Skin Clinic Treatments


The difference between Botox and fillers

Botox and fillers are both very effective at reducing the appearance of ageing. Botox relaxes your muscules stopping you contracting them. This will then gradually lead to the disappearance or reduction in wrinkles.

 

Potentially  if you started botox injections in your early 30's you could avoid ever getting facial wrinkles. If you start having Botox injections in your 50's and 60's then wrinkles may well have become ingrained and  are still likely to be visible even after botox injections.  In these cases a combination of filler and botox may be appropriate. The filler being used to "fill in" the wrinkles.

 

Dermal filler can also be used for plumping purposes. For example lip fillers or filling in the hollow area under the eye. Fillers come in varying thickess depending on where they are going to be applied. Lip filler is the softest filler ensuring your lips stay supple and beautiful, whilst cheek filler is thicker and more structural in nature.

 

Before any treatment Sarah will discuss all the treatment options with you to ensure you are happy. 


To arrange an appointment at the Bridgend , Neath or Ross on Wye Clinic call now on 01792 817788


Tear trough filler Dr Sarah Parkes Skin Clinic

Tear Trough filler from £300

This is the one of the most exciting advances in aesthetic medicine and one of my favourite procedures. The tear trough is the area between your ........

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Dermal Filler injection Dr Sarah Parkes  Skin Clinic

Dermal Fillers from £180

Dermal fillers are known by various brand names depending on the manufacturer.  There are a few leading brands which have got the most clinical data ............ 

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Lip filler injection Dr Sarah Parkes Skin Clinic

Lip fillers from £180

Lips are one of the most visible characteristics of our faces and we should not underestimate the impact that well-defined naturally full looking .......... 

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MicroNeedling  Skinpen for acne scarring and skin rejuventation

MicroNeedling from £200

Microneedling is a skin rejuvenation procedure that regenerates skin by stimulating the production of new collagen and elastin.  Great for Acne scarring and wrinkles.

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Botox injection Dr Sarah Parkes Skin Clinic

Botox from £99

Botox is the most common cosmetic proceedure in the world, followed by dermal fillers. Ten of millions of these proceedures are given every year.

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Injecting filler to reduce the jawline Dr Sarah Parkes

Jawline Sculpting

 A strong and defined jawline is a trait often seen on Hollywood stars, but unfortunately is not something that we are all born with. 

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Before and after Glow Peel, Acne treatment, Rosacea treatment, Skin Clinic Neath

Chemical Peels

The Skin Clinic can customise a program of Aluminer MD chemical peel treatments to target your specific skin concerns whether it be ageing, pigmentation or Acne or Rosacea.  

 

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Acne scarring  improvement before and after microneedling treatments

Acne Scarring treatment

Acne scarring reduction is very successfully treated with the Microneedling using the Skin Pen. This  is a skin rejuvenation procedure that regenerates skin by stimulating the production of new collagen and elastin.

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Profhilo before and after picture

Profhilo

Profhilo® is an effective and natural looking non-surgical facelift treatment. It is a new discovery in facial ageing addressing skin laxity, not just filling lines and wrinkles.


Botox treatment for Migraine

Btox has been found  in trials to reduce the frequency of headache days / migraines. In simple terms Botox helps reduce the tension in muscles in the forehead, temple, back of neck and this leads to a reduction in migraine and tension headaches.  

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Botox for sweating

Botox has been found to be very effective in reducing excessive sweating. Excessive sweating (i.e. out of proportion to what is required to regulate body temperature), is known as hyperhidrosis.