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The Steps To Take For Younger-Looking Eyes – Dr. Sibthorpe featured in Sheerluxe

Take A Preventative Approach

“If signs of ageing around the eyes are really bothering you, dermal fillers remain the best treatment on the market,” advises aesthetic doctor Dr Richard Sibthorpe. “It helps to boost volume in areas that can begin to look hollow and sallow, while botox works to minimise the appearance of crow’s feet and small wrinkles around the eyes. That said, in order to get this right, you need to ensure you’re doing your research and seeing the best in the business. Make sure you’re seeing someone – ideally – that’s a member of BCAM, the British College of Aesthetic Doctors. Find someone who has experience and good reviews, and perhaps better still, find someone they’ve done work on before, so you can physically see the results.”

This article first appeared on Sheerluxe.

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