Unhappy With Your Eyes And Brows?
Say goodbye to heavy hoods with Ultherapy’s brow and eye lift at RENEW AESTHETIC CLINIC.
The skin naturally changes as you age. This is par for the course, what’s important is that you still feel like the best version of yourself. And when it comes to the delicate skin around the eyes and eyebrows, some are more self-conscious than others at visible differences that may occur. Most people consider an eyelid or brow lift for cosmetic reasons, but drooping skin in the eye area is sometimes more than an aesthetic concern; it could impact on your vision day-to-day, depending on its severity.
So if you haven’t already heard, we have won IMAGE Magazine Business of Beauty Awards 2017 for Best Skin Clinic last month and we are still a little bit in shock and need to pinch ourselves every single day!
07 03 2017
Registered nurses and co-owners of Renew Aesthetic Clinic, Sinead Gallagher and Jeanette Dunne take the Business & Finance 60-second challenge.
Q. What was your first job?
SG: I worked cleaning the toilets in a fair ground for the summer in Antibes in the south of France, not very glamorous but these are the things you do when you need work!
JD: A Saturday girl in Dunnes Stores.
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Procedures: Ultherapy and IPL
“My motto is no injections and no knives, so I chose Ultherapy, which is an ultrasound with a higher frequency that is applied to the face. It makes your body produce its own collagen to the level it would have done naturally when you were in your 20s. I get it done in Renew Clinic, and I like that it’s non-invasive and natural, and one session lasts for almost two years .
03 03 2017
micro peel vs microdermabrasion
do you really know the difference?
Words by Tanya Grimson
February 28th, 2017
There is always a lot of talk surrounding skin peels and microdermabrasion when it comes to beauty but there is also a degree of confusion in regards to what both treatments actually entail. This is accompanied by trepidation and fear stemming from the word ‘peel’, as flashbacks of Samantha in Sex and the City with her burning skin come to the fore of your mind. Does beauty really come at such a price? With that in mind, we figured the only way to find out the real truth behind the processes was to try them out for ourselves and see if these processes are something we should approach with caution or if they have been harshly judged without real substance. And of course, what really is the difference between the peel and microdermabrasion?
Not wanting to opt for any beauty boutique, we decided to work with Renew Clinic due to the calming fact that the founders and technicians are registered medical nurses who know what they are doing. Note of advice, never ever proceed with an unregistered practitioner without medical expertise, even if they have a good deal on, as this could ultimately result in your loss as you rectify whatever damage may have been done to your skin. So, myself and maven46 co-founder, Agata (who I have to admit was little braver than me) decided to test both treatments and compare the processes and results so you too can have a real life experience of the truths, the myths and the reality.
20 01 2017
Facial peels in Dublin that won’t leave you red-faced
Facial peels aren’t as scary as they sound. If you have that Sex and the City scene in your mind, the one where Samantha’s face resembles a disintegrating tomato, you need a little updating.
Peels these days come in varying strengths and can be personalised to your skin’s needs. They work by chemically exfoliating the first few layers of your skin, and revealing the younger skin beneath. Fine lines and pigmentation exist on these few layers, so you remove a few of those too (if you that is something that matters to you).
Jeanette from Renew was interviewed by the Sunday Independent in regards to the use of Lip Filler. Click here to read the full article.
Jeanette Dunne is the co-owner of Renew Aesthetic Clinic and a registered nurse. While beauty is her business, she says she must have a genuine reason to put filler in someone’s face. “It’s a moral obligation. If a young girl comes in with full and proportionate lips, I won’t fill them.”
Dunne is also concerned that we’ve yet to see the long-term implications of over-filling lips at a young age. “It could have an impact on the tissue, there are a lot of sensory nerves around the mouth.
“When someone comes in to me, I tell them about the things that can happen, from a blocked artery to an allergic reaction or necrosis of the tissue. This is rare, but it can happen, especially if the product is in inexperienced hands.”