We're pleased to annouce that until February 14th 2018 we're offering 20% off ALL treatments. So whatever you're doing this Valentine's Day, ensure you're looking and feeling your very best. A consultation with Dr Sister will ensure you're booked in for the best treatment to enable you to achieve the results you're looking for. Whether it's… Continue reading 20% off all treatments taken before Valentine’s Day
In my quest to continuously offer patients safe and effective treatments, I’m proud to introduce the Stem Cell Facelift, a new type of regenerative treatment that restores a more youthful face by revitalizing the skin, boosting collagen and leaving skin plumper and more even in pigmentation. So what is a stem cell facelift? This treatment… Continue reading New treatment: The Stem Cell Facelift
We are very pleased to announce a brand new treatment, available exclusively with Dr Sister. Dracula PRP Therapy is Dr Sister's key treatment. It improves not only facial muscle tone but also slows down the bone resorption on the eye sockets and jaw lines and has a positive action on the other signs of ageing skin This year Dr Sister… Continue reading Dracula PRP Rederm – Dr Sister’s brand new enhanced PRP treatment
Over the last decade we’ve discovered that your skin may play an unexpected, and quite profound, role in health and immunity. Your skin is no longer looked upon as simply the barrier that protects your internal organs, bones and muscles from the outside world. It’s now believed to be a kind of go-between, mediating the… Continue reading Can hormones provide a natural face lift?
Dracula PRP therapy is Dr Sister’s most popular treatment. As well as a standalone treatment, it works fantastically well when combined with other procedures. Arrange a consultation with Dr Sister to establish the best treatment combination for you, and if you book any two treatments from this selected list, you’ll receive 20% off the total price. PRP/Dracula Therapy Chemical peels… Continue reading 20% off combined treatments!
Although Dracula Therapy (PRP) is a fantastic standalone treatment, there are times where combining it with another treatment is a good idea, in order to achieve the very best results. In this post I look at which treatments I find work best when combined with PRP. Dracula Therapy and carboxytherapy The treatment I find works best… Continue reading Combining Dracula Therapy with other treatments
Chemical peels are a common and effective form of skin regeneration. They treat a range of common skin problems, such as fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation issues (due to sun damage, age spots, freckles etc.), blotchiness, poor texture, uneven complexion or acne. As aesthetic research continues to progress, new chemical peels that are specifically developed to… Continue reading Hand rejuvenation with chemical peels & Dracula PRP Therapy
I’m proud to be a pioneer in the field of non-invasive cosmetic techniques and have introduced a number of key treatments into the UK market.These days there are many safe, effective, alternatives to surgery and I’m always looking for new methods and treatments that further advance this area. I specialise in scientifically proven treatments, and… Continue reading Groundbreaking treatments that I’ve introduced into the UK
I'm very pleased to have had an article on combining hyaluronic acid with PRP published in Body Language magazine, The UK & International Journal of Medical Aesthetics and Anti-Ageing. "Hyaluronic acid can provide rejuvenation for age-related changes to soft facial tissue, but not the underlying bone. A combination approach using platelet rich plasma can target… Continue reading Article on PRP + Hyaluronic Acid published in Body Language Magazine
As we’ve already discussed on this blog, Dracula Therapy is the name I've given to my own version of PRP treatment. I’ve been working with PRP for over 8 years and have performed more than 700 procedures, and during that time I’ve created what I believe to be the ultimate cosmetic version of this treatment. Since… Continue reading Dracula Therapy™ – and why I’ve trademarked the name