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Plump up Your Cheeks with a Vitamin Fuelled Facelift

By Makeuptemple @makeuptemple
Harley Street’s Naturopath, Katrin Hempel of is now offering Vitamin based, non--surgical facelifts.  The all natural process is an advanced anti-aging technique (often called Aesthetic Mesotherapy) that helps to soften wrinkles and plumps up the skin with all natural products for a beautiful glowing complexion.
Injecting the skin with vitamins is a hugely popular alternative to Botox, with none of the nasty after effects such as ‘the frozen face’ - by feeding the skin only natural ingredients, the face looks lifted without an unnatural finish.
Angela from London, says: “Once I hit 40, after 2 kids, a lot of stress and an unhealthy diet, I noticed there were deeper lines on my face, the skin was sagging and I had uneven pigmentation. Surgical procedures seemed too radical and I was scared of the side-effects. When I heard of the natural facelift offered by Katrin I was immediately interested. I underwent a session of 4 treatments, and I was delighted that already after the very first session my skin looked so much plumper, toned and healthy! Now I get comments about how great my skin looks all the time, my wrinkles disappeared, my skin glows and I look and feel 10 years younger!”
For most of us the aging process of our skin starts in our twenties, with us being able to detect visible signs in our early thirties. It’s at this age that the skin produces less collagen and elastin and the skins ability to retain water declines and the oxygen content reduces considerably which is the major contributing factor to the skins wrinkles.
Other factors including exposure to sun and other environmental pollutants and toxins, as well as lifestyle choices, diet and genetic pre-disposition leads to formation of fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin and loss of tone.
Whether you are in your late twenties and are thinking of preventing signs of skin aging or in your thirties, forties or older, where you want to restore youth and vitality to your face and reduce the appearance of wrinkles – the Vitamin Facelift is an ideal way to achieve to plump up the skin naturally without surgery.
The benefits of Vitamin Fuelled Facelift include:
? Reduction of the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
? Hydrates and plumps the skin
? Reduces signs of sun damage
? Improves uneven skin tone
? Brightens overall complexion
? Tones sagging skin
? Removal of areas of fat deposits (e.g. double chin)
? Revitalises the whole face and neck
? Improves skin health
? May help to decrease pore size
Katrin Hempel of, is a Natural therapist and Natural Doctor with a background as a biomedical scientist, specializing in weightloss and anti-aging. Based in Harley Street and St Albans she offers non-surgical facelifts, natural cellulite therapy, acupuncture, Sanguinum weightloss programme and expert diet and nutrition advice. Katrin writes for national health publications on all topics concerning natural health, weight loss and anti aging.
Non surgical Facelift/Aesthetic Mesotherapy uses injections of natural remedies containing a mixture of hyaluronic acid, vitamins, anti-oxidants, trace minerals, amino acids and homeopathic products to stimulate collagen production, aid in drainage of excess lymphatic fluid (swellings and puffiness), increase cell turnover time and restore a youthful glow while also working to brighten your complexion and reducing pigmentation spots.
The needles that are used for the treatments are very thin and the remedies are injected just under the skin, where they will start to improve your skin health immediately.
Depending on the condition of your skin, usually a session of between 2-10 weekly sessions is recommended. Monthly maintenance afterwards may be recommended.
The treatment can be individually tailored according to your needs and what you would like to achieve.
After the treatment there may be temporary redness, slight swelling or mild bruising present, which usually clears on the same day, but can be covered with make-up immediately.
All prices and further information on
Treatment sessions take about 30 minutes.
£150.00 per session


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