Manchester (PRWEB UK) 30 May 2014
SkinViva based in Manchester has developed a strong reputation for its rejuvenating skin treatments. The company has a local celebrity following among its loyal patients who appreciate the natural look of the effective anti-ageing results.
The new non-surgical brow lift has been a very welcome addition to the range of treatments. It has been particularly popular among celebrity clientele, for whom the subtle lift to the brow is a fashionable look, which is particularly flattering in photos and on camera.
Desperate Scousewife Elissa Corrigan has shared her experience of the treatment in a blog on the SkinViva website entitled ‘In Search of the Perfect Brow Lift’. These excerpts explain her experience of the treatment:
“At first I was sceptical because I have been using Botox for nearly three years and every time I went to my practitioner, I was always promised a slight lift in the eye area, but disappointingly never achieved it.”
“…during my first consultation with Dr Tim – I told him, along with banishing my wrinkles, I wanted a little in the eyebrow area. ‘No problem’ he said, like it was going to be as easy pie.”
“Dr Tim explained every single bit of minutiae – along with diagrams - about where he was injecting and how it would affect my face to give it the ‘lift.’”
“Fast-forward two weeks and – as you can see from the photographic evidence - I got what I wanted, a lovely line free forehead and beautifully arched brows. Hallelujah!”
Dr Tim Pearce, founder and lead Aesthetic Doctor at SkinViva Manchester, has developed the non-surgical brow lift using minimal amounts of injectable anti-ageing product which is skilfully, carefully and precisely injected at certain points, triggering a lifting effect for attractively arched eyebrows.
Word of mouth has spread news of the treatment and many patients such as Ms Corrigan have been referred to the clinic by friends or family members.
Clinical Director Dr Tim Pearce MB ChB BSc (Hons) MRCGP explains the benefits of this non-surgical skin treatment:
“As humans, we are naturally drawn to look each other in the eye as an intrinsic part of communication. The eyebrows are a very expressive part of the face, but with age they tend to drift downwards and can make the face appear tired and aged. Some patients even look cross.”
“The Hollywood fashion for lifted eyebrows has certainly caught on in the UK and we have many patients asking how they can achieve a lifted brow without the risks, costs or permanence of surgery. This is indeed possible, but requires exacting skill in terms of placing the injections. Elissa Corrigan describes in her blog how she had been disappointed with the results elsewhere.”
Dr Tim Pearce continued:
“The Non-Surgical Brow Lift has been particularly popular among our celebrity clientele and those living and working in the public eye. The results are aesthetically pleasing and very photogenic.”
“All of SkinViva’s doctors are fully trained in the non-surgical brow lift technique. We also teach it to other medical professionals in the Advanced Botox® & Dermal Fillers Course at our SkinViva Training school in Manchester.”
SkinViva was established in 2008 and have an excellent reputation for delivering excellent results and high patient satisfaction through their professional skin treatments. Popular skin treatments include anti-ageing injections, dermal fillers, micro-needling and chemical peels.
All their professional skin treatments are carried out by qualified UK-registered doctors. The team is led by fully qualified doctor and Clinical Director, Dr Tim Pearce MB ChB BSc (Hons) MRCGP, who also established a skin treatments training school, SkinViva Training, in 2013, in order to teach best practice skills and techniques to other medical professionals wishing to develop high standards of cosmetic injection skills and knowledge.
They are based in Manchester with their own flagship clinic is in the Castlefield area and have an extensive network of over 80 additional skin treatment clinic locations over the North West of England, including Cheshire, Lancashire and Derbyshire.