Rachel Nicholson is an Advanced Aesthetic Practitioner and an Independent Nurse Prescriber with over 30 years of clinical experience and comes from a strong, varied medical background including Primary Health Care, and in the NHS/private sector. Rachel worked as an Assistant Director of Nursing prior to specialising in aesthetics and worked for two years for a large aesthetic company providing advanced aesthetic treatments.
Rachel has received her training from leading cosmetic surgeons, and advanced aesthetic practitioners and maintains her knowledge by attending conferences, seminars and workshops in aesthetic and cosmetic treatments, updating her treatments as new technologies emerge. Rachel combines her medical knowledge with a passion for providing Anti-wrinkle injections, Dermal fillers, Dermal Needling and Medical skin peels to name just a few to offer her clients a truly unique aesthetics experience.
Visit the Younger U Aesthetics website for more information at www.youngeruaesthetics.com
15th August 2019
Considering a ‘Tweakment’?
Does your skin need a little lift? Perhaps it’s not quite looking its usual radiant best and you are considering a non-surgical aesthetic treatment to help you feel more comfortable and confident in your own beautiful skin? Don’t fret – it’s not just wrinkle relaxing treatments and dermal filler treatments that we offer in clinic, […]
14th August 2019
Non-surgical treatments for men and women… whats the difference?
Here at Younger U Aesthetics, anyone looking for natural looking non-surgical treatments is welcome! Many of my patients are women, but I’m welcoming more and more men into the clinic for a range of treatments – from non-surgical rhinoplasty to wrinkle relaxing treatments and chemical peels. There are some significant differences when it comes to […]
2nd June 2019
Collagen: What is it & what does it do?
Collagen is the scaffolding that provides structure and strength to bones, muscles, skin and tendons, and is the most abundant protein in the human body. It’s a major contributing factor when it comes to giving skin youthful volume and definition, but the natural production of collagen by our bodies reduces as we age; after the […]
3rd February 2019
Skills and experience – Younger U Aesthetics
It’s sale season, and everywhere I look I see ‘prices slashed’ and ‘cheapest ever!’ – whether that’s in relation to furniture, clothing, or even some non-surgical aesthetic treatments! I understand that for many people, the funds that they’ve got available to spend on life’s little luxuries can be tight, but although it’s great if you […]
14th November 2018
Profhilo – one of our most popular treatments of 2018!
When we added Profhilo to our list of non-surgical aesthetic treatments a year ago, we didn’t realise how popular the treatment would be! We’d read all the documentation, watched the clinical demonstrations and attended all of the product masterclasses, and had added the treatment to our product range as it met our incredibly high standards […]
13th October 2018
Autumn and Winter aesthetic treatments
There are certain treatments I offer here at Younger U Aesthetics that, though they can be undertaken all year round, increase in popularity as the weather turns colder. As a result, I thought I’d share some of our popular winter treatments with you this month! Microsclerotherapy Microsclerotherapy is an aesthetic treatment designed to reduce the […]
15th September 2018
Why does our skin change as we age?
As we age, our skin changes; there is a reduction in the body’s production of collagen and elastin – the scaffolding that gives our skin volume and elasticity. This reduction starts in our mid-twenties, and after the age of thirty the average person produces 1% less collagen every year. Our skin’s ability to effectively shed […]
15th August 2018
This Summer has been hot, hot, hot!
It’s been a hot couple of months in the UK, and even hotter abroad, with record temperatures in Spain and Portugal right in the middle of summer holiday season! As a result, feeling hot under the collar and ‘glowing’ with perspiration is a sensation that few have escaped since the beginning of June. However, for […]
14th July 2018
Looking after your skin in the Summer
It’s been difficult to escape the sunshine this Summer so far, with Mediterranean-esque sun (and heat) bathing the UK in June and July. However, though it’s so easy to lay back and relax in the glorious sunshine, it’s worth understanding the impact that sun damage can have on your skin so that you can evaluate […]
12th May 2018
Subtle enhancements vs. looking “done“
Here at Younger U Aesthetics, we are proud to offer sensitive and subtle procedures that reveal a natural, youthful and radiant appearance, delicately tackling any aesthetic concerns that a patient might have. For example, if a patient has lost volume in their lips, a Dermal Filler lip enhancement treatment may be suggested; if a patient […]
Give your skin the treatment it deserves
Non-surgical aesthetic treatments have become increasingly popular over the last few years, with anti-wrinkle treatments and lip enhancement procedures in particular finding increased popularity with a younger audience. However, as a result of the rise in popularity, there has also been a worrying rise in non-medically trained “Aesthetic Practitioners” offering injectable treatments, as well as […]
14th March 2018
Top 10 commonly used treatments
With so many skin care products available on the high street it can be confusing when trying to choose the right one for you. These products absolutely have a place in the market but by their nature are catered for a large audience and as such the levels of active components have to be controlled […]
7th February 2018
Dermal Fillers – what are they?
Many injectable Dermal Filler products contain an ingredient called ‘Hyaluronic Acid’, a naturally occurring sugar that is produced by cells in connective tissues throughout our bodies. Hyaluronic Acid molecules can hold up to 1000 times their own weight in water, helping to hydrate the skin and ‘plump it up’ with youthful volume. However, as we […]
31st January 2018
Retinol and Retriderm
Retinol is a form of Vitamin A that – following topical application to the skin – is converted by the body into Retinoic Acid, which helps to prevent the breakdown of existing collagen in the body, as well as helping to stimulate new collagen production and increasing skin cell turnover. These properties can help to […]
24th January 2018
New Year’s Resolutions
Still thinking about a New Year’s Resolution for 2018? How about opting for a ‘treat your skin to a little extra ‘tender loving care’ in the New Year’ resolution? (Especially if it doesn’t involve too much effort from you!) It’s all too easy to sign yourself up mentally for a year of intensive exercise or […]
14th December 2017
The 8-point non-surgical Facelift
As we get older, the production of collagen and elastin – two types of fibrous protein that give our skin a youthful and firm structure – begins to decrease. We start to lose volume and definition in specific areas of the face, and fine lines and wrinkles can become more noticeable. Here at Younger U […]
6th December 2017
Christmas Party Skin
It’s coming up to party season and chances are, your skin isn’t quite as ‘party ready’ as you’d like it to be. The combination of cold mornings and central heating make skin feel dry and tight, and dry skin can appear dull and lacklustre – not quite the look that many of us hope for […]
28th October 2017
Dermal Needling Example
Have you ever wondered what happens during a Dermal Needling treatment? I recently underwent the procedure to demonstrate what happens during the treatment – watch the video below for more information. Prior to the treatment, the skin is treated with an anaesthetic cream to reduce any feelings of discomfort. The treatment can be used to […]
13th September 2017
Microsclerotherapy is a popular and effective treatment for Spider Veins on the legs by injection and many patients who chose to undergo this treatment find some success with the treatment. Although Spider Veins are without symptoms, they can have an unattractive appearance and can cause self-consciousness, particularly at holiday time! They may be associated with varicose […]
What is Hyperhidrosis? Hyperhidrosis is the medical term used to describe excessive sweating, whereby the body produces more sweat than is needed to regulate its temperature. It is a common and often embarrassing problem that affects 1% of the population in both men and women. What areas can be treated? The underarms are the most […]