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Roaccutane for Dissecting Cellulitis

Posted on April 26, 2017

Episode 10 of Don't tell the Doctor saw Kyri get treatment for his Dissecting Cellulitis. Kyri had been suffering with this condition for sometime and had taken to wearing a head scarf to cover his condition. With his forthcoming wedding approaching he decided it was time to do something about it. What is Dissecting Cellulitis? Dissecting cellulitis of the scalp is a rare condition in which pus-filled lumps develop on the scalp, resulting in scarring and permanent hair loss over the area affected. What causes it? A definitive cause is unknown however the most likely explanation is due to blocked and ruptured hair follicles, resulting in significant inflammation and secondary bacterial...

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A bit of West London Living….

Posted on April 20, 2017

It was great to meet Clare at the clinic recently. She came to see me for a Botox treatment and after our chat and treatment itself, this is some of what she had to say: "He did something incredibly clever. By avoiding the muscles that lift the inner part of the brow, and applying extra product to the frown-furrow muscle between the brows; thus paralysing the muscle that encourages the thing I dislike, he totally avoided this. He really listened to what I meant, something quite rare with doctors of his calibre, and after thinking carefully and asking me to raise my eyebrows and scrunch my face, he marked where he’d shoot and where he’d avoid. By leaving the muscles in the lower...

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Roaccutane for Acne

Posted on April 16, 2017

If you are suffering from severe acne and are over the age of 12, you may be able to benefit from the medication known as Roaccutane. What is involved in Roaccutane Treatment? During a consultation that will allow me to ascertain if Roaccutane is suitable for you, I will establish the correct dose for your treatment. Your treatment can last between 4 and 6 months and you will be closely monitored during this time. Blood tests are used to monitor various markers, eg Liver Function and Lipid Profiles. Females must take additional care to avoid pregnancy during treatment. Are there any side effects? Whilst this treatment is VERY effective against severe acne, there can be side effects...

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Free Skin Discovery Session

Posted on March 17, 2017

Worried about fine lines, wrinkles or dull skin? If you are confused by the plethora of skincare options on the market or simply want to know the full extent of any damage your skin may have incurred, a Skin Discovery Session is for you. This FREE 30 minute consultation will include the following: Digital Skin Analysis This will show the amount of UV damage that has taken place, wrinkles, pore size and pigmentation. Full History and Skin Assessment We will look at areas of ageing skin that can be corrected. Skincare Routine Assessment We will discuss your current regime and advise on the most up to date anti-ageing skin creams and ingredients that actually work. An 'Age Well'...

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Skinade in the News

Posted on January 17, 2017

Is it possible to drink your way to beautiful skin? Skinade has the answer... The new year is a great time to try new things and make yourself feel better and nothing achieves this quite like glowing skin. But can you drink yourself better? The answer is YES! Skinade - how it works. "Skinade is a multi award winning, natural peach and mangosteen flavoured collagen drink which contains a patent pending formulation of active ingredients that aims to boost your body's natural production of collagen and hyaluronic acid. Skinade collagen drinks aim to improve the way your skin looks and feels in as little as 30 days."  Skinade. Skinade contains low molecular weight collagen and essential...

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Is Dry January Getting you Down?

Posted on January 7, 2017

Dry January is the brainchild of Emily Robinson. Emily signed up for a half marathon in 2011 and to help her training go further she gave up alcohol for one month. A year later she joined Alcohol Concern and decided to take the interest people were showing in her abstinence to the next level, Dry January was born. Anyone who has given up drinking for a period of time (micro-breaks are becoming very common) will tell you of the benefits they experience; better sleep, weight loss and more energy. But what about your skin? As the biggest organ in the body it stands to reason that your skin will start to reap the benefits….   Top 5 Skin benefits this Dry January. Elimination of alcohol...

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Are you following this skincare advice?

Posted on August 24, 2016

The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) states that by far the most beneficial, age-busting product available is SUNSCREEN. Without a daily skin regime that includes copious amounts of sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher) on all sun-exposed skin, no other anti-ageing products matter.   While sunscreen prevents damage, other products can fight the wrinkles, sagging and brown spots that ageing skin may already have. Some research-proven ingredients to look for include:   Retinol Skin care professionals consider this form of Vitamin A the gold standard of effective topical treatments. Also available as prescription strength Retin-A, retinol is an ingredient in many over-the-counter...

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Antibiotics and Acne – always good?

Posted on July 11, 2016

A recent study by the British Association of Dermatologists has highlighted that acne patients are being asked to take antibiotics for excessive periods of time before being referred to a specialist. "oral antibiotics, which are routinely prescribed for acne, are being used for durations that exceed recommendations, despite concerns about antibiotic resistance. Dr Alison Layton and the dermatology team at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust, say that reliance on oral antibiotics beyond the recommended duration is harmful for two key reasons. The practice could cause the emergence of antibiotic-resistant Propionibacterium acnes, the bacterium implicated in acne, making acne harder...

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Why does your skin age?

Posted on May 24, 2016

 Why does your skin age? Chronological Ageing is inevitable but aesthetic ageing can be controlled and minimised. This can only be achieved if you know what factors you are more susceptible to. Anti-Ageing Screening I offer a unique and non-invasive anti-ageing screening service. A small swab from the inside of your mouth and or blood test can deliver information on your genetic make-up that will highlight your individual predisposition to certain ageing factors.  The results are used to design a bespoke nutrition, supplement and skincare protocol that is designed to prevent or delay the onset of the ageing process on your skin. For more information on these tests please...

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Sharron Davies, Botox and You.

Posted on April 13, 2016

After 12 years in the Medical Cosmetic industry I have met countless people who have either had, considered having or denied having cosmetic treatment of some sort.  When I first started to practice admitting to Botox, fillers or lifts of any kind was a real 'no-go', particularly if you were in the limelight. The real value of celebrity endorsement. At my clinic I fully respect and understand my patients needs for discretion, this should be the approach for all medical treatment, cosmetic or not. That said, I am always so pleased when a public figure is bold enough to be honest about their treatment. Why? Is it because I think it is a matter of public interest? Certainly not. "It is because...

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