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Collagen Lift Promo

Collagen Lift Promotional Day Today!

We just can’t wait to hear how all our Collagen Lift therapists get on today during the promotional day. Collagen Lift results are so impressive, it never ceases to amaze us how fantastic the results can be! If you haven’t tried out this treatment before, you are seriously missing out. Collagen Lift treatments are gaining momentum and with more and more therapists offering the treatments you are sure to find somewhere close by, but if not, we promise it’s worth travelling for!

How does it work?

During treatment, a ceramic wand delivers waves of radio frequency energy to realign fibres within the skin. The deeper levels of the skin are heated, stimulating several natural responses in the body. Collagen Lift isn’t painful or invasive like a facelift or other medical procedures, in fact it feels similar to a hot stone massage.

Who is Collagen Lift for?

Anyone with a need for skin tightening will benefit from this treatment. Skin usually begins to sag and lose collagen during our late 20’s and every year our body will produce about 1% less collagen. The treatment can be performed on any skin colour and skin type.  Collagen Lift ™ uses radio frequency technology to stimulate the production of new collagen and the realignment of elastin fibres deep within the skin, tightening and strengthening the skin and tissue. 

With Collagen Lift ™ it is no longer necessary to go under the knife to lift, refresh and tighten the skin. Zero down time. Just amazing firm, plump and fresh skin.

How many treatments will I need and how often?

We recommend a course of six sessions completed either; one a week for six weeks, or two a week for three weeks. After this we suggest a single session every 4-6 weeks to maintain the results. Top up courses of six treatments are recommended every 2 years.

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