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Home-use Devices

This is my pick of the beauty devices that you can use at home. They offer gentler versions of the same technology that you will find in salon and clinic treatments, from laser to radiofrequency. Which one might suit you? Take a look.

Dermalux Flex MD

BUY A DERMALUX FLEX THIS WEEK AND RECEIVE A GIFT CARD FOR £100!* Alice says “I tried the Dermalux Flex at home during lockdown in…

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Dermalux Flex MD

BUY A DERMALUX FLEX THIS WEEK AND RECEIVE A GIFT CARD FOR £100!* Alice says “I tried the Dermalux Flex at home during lockdown in…

£1914.00Buy Now
FOREO LUNA 3 Facial Cleansing Brush

This is the Luna 3, the latest cleansing brush from Foreo and it’s brilliant. Its main trick is that, using vibration and its silicone…

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The Fix is a good quick fix – hence the name. In professional treatments, after the first 40 minutes of toning with high levels of…

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NuFACE Mini Facial Toning Device

Running low-level microcurrents through the face improves the circulation, helps reduce fine lines and, by tweaking and toning the face…

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NuFACE Trinity Facial Toning Device

This is the NuFace Trinity which tones and tightens the muscles in the face using low-level electrical microcurrents. Before you even ask,…

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PMD Kiss lip plumping system

This compact device uses a pulsating vacuum to apply a suction force to your lips, which makes them swell. It’s like a kinder, electronic…

£89.00Buy Now
Sensica Sensilift

This innovative anti-ageing device uses radiofrequency energy with an added massaging motion to firm and tighten the skin and soften the…

£279.00Buy Now
TriPollar STOP Facial Skin Renewal

This is a neat little device for firming and tightening the skin, which uses radiofrequency energy to create a kind of

£120.00Buy Now


Double Chin

If you have a bit of double chin and you’re not happy about it, what can you do? What causes a double chin in the first place? Don’t…

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Drooping Nose Tip

As the name suggests, this is when the tip or point of your nose droops down. In medicine, this is called nasal ptosis. You’ll also…

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Gummy Smile

A “gummy smile” is the colloquial term used to describe an excessive exposure of the gums when you smile. In medical terms this is…

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Hollow Eyes

Hollow eyes, also known as sunken eyes, are when the under-eye skin appears dark and sunken, the socket appears large, and the eyes appear…

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It’s hard to find anyone who loves their jowls or welcomes these floppy, wobbly additions when they manifest. I get more questions about…

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Loss of Volume

When we are young our skin is plump and our cheekbones are more defined and sculpted but, as we age, we begin to lose volume in our face.…

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Nose-to-mouth Lines

Nose to mouth lines, also known as nasolabial folds or smile lines, are the creases that run from the corner of your nose to the top corner…

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Sagging Jawline

“Jowls” is the term used to describe the saggy skin that forms under the chin and jawline with age. It can make people look more sad…

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Uneven Bridge

When most people talk about the ‘bridge’ of the nose, they’re usually referring to the length of the nose if you look at it front-on.…

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Weak Chin

A weak or receding chin means there is less definition in your jawline and can make your face look out of proportion. As such, a

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