The ways aesthetics treatments work

Facial aesthetic treatments’ is a broad meaning that includes all the non-surgical treatments of the face, from topical medical-grade skincare products to injectables, to thread lifts. It is a very wide and also varied overall market for the end user. Aesthetic or otherwise called cosmetic treatments are non-surgical procedures designed to combat signs of ageing, rejuvenate and refresh skin. There are clinics all over the UK for this service.

Facial aesthetics treatments are used to improve the looks of a person, with treatments such as botox injections, dermal fillers and more. Of the most popular treatments include chemical peels to improve skin tone and texture, microdermabrasion to remove signs of aging.

This is a popular service

Non-surgical aesthetics procedures have become popular as a way of diminishing the signs of ageing, showing smooth and fresh skin. Unfortunately, ageing is something that is unavoidable for us all, often resulting in most of us looking for new ways to stay young. Facial treatments have been favoured as lasting solutions that provide maximum results. However, there have always been myths to do with facial treatments, and whether they are safe. Research has shown that they are safe to use, and have very few side-effects.

There are some slight risks

Research has shown that these procedures have proven to be safe and low-risk. It is uncommon for anyone to suffer any severe side-effects or long-term problems. Due to the low rate of associated issues surrounding the treatments, facial aesthetics have always been preferred in comparison to a face lift or surgery.


Botox injections are the most popular treatment for fine lines and wrinkles — and with good reason. The neurotoxin in Botox blocks nerve signals that control your muscles. As your muscles contract and move less, the skin over them relaxes, cutting the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. In addition, many of our male clients who struggle with excessive sweating use Botox as a treatment. Botox gives you fast and effective results so you can stop worrying about embarrassing sweat stains and focus on the things that matter most.


Non-surgical treatments such as Botox and fillers still need to be carried out in sterile, safe clinic settings. They also require a great deal of attention to detail to look and feel natural. This attention to modern clinical practice is often lacking in fly-by-night practitioners. This requires a trained medical practitioner with suitable anatomical knowledge to get the very best results possible. Each step of the process must pay homage to your unique facial characteristics if it is to look natural. A fully-comprehensive knowledge of facial anatomy and musculature is required. This helps ensure that results are natural and undetectable as ‘cosmetic work’ to the observer’s eye.

Your practitioner should also be set up to guide the non-trained patient to correctly identify their needs, as often what we think is the cause of our aesthetic woes has a source elsewhere. Without this anatomical knowledge and attention to personalisation and detail, less than stellar results can be had. That’s why we sought out a specialist with the in-depth knowledge you need to run this arm of the practice.