Royal Weddings Laser Skin Treatment
Dr Ross Perry Featured in Hello Magazine
Hello magazine explored what beauty treatments royals may have had to prepare for the big day, from Diana and Sarah to Kate, Meghan and Eugenie.
Expert skin treatment providers gave their insight and opinion.
The article’s title:
“Bridal beauty treatments: Everything Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton and more had done”
Writer Bridie Wilkins explained:
“Royal weddings are, by proxy, viewed by billions of people across the world, and so it makes sense that the brides want to look and feel their best. Everyone from Meghan Markle to Kate Middleton called upon a trusted team of facialists, nail technicians, fitness trainers and more for their big days, and here’s exactly what they did for them…”
Laser Skin Treatment
Expert Advice from Dr Ross Perry
Hello asked Dr Ross Perry how Princess Eugenie achieved ‘glass skin’ on her wedding day – a crystal-clear effect derived from a meticulous skincare routine.
Dr Ross Perry explained that Eugenie had probably had regular laser sessions to boost the condition of her skin:
“This kind of treatment actively targets and treats lines, wrinkles and sun damage for fresher, tighter skin without surgery or injections.”
Laser treatment is an excellent way to improve natural beauty as it boosts the skin’s condition from within.
Seems this runs in the family, as Eugenie’s mother Sarah Ferguson the Duchess of York has previously told HELLO! that she had used BOTOX anti-wrinkle injections in the past, but now has laser facelifts to keep her skin in good condition.
London laser treatment
Cosmedics Skin Clinics offers laser skin treatment at its Harley Street and Putney skin clinics using the advanced Harmony XL Pro system. Treatments are ‘doctor-led’, so they are carried out by medically qualified doctors, rather than therapists or beauticians. The ClearLift treatment uses laser to rejuvenate the skin, lifting and smoothing the appearance as well as promoting more even skin tone.
Cosmedics Skin clinics offers a wide range of treatments. Find out more about the options available:
Royal Wedding Beauty Secrets
Other royal weddings were also explored in the feature.
HELLO! said that Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, was understood to have had bee venom facial as well as regular hair conditioning treatments, manicure and fake tan. Meghan is said to have had facials while Princess Diana had blonde highlights and eyelash tinting.
Read the article in full at https://www.hellomagazine.com/brides/2020102799782/royal-wedding-beauty-treatments-revealed/
Cosmedics Skin Clinics
Cosmedics Skin Clinics was established in 2003. Cosmetic and medical skin treatments are carried out by specially trained team of doctors and surgeons.
The company offer a full range of cosmetic treatments using top brand products, as well as medical and minor surgery skin treatments including mole removal, cysts, warts and skin tags; plus treatment of conditions such as varicose veins, carpal tunnel and haemorrhoids.
The company has 5 clinics in London plus one in Bristol and work to a high clinical and aesthetic standard.
Call 020 7386 0464 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment.
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