It's now become easier than ever to get cosmetic tweakments, with hundreds of salons and clinics now offering services such as botox and filler across the UK.
And if it wasn't already simple enough, cosmetic treatments can even be accessed on the high street with John Lewis now joining the likes of Superdrug in offering in-store treatments.
John Lewis has partnered with luxury aesthetic company The Cavendish Clinic to provide skincare, facials and aesthetic procedures in a handful of its department stores across the UK.
The nationwide launch took place in June at the brand's Peter Jones store in Sloane Square, and has now been rolled out across five more stores.
John Lewis stores in Edinburgh, Milton Keynes, Southampton, Kingston, and Cambridge all offer aesthetics procedures and tweakments now.
On Instagram, Jason Wilary-Attew, head of beauty at John Lewis, said: "We know there's increasing awareness and demand among consumers for advanced beauty treatments and after consideration, we were keen to collaborate with a trusted, medical clinic brand which would deliver this service."
Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the brand told Get The Gloss: “Our research showed that many of our customers are interested in advanced beauty treatments, including filler and anti-wrinkle treatments.
“While these are available in other high street retailers, The Cavendish Clinic is medically-led and uses only skilled doctors to administer these treatments.”
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Treatments available at the clinics vary dependent on the location, but things including skin peels, LED light therapy and laser hair removal are all on offer.
The Cavendish Clinic also offers HydraFacial, a 30-minute three-step facial that aims to hydrate your skin, as well as fat-freezing treatment Coolsculpting and Emsculpt, an electromagnetic body contouring procedure.
Dermal filler and anti-wrinkle treatments are also available, but only to those age 25 and over. All patients looking to have these treatments must also attend a free consultation beforehand too.
Prices vary dependent on the treatment, with a 30-minute facial costing £85 while one area of anti-wrinkle injections will set you back by £195.
John Lewis is the latest high street retailer to offer cosmetic services in-store, with Superdrug becoming the first to do so back in 2018.
Harrods has its impressive Wellness Clinic, which offers similar treatments, and Harvey Nichols has Beyond Medispa, which even boasts a cryotherapy chamber.
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