The gurus at Vogue have spoken and it’s official – skin is in.

Well, skin is forever in, but this season it’s all about the prep. So rather than reaching for a host of heavy foundations, concealers and powders, make-up artists are instead spending time layering moisturisers, primers and strobe creams to give a truly healthy radiance to models’ complexion.

But there is an easier way to get a fashion-forward look – and at The Clinic on the Lisburn Road, Jackie Donnelly has the answer.

Epionce Skin Peels

Want fresh skin now? Chemical peels are used to improve the skin’s appearance by applying a chemical solution to the skin, causing the superficial dead layers of skin to separate, peel off and to stimulate the production of new healthy cells. This means your new skin looks brighter and fresher with a dreamy, soft-focus glow – meaning you can worry less about the makeup, moisturisers and primers and just radiate.

Dermal Fillers

Whilst fillers can sound a bit scary, they really aren’t. This non-invasive treatment sees tiny amounts of hyaluronic acid injected in to the skin, to help plump up and smooth out the skin. Lines and wrinkles are diminished, there is a noticeable difference in skin suppleness and your bare-faced confidence increases. Safe and long lasting, dermal fillers will give a lift to your skin that will last into the next season.

Anti-Wrinkle Injections

Think you need something a little more? Anti-wrinkle injections could be the answer. The Clinic’s experienced aesthetic practitioner Deborah Elwiss-McNally has over 25 years of industry knowledge and knows the exact points of the face to place the anti-wrinkle injections. Known for reducing fine lines and wrinkles, this treatment will leave you looking fresh-faced and feeling fine.

The Clinic offers a full range of treatments for all body and skin types and issues. All procedures are administered by a fully qualified aesthetic practitioner. Prior to any treatment, the experienced team at The Clinic will discuss the process and talk through any questions or concerns you might have.