What men look for in cosmetic surgery

Out of the fifty thousand-plus cosmetic surgery procedures that happened last year, just over 4,000 of them were performed on men. And while that doesn’t sound much compare to female procedures, that’s over twice as many than a decade ago. Yes, men are getting wise to the benefits of cosmetic treatment – and what they’re looking for may surprise you as their expectations tend to differ from women’s. Here’s what they’re looking for: Fast treatment The vast majority of men are more concerned with non-surgical treatments that get them in and out as quickly as possible, with an even shorter recovery time. Body over face While the majority of cosmetic treatments requested by women are to do with the face, men are far interested in the body. Fat reduction and body contouring are the most popular. Subtlety is everything We’re all after a natural look after cosmetic enhancement, but men are...

Has Bill Clinton had work done?

With Hillary Clinton making a bid for President this year, we’re going to see a lot more of her husband up until November, and possibly beyond. And he’s suddenly looking pretty decent for his age – a lot better than before, in fact. So naturally, speculation is rife over the possibility that the former President has been getting familiar with his local cosmetic clinic. So great was the interest in the US that Hollywood Reporter got together with a selection of cosmetic surgeons to see what they had to say – and the overwhelming consensus? “Of course he has!” Benefits of a healthy diet? While Clinton has benefited from losing a lot of weight over the last decade – due to a vegan diet he embarked upon after his heart surgery – that weight loss has impacted upon his face, until recently. Now he has tighter, smoother skin and a...

Introducing SculpSure – the new enemy of stubborn fat

It’s an established (and depressing) fact that there are pockets of stubborn fat on our bodies that are extremely difficult to get rid of, no matter how many hours you put in at the gym. The reason for this is that while fats get broken down during exercise, they get dissipated throughout the body. In other words, you can target muscle development on whatever area you like, but you can’t target the fat in your least likable bits. What can be done about stubborn fat? There are many different things a cosmetic surgeon can do to help get rid of your fat build-up. Some are invasive, with all the usual procedures that surgical work entails. Newer techniques (such as CoolSculpting) freeze the fat away. But we’re happy to announce the introduction to our Mayfair aesthetic clinic of a brand new technique which requires no invasive work, very little treatment time,...