Welivere Aesthetics Clinic & Professional Skin Spa

Welivere Aesthetics Clinic & Professional Skin Spa

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Aesthetic Treatments

Surgery is not the only answer to improving the effects of ageing on the face, neck, décolletage and the back of the hands. There is a full range of both injectable – and for those who do not like needles – non-injectable, advanced and award-winning treatments.

At Welivere Aesthetics Clinic & Professional Skin Spa in Cleveleys, Lancashire, we will help you turn back and delay signs of ageing. Understanding how the ageing process creates the changes you see will help you choose your treatments, a 1:1 consultation is about you and for you.

My aim is to help you relax, and to choose treatments that suit you, to feel the best you can feel and look great. 

Achieving the best outcome can mean combining treatments, so that you don't only stop muscles from creating lines and wrinkles, but that you restore volume and take care of the onset of any skin laxity.

How Ageing changes your face

We are all familiar with the onset of skin changes laxity, fine lines, loss of support in the face creating sagging. All of this come from your underlying structure and the changes to the skeleton, muscle size, ligaments, fat pads and skin tension

PDO Beauty Threadlift

Very fine threads are placed under the skin very superficially, in a meshwork pattern. This process of collagen induction triggers a cascade of skin cell activity attracting cells that create new collagen. It takes two weeks to start growing new collagen and up to 12 weeks to start seeing the firmness and definition set in. With good diet and lifestyle the effect can be maintained for 1 - 3 years depending on age and skin-type and lifestyle.

Radiofrequency treatment, 2 mesotherapy treatments and 2 Dermalux treatments are part of the treatment package for treatments on the face, jaw, neck and decollete.

These are not COG threads which are placed and pulled physically lifting deeper tissues.

  • Mesotherapy 
This procedure involves microinjections of vitamins into the mesoderm (middle layer of the skin). It rejuvenates and nourishes the skin, providing it with elements in the skin that are the pillars of strong, hydrated health skin such as hyaluronic acid and growth factors.
There is a no needle mesotherapy using Mesotech electroporation a medically proven technique, of creating pores in skin cells, to allow ingredients applied onto the skin, to enter the cells. 

  • Botulinum Toxin 

Botulinum toxin is injected into the muscles to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. The muscles are relaxed, resulting in the smoothing of the skin.

  • Dermal Fillers 

Fillers smooth out creases in the skin and make thin lips look plumper. They are also used to even out certain problem areas such as hollow under eyes.

  • Skin-Tightening 

This procedure tightens loose skin for a more youthful look. It also reduces the appearance of wrinkles. These treatments include; Dermalux LED and Radiofrequency as well as regular use of skin products I can recommend.

  • Acne and Rosacea Treatments

Treatments vary depending on your case. Options include gels, lotions, creams and Peels using the bespoke Ennerpeel skin remodelling treatments or Peels, a course is usually required, although for a special occasion, you can have a one-off rejuvenating peel.

A Skin Consultation to assess your skin and classify Acne, Rosacea or other skin conditions is necessary to determine which option is appropriate for you. Often peel procedures need a few weeks of using appropriate products to prepare your skin for the peel

Choose the Right Practitioner

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), closely monitoring the aesthetic nursing practice, have currently advised that only nurses who are qualified in prescribing medicines can provide you with anti-wrinkle injections with a Botox™ product.

The NMC standards for medicines management and code of practice govern prescribing nurses to maintain high standards of safe and quality practice. It is important that you choose the right practitioner. For additional advice, please reach out to the Department of Health.