Following the popularity of our last Morpheus8 virtual event, we are once again giving you the opportunity to find out more about the non-surgical facelift treatment.
With results that are not only incredible, but totally natural looking, Morpheus8 took the UK media by storm earlier this year when the results of Judy Murray's treatment were revealed.
After years of coaching, playing and watching her sons play tennis in the sun, Judy's skin was extremely sun-damaged and wrinkled. After a course of three Morpheus8 treatments, the transformation was phenomenal, with Judy saying she felt she looked 10 years younger!
Join Aspire to find out more about the revolutionary treatment Morpheus8
Thursday 24th June 2021 at 12.30pm
via Zoom from the safety and comfort of your own home
Aspire's Clinic Director, Jenny O'Neill and Aspire's lead Doctor, Hannah Terefenko will explain how and why the skin ages, and how the Morpheus8 is the ideal treatment to combat the signs of ageing by lifting and tightening the face, neck and body. You will also see the results of our own Morpheus8 patients and there will be an opportunity to ask questions.
Morpheus8 uses fractionated radiofrequency energy, which is scientifically proven to reduce wrinkles and rebuild collagen. And unlike the surgical alternative, Morpheus8 also works wonders on the skin's quality. The treatment penetrates deep in to the tissues for a lifted, smoother and sleeker appearance.
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A natural part of the ageing process is the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles as our skin becomes thinner, drier and less elastic. As we smile, frown and squint, fine lines and wrinkles can appear at a young age, but the skin is able to spring back. As our skin loses its flexibility and springiness, the skin finds it harder to bounce back into place, resulting in those lines and wrinkles becoming deeper and permanent.
As well as the natural ageing process, other factors affect the development of wrinkles, including:
When it comes to wrinkles, the sun is not our friend. Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light from sunbathing, tanning booths, and periods of time – anything from playing sports, working or just walking outside without wearing sunscreen increases the development of wrinkles.
The UV light breaks down the collagen and elastin fibres that form the structure and connective tissue in the skin. This results in the skin weakening and becoming less flexible, allowing the skin to droop, sag and become wrinkly.
Skin quality is also affected by smoking and drinking alcohol. Smoking reduces the blood supply to the skin, whilst alcohol dehydrates the skin. Dry skin is prone to wrinkles and crepeness, giving an older, less healthy and dull appearance to the skin.
Positive ageing solutions
Whilst we cannot stop time and therefore the natural ageing process, there is action we can take to minimise the signs of ageing such as wrinkles and fine lines.
Firstly, invest in a good sunscreen. Being outdoors is good for the soul. No matter what the weather, we should be protecting our skin with an SPF50 every day. We are huge fans of Heliocare, particularly the Sun Touch, which gives a natural, uniform glow so there’s no need for make-up!
To tackle the expression lines around the eyes and forehead, a wrinkle-relaxing injectable treatment is an ideal place to start. The treatment works by relaxing the contracted muscles that give the appearance of frown lines and crows feet. Using a purified protein, chemical messages from the nerve to the muscle are blocked, allowing the muscle to stay in a relaxed state for 3-4 months, whilst giving the skin a smooth and youthful appearance.
Dermal fillers are ideal for putting the structure back in to the face and smoothing deeper lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers work by adding the volume back in to skin, gently erasing the lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers are ideal for cheeks, nose to mouth lines, lips and mouth to chin lines. They are also great for defining the jawline and correcting small chins or giving the nose a more appealing shape.
If the skin is particularly dehydrated, dry and crepey, a skin boosting treatment, such as Profhilo is needed. Prohilo is made up for pure hyaluronic acid, the hydrating substance our body makes naturally, but unfortunately depletes the older we get. This quick injectable treatment gives the skin the hydrating boost it needs to smooth fine lines and wrinkles and leave the skin hydrated and glowing.
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Mondays in May are turning into Mole Monday at Aspire Clinic, with Aesthetic Nurse, Becky running mole clinics on 10th, 17th and 24th May.
There are a huge range of skin lesions and blemishes that can affect our skin, including moles, skin tags and warts. Most of these skin lesions are harmless, but can be unsightly, unwanted and affect confidence.
Harmless moles are no longer removed on the NHS. However, here at Aspire, we offer Cryotherapy, an extremely quick and effective solution to treat unwanted skin lesions. A highly accurate stream of Cryogen is projected onto the skin lesion, to freeze and destroy the affected cells, whilst leaving healthy tissue intact. The treatment takes a couple of minutes, with minimal discomfort. Most lesions require only one session.
The cost of Cryotherapy is £90 per lesion, however, book an appointment at one of our Monday Mole clinics and you will receive £25 off per mole.