Dr Michael Prager | Cosmetic Medicine

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Listique’s Recommendation

We’re always on the lookout for the best noninvasive treatments and products that will not only help us combat premature ageing without freezing our face but are also good for the environment. Which is why we can’t get enough of Dr Michael Prager and his rejuvenation treatments including his debut skincare range, Urban Protect. Designed for urban dwellers looking to protect themselves from their polluted environment the products don’t test on animals or include any microplastics, parabens, chemicals or hormones.


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About Dr Michael Prager | Cosmetic Medicine

First trained as a GP, Dr Michael Prager, has gone onto specialise in non-invasive, anti-ageing face and body treatments. Rather than just removing every single wrinkle and leaving you with an unnaturally smooth face, he uses state of the art technology and science to soften lines and return natural movement without excess sagging or wrinkling. At The Prager Clinic in London, on Beauchamp Place and Wimpole Street, clients can have treatments such as the Prager Hydrogen Infusion Facial, a detoxifying facial that is the ultimate hydrating and rejuvenation treatment. Combining hydra- dermabrasion infused with hydrogenated water and an antioxidant facial massage leaving skin feeling clear, rejuvenated and significantly more radiant. Likewise, his colleagues, Dr Lizzie Tuckey and Dr Bhavjit Kaur focus on delivering high-quality enhancements in both facial rejuvenation and body contouring. Focusing on achieving a natural look. At The Prager Clinic, we create bespoke aesthetic packages that are tailored to meeting the client's needs. Wanting to create something he would be happy to recommend his clients, Prager Skincare’s debut range, Urban Protect, uses the best natural ingredients and scientific methods to create the likes of their vegan Urban Protect Night Oil with Retinol and Urban Protect Foaming Cleanser with Moringa. Made in the UK, these products don’t just protect your skin, but they’re also good for the planet as they don’t use anything chemical harmful, harsh or artificial.

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