The shape of your face changes with age – but you can fix it

The shape of the face does change as we get older. If you’re in your forties, you’ll certainly notice a difference in how your face looks now, compared to your thirties. Is it simply the inevitable drag of gravity tugging your features downwards? It’s about more than merely gravity. read more

The leading causes of lost facial volume

Firm skin and elasticity give us beautiful tone and texture. And well-placed fatty areas in our cheeks and mid-face make us look youthful. But as we age, the production of collagen and elastin that makes up the support network beneath the skin slows down. Getting older also causes the read more

Does it matter where I get my botox done?

Yes! Botox for cosmetic use is a highly purified toxin; and should only be administered by a doctor. Administering the correct dosage for each individual patient is vital, and identifying the individual patient needs and corresponding areas of injection is best left to someone with a deep understanding of read more

Can Botox be used on Crow’s Feet?

Yes, and although many doctors have been using it ‘off the books’ for years the FDA approved botox officially for use on crow’s feet only last September. Crow’s feet are the fine lines that radiate outwards from the corners of the eyes; they’re even more noticeable when you smile read more