Author Archives: drsister

About drsister

World renowned expert cosmetic anti-ageing doctor. Specialising in Dracula Therapy (PRP therapy), Hormone balancing, Carboxy therapy, Fractora, Botulinum Toxin, Dermal fillers, Intra Lipotherapy, Chemical peels.

The latest addition to my treatments – Fractora

In the world of aesthetic medicine it’s vital to stay at the forefront of new developments, and regular readers will know how much I enjoy introducing new treatments and new technology into my practice. Our latest addition is Fractora from … Continue reading

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Patient feedback: Hormone balancing

This year I’ve seen a marked increase in the amount of patients I’ve seen for hormone balancing. In just the last week I’ve received two emails from patients who feel that hormone balancing has made a significant difference to their … Continue reading

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How keeping your hormones balanced can keep you looking and feeling good

It’s something I’m always talking about, but keeping the right balance of hormones is one of the most effective ways to stay looking and feeling young. Hormones are chemical compounds that are formed by the glands, and are carried in … Continue reading

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How the next generation of non-surgical lifts can hold back the ripple effect of the ageing process.

To understand how to best to tackle the ageing process, it helps to understand exactly how we age. There are many factors that contribute to us looking older; they include gravity, lack of good quality collagen, loss of fat and a decrease … Continue reading

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Botulinum Toxin for migraine relief

People usually think of Botulinum Toxin as an anti ageing treatment used to tackle frown lines and wrinkles. But this week I thought we’d take a look at some of the alternative uses for the drug, so this is part … Continue reading

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Photo Activated Dracula Therapy in You Magazine

It’s great that The Mail on Sunday’s You Magazine covered my Photo Activated Dracula Therapy treatment this weekend, but I do need to clarify some of the facts! Dracula Therapy (PRP) (both the standard treatment AND Photo Activated) is a … Continue reading

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More research into the use of PRP to treat sports injuries

A recent study published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine (AJSM) found that athletes who were treated with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections returned to their sport quicker than those who opted for rehabilitation alone. In fact, the study showed … Continue reading

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