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Body Conditions

From refining the appearance of cellulite, wrinkles and love handles to targeting medical concerns such as varicose veins and excessive sweating, explore the guide below to find out which treatments we recommend for your skin concern.

Wrinkled Hands

Hands are prone to premature ageing as they are exposed a great deal to the sun and other elements. Some of our clients feel that their hands give their age away, thats why we offer a number of hand rejuvenation treatments to tackle wrinkles, sun spots and more.

Recommended Treatment: Hand Rejuvenation

Excessive Sweating

Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a common condition can cause embarrassment, stress and anxiety. A specialised form of wrinkle reduction treatment can be highly effective in tackling this problem.

Recommended Treatment: Hyperhidrosis

Spider Veins

Spider veins, also known as thread veins, can be targeted effectively with microsclerotherapy.

Recommended Treatment: Microsclerotherapy

Varicose Veins

These enlarged veins raised above the skin can now be targeted in an innovative and minimally-invasive way.

Recommended Treatment: Varicose Veins Treatment

Ageing Decolletage

The skin on the upper chest is delicate, thin and sensitive – making it particularly susceptible to the signs of ageing. Our skin treatments can give your skin a more youthful appearance.

Recommended Treatment: Chemical Peels Microneedling


This lumpy, dimpled flesh is often found on thighs, hips and tummies. It can be very stubborn but will improve significantly with our cellulite treatment on Harley Street.

Recommended Treatment: Nutrition

Tummy Fat/Love Handles

A busy work life and an even busier social life can leave very little time to think about exercise and healthy eating, leading to an increase in unwanted weight. At L’Atelier we can give you nutrition advice that you will easily be able to fit into your busy schedule, IV replenishment can also help support your weight loss goals.

Recommended Treatment: Nutrition