- Full Face – €39
- Full Face – €39
- It can help reduce the appearance of fine lines or wrinkles,with natural-looking results – €50
- Removes dead skin, tiny blackheads, unblocks pores and cleanses – €50
A non-surgical cosmetic procedure used to introduce vitamins, minerals and amino- acid into the skin with the goal of improving the look and feel of the skin
- Face – €50
- Face & Neck – €80
- Full Face – €99
- Face & Neck – €120
- BB Glow Facial Face €99
- A cosmetic treatment that removes the top layer of the skin, Visibly improves appearance – €50
Redness & Sensitivity
I.P.L. (Intense Pulse Light) uses targeted pulses of light which is attracted to the problem areas of the skin, heating up the cells and collapsing them so that they can be flushed out by the body’s natural defenses. This leaves only the healthy skin cells in the targeted area and evens out the tone of your skin in just a few short sessions.
A cosmetic treatment that removes the top layer of the skin, leading to a visibly improved appearance. Peels are categorised by their depth: superficial, medium and deep.
Acne often leaves marks, known as ‘post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation’. Reddish or brown marks on your skin are often as unsightly as acne blemishes themselves. In general, acne scarring takes two forms: scars that have a gradual dip or little depression into the skin; or scars that are deep and narrow. The active acne needs to be under control before the scars can be treated effectively, and scarring ranges from mild to severe. There are several options available IPL (intense pulsed light); glycolic peels.
I.P.L. (Intense Pulse Light) uses targeted pulses of light which are attracted to the problem areas of the skin, heating up the cells and collapsing them so that they can be flushed out by the body’s natural defenses. This leaves only the healthy skin cells in the targeted area and evens out the tone of your skin in just a few short sessions.
See it First
Pigmentation Treatment (Sunspots, Chloasma, After Acne) – Hyperpigmentation occurs when excessive amounts of the skin pigment melanin collect in the skin, resulting in dark patches of skin frequently called age or sunspots. Intensive Pulse Light helps to neutralize hyper pigmented areas while minimizing damage to other areas. The light is absorbed patches of pigmentation and melanocytes are caused to shatter. They dissipate and break- up over a period of time. A sun block is recommended to be used at all times otherwise pigmentation will reoccur. For the best results 5-8 treatments should be taken
LASER SKIN REJUVENATION
Microneedling (FDA approved device).
Microneedling is an ever increasingly popular and safe skin renewal technique which restores the youthful, healthy appearance of your skin at a much lower cost compared to similar treatments and has almost no “downtime”.
It gives similar results to ablative techniques such as deep chemical peels, lasers and fraxel, and is therefore is less invasive and does not require the removal of the skin’s surface. Because of this, healing time is also shorter and there is less chance of post treatment sensitivity to UV light.
Microneedling is unique as one of the very few skin treatments sui
table for treating all skins, such as fragile skin around the eyes, mouth, on the neck and on ethnic skins.The basic concept of microneedling is based on the skin’s natural ability to self repair when it is physically damaged by cuts, burns and other abrasions. Following injury to the skin, the body re-uses damaged collagen and elastin fibres to produce new structures. Microneedling gives way to controlled induction to the skin’s self-repair mode, by creating micro-injuries that instigate new collagen synthesis but does not pose a risk of permanent scarring.
What does microneedling do?
Microneedling treats many concerns,
It does this in a number of ways, by creating tiny micro channels it allows us to introduce product in to the skin far deeper than by applying it to the surface alone. Hyaluronic acid is one of the ingredients we often use during this treatment, Hyaluronic acid is produced by your own body as your skins natural moisturiser.
The process of creating these micro channels in the skin causes what is refered to as a controlled wound. Your body’s response to this controlled wound is to stimulate the collagen with in skin.
Who can have microneedling done?
Most people will find that their skin can benefit from microneedling as it has a wide range of benefits. It rejuventates the skin beautifully, minimises lines and wrinkles and reduces the appearance of pitting as a result of acne scarring
Is there any down time?
This depends to some extent on the sensitivity and general health of the skin.You may be a little red or blotchy after your treatment but this shouldn’t last any great length of time If there is a lot of dead skin build up then you may find your skin is feels a little dry and possible flakey for a day or 2. This clears up quickly and your skin will look fabulous by approx day 3.
Does it hurt?
That depends very much on the depth of penetration. If the treatment is being done for just general rejeventation then the dept of penetration is quite shallow so there is little or no discomfort at all. If we are treating deeper lines and wrinkles or pitted acne scars then it can feel a little more uncomfortable, but that is uncomfortable, not painful.
The results are brighter, tighter, rejuvenated and younger looking skin. The recommended course of treatment is four to six sessions six to eight weeks apart for optimum results- although you will begin to see improvement after the first treatment. Skin rejuvenation improves significantly following the course of treatments and can continue to improve for up to twelve months.
Microneedling works on what skin type?
- Restores tightness and firmness to flaccid skin.
- Smoothes away and plumps wrinkles, lines and crows feet.
- Improves skin texture
- Reduces and improves appearance of large pores.
- Reduces appearance of acne scars.
- Improves scars caused by chicken pox.
- Relaxes old (scars)scarring.
- Improves appearance of surgical scars.