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This latest group of treatments is targeted for you guys out there who like to look and feel at the top of your game. As with all our treatments we want to make you feel awesome inside and out, so here are the top 3 that we think work well together. Laser Hair Removal for…

As the name suggests, forehead lines are, quite literally, prominent lines stretching across the entire width of the forehead. Commonly arising through age and significantly proven to get worse with increased expression of emotion, forehead lines can make you look sad, angry, stressed or tired even if you’re experiencing none of these feelings! Luckily, forehead…

As we age, the elastin and collagen around the cheeks and chin reduce, causing the skin to sag. The lines caused by this are known as Marionette lines, and can often produce a sad, miserable-looking expression. Here at The Doctors Laser Clinic, we use anti-wrinkle injections to successfully reduce the appearance of Marionette lines and…

  Crow’s feet are defined as the lines extending from the corners of your eyes. As we age, these lines become far more prominent and are heightened whenever we use expressions such as smiling or squinting. Crow’s feet are caused by the orbicularis muscle that surrounds the eye becoming contracted, dragging eyebrows down to the…

As the name suggests, nose to mouth folds are the lines that form between the corners of the nose and mouth. As we age, this fold can get significantly deeper, and our skin will gradually start to lose its natural volume and plumpness in this area. This is typically one of the first areas that…

Frown lines are categorised as lines that appear between the eyebrows. They become far more prominent when we frown, hence the name. The appearance of these lines can inadvertently make you look tired, stressed and constantly angry – even if you’re feeling very happy and content! Those who show a great deal of emotion and…

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