How will the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic impact non-surgical facial rejuvenation and body sculpting treatments?
Which beauty trends might surge in importance, which treatment might the UK’s leading cosmetic doctors find themselves carrying out with increased regularity?
Several leading publications have been pondering these pressing questions and many have turned to Dr. Nyla for her expert opinion.
The Daily Telegraph ran a feature on ‘Zoom chin’ – this a fear that the chin has become a sign of ageing as we spend half our days on video conference calls.
An area of the face perhaps not focused on previously is now always in shot, especially if we get the angle of video from our phone or laptop slightly wrong. The chin can become the centre of focus, with any sagging or wrinkling obvious.
The Telegraph spoke to a number of experts from various professions, selecting Dr Nyla as the facial expert best-placed to offer a perspective.
In the article, she says: “how camera angles can specifically accentuate ‘chin cam’ and we’re seeing this translate onto our waitlist, with a flux of interest for treatment requests.
“Combination treatments such as CoolSculpting to eliminate stubborn fat and Juvederm Volux – an innovative filler to contour and sculpt the jawline complement each other to improve definition in the area.”
You can read the full article here.
A second Covid-19 related article, this time in Harper’s Bazaar, saw Dr Nyla asked to provide her expert opinion on whether the focus will shift to other areas off the face as we wear masks in public. With the bottom half of our face covered, will there be renewed focus on the eyes?
Dr. Nyla reveals that there are a number of reasons why the focus might be changing, these include the fact that without access to regular muscle relaxing treatments (such as Botox), many are finding that the wrinkles in their upper face are becoming more prominent. Allied to this, there has been a warm spring, and people have been out taking their daily exercise – their hour long walks to avoid going lockdown stir crazy.
For the future, she says: “Profhilo and Volite will become favourites to kick-start the skin’s collagen production and get the glow back.”
The full article in Harper’s Bazaar is available here.
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