Location: London, UK
Member since 9/28/2009


  • 7 total posts
  • 1 review
  • 2 questions

Reviews & Stories

Sub-q in Cheeks to Restore Lost Volume

Restylane Perlane sub-q to correct flat cheeks and slightly sunken eyes. Really happy with the results. It's quite painful, but only lasts for a few seconds. Some swelling for a few days after. 3 vials had so far. I've had Restylane Perlane sub-q in my cheeks (the apples), to restore volume lost partly due to ageing (I'm 37), and partly due to the fact that I naturally have a long,... READ MORE

Questions from JaneM1972

Are 4 Vials of Perlane Too Much for Cheek Augmentation?

I'm 37, and over the last month have had 3 vials of Perlane in my cheeks, to correct flatness caused partly by aging, and partly due to the natural shape of my face (long and... READ MORE

When Will Latisse Be Available in the UK?

I'm English and live in London. I'd love to try Latisse and the results look amazing! Any idea if it's on course to be approved over here, and if so, when? READ MORE

Recent comments from JaneM1972

Hi Steph, I'm seeing Mr Hayter on Tuesday thanks to your review - your results are amazing! I'm 40 and getting a bit jowelly; I've seen a couple of surgeons down in London, but none of them have really grabbed my confidence. I've had a... READ COMMENT

Absorption of perlane and other hylauronic acids has a lot to do with metabolism, so if you've done a lot of exercise recently, or changed diet/lifestyle, that may have something to do with it? I have a very fast metabolism, so perlane... READ COMMENT

I'm thinking of getting Permalip done, as I've been having Juvederm injections for the past year, and just can't afford to keep them up! Do your lips look/feel natural with Permalip - and how long did the swelling last? READ COMMENT

Hi, what kind of implants did you have? I'm thinking of having this procedure done. I've recently had Perlane in my cheeks, but it goes really quickly, and I want something a bit more permanent. READ COMMENT