We have always believed, when it comes to anti-ageing, that less is most definitely more.
So we’re big fans of this summer’s hottest new beauty trend that promises the most subtle and natural results.
Dubbed “slow motion ageing”, the aim isn’t to dramatically alter your appearance but to slow down the hands of time using innovative technology and treatments to shape, tighten and lift.
With the right approach you should be able to press pause on ageing and look the same at 65 as you did at 45.
From face-lifting procedures to the latest laser line eraser, don’t miss our guide to this exciting new trend.
AT THE CLINIC
NO TRACE FACE AND NECK LIFT
Instalift promises to be one of this summer’s most exciting new treatments.
It targets all the major signs of ageing, tightening loose skin and softening lines and wrinkles.
The procedure is carried out in two stages.
The first involves Innopen, a new motorised microneedling treatment that creates micro-channels in the skin.
Serum that contains a potent blend of growth factors and stem cells is then applied, which encourages skin cells to regenerate.
As the skin repairs itself over the following weeks, new collagen is formed, plumping and tightening the complexion.
The second stage focuses on neck and jawline rejuvenation using high intensity focused ultrasound.
a handheld device delivers a series of ultrasound pulses to the underlying connective tissue in the skin, stimulating the production of collagen and elastin.
Cost: From £1,000
KNIFE FREE LID LIFT
While there are plenty of creams and treatments to tackle under-eye bags, until recently the only way to address sagging skin on the eyelids was by going under the knife.
However, Plexr offers a non-surgical solution.
This high-tech treatment uses tiny blasts of plasma energy to shrink and tighten the skin.
Topical anaesthetic is used to numb the area and there may be some puf ness and redness for a couple of days after treatment.
Cost: From £2,000
LASER LINE ERASER
Blast away pigmentation marks and smooth skin with Picoway Resolve, a fractional laser that can transform the complexion.
This high-tech laser uses ultra-short pulses that are less damaging to the skin’s surface, meaning less recovery time is needed than after traditional laser treatment.
Cost: From £300
For advice on cosmetic surgery, consult your GP.
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