This Guide is an innovative approach for the industry as it makes public some of the most fundamental concepts of natural-looking yet effective anti-ageing treatment. Yet explaining these properly will help both patients and doctors.
Manchester (PRWEB UK) 30 July 2014
Skin treatments company SkinViva has introduced a free downloadable guide to help patients understand cosmetic treatments and make the best choices for their own facial rejuvenation.
The “4 Essential Things to Know before Booking a Treatment” was written by Dr Tim Pearce MB ChB BSc (Hons) MRCGP to share some of the essential concepts for successful non-surgical skin treatments, explaining what makes a facial treatment successful and the factors involved in achieving an aesthetically pleasing result.
The “Essential Things to Know” guide introduces and explains four very important yet little-known concepts including The Scientific Basis of What Is Beautiful, The Blink Concept, Think Holistically about Anti-Ageing and Beautification and Ask for Results, Not Treatments.
Using ‘before and after’ pictures of treatment, the guide illustrates in simple terms how an effective yet natural looking anti-ageing result can be achieved by understanding and applying these fundamental treatment principles.
Dr. Pearce explains:
“Having worked in the industry for so many years, I find it surprising how little quality information there is to enable patients to understand how facial anti-ageing treatments really work.”
“While there is a reasonable amount of technical information explaining the scientific aspect of how a particular injection works; what is not fully explained is that a successful non-surgical treatment is about more than simply administering injections. There is considerable skill and artistry involved in getting a great result as well as understanding of facial proportions and even an element of human psychology.”
“In consultation with my patients, I have realised just how useful they find it to have an appreciation of what I consider to be the 4 essential concepts of facial treatment. Once armed with this information, they are better able to discuss how treatments are planned with their doctor to get a result that they will be really happy with.”
The 4-page report is available to download free of charge on the SkinViva website and can also be requested via email. There has been a positive early reception to the launch, with patients appreciating the insightful advice.
Dr Tim Pearce has worked in the cosmetic treatments industry since 2007 and has extensive knowledge of the industry. He founded SkinViva in 2008, which has gone on to become one of the North West’s largest treatment providers with its own flagship clinic in Manchester as well as a service in salons across Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire and even further afield.
In 2013, SkinViva Training was launched to share the latest techniques and knowledge with other medical professionals, working to raise standards within the industry by ensuring a high quality of training for those wishing to practice.
Dr. Tim Pearce concludes:
“We are committed to providing clear, transparent information to help consumers make the right decision about their treatment.”
“This Guide is an innovative approach for the industry as it makes public some of the most fundamental concepts of natural-looking yet effective anti-ageing treatment. Yet explaining these properly will help both patients and doctors in achieving a better understanding, which will lead to better results.”
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 wrinkle-relaxing injections, dermal fillers, micro-needling and skin peels. All their professional skin treatments are carried out by qualified UK-registered doctors.
The Company is based in Manchester with their own flagship clinic in the Castlefield area. They have an extensive network of additional skin treatment clinic locations over the North West of England, including Cheshire, Lancashire and Derbyshire.