Amor Aesthetics

 Aesthetics with resident nurse Harriet Paul providing the latest treatments in beauty aesthetics.

As an experienced triage nurse, Harriet began training in facial aesthetics with the country's leading training centres before launching Amor Aesthetics. Training at Skin Viva, Facethetics for anti wrinkle injections and lip and cheek augmentation. Harriet is passionate about the latest celebrity treatments and bringing them to her clients across the Midlands including the celebrity favourite "Vampire Facial."

Aesthetic Menu

Anti wrinkle injections - 1 area £180 / 2 areas -£220 /  3 areas - £280

Dermal fillers - £150 per 0.5ml  / £250 per ml

 

At consultation we will discuss the best brand of dermal filler for your desired result with long lasting effects.

Tear troughs - £450

 

A specialised non-surgical aesthetic treatment to rejuvenate the tear troughs by replacing the lost volume under the eyes and improve the skin's hydration at the same time

Neck & Jaw lift - £220 per session (2 sessions advised)

A jaw and neck tightening procedure using bocouture injections.

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Facial - "Vampire Facial" - £200 or £500 for a course of 3

 

This aesthetic treatment is designed to improve the appearance of wrinkles, scars and stretch marks, improve the appearance of the under eye area, plump and volumise any area where someone might otherwise require dermal fillers, increase collagen production and restore a healthy glow to skin.

The facial involves extracting a vial of a patient's blood from their arm and spinning it in a centrifuge to separate the plasma - the fluid part - from the red and white blood cells. The concentrated plasma which contains , white blood cells, stem cells, glucose, proteins, lipids, albumin. which is rich in platelets - the part of the blood rich with growth factors - is then injected into the face.

To book your free consultation with Harriet directly, call 07507 699069

The proud creators of

THE TILAPIA COLLAGEN FACIAL

 

Tilapia scales were first used in the medical industry for bandages due to their high levels of type 1 & 3 collagen, which rapidly heal the skin.