Pos­i­tive agers

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With this age­ing rev­o­lu­tion comes a new breed of con­sumer, says ap­pear­ance medicine prac­ti­tioner Dr Catherine Stone. The field of non­sur­gi­cal treat­ments is also chang­ing, with clients now look­ing to ‘age grace­fully’ rather than dra­mat­i­cally al­ter their ap­pear­ance. “A large num­ber of our clients are ‘pos­i­tive agers’ who want to en­hance their nat­u­ral beauty while still look­ing like them­selves – all with­out any­one notic­ing.” New tech­nol­ogy has also paved the way for skin re­ju­ve­na­tion fa­cials, which utilise laser to re­verse en­vi­ron­men­tal skin dam­age. “Util­is­ing the body’s nat­u­ral re­gen­er­a­tion process through laser skin resur­fac­ing treat­ments is a great way to im­prove skin con­fi­dence,” adds Glu­cina. A course of laser treat­ments can help stim­u­late the growth of new col­la­gen from the inside out, elim­i­nat­ing pig­men­ta­tion and red­ness, which can make you ap­pear older than you are.

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