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Facial skin tightening


As used by Jennifer Aniston. As featured in the BAZAAR article about why no-one has facelifts anymore

HIFU is often used to 
Sculpt the jawline
Tighten the skin around the neck
Reduce under the chin fat
Reduce crows feet
Raise the brow
How it works?
High Intensity Focussed Ultrasound deposits the energy deep at various layers without disturbing the surface of the skin.
Pain Factor - Tingle to Ouch! (can ache for up to 48 hours). 
Downtime - Generally none, however, bruising may occur for the skin susceptible to bruising



As used by Amanda Holden and Kylie Minogue.


Radiofrequency is often used for


  • Full face and neck rejuvenation

  • Mid face skin tightening

  • Around the eyes 


How it works?


Radiofrequency gently builds up the heat in the dermal layers of the skin, which causes process of collagen regeneration.


Pain Factor - None
Downtime - None



Hollywood A-listers including Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Kim Kardashian all swear by microneedling as their secret in keeping their skin smooth, ageless, and flawless.


It is used for



Enlarged pores

Acne scarring

Other scarring


Visible red capillaries. 

General texture of the skin


How it works?


Using a microneedling roller or a pen, it painlessly creates micro-channels in your skin which trigger the body's natural healing process to create new, healthier tissue. 


Pain Factor - Some discomfort
Downtime - Can cause redness for 48 hours

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SWiCH (TM) Mollecular Level Rejuvenation

Used for skin texture concerns and skin tightening on the upper face, mid-face and neck. ​

How it works?

Rejuvenation on molecular level. Increases the mitochondrial mass of the cells, therefore rejuvenating all cellular activity.

Pain Factor - 90 seconds of heat and some tingle
Downtime - 3-12 hours straight after

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Fractional Radiofrequency Microneedling

Used for both skin tightening and skin texture concerns.


Skin tightening concerns 


  • Jawline definition

  • Brow lift

  • Mid-face lift

  • Neck rejuvenation

  • Full face and neck lift.


Skin texture concerns


  • Criss cross lines

  • Lines around the mouth

  • Lines around the eyes and forehead

  • Minor scars and acne scars

  • Enlarged pores

  • Hyperpigmentation (sun damage)

  • Visible red capillaries


How it works?

Fractional RF uses ultra-fine gold coated needles that gently puncture your skin and deliver RF energy, resulting in firmer, more youthful-looking skin. Sub-dermal delivery of RF energy eliminates thermal damage to the epidermis providing faster healing time for your patients.

Pain Factor -  Unpleasant. A topical numbing cream is applied to the skin prior to treatment, though there may be some discomfort.

Downtime: 48-72 hours. The skin may feel tight and dry for a few days after treatment.


All of the below treatments are natural rejuvenation methods based on the process of neocollagenesis, collagen regeneration.Collagen accounts for 70% of the dermis. Collagen fibres form a strong, sturdy structure that supports your skin. 


This supporting structure weakens with age. The treatments below stimulate the production of collagen to re-enforce it. To speed up the collagen regeneration process, the treatment has to create a micro-trauma. The micro trauma activates the immune response, part of which is creation of the new collagen.This is a natural process, which means the results depend on your body’s response. Results vary.


Please book a free consultation to assess the needs of your skin and ascertain the best method for you. Consultation can take place face to face or online.





Jess was amazing, as she always is. Love coming to the clinic!!

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Vicky was so lovely and made me feel super relaxed! She explained everything I needed to know about the treatment. I’m very happy and looking forward to seeing the results!

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Wonderful, quality service with the utmost of care and safety measures in place. Highly recommended.

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