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Mr Olivier Amar was featured in The Telegraph in a beauty feature about the golden rules that consumers should abide by when choosing treatment. Interviewed by health and beauty journalist Leah Hardy.
“Olivier Amar is a fan of needling with PRP, the so-called vampire facial, derived from a patient’s own blood.
Mr Olivier Amar was featured in the MailOnline in a feature titled “Cheat your way to skin as smooth as a baby’s: The New science of a perfect complexion”. Award-winning beauty journalist Alice Hart-Davis described her PRP treatment with Mr Olivier Amar.
An increasingly popular way of improving the texture of your skin is with injections of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) — plasma taken from your own blood.
You may have heard this called a Dracula Facial or the Vampire Facelift.
Verdict: Impressive. A month later, the treated area looks softer, clearer and smoother.
The most significant results are gained with surgery, as beauty journalist Kate Shapland found:
‘My eyelids had got very droopy, to the point where it was impossible to wear make-up and it was really ageing me.
So I opted for surgery with Olivier Amar at his Sloane Street Clinic. I was in for a morning and had a general anaesthetic (although sedation is an option). The initial swelling was shocking I won’t lie, the there was no bruising or pain. It took eight months to feel completely normal again, but it transformed my face and confidence’.
Mr Olivier Amar was featured in The Times in a feature titled “Look good for your age: What the experts swear by”. Interviewed by award-winning beauty journalist Alice Hart-Davis.
Look good for your age: What the experts swear by.
Improving skin quality :
“Platelet-Rich Plasma treatment (PRP), also known as the vampire facial, is growing in popularity. This involves plasma taken from a vial of your own blood being injected back into your face.”
“It sounds gruesome, but the growth factors in it make older skin act like younger skin and look better too.”
We are delighted that Mr Olivier Amar was featured in The Times in a feature titled “Meet the doctors behind the boom in male cosmetic surgery”.
Olivier Amar has a deep suntan from kitesurfing, offsetting his brilliant white teeth, and he fits Macron-neat in his dark blue suit. He is, like his father before him, a cosmetic surgeon at the top of his game. Amar treats actors, artists, footballers, financiers and – quelle surprise – politicians. (He won’t tell me of which persuasion – “confidentiality”) And they come for Botox, fat transfers, dermal fillers, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), “CoolSculpting” (cryolipolysis or fat freezing), liposuction, laser removal of thread veins, rhinoplasty (nose jobs) and gynecomastia (removal of “moobs”).
The Sloan Magazine approached Mr Olivier Amar for his insight into “A Natural Approach to Aesthetics”.
Olivier Amar is one of the UK’s leading consultant plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeons with more than 15 years’ experience. Here he discusses taking a natural approach to aesthetics.
We all age but it is how we age that is most important to me. Ageing does not happen evenly across the years, it can creep up on us. Perhaps you have been through life challenges, a bereavement or even sudden weight loss – and when it does happen, it can affect even the most beautiful person.
Mr Olivier Amar described the Platelet Rich Plasma treatment for The Sunday Times
For a smooth complexion add on Platelet Rich Plasma, also known as PRP or the vampire facial.
A small amount of blood is drawn and then the platelet-rich plasma, which contains growth factors (the proteins and hormones that tell your skin to heal), is separated out in a centrifuge.After microneedling, this is injected back into your skin to promote collagen production and faster healing. You’ll be red for about a day.
Recently we had the pleasure of gracing the airwaves on a show called ‘The Inevitable’ on BBC Radio 4.
We are encouraged to face the inevitable, bow to it, accept it. In this witty and personal exploration, the writer, poet, and professor of Modern Languages at Oxford University, Patrick McGuinness, delves behind the rhetoric to explore just what is inevitable.
Mr Olivier Amar was featured in The Huffington Post in a beauty feature about ‘how to get rid of under eye bags and dark circles’
In the FAMI technique, stem cells are collected from fat tissue and then injected into the face under local anaesthetic.
One of the pioneers of the treatment, and the surgeon who performed my procedure, Dr Olivier Amar from London’s Sloan Street Clinic, told HuffPost UK Style: “This is a minimally invasive procedure and much more effective and natural than using fillers.”
Surgery is in Mr Amar’s blood – both his father and grandfather were well-respected surgeons. His father is the creator of the Fat Autograft Muscle Injection (FAMI) technique, a non-surgical facelift that uses stem cells harvested from the patient’s own fat.
Passionate and French (from sunny Marseille rather than frosty Paris), he’s suave yet serious, and has a very forward-thinking approach to tired eyes: he looks at the position of your eyebrows, the fullness of your temples and situation of your cheekbones to tighten muscles and restore volume.
Award-winning journalist Kate Shapland described her upper blepharoplasty procedure with Mr Olivier Amar
The effect is subtle but so profound that my entire face appears lifted. I can’t quite believe it, so have to keep checking it’s true in mirrors and shop windows.
Mr Olivier Amar was featured in the MailOnline in a beauty feature about fat transfer the face
After watching a TV programme about botched surgery (fat transfer was initially developed to correct cosmetic surgery mistakes), she booked in to see Dr Olivier Amar at his Sloan Street Clinic.
Before performing the neck and eyelid lift, Dr Amar made a fine incision into Sandra’s stomach to take the fat cells that were then purified and injected into her chin, neck and her eyes to contour and reshape her face. He estimates 100ml of fat was transferred – the size of a large perfume bottle.
‘Over ten years I might spend thousands of pounds on face creams that wouldn’t have nearly the same effect,’ says Sandra.
Now in its fourth edition, the magazine recognises the most reputable medical experts in the UK, and lists a handful of leading experts across a broad range of medical fields and disciplines some of the most prominent surgeons,