Sabrina’s style: Array Aesthetics

  We live in such an image obsessed culture that the idea of growing old gracefully has well and truly been thrown out the window. With the ever growing popularity of non-surgical cosmetic procedures hitting this side of the Atlantic more and more beauticians are offering anti-aging treatments and new specialised clinics are popping up all over Northern Ireland.

The latest clinic to open in Belfast city centre is ‘Array Aesthetics’. The clinic, which specialises in Botox, Derrmal Fillers and Chemical peels, is located in the historic Scottish Provident Building at City Hall and promises to offer customers both a very professional and personal experience.

  
Everything about the clinic is very grand; on arrival you’re greeted with red ropes and a majestic chandelier before taking the elevator up to the first floor to a beautifully tiled corridor and a roof terrace waiting area. The treatment room is, as expected clinical, but modern and oddly welcoming. Forget Belfast you literally could be in New York. The best part the Scottish Provident building is filled with several businesses and offices so if you want Botox but want to keep it your little secret this location is perfect for you!

The clinics main focus is Dermal Fillers and Botox. Dermal fillers are volume enhancing treatments, made from Hyaluronic Acid, designed to ‘reduce facial lines ad wrinkles and to restore plumpness and volume to the lips and cheeks, redefining the shape of your face.’ The treatment normally takes 20-30 minutes, lasts from 6 – 18 months and start at £300.00. Botox is a protein used to relax muscles for the treatment of wrinkles. The procedure takes 30 minutes at most, lasts 3-4 months at a time and prices begin at £180.00. Array ‘strive to maintain a ‘natural look’ and employ advanced techniques to avoid the infamous ‘frozen’ look when applying Botox.
All procedures in Array Aesthetics are performed by fully trained medical doctors. If you aren’t sure what treatment you’d like or what you need you will be provided with a full consultation by one of Arrays doctors before you receive any treatments.

For more information on Array Aesthetics or to book a consultation visit www.arrayaesthetics.com or call the clinic on 028 90918897.

Sabrina Egerton
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Post Author: Belfast Times

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