We’ve been speaking about AFA’s a lot recently. And we really hope that we are answering that all important question of #WhatIsAnAFA?
So far, we have looked at:
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Unlike our other treatments that are for specific outcomes and purposes, this unique consultation is suitable for everyone. Our clients leave with a treatment plan that is bespoke to them.
It can be tailored to any age, gender, occupation etc.
Our clinicians truly know and understand the difference between the face of a 25-year-old and the face of a 65-year-old. And those in between! (Just look at our gorgeous client Sonia above in her 40s!)
Everyone has a different psychology. However, there is a general pattern that shows what younger and older clients may want to achieve from a treatment.
Younger audiences tend to be driven by beautification purposes.
An AFA may reveal the reasons behind seeking treatment is to live up to role models such as Kylie Jenner who have certain look, beautifying the face to meet ‘ideal ratios’.
However, clients that are slightly older may want to focus on rejuvenation. For example, many come in saying that they feel that they look tired and not as awake as they used to be. An AFA can take this information and figure out which treatments would be best to suit that goal.
Of course, different people have different anatomies. Our clinicians understand that more than anyone. Factors such as age, gender etc will play a part in this.
Dr Tim explains this by saying:
‘The components under your skin; the fat pads, the muscles, the nerves, the veins, everything that shifts and change as you get older.’
Yet AFA’s can be conducted on anyone regardless of this.
This is because the scientific rules of beauty can be applied to everyone. It takes into consideration things such as proportion and aging to make sure your treatment plan will be perfect for you.
So – Who is an AFA for you ask?
To book an Advanced Facial Analysis with one of our clinicians, call the clinic on 0161 865 1141 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. The appointment will take around 40 minutes and you will come out with a treatment plan bespoke to you.