Life in Bloom

Clinic dates

Hi there. Here are the dates for the up-coming BloomSkin Clinics, so book now to make sure you don’t miss out: Where: Whakatane  When: Every Tuesday (except for Jan 22). Book: Go to Bookings on our website. Where: Matamata  When: Thurs 14 Feb; Thurs 7 March. Book: www.beauty-salon-matamata.com Where: Tauranga. When: Contact me via email, …

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The master class.

Well, if you’ve been following along on social media, you will have seen that I was invited along with a very small and carefully selected group of cosmetic injectors, to attend a workshop in Singapore run by Galderma. This is a huge international company, which supplies a lot of the dermal filler products I use …

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Risk averse?

If you’re risk averse to appearance medicine treatments, you’re wise. We’ve seen the years of collagen, which required allergy testing before treatment as it was made from animal products. We’ve seen the Hollywood “freeze-frame” and “trout-pout” era. But looking at the number of injectors popping up around the place, it’s clear people are happy to …

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Are you in bloom?

As in, are you pregnant? Congratulations! So, many people ask me whether they can still have treatment if they are pregnant, or breastfeeding. You may recall this is one of the information questions I require from you during our consultation before I treat you. The answer is no to both, one cannot have Botox or …

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Wrinkles – be gone!

Say so long to wrinkles with subtle, tiny injections of Botox, or Dysport which are used to safely, and effectively relax the muscles that contract and bunch your skin, eventually forming deep static creases. People often ask me when to start having this treatment and the general rule of thumb is when the lines first …

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The chinny chin chin

I might have said this before, but so often people come to see me with concerns about their crows feet, forehead lines and lips. And they might have valid concerns too, which I can help out with: redefining the lip border, minimising and filling lines which have turned to deeper creases, adding volume to plump …

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Keeping it safe

Last week, Nicole attended the two day Advanced Comprehensive First Aid course which is a requirement for all registered nurses, whatever environment they practice in. This ensures they remain updated on the latest procedures required in the event of an emergency – both in their professional lives and in the community. Nicole is also trained …

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