The Skin Nurse’s liquid facelifts can make you look years younger without surgery

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The Skin Nurse's liquid facelifts can make you look years younger without surgery


From the moment you arrive at The Skin Nurse clinic on the Clontarf seafront, Co. Dublin you are greeted with a relaxed and elegant ambiance. Nicola – a registered clinical nurse specialist – has gained advanced expertise in skin treatments. The clinic provides services such as mole mapping/skin check and solutions to resolve problem skin conditions, and anti-ageing treatments. “Skincare is my enduring passion,” says Nicola. “That passion inspires me to deliver a Gold Standard of care to my patients.”

What is a Liquid Facelift?

A liquid facelift involves injecting dermal fillers that restore facial fullness for a more youthful appearance. It stimulates your own collagen and can last up to 12 months. It differs from a surgical facelift in that it doesn’t involve cutting into the skin.



woman wrinkles face before and after procedures

Who would it suit?

This treatment is perfect for anyone complaining of looking tired, and who feels that their face is sagging. As we age the connective tissues in the skin break down. The fillers work by filling up space in the layers of the skin. This plumps it up to reduce the appearance of wrinkled and sagging skin. According to Nicola, patients want “to look fresh-faced as opposed to artificial”. Consultations are patient-centred and are all about “transformation on your own terms”.



woman face wrinkles after treatment, thread lifting

What to expect?

It takes approximately 30 minutes and results can be seen instantly but will continue to improve over the next six weeks as your own collagen production is stimulated. There is a risk of bruising, although rare, with minimal down time or pain.

Who is the Skin Nurse?

Nicola O’Byrne has more than 18 years’ experience working in the dermatology health sector. She is a founder member and former chairperson of DANAI (Dermatology Aesthetics Nurses Association Ireland – www.danai.ie) which brought together a fantastic group of dermatology nurses. As an advocate for patient safety, Nicola works to develop standards with the National Standards Authority Ireland (NSAI) to help regulate the area of non-surgical aesthetics. She says: “My ongoing education in dermatology and cosmeceuticals allows me to offer reliable and trustworthy treatment and product recommendations. I listen to and understand the needs of each and every one of my patients so that together, we achieve their desired outcomes.”

W: www.theskinnurse.ie

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