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‘Facial aesthetic treatments’ is a broad definition that includes all the non-surgical treatments of the face, from topical medical-grade skincare products to injectables, to thread lifts. They are designed to reduce the signs of aging and to give you a natural and fresh look to your face, without the need for any invasive surgical treatments.
Facial Aesthetics is the classification of cosmetic treatments designed to accentuate your features and enhance natural beauty. These treatments often entail the use of wrinkle treatments and injectable fillers that are designed to soften expression lines and define facial contours, giving you a natural and fresh look to your face.
Facial Aesthetic Treatments: The Basics
We are all familiar today with the consequences of the natural ageing process, our lifestyles and the environment we live in: unwanted facial lines, wrinkles and uneven skin tones being the most common ones.
Facial aesthetic treatments can help mask or even delay the passage of time. They are designed to soften expression lines and define facial contours, which rejuvenates and refreshes your natural skin, giving the face – and the person’s confidence – a boost. By targeting the areas most affected by the ageing process – the forehead, lips, cheeks, and nose/mouth areas – facial aesthetics can help create an overall more pleasing face.
What Kind Of Treatments Are Considered Facial Aesthetic Treatments?
So what are facial aesthetics treatments in practice? Simply put, they are clinically safe injectables that are used to either block nerve signals to muscles to relax facial expressions or to define, re-volumise and accentuate facial contours. As a result, they help create a more pleasing face by smoothing the lines that cause a lack of symmetry in the face, hence aligning patients’ faces with the characteristics that often define beauty.
That’s how Dr Nina, abiding by the Golden Ratio of Beauty, can transform a face aesthetically within minutes, safely and with no invasive procedures.
Aesthetic treatments come in a variety of forms, which target various portions of the body. Facial aesthetic treatments, specifically, break down to two major categories:
Wrinkle Treatments With Botulinum Toxin Type A
Botulinum toxin type A is an injectable neurotoxin that works by blocking nerve impulses to the muscles, causing them to relax. As a result, your expressions soften and those wrinkles that form from facial movements we tend to make every day – like frowning, squinting, smiling etc. – are greatly reduced.
Dermal fillers are gel-like substances (the most popular being Hyaluronic acid) that are injected beneath the skin to restore lost volume, smooth lines, or enhance facial contours. There are many different types of filler treatments. The most popular one’s at Nina’s clinic are cheek and chin sculpting, hands rejuvenation, jawline fillers, under-eye fillers, and many more.
Keep reading to find out more about the top-notch facial aesthetic treatments that Dr Nina performs regularly at her Facial Sculpting clinics in London.
Facial Aesthetics – FAQs
Will people know I’ve had non-surgical cosmetic treatment?
Apart from the first 24-72 hours when there is swelling (after fillers), no one will be able to tell. People might notice your great skin and compliment you on it but they won’t be able to pinpoint any difference.
Are fillers painful?
Discomfort is minimal with fillers. Dr Nina uses a topical anaesthetic cream on the skin before fillers and uses the smallest needles you can find in medicine. Her gentle manner will reassure you.
Is a wrinkle treatment safe?
Allergic reactions to a wrinkle treatment are extremely rare. Post-treatment discomfort is generally limited to bruising, for which I recommend ice, Arnica and paracetamol.
When will I need a top-up?
A wrinkle treatment lasts three months, and fillers 6-12 months, with this being dependent on the patient’s metabolism and activity levels.
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