The warmer months are upon us and that means that those bikini’s intentionally stashed at the back of your drawer need to be dusted off and presented to the rest of the world (cue ominous music). In preparation, the majority of us mere mortals purchase new running shoes, invest in the odd pilates class-pass and start, very reluctantly, to swap out our pizza slices for lettuce leafs. Whilst these measures can definitely help us achieve the body of our dreams, sometimes we need a little extra help.
Am I too young for wrinkle relaxers? Is it too early to start tackling my pigmentation? Am I too young for cosmetic treatments?
These are all too common questions we get asked by many of our clients in their twenties and thirties at MIRA Clinic.
There is a new double chin treatment that everyone is talking about. Dr Andrew was one of the first Doctors in Australia to be trained in the technique. Now that we have been doing the treatment for over 4 months we thought it would be a good chance to report back on how our clients have been going.
Injectables: You’ve likely heard the term sometime in your life—and probably have associated it with a “frozen face” or some other misconception. Most people don’t realise how common they are, or understand how they work.
This article will explain importance of sunscreen tips and list actions to prevent skin damages and serious skin conditions. Exposure to ultraviolet radiation is the number one cause of skin cancer. There are two kinds of UV radiation: Ultraviolet A and Ultraviolet B.
Please find 5 important tips to keep youthful skin:
1. Protection from the Sun
1. Stay out of the sun between 10 am and 4 pm as this is the time that the sun is the most intense.
2. Wear clothes to cover as much of your skin...