What are the most popular aesthetic treatments?

Another of Sophie's most popular treatments right now is the Hydrafacial. People can enjoy this shine giver on a regular basis, as it has no needles and no downtime. It consists of a lymphatic drainage massage, exfoliation using glycolic or salicylic acid solution, extraction, a burst of LED light to eliminate bacteria and increase collagen production and, finally, an “infusion” of serum to leave the skin soft and smooth. Customers are likely to enjoy this on a regular basis, so it's no surprise that they've missed their dose in the past few months and are eager to book.

When it comes to body treatments, lasers are also improving their game. The Emerald Laser claims to eliminate fat while you lie down. With the increase in alternatives to fat freezing treatments, thanks to Linda Evangelista's infamous experience with Coolsculpting, the emerald laser is becoming a popular choice. The device uses electromagnetic energy to make small temporary holes in fat cells, the fat is emulsified and then filtered.

Creatively using Botox can achieve a variety of desired results. Welcome to your skin checkup with Life %26 Style's resident health and beauty expert, Dr. Will Kirby, a renowned dermatologist and medical director of LaserAway. Each week, you'll pour out your candid thoughts and professional advice on everything skin, beauty and wellness as it relates to you and your favorite stars.

Although new to the world of aesthetics, Super PRP technology has been used medically for wound healing. At EF Future Health, the most medical arm of the London aesthetic clinic EF Medispa, liposuction is used to extract fat from areas where you won't lose it, such as your thighs, for example.