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Posted 12/09/2016
Love them or hate them, selfies now play a big part in today’s society, with thousands of us posting self-portraits on our favourite social media sites like Instagram, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat daily. Snapchat, in particular, is an increasingly must-have tool for any serious selfie fan due to its inbuilt filters, which allow users to add embellishments, and lighting and focus options before posting their images.
Posted 04/09/2016
Sweating is the body’s way of keeping us cool and stopping us from overheating during exercise and in hot environments. Other factors can also make us sweat more, such as eating spicy food, having the flu, taking certain medications, and experiencing the hot flashes that are associated with the female menopause.
Posted 30/08/2016
Cosmetic surgery is more popular than ever, with both men and women increasingly opting for procedures that leave them looking tweaked rather than tucked. However, even though what was once a social taboo is becoming a much more acceptable topic of conversation, “cosmetic surgery shaming” is still very common.
Posted 23/08/2016
As aesthetic cosmetic surgery is rarely provided on the NHS these days, a large proportion of patients fund their chosen procedures privately. This means that you often pay for an initial consultation with a surgeon and, if you decide to go ahead, you’ll then be given a final invoice for the cost of the operation/treatment.
Posted 17/08/2016
Almost two months on from the UK’s EU referendum result, many of us are still wondering where Brexit will take us. The Pound to Euro exchange rate has taken a nosedive, LowCostHolidays has gone into administration, and already, banks are beginning to move their operations out of Britain.
Posted 10/08/2016
What started as a way of sending private (and sometimes saucy) photographs from one person to another has now become one of the most popular social media platforms of all time.
Posted 27/07/2016
When you’re considering undergoing any type of cosmetic surgery, it’s extremely important to carry out research before attending a consultation. This helps ensure that you have a good understanding of what your chosen procedure involves (N.B., naturally, you’ll be able to get more detailed information from your surgeon during the consultation process), check that the surgeon is fully qualified and trained to carry out the operation, and compile a checklist of questions to go through when you meet your surgeon.
Posted 22/07/2016
The Advertising Standards Authority is responsible for regulating advertising of all media in the UK, including cosmetic surgery. Each week, the ASA publishes its rulings on cases that have been escalated to it by consumers, and in early July 2016, it ruled that a Manchester-based national cosmetic surgery chain had overstepped the mark with its latest television advert.
Posted 12/07/2016
In June 2016, the General Medical Council (GMC) issued strict new guidelines to doctors across the UK to help ensure they provide the best possible care for their patients. The GMC has simultaneously released new advice for prospective cosmetic surgery patients.
Posted 04/07/2016
Undergoing a cosmetic surgery procedure is never without risk, and the same applies to any operation. Even non-surgical procedures such as facial fillers and injections can backfire, which is why it’s so important to be fully informed before agreeing to undergo any form of plastic surgery.

Our breast enlargement, breast reduction, breast uplift and nipple correction procedures are all carried out by BAAPS and/or BAPRAS member surgeons, and our post-operative care is second to none.

With Liberate, you can choose your surgeon, based on your individual requirements.

You’ll get to know each other well in advance, and your surgeon will remain with you throughout the whole process.

Learn for yourself why thousands of women each year choose to have breast surgery. Contact Liberate and take the first step towards your new shape.

Whether you're thinking of a tummy tuck, liposuction, thigh lift or tattoo removal, you can trust Liberate to help you achieve the look you want.

All Liberate surgeons are fully qualified and experienced cosmetic surgery consultants, who are members of either BAAPS and/or BAPRAS.

Unlike many other organisations, we allow you to choose whichever surgeon you’d prefer, throughout the UK.

That’s the Liberate difference.

Liberate offers a wide range of facial procedures including facelift, brow lift, neck lift, eye bag removal, nose reshaping (rhinoplasty), chin implants, scar revision and ear reshaping.

Liberate surgeons are highly qualified and experienced in these procedures and you can choose which surgeon you see.

Whatever procedure you are considering you can feel confident you’ll make the right choice with a Liberate cosmetic surgeon.

There is no reason why men shouldn't take care of their bodies and look their best. If you're thinking about having cosmetic surgery then look no further than Liberate.

We have achieved some fantastic results for our male clients and we're confident that you'll be delighted too.

Liberate is one of the only cosmetic surgery providers to offer you the opportunity to choose your surgeon, from our selection of highly qualified, experienced consultants around the country.

If lines and wrinkles are affecting your self confidence, give us a call and we will show you how they can quickly and easily be corrected.

With line and wrinkle treatments, dermal fillers, skin peels, scar removal, laser hair removal and  thread vein removal, your Liberate surgeon can help you achieve the look you want.

Liberate is a group of leading cosmetic surgeons throughout the country. Each surgeon is highly trained and qualified, so you can expect to see great results, very quickly. Contact us to find out more.
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