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Will Botox Lift My Eyebrows?

Botox is a fantastic way to reduce wrinkles on your face.  Commonly in areas such as the forehead and frown lines.  Are you are conscious of sagging eyelids and brows?.  Botox can also give your eyebrows an extra lift.  Giving a boost your confidence.

Botox can lift your eyebrows by injecting it into the areas around the eyebrows.  This smooths sagging skin, making eyebrows appear lifted and more symmetrical.  Botox can help to create a fresh, youthful look by opening up the eyes and reducing drooping.

How does a Botox brow lift work?

A Botox® brow lift is a non-surgical procedure.  It involves injecting Botox (Botulinum Toxin Type A) into the muscles. This wrinkle treatment works by relaxing the muscles surrounding the eyebrow area.  Once injected this prevents movement.  The skin around the eyebrow area will look smoother and lifted.

How long until you see results from a Botox brow lift?

If you have a Botox brow lift, you can expect to start seeing results relatively quickly, usually within a few days.  Full results can take up to two weeks.  A Botox brow lift can last for three to six months before you require a top up.

What are the benefits of a Botox brow lift?

A Botox brow lift is a simple and easy procedure.  It has the power to completely transform your eye area and boost your confidence.  A small amount of Botox can make your eyebrows look evenly balanced.   The lift will flatter the framing of your face.  It can also make it easier to put on makeup due to the reduced sagging and easier access to the eyelid area.

At Austin Brewer, we offer Botox near you in Bournemouth.  Which is carried out by our very own medical facial practitioner.  Austin has over 15 years of facial aesthetics experience under his belt.  We always carry out a free, no obligation consultation.  This will then determine how a Botox brow lift would work best for your face shape.

For more information about Botox in Bournemouth or to book a free consultation, call our specialist facial aesthetic practitioner directly on 07823 883888. We would be happy to assist you.

Top Tips for Skin Needling | Dermarolling Aftercare

Many people ask us “Does Dermarolling / micro needling really work?”. Our answer is always the same. Yes! But only if done correctly, safely and professionally and importantly, if the patient follows the correct aftercare.

Dermaroller® micro skin needling is a non-invasive treatment where tiny needles are rolled across the skin, encouraging the skin to renew itself in a controlled manner. After the initial rest time, the difference between the dermarolling before and after effects are profound. The skin will look more youthful and scarring from acne and stretchmarks will be visibly reduced.

Why the Dermarolling |skin needling aftercare is important?

The aftercare of skin needling & dermarolling is particularly important. This is because the process makes the skin delicate during the healing process. Post-treatment infections are extremely rare, as the pricking channels close within minutes. If the treatment is done under clean, careful clinical condition there should be no complications.
With all that said, following these tips to ensure your glowing skin lasts.

Avoid exercise after your dermarolling appointment

Many people love hearing this advice! This is your written doctor’s note to be lazy for at least the next 48 hours after the Dermaroller® micro skin needling treatment. Try your best not to sweat, so no gym, weights or running. Sweating opens the pores of your skin and bacteria might be able to enter the reopened skin punctures, which could lead to a reaction or infection. Please also avoid saunas, hot tubs and any conditions gets you overheating.

Avoid the sun and sunscreen

We also recommend you avoid the sun after a dermaroller treatment. UV light can harm to the skin during the healing process.
The skin will be highly sensitive after the micro needling. Avoid moisturisers and sunscreen for 24 -48 hours, as the oils may enter the skin channels.

Avoid “Active Ingredient” skin products

Products with “active ingredients” usually include substances like Alpha Hydroxyl Acids, Retinol and other similar agents. These ingredients can potentially irritate the skin after microneedling and delay the healing process.

Avoid makeup

You definitely do not want your makeup penetrating the pores and causing further irritations. Makeup brush bristles can penetrate the pores that have been opened by the microneedling process. Dirty make up brushes may also cause negative side effects.

