The non-surgical treatment guide for brides-to-be

31 May 2016

Body worries that you want to tackle before your wedding day? This non-surgical treatment guide offers options to suit everybody

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One of the biggest advantages of being a bride-to-be is owning the right to truly pamper yourself – but what other treatments are available beyond manicures and false lashes?

Surgical and non-surgical cosmetic treatment provider, Transform, have developed an easy to use non-surgical treatment guide that allows not only brides – but grooms and the rest of the wedding party – the option to treat problem areas prior to the big day.

Lines and wrinkles

For those who have always wanted to tackle visible lines and wrinkles on the face, there are a number of options available. Those over 35 years should opt for a skin tightening treatment such as EndyMed, designed to painlessly plump and redefine the shape of your face and neck. For those who are younger and in need of a more subtle lift, a chemical facial peels removes any dead cells from the skin’s surface leaving it smooth, healthy and rejuvenated. 

Unwanted fat

For brides looking to slim down before the event, CoolSculpt, commonly referred to as non-surgical lipo, targets stubborn pockets of fat in areas such as the stomach, upper back, lower back and thighs, perfect for those whose dresses show a little more flesh. The treatment also works for those who may have already done a great job at trimming down their waistline, but would still like the skin around these weight loss areas to appear tighter and firmer.


Sagging skin

Ultherapy skin lifting is a non-invasive treatment that uses focused ultrasound energy to lift and tighten the skin. It works by bypassing the surface of the skin to deliver the right amount of ultrasound energy at the right depths and temperature to stimulate collagen growth. Patients can achieve younger looking skin in just one treatment and it’s perfect if you don’t desire surgery, but want to lift and tighten the skin on your neck, chin and brow.

Excessive sweating

Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, is caused by over-activity in the sweat glands which can produce sweat in greater amounts than the body requires. Though not an openly talked about topic, it is something many men and women suffer from and can cause daily embarrassment, especially for those who suffer and are worried about potential nerves on their wedding day. Botox is used as an effective treatment against excessive sweating; common areas to treat include the armpits or hands. Botox is injected into sweat glands to block the nerve impulses that cause your body to sweat without affecting other nerve functions. It is recommended that patients opt for the treatment at 10 days before their special occasion to benefit from its full effects.

Excessive hair

If you want to feel smooth and be hair free on your wedding day, it’s best to prepare as early as possible. Laser hair removal is a highly effective (and cost effective) long-term solution for unwanted body hair. Although the most common areas for the treatment is the face, legs, underarm and bikini area, the procedure can remove hair from virtually any part of the body.  With hardly any recovery time, it’s something every bride can consider. 

To view more service options from the non-surgical treatment guide, visit the Transform website.

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