In the world of anti ageing there’s always something new that makes its mark and this year’s new innovations will give anyone wanting to hold back the years more choice than ever. From what’s trending in skincare to the latest anti ageing treatments here’s a round up of what we can look forward to …



We all know   and love high street favourites like No 7 Lancôme and Clinique, but this year will be all about the niche skincare brands that promise prescription free skincare with professional results.

The rapid growth of these smaller brands is transforming the skincare market especially as they are easily able to react to trends with innovation and unique blends including bespoke formulas for individual skin concerns.  Look out for names like AgeLOC from Nu Skin  – a futuristic anti ageing range which targets the genes in the skin that cause ageing and Elethea, a range of pioneering science led skincare packed with some of the world’s most natural ingredients. Radara, ananne, and, Nuriss are also making waves in the skincare world. Other trends include hi- tech patches to brighten and tighten the delicate skin around the eyes and anti ageing   creams to rejuvenate the lip area. You can also expect to see more multi functional   skin products; dream creams to resurface rejuvenate and deal with blemishes in one go, a rare feat in the world of skincare.




* ageLOC Transforming Night, (£62.12 , www.nuskin.com)a rich hydrating cream that reduces fine line and enlarged pores so you wake up with glowing smooth skin.

*Elethea Boosting pH Mist (£26 www.elethea.com) an innovative acid free activator mist which doubles the rate of absorption of active ingredients , reduces inflammation and boosts hydration.

*SkinCeuticals AOX Lip Complex (£35 skinceuticals.co.uk ) aimed at rejuvenating lip lines and restoring the vermillion border.

*Filorga Scrub and Mask £38 (feelunique.com)  a multi tasking marvel to exfoliate  whilst delivering an oxygen mask to  tighten pores and restore a  luminous  glow to tired skin

* Radara Skincare System (£199 radara.co.uk) consists of 3d printed patches and hyaluronic acid serum to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes

Rosina’s Lotions and Potions Fountain of Youth packed full of peptides to stimulate collagen production, reduces wrinkles and rejuvenates skin rosinaslotionspotions.com



For  years ago the industry has been  geared to  wiping away wrinkles. A  smooth, forehead and  a wrinkle-free face have been the  measure of youth. But fast-forward to 2016 and we’ll see a surprising shift – we are  no longer  obsessed with looking ten years younger  but  realising that looking healthy and happy  for the age we are is far more attractive. Rejuvenating  not reversing the hands of time is the way forward and  skin quality not wrinkles is the new buzzword. The latest procedures are focused on minimising pores, correcting sun damage and  uneven colouring and promoting radiance . Non-surgical  Facelifts, including the new   sculpting facelifts  which aim to reposition the fat and restructure  the face to lift and  redefine  contours  whilst  restoring volume without going under the knife are the next big thing in facial rejuvenation



*The New Light Lift  uses  traceless injectables combined with radio frequency devices to  even out skin texture, minimise lines and smooth the complexion . From  £500 0207 436 4441

*Facelift of the Future  lifts the mid and lower face using local anaesthetic without stitching or scarring, using sutures .  Expect to pay around £7k –call 0207 436 4441 for more details.

*Venus Freeze Combines gentle radiofrequency with electromagnetic radiation (previously used to heal broken bones) to stimulate new collagen and encourage the growth of skin cells for a tighter, more luminous complexion. From £300 per treatment. For salons, go to venusconceptuk.co.uk.

*Venus Viva a  30-minute skin resurfacing treatment using fractional radio frequency and smartscan technology( which allows the slow release of energy)to stimulate collagen



*Make way for the rise of the  C cup , predicted to be the most favourite bust size in 2016  .  The popularity of  larger breast implants is waning and women are no longer requesting DD or E cups but opting for a smaller C size or less  following in the footsteps of  most favourite smaller chested  celebrities   such as Victoria Beckham,  Kate Hudson, Rihanna and Gwen Stefani. The trend for smaller busts is also reflected in an increase in breast reduction surgery predicted to be  one of the top five procedures this year.


*Prevention is another key buzz word this year as more women realise that looking great is all about combining  lifestyle  changes with regular mini  procedures to restore collagen and boost  skin quality – PRP procedures which uses a patient’s own blood , is now being used to restore scalp health and thicken thinning eyebrows


*Sixty is the new 40 is so last year. This year seventy is the new 50, and there is nothing stopping today’s active seniors from looking as young as they feel and act. More and more women and men in 70s  and even  80’s are  undergoing cosmetic treatments to maintain a youthful appearance. As less invasive techniques continue to evolve, coupled with people living better and longer, there is really no maximum age for cosmetic procedures anymore, A recent study showing that even octogenarians are at no higher risk for complications from cosmetic surgery when compared to their younger counterparts will likely encourage even more seniors to seek cosmetic enhancements this year.


* Male patients  currently account for around 15 per cent of all cosmetic procedures and  this year it’s predicted that the number of men booking in for treatments,  will be up by more than 200 per cent.Spending time and money on your looks is no longer seen as unmanly . Twenty years ago it was unheard of, but now no one blinks an eye at the sight of a man buying a moisturiser or having a manicure.Topping men’s shopping lists  will be   jawline  and chin  remodelling, chemical peels, acne scar removal and  Botox – dubbed Boytox –-while most popular surgical procedures will  chest and nose surgery, as well bottom sculpting and pec implants.


Most popular treatments

While  faces are usually the focus for cosmetic rejuvenation more people are now looking down and requesting treatments for the neck and chest, knees hands and even elbows.  The top five areas predicted by the aesthetics industry to be most popular for procedures in 2016 are


1 Neck and jawline

  1. Non-invasive facelifts

3.Eyes and eyelid rejuvenation

  1. Breast reductions

5 Bottom reshaping

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