Ensure your hands are always clean

Pay extra care that your hands are always clean after dermaroller treatment and try to avoid touching your face. You do not want dirt and bacteria getting in contact with the skin while it is healing.

To receive further advice and to learn more about Dermaroller® micro skin needling or any of our other cosmetic treatments at our Austin Brewer Bournemouth skin clinic in Bournemouth, call us on 07823 883888 and we will be happy to assist you. We also offer all new patients a free skin consultation.

What’s The Difference Between At Home And Professional Chemical Peel In Bournemouth?

A Professional chemical skin peel in Bournemouth is best left in the hands of the professionals.  With an influx of at-home skin peels on the market, you may be tempted to try and see what the fuss is about. If you are thinking about trying a chemical skin peel, read why a one-size-fits-all, over-the-counter option may not be the best for you:

At home skin peels are not as effective

Chemical peels are substances applied to the face to diminish the appearance of ace scars, sun damage, fine line and more. At home peels, or ‘superficial peels’ usually contain a light glycolic or salicylic acid. This weak concentration may mean it is safe enough to sell over the counter but will only have a very minimal impact on the skin’s surface.

Professional peels, or ‘in-office peels’ ten to contain stronger components. Trichloroacetic acid is a stronger ‘medium depth’ peel, ideal for rejuvenating deeper layers of the skin. Phenol is used as a deep peel to treat more serious signs of ageing and wrinkles.

A Professional chemical skin peel in Bournemouth is bespoke

Unlike at home peels, professional facial peels are tailored to your skin by a medical professional. At our skin clinic in Bournemouth, Austin Brewer will create a personal cosmetic treatment plan, depending on your skin type and the results you wish to achieve. The type of peel and concentration of chemicals used will be augmented to give you the healthy, youthful skin you desire.

Professional skin peels are safer

Chemical peels have come a long way in the past ten years. Now you can have a safe facial peel by an experienced professional with only minimal possible peels or redness. These effects will fade in just a few hours.
If you choose to buy a home peel, consider the ingredient carefully. Selecting the wrong type of skin peel for your skin could cause irritation or allergic reaction. If you are unsure, consult an aesthetic practitioner.

Book your Professional peel today

Want to know more about our professional chemical skin peel and dermal fillers in Bournemouth? Contact Austin Brewer on 07823 88388 to book a free skin consultation today.

Where To Get The Best Botox In Bournemouth?

Thinking about Botox? If you are starting your wrinkle treatment research, you know there are lots of providers to choose from. Read our expert advice on where you should get Botox in Bournemouth for safe, reliable and natural-looking results.

High Street Botox

There has been a recent surge of Botox wrinkle treatments available on the high street. Now even national high street retailers have announced plans to perform Botox in their stores. But there are many safety concerns over this type of ‘casual beauty treatment’. Unlike eyebrow threading or waxing, Botox requires a safe, sterile consultation room. It is also essential that Botox is performed by a qualified and experienced professional. Before you are tempted by cheap prices, do your research to find a reputable company. Consult previous customer testimonials to get a good idea of how safe their practises are.

Botox Parties

At our skin clinic in Bournemouth, we strongly advise against Botox parties for the following reasons:

• Botox parties are commonly held in private homes, away from safe regulation.
• Guests are often encouraged to try wrinkle treatments without any formal or professional consultation beforehand.
• The treatments are often performed by beauticians, rather than qualified professionals.

If you choose to attend a Botox party, be wary of any legal waiver you are asked to sign. If any complication occurs, your beautician may not be held responsible. This means you may have to visit a professional clinic or hospital if you suffer from an abscess or infection from unprofessionally administered dermal fillers.

Aesthetic Practitioners

The safest place to get Botox in Poole and Bournemouth are from a reputable skin clinic. Austin Brewer is fully qualified aesthetic practitioner with years of experience.

If you would like more information about our cosmetic treatments, including our new Juvéderm Volite skin booster treatment, call Austin Brewer today on 07823 883888 to book your free skin consultation.

