How does it work?
Treatment involves a weekly administration of a next generation medication that mimics the action of your body’s natural hormones which regulate appetite and food intake. It makes you feel full so your appetite is reduced. It also delays […]Read More
Measures taken to become a “Covid-19 secure” environment
The following information is based upon a comprehensive Covid-19 transmission risk assessment.
Online Booking is now open from July 4th 2020
Prior to appointments patients will be sent a link to complete online forms to […]Read More
Its the 1st May 2020 and we have been in lockdown for about 6 weeks. I had wanted to use my nursing qualification back in the NHS, but they declined my offer at the first hurdle because of my asthma […]Read More
Botulinum toxin Type A is a purified protein produced by the Clostridium botulinum bacterium. “Botox” is the most well known brand on the market, although there are other brands such as Azzalure which we also use. It works by temporarily […]Read More
Price Changes at Coalport Skin Clinic
Due to the continued growth of Coalport Skin Clinic we are now obliged to become VAT registered.
Whilst it is common to add 20% Vat to the price of services and pass the increase on to […]
Dermal fillers, Skin Boosters & Profhilo
Dermal fillers are a soft tissue filler injected into the skin to help fill facial wrinkles restoring a smoother, more youthful appearance, they are made from hyaluronic acid which is a naturally occurring sugar that […]
The salient points from Ageing Gracefully (part 1) are that aging is dependent on:
Biological factors – controlled by age, genes & hormones
Premature – external influences such as sun exposure, diet, alcohol, smoking, sleep etc
The full face approach needs to consider:
Skin […]Read More
Its a commonly used term that used mean that the ageing process was “out of our control” and there was not much we could do about it. Thankfully that is no longer the case, with the help of non surgical […]Read More
Facial Asymmetry – why does this happen, why is it important and is there anything we can do about it?
Facial asymmetry is common in our population, it is when one side does not exactly line up or mirror the other. Most of us have it and don’t even notice it in ourselves or others. Occasionally people seek treatment such […]Read More