Dr Sister is very pleased to annouce that he is now offering the Alumier MD skincare range in clinic. This is the first time that Dr Sister has ever recommended a skincare range. Never before found a range he has felt comfortable being associated with, but after extensive resea rch he has picked Alumier for his patients. It's a… Continue reading Dr Sister now offering Alumier MD skincare
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?
Acne Rosacea is a condition with a very misleading name, as acne rosacea has nothing to do with the regular acne. Rosacea is a chronic skin condition characterized by facial redness, small and superficial dilated blood vessels on facial skin, papules, pustules, and swelling. It affects patients of all ages and if untreated, will worsen over time. Rosacea affects both men and women,… Continue reading Using Dracula PRP therapy to treat Acne Rosacea
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!
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, olotchiness, poor texture, uneven complexion or even acne. As aesthetic research continues to progress, new chemical peels are being specifically developed to help improve the skin in certain areas.… Continue reading The ultimate treatment for dark circles under eyes: Chemical peels & carboxytherapy
Acne is widely perceived to be a teenage issue, but late-onset or adult-acne is becoming increasingly common in women in their 20s, 30s, 40s and even 50s. I’ve had patients of all ages come to me suffering from acne. Not only can it be painful, but it can cause confidence issues and lead to scarring.… Continue reading Adult acne: An update
It can be tricky to get 'after' photos. Patients come into clinic for a treatment, I may take a 'before' photo, but invariably when they're happy, they don't come back for some time! In this instance my patient was also a colleauge. Claudia McGloin trained with me some years ago and runs her own successful clinic in… Continue reading Dracula Therapy™ before & after photos, with Claudia McGloin
Recently the fabulous Antonia Mariconda came into the clinic to experience Dracula Therapy™ for herself. Antonia has published this video review which includes clips of her having the treatment. As you will see, she describes the results as 'fantastic' and with a 75% improvement in her skin. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCmZidCx7sE If you want to know more about Dracula Therapy, or any of my… Continue reading Video: Antonia Mariconda puts Dracula Therapy to the test
As 2014 draws to a closes, I’ve been thinking about my highlights of the past year, and looking forward to what 2015 has in store. It’s great to see that yet again patient numbers are up, I've just introduced Fractora into the clinic and moving forward I’ve yet more groundbreaking treatments to reveal – more info… Continue reading My highlights of 2014, and looking ahead to 2015.
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 in bone density. Of course there are ways of fighting this process, but until now,… Continue reading How the next generation of non-surgical lifts can hold back the ripple effect of the ageing process.