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Dr Hayder Ria

Dr Hayder Ria is an established GP and clinical leader in Northwest London. He completed his medical degree from UCL with distinction in 2011 and qualified as a GP in 2016. Dr Ria has a passion for injectable cosmetic treatments and has established clinics in Ealing, Kensington and Harley Street. He has undertaken numerous advanced and master class training in wrinkle reduction and dermal filler treatments with various aesthetic specialists in London. He further developed his skills under the guidance of an established oral surgeon in Ealing, where he currently runs one of his clinics. He now combines the different injecting…

What is Tixel®

What is Tixel® Tixel® is a relatively new device which is used for skin rejuvenation. Launched in 2017 by the German company Novoxel GmbH it is based on Thermo-Mechanical Ablation (TMA) technology. This means it uses heat to create collagen production to enhance the appearance of the skin – reducing fine lines as well as deep wrinkles. It can also help reduce pigment spots and even the tone of the skin. It is suitable for use on the face, neck, decolletage, hand and around the eyes and, unlike laser or needling treatments, it can be used on the eyelid and tear trough…

Jett Plasma

 What is Jett Plasma Jett Plasma is state-of-the-art technology that’s used for skin tightening and non-surgical skin lifting. It is used for non-surgical eyelifts, eye bags, tightening skin on the neck and around the mouth, hand rejuvenation as well as mole, skin tag and wart removal. Unlike many of the other plasma devices on the market, the Jett Plasma pen uses a direct current (DC) rather than an alternating current (AC) which allows it ‘scan’ the skin as well as dot. This means it is more versatile, can be used over larger areas without creating as much damage and the…

Anti-wrinkle injections: what to expect

What is it?  Botox is a prescription only medication made from a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum – the toxin that causes botulism, a form of severe food poisoning. For medical purposes the toxin is modified and used to treat a variety of different conditions includinghyperhidrosis (severe underarms sweating), blepharospasm (uncontrollable blinking), chronic migraine, overactive bladder and cervical dystonia (severe neck and shoulder contractions.) As it acts as a muscle relaxant it is also widely used in the cosmetic industry to temporarily smooth out lines and wrinkles, usually on the forehead or around the eyes. Botox, the most commonly known drug…