BrightNewMe is a clinic based in Altrincham offering non-surgical cosmetic procedures for both men and women. BrightNewMe provides anti-wrinkle treatment for patients from Hale, Altrincham, Timperley, Sale, Bowdon, Cheshire, Manchester, Knutsford, Alderley Edge and Wilmslow.

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2018 London Injectables Masterclass

I was thrilled and honoured to be invited to a 2-day Masterclass in London in early March, hosted by Allergan, the manufacturers of Botox® and Juvederm® dermal fillers. I was especially lucky to be able to get there in the snow – 100 delegates (out of the 250 invited in the UK) had been unable to travel! This is the 6th time I have seen Mauricio de Maio, a Brazilian plastic surgeon recognised as THE leading injector of dermal fillers in the world. Mauricio has pioneered injection procedures – having invented the 8-Point Face Lift and refined the technique each […]

Paint Altrincham Pink

This week is ‘Paint Altrincham Pink’ week, in support of the excellent Prevent Breast Cancer charity. There’s a whole range of events going on locally, aimed at raising funds AND awareness of this charity, the only UK breast cancer charity funding research solely aimed at preventing the disease. I’m sure we all know somebody who has been affected by breast cancer. On a personal basis I have several close friends who fit into that category. And so we are delighted to join with fellow Altrincham businesses in taking part in the campaign. At BrightNewMe we are running a prize draw, […]

Top Myths About Injectables

I regularly have consultations with patients who are new to the world of injectables, and it becomes apparent that there are a number of generally held misconceptions. In this post I thought I would address the myths most commonly believed. 1. Myth: Botox and fillers work the same way. Not so – Botox (or botulinum toxin A to give it its full name) is a muscle-relaxant, weakening those specific muscles which cause frown lines to appear. Dermal fillers, on the other hand, contain a gel-like substance, which sits underneath the skin, to either add volume to the area or ‘fill’ […]

Five ways your moisturiser may be harming your skin

Many patients I see use moisturisers to try to stave off wrinkles and other signs of ageing. Frequently, however, I hear a complaint that they don’t work and that the skin feels dry and dull despite adhering to a strict moisturising regime, often with expensive products. Why do so many complain of sensitive skin, when the incidence of true allergy is much lower? Why do many people suffer from spots well beyond teenage years? It is easy to misdiagnose rough skin for dryness and then start to moisturise, whereas exfoliation is what the skin really needed. Read on to learn […]

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