Looking to rejuvenate without going under the knife?

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Dr Kate Jameson from SKYN understands facial anatomy and the aging process.

How the internal architecture shrinks as bones dissolve, causing the scaffolding holding up the cheekbones to slide, muscles to shrink and fat pads to shift due to gravity, and skin to lose collagen and elasticity.

Cosmetic injectables are medical procedures.

These medications are prescription only and the treatments are not without risk as such a face to face consultation with a trained doctor is vital.

Where you go and who you see can be the difference between a natural look and a "done" look.

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It's important to educate yourself on what's out there, in order to make informed choices about if and how you want to alter or enhance your features.

It’s about what is the right product for you not about selling product X.

Cosmetic Injectables include neuromodulators (wrinkle relaxers) and biostimulators - collagen building and fat modulators (dissolvers) and are the number one form of cosmetic enhancement in the world.

There are many options out there and it can be confusing to know what each one is and what it does.

Dr Jameson will give you advice on what it is best for you whatever your concern, including:

  • Lip Augmentation
  • Restore lost volume in the cheeks/midface and other areas of the face
  • Make the jowls appear less pronounced
  • Smooth wrinkles and folds
  • Droopy mouth corners
  • Nasolabial folds (folds around the nose)
  • Non-surgical rhinoplasty (make the nose appear more narrow or more straight)
  • Non-surgical chin augmentation
  • Non-surgical blepharoplasty (reduce hollowness under the eyes)
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