Medical Cosmetic cover the areas of Bristol, Cheltenham and the Midlands our main clinic locations are:
Bute House, Bridge Road, Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire, GL2 7HA and Groundwell Farmhouse, Woodcutters Mews, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN25 4AU

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Treatment Categories


Broken Veins / Threadveins
Sclerotherapy is a simple procedure performed by our skilled medical practitioners, which involves injecting a solution into the vein using a micro-needle, thereby causing the vein to collapse and fade from view. It is a virtually painless treatment which has been shown to be the most successful treatment available today for these tiny blood vessels.

Cellulite, Fat Deposits
Cellulite is a popular term to describe fat deposits under the skin. It is characterized by a dimpled or orange-peel appearance due to structural changes underneath the skin's top layer.

Dark Circles/Sunken Eyes
As you age, your skin around your eyes loses its elasticity. This delicate area is very fine and if youre very slim, the sunken area around the orbit of the eye can make you look very tired and drained.

Decollete Lines
With so much focus on anti-aging skincare, why is it that we often overlook our decolletage, the most age revealing part of our bodies?

Eye Bags
As you age the skin around your eyes loses its elasticity. It happens to everyone to some extent but the effects may be more noticeable and pronounced for some people.

Eye Lines
Crows feet and crepey wrinkled lines under the eyes can be treated effectively with a course of Pixel laser treatments known as the Madonna Eye Lift.

Facial Laxity
Facial laxity and skin sagging become evident as we age, and people notice nasal labial folds running from the nose to the corner of the mouth, jowls along the jaw line, marionette lines running from the corner of the mouth down to the chin, and loose skin on the neck below the chin, often referred to as the turkey wattle, technically called platysmal banding.

Frown Lines, Crow's Feet
Frown lines are deep vertical folds that occur between the eyebrows as a result of frowning. Much like forehead lines, as we age these frown lines become more prominent. Elimination of frown lines leads to a more rested, approachable and fresh appearance.

Lines, Wrinkles, Lips
Over time, as we naturally age, overactive muscle movement gradually wears away the collagen in our skin, causing the skin to crease and wrinkles to appear.

Lip Lines
There is a spectrum of damage which can appear around the upper and lower lip related to smoking and sun damage.

Over Plucked / Faded Eyebrows
Eyebrows frame the face, giving expression, warmth and depth, and without them, women can feel uncomfortable about their looks. Unfortunately some of us have over plucked or have naturally sparse, pale brows or suffer total loss through alopecia or cancer.

Pale / Scarce Eye Lashes
Women will go to great lengths to get long, thick lashes. Never mind that eyelashes have a real purpose to protect our eyes from dust and foreign particles. Most women want long lashes that make them feel feminine and pretty. Unfortunately, lashes can get scarce as we get older.

Pigmentation
Common pigmentation problems include brown age spots known as lentigos, freckles known as ephelids, photo-damaged skin irregularities and hormonally induced melasma and chloasma which often follow a pregnancy.

Skin Quality
As we age, the levels of collagen in our skin decreases along with its regenerative process. As a result, the skin quality deteriorates and it becomes thin and wrinkled.

Stretch Marks
Stretch marks are narrow streaks or lines that develop on the surface of the skin. They can be caused during pregnancy, as a result of weight gain or due to growth spurts during puberty.

Thin Lips
Aging takes its toll on lips. Once were into our 30s and 40s, our lips, including the Vshaped area of the upper lips known as Cupids Bow, begin to thin and flatten. The angles of our mouth also begin to turn downward, giving us a slightly dour look. With the years also comes the formation of vertical lines around the lips. The more time youve spent out in the sun or smoking, the earlier these lines will appear.

Volume Loss
Volume is lost in many areas of the face as we get older. The areas that lose volume include; the cheeks, the brow, and the lips. As the cheeks sag and lose volume, they descend from their usual high position in the face near the eyes, to a lower position.

Wrinkled, Dehydrated Face / Hands
As we age our skin cells lose their ability to produce hyaluroinc acid, which is needed to hydrate the skin, keeping it firm, supple and looking healthy. The inevitable result of this is skin that is drier, thinner, and lacking in volume.


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