Anti-wrinkle injections are a safe and effective way of reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Read more…
- Anti-wrinkle Injections
- Cheek enhancement
- Dermal Fillers
- Lip Enhancement
- Liquid Facelift
- Non-surgical Rhinoplasty
- Skin Peels
- Tear Trough Fillers
Cheek enhancement is a procedure in which dermal filler is injected into the cheek area to lift and rejuvenate its appearance.
Dermal fillers are made from hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance found in the skin that helps your skin cells retain moisture so that your your skin feels and appears more hydrated and plump. Read more…
Dermal fillers are made from hyaluronic acid which is a natural substance found in the skin that helps keep the skin looking plump and youthful. Dermal fillers can be injected in areas where there are lines and wrinkles, helping to restore the skins natural youthful look. They can also be used to restore volume that is lost through the ageing process, as well as to contour or enhance features such as the lips, jawline, chin, and nose. Read more…
Dermaroller or microneedling therapy is a fantastic anti-ageing treatment that can be used to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles on the skin. It involves rolling a cylindrical device that has lots of tiny microneedles studded on its surface over the skin, which stimulates the body’s repair mechanisms to produce new collagen. A course of 3-6 treatments is recommended to see maximal benefits. Read more…
Lip fillers are used to enhance the natural shape of the lips. Lip fillers contain Hyaluronic Acid which is a naturally occurring substance that traps moisture in the skin and therefore gives the lips a plumper and more youthful look. Read more…
A liquid facelift is a non-surgical, quick and convenient way to reduce signs of ageing without the need to go under the knife. The treatment involves injections that smooth out any lines and wrinkles and replace any lost facial volume to enhance the overall shape of the face. This treatment will lift your facial features and smooth out any lines and wrinkles giving you a rejuvenated and youthful appearance.
What does the treatment involve?
The treatment consists of multiple injections of Botox® and dermal fillers to specific areas of your face such as your forehead or your cheeks. The specific areas targeted depends on your individual requirements. Before the treatment, a topical anaesthetic is applied to your skin to reduce any discomfort you may feel during the treatment. Read more…
What is a non-surgical rhinoplasty?
A non-surgical rhinoplasty is a procedure in which a dermal filler is injected to change the shape of the nose.
Will it make my nose smaller?
The aim of a non-surgical rhinoplasty is to create a more attractive shape to the nose. For example, a hooked shape nose can be made to look straight by carefully placing small amounts of dermal filler into certain areas of the nose, such as above and below a nasal dorsal hump, as well as the tip. Similarly a wide nose bridge can also be made to look more narrow. Therefore, although a non-surgical rhinoplasty cannot make the nose physically smaller, changing the shape of the nose can greatly improve the aesthetic quality of the nose, giving the illusion of a smaller and more balanced appearance. Read more…
A skin peel, or chemical peel, is a treatment that involves applying a chemical solution to the skin which causes trauma to the outer layer of skin cells causing it to peel away. The treatment encourages new skin cell growth and stimulates collagen formation which leading to fresh healthy skin layers. Removing the damaged outer layer together with the formation of new skin layers leads to a brighter, healthier and clearer skin giving you a more youthful appearance. Read more…
What are tear trough hollows?
Tear troughs are depressions that run down from the inner eye corner to the upper cheek. This hollowness causes unflattering dark shadows underneath the eyes and makes you look tired despite a refreshing night’s sleep.
What causes tear troughs?
As we age our skin produces less collagen and elastin and this results in the thining of the skin. The skin also produces less hyaluronic acid as we become older which gives rise to the development of fine lines and wrinkles. Another factor that plays a role in the formation of tear trough hollows is loss of fat volume. Underneath the lower eyelid there is a collection of fat compartments that normally raise the skin overlying the area but through the ageing process these compartments lose their volume leaving the area appear sunken.
How do you treat tear troughs?
At Restora, we use Hyaluronic Acid fillers to treat tear trough hollows. Using a blunt tip microcannula, the filler is injected carefully over the orbital bone to restore the volume lost during the ageing process which will immediately rejuvenate the face. Read more…