Author: Dr Toro Ogundoyin

Pregnancy can cause significant changes in the skin, so when everything is changing and you're not feeling as confident in your skin, you want to know how to treat your skin safely. Whether you are unsure which ingredients and treatments are suitable or need advice on what to avoid, our doctor-led team at Lumea Aesthetics...

Peels are a popular complement to other treatments and a good skincare routine for good reason, offering a simple, easy and needle-free way to rejuvenate the skin. There are a number of types to address various skin concerns but they all essentially slough off tired, dull skin cells to stimulate fresh healthy skin, allowing for...

Peels are a popular complement to other treatments and a good skincare routine for good reason, offering a simple, easy and needle-free way to rejuvenate the skin. There are a number of types to address various skin concerns but they all essentially slough off tired, dull skin cells to stimulate fresh healthy skin, allowing for...

The medical technology of intravenous therapy – i.e. injecting fluids directly into the body via a needle – has been around for a long while, from the middle ages when the first rudimentary blood transfusions were developed. Several hundred years later and the IV drip is a quintessential part of every hospital scene, but more...

The world of aesthetics can get a little confusing when it comes to the names and types of all the different treatments on offer. Those new to an aesthetic clinic or still deciding what might work for them have likely heard of anti-wrinkle injections and Botox, but might be unsure of the difference or exactly...

At the core of a healthy lifestyle is a complex harmony of vitamins and minerals that work hard beneath the surface keeping the many functions and processes of your body running smoothly. But sometimes with a hectic lifestyle, intense training regime or restricted diet, they might need a little helping hand. ...