Tuesday, May 28, 2019 | The West Australian
Swollen pouts and frozen foreheads are on their way out thanks to a rise in demand for more natural-looking cosmetic work, and better technology is making it possible. Tweakments — subtle treatments that are hard to detect and require minimal downtime — are tipped to be the biggest trend in beauty this year.
In fact, there’s a good chance it’s the secret weapon of age-defying celebrities, such as Jennifer Aniston. Unlike her Friends co-star Courtney Cox, who made headlines in 2017 when she admitted to dissolving all her facial fillers because she no longer looked like herself, Aniston has maintained a youthful glow that has been put down to great genetics.
But Perth doctor Andrew Clark, recognised as one of the world’s Top 100 Global Aesthetic Leaders by MyFaceMyBody, says he doubts that seemingly ageless celebrities could credit good genes alone for their appearance.
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Page 46 | The West Australian
“Our most common complaints during winter are dryness and dehydration of the skin,” says Dr Andrew Clark, medical director at Mira Clinic. The cooler, dryer months, combined with time spent in front of heaters makes a significant difference to how our skin looks and feels, plus it takes a little effort to stay in tip-top condition and we find clients often struggle with this.”
Woman’s Day Australia
Read about Reality TV Star Carole Bramston’s non-surgical makeover at MIRA Clinic, including a thread lift, fillers and anti-wrinkle injections, and how it has given her a new lease on life.
Issue 77, Page 72 | CosBeauty Magazine
“In my experience, there is no easier way to restore the luminance and texture of the skin.” Read Dr Clark’s interview discussing the Beauty Booster treatment, a procedure involving micro-injections of amino acids, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, stimulating collagen production, regenerating and nourishing the skin.
Sunday, July 16, 2017
Page 44 | The Sunday Times
Read Dr Clark talk about the increasing demand for non-surgical procedures, how the industry has achieved more natural looking results over the years, and see the “Fresh Face Tool Kit” he recommends for his patients to maintain their looks. Hear from House Rules runner up, and MIRA Clinic client, Carole Bramston.
Issue 10, Page 104 | Aesthetic Medical Practitioner Magazine
This article is about a new generation biostimulating product, which offers deep tissue filling to overall volume replacement – providing the instant gratification of a filler but with longer term outcomes. Dr Clark uses this treatment in combination with a range of others, commonly to volumise the face.
Sunday, December 4, 2016
Page 16 | Perth Now Newspaper
Read Dr Andrew Clark’s interview with Perth Now, where he discusses the rise in popularity of non-surgical cosmetic procedures, and how changing norms have made the industry more accessible to more women across a greater age bracket.
Channel 7 | Today Tonight
Watch Today Tonight feature Carole Bramston’s MIRA Clinic experience with double chin dissolving injections. “For the first time we can get dramatic results under the chin and jawline without surgery”, says Dr Clark.
Volume 9, Page 2 | The Asian Aesthetic Guide
Our very own Dr Clark’s results were featured in The Asian Aesthetic Guide 2015. See the image of our client before and after 1ml per side of the long-lasting collagen stimulating dermal filler treatment.