A first of its kind anti-ageing clinic in Manchester’s Northern Quarter is offering facials – for your bottom.
Using peels, laser therapy and moisturising techniques, the £300 treatments are being offered due to stars such as Kim Kardashian and Rihanna proudly parading their derrieres in ‘belfies’ or ‘bottom selfies’ across social media.
Dr Carlos Xavier, who has setup the clinic, said that there have already been dozens of both men and women queuing up to undergo one of the treatments, which can even be offered during a lunch hour.
“I first carried this treatment out in the USA, now it’s caught on at my clinic here and why not?” he said.
“We use these treatments to great effect on our faces and other areas; this treatment works just as well on our bottoms.
“It can help target cellulite, skin issues and enhance the tone and appearance of your skin. I’m expecting a peak in demand as people head for the sun this winter.”
He said the treatments promise to rejuvenate and enhance posteriors and are the first of their kind in the UK.
The Ultimate Butt Facial – available at Natura Anti-Ageing Clinic – uses the latest peels, lasers and moisturising treatments to polish your posterior to perfection.
Bosses said the treatment, tailored to the individual, can be done in a lunch time, leaving your buns toned, polished, radiant and camera ready, with minimal downtime.
Sarah Thompson 28, a PA from Manchester, is a fan of Natura’s Butt Facial.
“I love it, I’ve always had facial treatments and I don’t see this as any different,” she said.
“It used to be all about how your breasts looked, but my bum is my best asset and deserves looking after; now it’s really smooth and healthier looking, I’m much happier and more confident too.”
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Registered with the General Medical Council for over twenty-five years, Dr Xavier has more than thirty years medical experience.
This includes anaesthetics, is a member of the British Association of Cosmetic Doctors; the American Society of Laser Surgery and Medicine and the International Dermoscopy Society.
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Image courtesy of Robert Wallace, with thanks