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Get your Christmas glow with Dr Andrew Kane

Dr Andrew Kane shares why he thinks skin boosters are the best way to hydrate our dry winter skin

Written by Rachael Nichol
Published 08.12.2021

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Winter is here, which means only one thing… it’s the season of dry and dull skin.

As the days grow darker and temperatures plummet, the winter weather draws moisture away from our skin and increases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles – not what we need with our Christmas parties just around the corner, right?

But thankfully, Dr Andrew Kane is here to the rescue. Bringing his expertise and wealth of experience working with the leading aesthetic experts in the country to the North East, who better to go to for advice than Dr Andrew?

We caught up with the mastermind himself, who makes all the moisturising magic happen inside his newly opened clinic in Jesmond, to find out how skin boosters can bring our winter skin back to life and give us that Christmas party glow…

But what are skin boosters, we hear you ask? Skin boosters are injectable treatments, that act like an injectable moisturiser, designed for deep skin hydration, leaving a plump, glowing appearance to the skin of the face, neck, chest and hands.

‘Skin boosters are designed to hydrate the skin giving it a long-lasting (approximately a year) all-over glow, reducing the appearance of fine lines and ageing skin,’ says Dr Andrew.

‘The injectable nature of the treatment ensures that the product can penetrate deeper than topical moisturisers or facial peels. They do not change the overall shape or appearance of the face, so the results are always very natural. Skin boosters can also be used to target specific troublesome areas such as smoker’s lines, necklace lines and vertical cheek lines – each of which can age the face.’

The injectable nature of the treatment ensures that the product can penetrate deeper than topical moisturisers or facial peels. They do not change the overall shape or appearance of the face, so the results are always very natural. Skin boosters can also be used to target specific troublesome areas such as smoker’s lines, necklace lines and vertical cheek lines – each of which can age the face.’

But with so many options of skin boosters out there, it’s hard to know what skin booster is right for you. As we all have our own unique skin type, Dr Andrew says it’s best to discuss your lifestyle, your desired results and your daily skincare routine with your aesthetic practitioner to make sure you get the perfect treatment for you.

Dr Andrew offers different types of skin boosters, including profhilo and Juvéderm

Volite. And the best part? The treatment is quick, relatively painless and downtime is minimal.

And good news! In December, Dr Andrew is offering a £100 discount off the popular skin booster profhilo, cutting the total price from £500 to £400.

If you would like to book a free consultation, visit the website or email info@drandrewkane.co.uk. 

Want to see some of his patient’s results? Follow Dr Andrew’s Instagram page.

The Fleming, Burdon Terrace, Jesmond, Newcastle, NE2 3AE.

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