Miss Sherina Balaratnam featured in The Times “Future of Skincare” supplementJune 16, 2015 2:41 pm
S-Thetics medical director, Miss Sherina Balaratnam, was featured in The Times newspaper Raconteur “Future of Skincare” supplement recently. Featuring a Q&A on facial fillers and a wider look at some of the key trends and innovations in the skincare market:
Dermal fillers are a non-permanent cosmetic injectable treatment which can effectively treat some of the deeper underlying signs of ageing, such as:
- loss of facial volume
- lines and wrinkles
- jawline sagging
- loss of lip definition and volume
They can help to smooth the key signs of ageing by restoring lost hydration and improving the skin’s volume, structure and texture.
Miss Balaratnam is well known for her ‘less is more’ approach to facial enhancement – her aim is to respect the individuality of your face, whilst helping to enhance your features to restore balance and harmony. The desired result is a healthy, refreshed glow – like after a good night’s sleep or a holiday – not to dramatically change the way you look.
Miss Balaratnam has been awarded the prestigious title of “Local Country Ambassador” (LCA) for Allergan, the manufacturers of Botox® and the Juvederm® Ultra range of fillers.
As one of only a handful of expert UK practitioners selected as an LCA, she regularly trains and mentors other health care professionals in non-surgical cosmetic rejuvenation treatments and injection techniques and is actively involved in training programmes both within the UK as well as internationally.
As a doctor and qualified surgeon with over 16 years medical experience, Miss Balaratnam has trained in plastic surgery for 6 years and has devoted the last 8 years of her medical career to specialising in the latest non-surgical cosmetic treatment innovations.
To book your consultation with Miss Sherina Balaratnam to find out how dermal fillers could help you, please contact our team on:
S-Thetics Medical Aesthetic Clinic, Beaconsfield t. 01494 670990Click here to go back to the blog