BEST TREATMENT: Four weeks ago I had Advanced Laser Lipolysis with Dr Alan Kingdon, at the Cosmetic Surgery Clinic, a procedure where an area is numbed, then a laser is used to liquefy the fat, which is then sucked out through tiny incisions.
It was the most invasive procedure I've had and would have cost from £2,400, but there was nobody else to try it as it was offered during London fashion week and my testers were busy.
I had my flanks (the back of the hips) done and while they are still swollen, I can already get into a smaller size 12 pair of jeans. The scars were so minimal, just 2mm across.
The worst bit was when the saline solution bleeds out over the first 24 hours. But I was back to work two days later, wearing a corset-type garment.
WORST TREATMENT: I don't like procedures that take time to recover from. I tried the Dermaroller, a device containing micro-needles that pierce the skin to stimulate repair (around £250 for a session).
While it didn't hurt, I didn't notice much difference and it left my skin very dry. After 48 hours, the skin on my face began to flake off. This lasted for a few days, which is not what you want at work when your job is in beauty. And I still didn't notice a difference afterwards.
BOTOX? No - I'm hoping for other, more natural, advancements in beauty before I have to go there.
NUMBER OF INVASIVE TREATMENTS: Two - just the laser lipo and Dermaroller.
TOP TIP: If you want to see an amazing difference after a treatment, try Margaret Dabbs' pedicure, £75. She treats athletes and people from the Army, and she goes at your feet with all these machines. It will give you feet that look ten More