When Is The Best Time To Start Botox?

So, when is the best time to start Botox?.  We all know the basics of good skin care. Avoid smoking, sunbathing, get your eight hours of beauty sleep, ect. But lifestyle habits can have a varied effect on your skin depending on your age. Drinking a few too many cocktails in the sun will have less damaging effect on a twenty-year-old than a fifty year old. So when should you start thinking about wrinkle treatments?

Botox In Your Twenties

“Preventative Botox” is becoming more and more popular with young women. Many women in their twenties are having Botox in Bournemouth to reduce the risk of wrinkles and lines forming too deeply in future. This may be a good idea for those who are noticing faint lines from squinting or frowning. Early Botox is also recommended for twenty-somethings who regularly sunbathe or smoke.

Botox In Your Thirties

Your thirties are normally when most people start to see noticeable wrinkles and lines. Women who have started their own family (and suffering from lack of sleep!) may be more susceptible to early wrinkles. Similarly, stress, smoking and sun rays will start to cause more damage to the skin than before. This is a good time to start Botox wrinkle treatments to prevent permanent deep lines.

Botox In Your Forties

At forty, most women will begin to form prominent crow’s feet and frown lines. Botox can be applied to these target areas to rejuvenate the skin and take years off you! This is also a good time to start chemical peels in Bournemouth, which stimulate collagen production and reduce the signs of aging.

Botox In Your Fifties

By the time women hit fifty, deep lines have formed around the eyes and mouth. The face may have also lost volume and elasticity. We recommend using a combination of Botox for pronounced lines and dermal fillers to bring back a youthful volume and glow to your complexion.

Botox In Your Sixties

Botox is for everyone and it’s never too late. Botox is an ideal option for mature women who don’t wish to under-go cosmetic surgery but want to improve their appearance. Although Botox alone may not make you look twenty one again, they can be combined with a dermal filler 8 point facelift to achieve a fresh, younger look.

Hopefully this helps answer “when is the best time to start Botox” If you would further information or would like to try Botox or lip fillers, contact us at our Austin Brewer skin clinic in Bournemouth on 07823 883 888 and book your free skin consultation.

Why you should try derma roller micro needling for stretch marks

Derma rollers are tiger stripes & battle scars best option to help them improve. Whatever you want to call them, stretch marks can be tough to get rid of. When the summer heat calls for less clothes, stretch marks can make you feel self-conscious. If your stretch marks are getting you down, read on to discover how derma roller treatment can help.

What are stretch marks?

Stretch marks are long, thin marks on the skin. They are often caused when the skin expands rapidly, such as during puberty, pregnancy or rapid weight gain. Stretch marks are often red-purple to begin with and slowly fade to a silver-white. It is estimated that 80% of women have stretch marks either on their stomach, thighs, buttocks, breasts or arms.

Can stretch marks go away?

It is very unlikely your stretch marks will heal 100%. Although they may fade, a residual tear will remain permanently. There is a plethora of creams and gels that claim to eradicate stretch marks. However most of these only show minimal results on the surface area of the skin. However, there are cosmetic treatments that can help.

How does micro needling help stretch marks?

Dermaroller microneedling targets the middle layer of the skin. Tiny needles are rolled across the damaged areas to create miniscule pinpricks. These tiny pricks stimulate the body to produce collagen to heal and rejuvenate the appearance of the skin. Your stretch marks will diminish and your skin will look great!

Where can I get derma roller treatment in Bournemouth?

Avoid the temptation to try micro needling at home! Always consult a professional who can best advise the level of treatment you need, for the most effective results. Austin Brewer is a qualified, aesthetic practitioner, with over 25 years of experience.

If you are interested in trying micro needling or dermal fillers at our skin clinic in Bournemouth, call us today on 07823 883 888 and book your free skin consultation.

What is an 8 Point Facelift?

