One of Newcastle’s leading medical aesthetics clinics, Paragon Aesthetics has expanded its services to meet the needs of its growing patient count.

Due to popular demand over the last 12 months, Paragon Aesthetics has achieved a 54 per cent increase in their patient database and has added a total of 14 new treatments to their existing range.

Most recently the clinic, twice shortlisted Best Clinic North England based in Ouseburn and led by Medical Aesthetic Practitioner of the Year finalist Dr Eleanor Reid, has invested in cutting-edge machinery to offer new skin-based treatments.

The new skin-based treatments include 3D Dermaforce radiofrequency microneedling, dubbed the non-surgical face lift and the 3D HydrO2 Facial – hailed as the ultimate five-star facial that benefits from seven different treatment functions.

The clinic has also invested in its injectable offer to provide Ellansé, the collagen stimulating filler that can last upwards of two years, anti-ageing bio stimulant, Nucleofill which combats fine lines and sagging skin, and all-natural mesotherapy treatment, Light Eyes Ultra to tackle concerns relating to dark circles around the eyes.

Speaking on the new additions, Dr Reid said: “Our approach to creating a treatment plan for patients is that no one size fits all, our treatment plans are completely bespoke and tailored to each individual’s concerns.”

“Our new treatments tackle a range of different concerns including signs of ageing, dullness, acne, pigmentation and skin elasticity. We are dedicated in providing the highest quality treatments at Paragon Aesthetics, so we are proud to be one of the very few clinics in the region to house both machines and offer such a wide range of injectable procedures.”

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