Customers can take advantage of a gently exfoliating microdermabrasion treatment and pair it up with a LED therapy session and enzyme peel
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$39 for one session of microdermabrasion (total value up to $80)
$59 for one session of LED therapy and microdermabrasion (total value up to $120)
$79 for one session of enzyme peel and LED therapy with microdermabrasion (total value up to $150)
- Microderm is a surface-level cosmetic procedure that gently exfoliates the skin
- Designed to remove up to two layers of fine, epidermal facial skin to reveal a brighter complexion
- Can help improve skin tone, texture and colour
- Targets enlarged pores, acne scarring, fine lines, wrinkles and age spots
What is microdermabrasion?
It’s an advanced exfoliating technique in which the surface layer of dead skin cells is gently removed. The treatment aims to reduce the appearance of fine lines, and generally encourage brighter complexions.
How can people prepare?
Clients are advised to avoid the use of chemical creams, electrolysis, peeling cosmetics and waxing five days before the treatment.
What does aftercare involve?
People should wash their face using only cold or tepid water for the first day, and avoid lotions and products with harsh ingredients. Their skin may look slightly red but this will fade over the following couple of days.
What is an LED facial?
This technique calls on the skin-revitalising properties of LED, helping complexions to look their best. The light waves are directed at the facial area as clients lie back and relax.
Is any aftercare required?
There is no downtime and people can put their make-up on straight away afterwards. However, while the treatment does not increase light sensitivity, people are advised to wear sun protection to help care for skin.
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