The new 8 Point facelift is a hot topic amongst beauty bloggers right now.  With it’s significant but natural effects, it’s clear to see why.  Even those who swore they would never touch a needle are trying this new non-surgical face lift. We explain how the eight point face lift system is different and why you should try it.

You may be hesitant to try Botox in Bournemouth or dermal fillers after seeing the ‘frozen face’ results from inexperienced practitioners.  MD codes are different.  The innovative 8 point facelift takes any unpredictable guesswork out of the equation.  Dr Maio’s dermal filler system instructs aesthetic practitioners where to inject fillers to create specific changes or movement in the face.  MD codes in the 8 point facelift also provide detailed recommendations of the correct amount of filler to use.  This prevents any risk of puffy ‘pillow face’ effects.

What do MD Codes do?

The main aim of MD codes is to reverse signs of gravity and ageing.  Dermal fillers are applied to tighten areas of the face which is starting to sag or plump areas that need more volume.
Some common areas include:

• Lifting cheekbones
• Reduce lines from the nose to the mouth
• Add symmetry
• Plump hollow areas under the eyes

This system only uses the minimal number of injections to create a youthful and natural look appearance.

Does the 8 point facelift hurt?

You may experience a slight stinging in the areas being treated. However, the fillers are applied with an ultra-thin needle, similar to lip fillers, so the discomfort is minimal.  There is also lidocaine in the fillers.  So any minimal pain or discomfort will soon fade soon after the treatment is complete.

How long does a 8 point facelift last?

This cosmetic treatment procedure only takes between 45 mins to 1 hour to complete.  As each treatment is bespoke to the individual some procedures may not need fillers in all 8 points.

The stunning results of the 8 point face lift system can last up to 18 months.  Length of results may vary depending on the type of dermal filler use and the areas which are treated.

Would you like to know more about our cosmetic treatments, including Botox for medical uses or chemical skin peels? Call Austin Brewer at our aesthetic practitioner clinic today on 07823 883 888 to book your free skin consultation.

How does Botox treat depression?

When you are feeling down, it can be clearly seen in your facial expression. Many of us have childhood memories being told to ‘turn a frown upside down’, but can your facial expression affect how you feel?

Physical ways Botox can help depression

How can you use Botox® for depression? A study published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research tested subjects with Botox® injected into the facial areas most commonly connected to low mood. The subjects were suffering from long-term depression but unconcerned with how they looked. Many of them claimed they never would have considered Botox® to improve their appearance. The research concluded that Botox® still improved the mood of the test subjects. This is because the injection of botulinum toxin relaxed the ‘frowning’ muscles and reduces the negative emotional signals transmitted to the brain.

Psychological ways Botox  treats depression

So, we understand Botox® in Bournemouth helps alleviate depression physically but what about psychologically? How we feel about our physical appearance can have a significant effect on our self-esteem. Most people will confirm that when they look good, they feel better and more confident. We find many of our clients feel Botox® smooths out their insecurities (as well as their wrinkles!). If you are feeling self-conscious about your laughter lines or those deep lines between your brows, wrinkle treatments can help reduce your concerns and feel better daily.

Botox® in Bournemouth

Whether you want to treat the physical or psychological symptoms of depression, start your journey with Botox® in Poole now. Austin Brewer is a professional aesthetic practitioner, who has many years’ experience in performing cosmetic treatments. Every patient is put completely at ease before treatment. You can enjoy the benefits of beautifully smooth skin for up to approximately 3 months.

Want to find out more about our cosmetic treatments, such as dermal fillers and lip fillers in Poole? Contact Austin Brewer today on 07823 88388 to arrange a free skin consultation.

Why chemical peels are the secret to beautiful skin

Chemical peels are often talked about as a pinnacle of cosmetic treatments for skin care, and with good reason! Chemical peels are an effective way to achieve a radiant glow for your complexion. Read on to discover why skin peels are well worth the investment.

How do chemical peels work?

