Dr Sobia in Hood magazine

Dr Sobia in Hood magazine

Dr Sobia speaks to Hood magazine about skin health and how to care for various skin issues. Read the full article in the November issue of Hood, available to read online...

Dr Rosy in Hood

Dr Rosy in Hood

Dr Rosy discusses intimate healthcare with Hood magazine. Read the full article...

Dr Nestor in Hood

Dr Nestor in Hood

Dr Nestor speaks to Hood magazine about undergoing aesthetic procedures for the first time, and what novice patients can expect injectables or skin health treatments to feel like. Read the full article...

Dr Nestor in Scottish Field

Dr Nestor in Scottish Field

 Dr Nestor speaks to Scottish Field about what first-time patients should expect from aesthetic procedures. Read the full article here....

IN THE PRESS: Dr Nestor on Mail Online

Dr Nestor shares his expert advice on hair restoration procedures, on this feature with the Mail Online discussing Prince William's bold new look. Read more...

Dr Rosy Speaks to Sally Akins

Dr Rosy Fazzi speaks to lifestyle blogger Sally Akins about handling the menopause, particularly in the festive season. Read the full post...

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Did you know that Botox® isn't just used for the face? Botulinum toxin (brand name Botox ®) can be used for a wide variety of medical reasons, including treating the symptoms of hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

The treatment works by blocking the chemical signals in the nerves that lead to sweating, effectively switching off the sweat glands where the treatment is injected. Research shows that this treatment can offer patients an average 82-87% decrease in sweating; some may achieve total dryness whilst others achieve a significant reduction, making daily life easier and increasing your confidence and self-esteem when you need it most.

You can ask your GP about treatments or attend clinic to find out if this treatment is appropriate for you.
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