Skin Treatments

One thing I can say is that 1 skin care treatment won't really do much if you're not using the correct skincare (SPF and antioxidants).

Skin is such a huge commitment so if you are going to invest in your skin, make sure that you have a good consultation with your therapist and that you know what to do to get the best results.

Facial is a treatment which is bespoke to your needs. The treatment includes cleansing, exfoliation, massage, masks, serums and moisturiser to finish. It's good to have a treatment to keep up good skin health. You wouldn't mop before you sweep, so a good treatment regularly will keep your skin health at its peak.

Chemical peels work best for people who are experiencing hyper-pigmentation, textured skin, discoloration, and acne scarring. A chemical peel is a chemical exfoliation process that penetrates deeper in the skin in order for the top layers of the skin to start shedding. This process stimulates collagen and increases cellular turnover to reveal new, fresh skin.

Microneedling/ dermaroller creates microscopic punctures in the skin. It's used to treat and improve conditions like acne scarring, fine lines, wrinkles, loose skin, skin texture, pore size, brown spots, stretch marks, and pigment issues.

Dermaplaning is a procedure that uses a sterile surgical scalpel to shave the surface of the skin to remove excess dead skin and peach fuzz hairs.

Fibroblast is the only cosmetic treatment to use plasma to reduce the volume of excess skin. Low risk, minimal downtime and more affordable than surgery. ... Non Surgical Eye Lifts. Minimising crows feet & frown lines.

IPL is a laser, the pigment cells in your skin absorb the light energy, which is converted into heat. The heat destroys the unwanted pigment to clear up freckles and other spots.

I'd love to know what you'd go for?


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