A chemical peel is a chemical solution that is applied to the face. The solution exfoliates the skin and gently peels it off.  The ‘new’ skin underneath will be visibly brighter and smoother than before. This process produces a combination of desirable results.

Goodbye Acne!

Although commonly associated with puberty, there has been a huge rise in adults seeking acne treatment in the past few years. In fact, one study found that acne now affects 9.4% of the worlds’ population! Luckily, skin peels can be an effective acne treatment. Chemical peels with salicylic acid can not only help prevent breakouts, it also minimises the appearance of acne scars.

Wrinkle treatment for aging skin

Sadly, aging eventually affects us all. But skin peels are an excellent wrinkle treatment, as they stimulate the collagen production of your skin. This extra collagen plumps up your skin and helps reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles.

Make your skin (and skin-care routine) work harder!

Not only will chemical peels increase the level of collagen in your skin, it will also produce more hyaluronic acid (the core ingredient for dermal fillers!).  This will soften and smooth the surface texture of your skin. As an added bonus, your skin care products will also perform better after the skin cells have been exfoliated from your face, resulting in a fresh complexion for longer!

Want to know more about chemical peels or dermal fillers in Bournemouth? Contact Austin Brewer, an experienced aesthetic practitioner, on 07823 883888 and book your free skin consultation today.

Are Botox Injections safe?

Botox has had a varied reputation over the years. From the initial health scares when Botox was first introduced as a cosmetic treatment, most people now accept that Botox is a safe way to treat wrinkles. Are botox injections safe?.  If you have any lingering concerns about the safety of Botox, let us put your mind at ease.

Botox for medical conditions

Years before Botox was used for cosmetic treatments, it was originally used in the medical profession to treat muscle spasms, eyelid tics and underarm sweating.  There is a long history of Botox safety.

Despite media scares and word-of-mouth rumours, Botox has a long and safe history. According to a 2005 study, there have only been 36 cases of adverse effects to Botox from 1989 to 2003, and 13 of those patients had previous medical conditions that may have caused the issues. The treatment has been approved as safe by governmental regulation bodies in over 80 countries across the globe.

Minor side effects

Botox can have minor side effects for a small minority of people. These include a slight bruising or skin discolouration.

Find a reputable aesthetic practitioner

Although Botox is now commonplace, it is important to remember that Botox is a prescription-only product. Botox injections should only ever be prescribed and performed by a qualified aesthetic practitioner, doctor, nurse, dentist.  So when you ask “are botox injections safe?” And are considering Botox, or any other Botox treatment, take time to find a trustworthy and reputable aesthetic practitioner such as Austin Brewer.

Book a skin consultation first

Always have a face-to-face skin consultation before using Botox. Discuss with your practitioner your medical history and the reasons you would like the treatment. Your practitioner should discuss how the treatment works and any minor side effects that may occur.

Are you looking for dermal fillers or Botox in Bournemouth? Book your free skin consultation with Austin Brewer or call us on 07823 883888.

Can Skin Needling be done at home?

With many home micro needling kits on the market, it is tempting to try them out and see how much you could save.  Can skin needling be done at home?.  Here we discuss what you should know about skin needling at home – and why you may reconsider buying that dermaroller home kit!

Home kit dermaroller needles are different

The needles included in a micro needling home kit are less than 1mm. Professional dermaroller treatments use needles that are between 1mm and 3mm. Longer needles are necessary for treating deeper skin damage, such as acne scars and wrinkles.

Professional skin needling will achieve better results

Perhaps unsurprisingly, dermaroller treatment performed by a professional will be more effective and last longer.  Professionals have an array of different derma rollers and can use the best ones to suit your skin. A medical professional will also have the training and experience to create an effective micro needling treatment plan.

Evaluate which cosmetic treatment is right for you

Micro needling is not safe if you have very sensitive skin, cold sores or inflammatory conditions such as rosacea. A medical professional will assess if skin needling is safe for you as an individual. If you are looking for rosacea treatment, consider thermavein treatment instead.

