So let’s get real here for a minute. You want actual skin changes and improvements right? Then I am so sorry to say that you need to forget about those lovely, relaxing, oil -laden facials that we all love so much. Yes that’s right! Even I am a sucker for a bit of a pamper, and absolutely if this is what you are looking to achieve from a facial by all means do so. The relaxation alone does actually have skin positive effects. But if you want your facial to focus on improving the health and function of the skin, and ultimately the fresher appearance of it, then you need to look to medi-facials. And regularly!Read More
Botox Treatments In Oxford
There are many places in which to have Botox treatments in Oxford and the Oxfordshire area, however being prepared to ask the right questions will be key to having a safe and successful result.
Only recently, Save Face reported on a TV show called FAKE BRITAIN that illegally sourced fake “Botox” was being used by practitioners claiming to be medical professionals. So how can you best protect yourself if you are considering a Botox treatment?Read More
Well Hello and a Happy New Year to you!
I hope the holidays have been a time of joy and merriment for you whether spent as a raucous season of partying or relaxing at home with family. We closed over the holiday period after a really busy december helping our lovely patients with Botox, dermal fillers and skin peels to look their best for the festivities. We also began creating a new clinic space for the new year with extended clinic hours. Take a lookRead More
The media often plays a role in the confusion around what a Botox treatment is and what a dermal filer treatment is; mis-reporting adverse events to sensationalise the very rare times when a treatment doesn't quite go to plan, and not even using the correct terminology to describe what the treatment was.
So lets set the record straight on exactly what the difference is between these two treatments.Read More
In 2017, figures published by the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (Baaps) showed that the total number of face/neck lift fell by 44%, with women opting instead to have non-surgical procedures such as Botox, dermal fillers and HIFU for a more subtle rejuvenation of the ageing appearance.Read More
Researchers suggest that as many as 100,000 Botox injections are carried out each year in the UK, and campaigners report* an astonishing trebling in botched treatments since 2016.
Investigative journalist Ellie Flynn uncovers crimes and injustices against other people her age in the UK. In this episode, she’s on the trail of medics who may be wrongly providing botulinum toxin, commonly known as Botox, and the beauticians who either don’t know the strict rules or are choosing to ignore them.Read More
If your hands are anything like mine, then the harsh winter has probably taken a toll on them. The cold has certainly chapped my hands, leaving them looking dehydrated and, for the first time, looking their age! Fortunately, at Lumeire MediSpa, we are here to help you get your hands back for springtime and gardening.Read More
At Lumiere MediSpa we provide dermal filler treatments for patients seeking to rejuvenate some of their facial features that have changed with age, such as the cheek volume, nose to mouth lines, mouth corners that have turned downwards; even treatments for the hands are available. In this blog we discuss what ezactly a dermal filler is and what it is used for in anti-ageing medivcine.Read More
Sweating is normal! None of really like it, but it plays an important role in regulating our body temperature, that without would let us overheat. However, if like me, you have had those embarrrasing moments where once again you are wearing the new grey shirt you bought, reach out to grab a cab and notice the deep staining of sweat seeping through your shirt under your arms, perhaps you should read this.....There is a treatment to reduce overactive sweating!Read More
An initial skin consultation is vital to ensure you can explain your skin concerns and have a practitioner assess this. It should also be an opportunity to ask questions and discuss through a variety of treatment options with your practitioner; it is not an opportunity to be "sold" to. Ensure you are asking the right questions.Read More