When it comes to making decisions about having tweakments, cost is undoubtedly part of the equation. Of course, cost shouldn’t be top priority – you also need to understand your aesthetic goals, possible results, and find a safe, experiment practitioner. But your budget will play a big role in determining which solutions will best treat your needs.

So, if you’re considering investing in tweakments but want to get the most out of your budget, read on to understand more about the procedures that I feel, will give you the biggest bang for your buck.

Don’t opt for a treatment, just because it’s ‘cheap’

When you pay for an aesthetic treatment, you’re not just paying for the product or the time it took to carry out the treatment. ⁠You’re paying for the years of experience that have helped your practitioner master their skills. You are paying for the medical qualifications that taught them everything they need to know about anatomy and medicine to provide safe treatments. You’re paying for insurance so that you can be sure that you’re in safe hands in the rare case that something does go wrong. If the price seems cheap, it’s likely that the practitioner isn’t medically trained, in which case they won’t be able to look after you in the case of a complication, or they’re using cheap products. Always do your research when seeking treatments, ask lots of questions, and always choose a medically qualified practitioner.

Investments don’t always pay off immediately

Many aesthetic procedures are investments for the future. Take ultrasound, for example. You will see a subtle immediate lift, but the true investment shows up a few months later, when you start to see the collagen-boosting effects. If you really want to make the most of the money you’ve spent, choosing treatments that yield results both immediately and in the long term is a good way to go.


HArmonyCa has quickly turned into my favourite injectable. It blends two ingredients – hyaluronic acid, the main component of traditional dermal fillers, and calcium hydroxyapatite – to give both an immediate effect and a slow-release, long-lasting lift to the face that continues to improve over 9 months.

This means that it targets volume loss and skin laxity simultaneously – two key signs of ageing. HArmonyCa is stand out product, and it’s revolutionising the way that we approach an ageing face.


As we age, our body produces less collagen and elastin, causing our skin to lose its firmness and structure. It becomes looser and starts to sag. I’m a huge advocate of ultrasound-based skin tightening which stimulates our own natural healing process and collagen production by heating the dermal layers.

Sofwave has been cleared by the FDA to treat and lift eyebrows, jaw line and neck, reducing skin laxity, fine lines, and wrinkle. In my opinion, you can’t go wrong with stimulating collagen production in your skin. Our collagen levels decline from the age of 25, so banking it for the future will help to improve and prevent signs of ageing in years to come.

RF microneedling – Profound RF

What’s interesting about Profound RF is that it offers a marked boost to the three aspects of the skin that give it its healthy, vibrant appearance: collagen (for skin firmness) , elastin (for snap-back), and hyaluronic acid (for glow and nourishment) . Clinical studies show that it effectively doubles collagen levels, brings a dramatic increase in our natural hyaluronic acid and a five-fold boost to elastin levels. This translates into tighter skin that’s regained its youthful bounce, lifting of the jowls, significantly reduced lines and wrinkles. We can even target the fat pad under the chin to lift and refine the jawline.

If you’d like to learn more about these treatments, and establish what’s right for you, click here to enquire or to book a consultation.