Professional aesthetic practitioner clinics are safer

By visiting an experienced aesthetic practitioner, you can be assured the procedure will take place in a clean and sterile environment. All equipment will be sterilised or cleaned with a specialist cleaner between treatments. It is essential to disinfect equipment properly, as infection can be a dangerous side effect of micro needling. Professionals have also completed training to perform the procedure in a safe manner. By attempting the skin needling yourself, there is a risk you may cause scarring or bruising to your skin.

If you would like a safe dermaroller treatment, visit our skin clinic in Bournemouth. Austin Brewer is an experienced and certified aesthetic practitioner and is dedicated to achieving amazing results. Contact us now to book your free skin consultation or call on 07823 883888.

Botox vs Dermal Fillers: which is best for you?

If you have heard the term Botox vs dermal fillers, you will know that both treatments reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. But what is the difference between the two? Read on the discover how these treatments vary and which is best for you.

Botox vs Dermal fillers – what’s the difference?

Botox is the brand name for a specific type of wrinkle treatment using an intensely purified protein. This protein is injected into the muscle to relax the area and diminish the surrounding muscle activity. Botox is a great tool for targeting specific lines, such as frown lines or crows feet.

Dermal fillers work by replenishing the natural level of hyaluronic acid in the face, which decreases as we get older. Hyaluronic acid supports the skin and can be injected into the face to ‘plump’ out lines and wrinkles. This is a great method to add volume to certain parts of the face, which may have sunk due to natural aging or a high impact lifestyle. Hyaluronic acid is also the key ingredient in lip fillers in Bournemouth.

What does each treatment involve?

Both treatments are injected into the target areas with a small needle. This may result in minimal swelling or bruising (but can easily be covered with make-up, if you wish). The side effects for both treatments will soon go, usually within 24 hours. Although you may feel a little discomfort, neither Botox or dermal fillers are painful procedures.

How long do they last?

The results from Botox treatment usually lasts up to three months, but this may vary from patient to patient. The effects of dermal fillers can last up to 18 months, depending on the volume of the dermal fillers used.

If you are interested in learning more about Botox in Bournemouth or any other wrinkle treatments available from Austin Brewer, book your free skin consultation today or call us on 07823 883888

Your top questions about chemical peels answered

A chemical peel can do wonders to improve and brighten your complexion. Here your top questions about chemical peels answered .  Learn about face peels and what results you can expect.

How do chemical peels work?

A chemical solution is applied to the face, exfoliating the skin, causing it to peel off. The exfoliated surface cells improve the skin’s pigmentation and smooths the surface texture of the face.
Chemical peels also increase the production of collagen, which reduces the appearance of wrinkles, leaving your complexion looking younger and glowing!

If you are prone to acne, skin peels can help reduce your breakouts and signs of scarring, giving you a beautifully even skin tone. If you are interested in other effective remedies for acne scarring, read more about dermaroller skin needling treatments in Bournemouth.

Do chemical peels hurt?

The idea that chemical peels are painful is a common misconception. Although your skin may feel warm and tingly, you should not experience any pain or discomfort. However, a chemical peel may make your skin temporarily more sensitive to the sun. Be sure to protect your skin from UV rays for the first few days after treatment.

How long do the effects of a face peel last?

The results of a face peel may vary depending on your personalised treatment. For the best results, we recommend between 4 and 6 sessions, with a 2 week break in between. You can repeat the treatment twice a year for ongoing, glowing skin.

How much do chemical peels cost?

Medical grade skin peels with Austin Brewer start from £85 per treatment.

Where can I get a chemical peel?

You don’t have to travel far to find an experienced and professional skin clinic. Austin Brewer is a facial aesthetic practitioner who specialises in chemical peels in Bournemouth.

So there you have it, your top questions about chemical peels answered.  If you want to know more about cosmetic treatments available from Austin Brewer, including Lip fillers in Poole, please click here to book a free skin consultation or call on 07823 883888 now.

