The newspapers and magazines don’t need much excuse to publish photos of the lovely singer, Cheryl. New outfit, new hairstyle, new fella – we’ve seen them all. Now, they’re all wondering whether Cheryl’s smooth and radiant complexion is all due to a ‘mummy makeover’. Experts are claiming she may have had Botox, facial peels and/or cheek fillers costing around £2,000 to achieve such radiant skin. Fans have been asking what the pop star has done to her face with her glowing, wrinkle-free appearance.
What is a ‘mummy makeover’?
Many new mums decide on cosmetic or beauty treatments after having a baby, particularly older mums, who want a bit of help with their post-baby bodies. Some will have tummy treatments or breast enhancements. Others opt for non-surgical treatments for a more radiant, glowing skin. This is a great pick-me-up for new mums who may be feeling tired or need a boost after the birth.
Botox v fillers
Botox, or botulinum toxin, to give it its full name, is a natural and purified protein which relaxes facial muscles that cause wrinkles or lines. It is injected into muscles and has no long-term side effects, although patients may notice slight bruising and swelling after treatment. Dermal fillers can be made from a variety of materials and can have a temporary or permanent effect. They are also injected into the skin to fill out wrinkles or creases as well as plump up lips or cheeks.
Anyone considering treatment should consult a specialist clinic or cosmetic doctor. Talk about what you are looking for and the desired effect. Make sure you know what the treatment entails and any possible side effects. For Belfast dermal fillers you can talk to a company such as https://www.glamskinclinic.com/dermal-fillers.
The patient may feel there is a particular line which they don’t like, such as a deep frown line between the eyes. Your practitioner will see how your face looks as a whole. They will want to see the bigger picture because treating just one individual line could create an unnatural look. Be prepared to ask questions about the products used and if there are any potential side effects to look out for or if any after-care is given. You’re investing in yourself and so want to make sure you’re putting your face into good, qualified hands.