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From a health point of view, to aid a speedy recovery, it is advisable to eat well in the weeks leading up to your procedure. We recommend a low salt diet. You should aim to stop drinking alcohol and cease smoking at least two weeks Read more
Christmas is over and 2019 is upon us. We indulged and enjoyed the spoils now it’s time to get back into a healthy lifestyle. Whilst many of us make new year’s resolutions to start a diet, go to the gym, or eat better many of those plans fall by the wayside come late January.
We are very picky with the skincare we stock at Silkwood. Over the years we have stocked many different ranges but are always on the look out for something that suits our customers needs. For the past few years we have had our own branded skincare which we believe delivers fantastic results for our clients.
Many patients come for consultations expecting a magic wand to banish all their skin problems. Often, they have many concerns and would like one laser or treatment to treat them. This is not always possible, though it is understandable to think this way.
In every workplace we are expected to follow rules and regulations to keep us safe. Workplace health and safety is an area where we must all comply so that we maintain a safe working environment for ourselves and others. If we do this in everyday Read more
During consultations some common question we get asked are: What will I look like? How much improvement will I expect to get? What percentage of improvement will I see? Whilst these are all valid questions, the reality is we cannot always predict the results you will get.
It’s time to review and renew your skincare regime
It’s getting towards that time of year, the sun’s starting to fade, the days are getting shorter and we’re starting to think about adding layers in preparation for winter. Our skin has been fighting the elements, sun, sea, not to mention the extra cold air condition causing dehydration.