season is just around the corner, which means October is the ideal month to overhaul your aesthetic regime to prepare your skin and body for the season ahead – starting with Halloween. Courthouse Clinics has put together a frighteningly fantastic set of offers this month, to help you look truly spooktacular.
No Tricks. All Treats.
Let us help your skin to look scarily good. Until 31st October, we are offering up to 30% off ...Read more
Nowadays it seems that almost everyone – young or old, male or female – has a tattoo or two. But not everyone stays happy about it. The exact numbers vary according to different surveys, but most estimate that around four out of ten people (almost half!) regret getting a tattoo. If you’re one of those, Courthouse Clinics can help. There are many reasons for tattoo regret. Increased public acceptance of ink and body art mean that many people act on impulse and don’t ...Read more
Winter is traditionally the peak season for coughs, colds and all sorts of viral illnesses – but there are sound strategies to protect yourself from those tiresome sniffs and snuffles. Vitamin IV Infusions are the ideal way to give your immune system a seasonal boost – and they’re available now at Courthouse Clinics. What Are Vitamin IV Infusions
Adored by the A-list (Simon Cowell, Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne are said to be serious celebrity fans), Vitamin IV Infusions are a fast, easy ...Read more
Prominent or protruding ears are thought to affect around 2% of the UK population, and can cause real misery, especially in childhood, when name calling and bullying tend to be more common. But in today’s image-obsessed “selfie society”, even adults can suffer from low self-confidence/self-esteem, if they have what are unkindly described as “bat” or “jug” ears. Previously, the only way to address the problem was with an invasive operation called an otoplasty. However, this requires a general anaesthetic, surgical incisions (which ...Read more
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) has been used for decades to help women relieve the troublesome symptoms that are often part and parcel of the menopause. However, there are concerns about the side effects associated with the artificial hormones used. That’s why our medical professionals at Courthouse Clinics are pioneering a new approach, based on Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (known as BHRT). The main advantage with BHRT is that it uses hormones that have the same chemical structure as the hormones that are ...Read more
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These days it really is all about that bass…The Kardashian clan have well and truly blazed the booty trail, but there are limits to what diet and exercise alone can achieve. Step forward our new Bootyful signature treatment, which combines no fewer than three effective procedures to give you the derrière of your dreams. Treatment #1: Body Contouring
The enemy of cellulite, Endermologie is a pain-free, non-surgical procedure that not only counters the unsightly ‘orange-peel’ effect, but also improves circulation, skin tone and radiance. Special ...Read more
How much younger would you like to look? Four women were invited to see which wrinkles they would loose and which they would keep in an experiment reported by The Mail online. Juvederm facial fillers (available here) maker, Allergan, assembled a panel of women in their early 50s to find out just how many would be able to resist the temptation of a wrinkle-free complexion. You might find the results surprising as all of them preferred natural versions of themselves with ...Read more
Ever thought about joining a dating website? The Express reports that a certain dating site is seeing singletons having plastic surgery to gain access as its only for 'beautiful' people. The dating site has turned down a whopping 7.5 million people since its launch in 2003 which has lead to one in four rejected applicants turning to cosmetic surgery, toning up at the gym or having extreme makeovers. Right or wrong? UK's probably most well-known breasts have been reduced this week ...Read more
The Mail online report that selfies are the reason for why plastic surgery demands have soared by 25% in the last year and a half. They say more people are going under the knife desperate to enhance their image as many feel pressured to take the perfect selfie to enhance their social media profiles. A Manhattan-plastic surgeon says many patients come in with their iPhones and show him their pictures - “Selfies are just getting to be so crazy.” Are ...Read more