Why visit our luxury skin clinic in Bournemouth

Are you searching for a luxury skin clinic in Bournemouth?.  Established in 2004, Austin has many years of experience in the industry.  Austin Brewer has quickly established himself and has become known for delivering high-quality and natural enhancement treatments to all his clients.  To help you make your mind up, we have listed reasons why you need to visit our Bournemouth skin clinic below.

Free consultation

Whether you are a new or existing patient, we offer free consultations. During the consultation process, we will discuss your skin treatment needs and budget.

We can initially provide some advice on the phone about our skin treatments.  However, we prefer face-to-face consultations as it allows us to give a more accurate diagnosis. After the consultation, there will be no obligation to use our treatments. We always give you the opportunity to go away after your consultation and think over your options before proceeding with any treatments.

One practitioner

In many skin clinics, there is often a lack of personal touch and many patients feel they are unable to build a relationship.  This can be due to the fact they always have a different practitioner over the course of their treatment. When you visit Austin Brewer, Bournemouth’s luxury skin clinic, you will be assigned one practitioner – Austin for the duration of your treatments.

Diverse selection of skin treatments

If you want your lips to have more volume, or you want a clear complexion.  Our treatments will help you achieve your desired look. So why not view our skin treatments below:

If you are unsure what treatment is right for you, do not hesitate to contact Austin Brewer today.  We are always  more than happy to talk through your needs.

Fully qualified

Our clinic is run by Austin, who is a fully qualified and insured aesthetics practitioner. With over 30 years experience medical profession and since 2004 dedicated in skin treatments and facial aesthetics, Austin has become one of the leading practitioners in his field.

Our luxury skin clinic in Bournemouth is registered with the TYCT so you can be assured that you will receive a high-quality treatment.

Dedicated aftercare

We care about you which is why we have a great aftercare program in place. We conduct a post procedure check-up two week after your treatment to see the results, and we provide any check up free of charge for all of our treatments.

Contact us

Book your free consultation today and contact Austin Brewer for more details.

Beautiful skin this Christmas

Dare I say it?! Christmas is a mere blink of the eye away, although hang on there.  I’m not suggesting you rush out and buy your turkey right now…..but have you thought about having beautiful skin this Christmas?

Even though you can’t move through the department stores at the moment without being blinded by the array of sequins on offer.  I bet you even have your eye on a couple for all those fabulous parties you have lined up, right?. But what about your face?, after all it is the first thing that everyone notices when you walk in to the party, no matter how many sparkles are on your dress.

Now is the right time to act if you are wanting your face to look radiant throughout the holiday season.

Beautiful skin this Christmas….and forever

Here at Austin Brewer Facial Aesthetics we can offer a wide range of cosmetic treatments to get you looking your best, not just for Christmas but seeing you through all the years to come.  How about some assistance smoothing those frown lines away, or maybe fuller more luscious lips for that special someone under the mistletoe? Or perhaps a smoother clearer complexion thanks to the latest chemical peel or dermal roller treatment.

We also recommend as always, an amazingly simple but extremely effective skincare regime that will keep you skin well nourished.  Even though those late nights will be adding up!.  It includes using an SPF 50, something you need to be wearing all year round.   I bet you’re surprised by me saying that, especially as we’re all dusting off our scarves and gloves at the moment.  Perhaps because your make up has SPF in it you think your covered, unfortunately even if your make up does have some spf, you would need to be putting it on so thickly, that unless your auditioning for pantomime dame this year.  It will never be enough coverage to protect you, and probably not the look you’re after!

Well that’s about all – just remember not to leave it to the last minute.  I know we are amazing here at Austin Brewer facial aesthetics!.  But we still need time to wave our magic wands too.  Call us on 07823 883888 or have a look at our website for more details on the treatments mentioned above www.austinbrewer.com. Get booked in for your free skin consultation at our skin clinic in Bournemouth. Then you can concentrate on dusting off the fairy and untangling those lights.