Though we treat an array of bodily concerns, some are more common than others, resulting in a range of highly sought-after and effective treatments.

Saggy Neck

Lines and wrinkles affect everyone, but in those with thin or dry skin, the skin of the neck can become crepey and saggy. The highly lined, delicate appearance of crepey skin can spread across the entire decolletage area, greatly exaggerating the appearance of ageing. At So Medical Aesthetics, we offer treatments that tighten, hydrate, and rejuvenate the skin of the neck, stimulating the production of collagen and elastin and restoring a more youthful appearance.

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Loose skin is often the product of lowering collagen and elastin production – something that happens as we age. Another cause is thin, dehydrated skin, which is more prone to the formation of lines and creases. Loose skin can be tackled in a number of ways, from drinkable collagen products such as Skinade to injectable skin boosters (Profhilo and Redensity1) which infuse the skin with hydration and amino acids. At So Medical Aesthetics, we offer treatments for both men and women that tackle loose bodily skin, softening the appearance of lines and wrinkles while hydrating the skin from within.

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We all have stubborn pockets of fat that are hard to get rid of, no matter how much we exercise or how healthily we eat. If fat reduction and skin tightening is required then HIFU treatment may be suitable. Alternatively, these localised pockets of fat can be treated directly through DesoBody – a state-of-the-art, industry leading treatment for dissolving pockets of fat that are resistant to normal methods of weight loss. Fat-dissolving injections can be used to target a wide array of areas, including:

  • Buttocks
  • Arms
  • Flanks
  • Inner knees
  • Abdomen
  • Thighs
  • Back (‘bra strap fat’)
  • Auxiliary puffs (underarm folds)

DesoBody is not a treatment for overall weight loss. The ideal candidate for this treatment follows a healthy lifestyle

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