I’ve been a Youth Lab Ambassador for two years now and there is so much to love.
The clinic is located a beautiful character building in West Perth, surrounded by leafy trees, easy parking and a discreet entrance.
Medical Director Dr Kate Jameson is warm, professional, welcoming and really listens to your concerns.
I’ve had so many people ask me about Youth Lab, sharing they feel quite apprehensive about having any new treatments and also about going to a new space.
I can reassure you that the entire team at Youth Lab will make you feel welcome and comfortable, and will answer all of your questions.
One of the most frequently asked questions I have is about anti-wrinkle injections.
I am pro wrinkle relaxers and my personal goal is to look ‘fresh’.
Three pregnancies, a combined total of 33 months breastfeeding and after experiencing chronic sleep deprivation for many years – it was pretty devastating and disheartening to look in the mirror and see someone who looked totally exhausted.
I visit Youth Lab for a ‘freshen up’ every 3 – 4 months to help me look and feel my best.
For anyone who is worried it will hurt – it’s like having a series of small scratches.
It doesn’t take long at all (depending on what areas you are having treated) and you start to see a softening in fine lines and wrinkles after around 5 – 7 days.
Down time will vary from person to person, I sometimes have one or two tiny marks – but most of the time it’s barely noticeable.
The team at Youth Lab will always be very honest about any potential down time and help you manage it.
Another of my favourite treatments is the Youth Lab signature facial.
It’s a great way for the team at Youth Lab to recommend other treatments and products to achieve the results you are after.
Youth Lab is a sanctuary for my skin where I know I’m going to be looked after and I can trust I will always get the results I want.
And such exciting news!
Youth Lab has just announced they are opening a new clinic in Claremont in mid October!
Huge congratulations to Dr Kate, Jon and the whole team at Youth Lab.
You can find out more by heading to the Youth Lab website.