Cosmetic Dermatology

Dr Liz Dawes-Higgs focuses on achieving a natural refreshed look, so you look as good as you feel. It’s not all about ageing, it’s also getting rid of angry lines when you’ re in Sales & Marketing!

Facial rejuvenation is about making you look as great as you feel on the inside. It can involve many different treatments depending on your appearance and desire.

 

Options of facial rejuvenation can include:

  1. Laser therapy for facial pigmentation, broken capillaries
  2. Superficial chemical peels for overall skin clarity and to even out pigmentation
  3. Filler injections for smoothing out static wrinkles (wrinkles at rest)
  4. Anti-wrinkle injections for softening dynamic wrinkles (wrinkles with movement)
  5. Topical peptides and growth factors, fruit acids and vitamins
  6. Sunscreen and sun protection remain the most important techniques.

Injectables

Liquid Lift

Looking for a rejuvenation lift that doesn’t involve surgery, hospital stay, and wounds and dressings to attend to?

Fillers for Facial Rejuvenation

Fillers are injected into the skin to restore or increase volume to the face and help to give a more youthful appearance.

Muscle Relaxants for Wrinkles

Anti-wrinkle treatment is a way to rejuvenate the face by relaxing certain muscles of facial expression.


Lights & LAsER Dermatology

Fraxel Re:Store® Laser

The Fraxel Re:Store® laser is a non-ablative fractional laser for the treatment of aging and sun damaged skin. This laser will also treat acne scars and surgical scars.

V Beam Perfecta

V Beam is a pulse dye laser used to treat vascular, pigmented and certain non-pigmented lesions.

Gentle Max Pro

The Gentle Max Pro is a skin rejuvenation laser, reducing redness and pigmentation.

 

RadioFrequency

Fractional Radiofrequency is a customisable skin resurfacing treatment normalising the skins tone and texture

 

Topical Skin Care

Topical Skin Care Advice

Keeping your skin healthy is very important. Good skin care involves using the right skin cleanser and moisturiser for your skin. Read more about these and Dr Liz's top tips for keeping your skin healthy.

Superficial Chemical Peels

A superficial chemical peel, also known as a "lunch-time peel", removes the top layer of dead skin cells. They are performed to give the skin a smoother appearance that is more even in colouration.