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Mother’s Day Is Fast Approaching – What Have You Got Planned?

Mother’s Day is the perfect time to show your mum how much she means to you, and with a great range of excellent SkinBase treatments, there’s no better way to say thanks for being a great mum than a bit of pampering. 

At SkinBase, we offer different treatments for different skin types and desired results. Let’s take a look at what you could treat your mum to this Mother’s Day. 

SkinBase Microdermabrasion

One of our best and most popular treatments is the SkinBase Microdermabrasion facial. This amazing and pain free treatment uses a jet of tiny crystals to exfoliate the skin removing dead skin cells for a glowing youthful look. The treatment also stimulates collagen production meaning that skin will feel super soft and smooth (and your lovely mum may also feel ten years younger!). 

SkinBase Collagen Lift

Often likened to a hot stone massage because of the relaxing flow of this treatment, Collagen Lift uses a ceramic wand to massage the skin in circular motions. This action heats the skin to stimulate collagen production and realign elastin fibres to lift and tighten. Treatment can be carried out on the face and body so whichever area needs some attention we’ve got your mum covered!

SkinBase IPL ‘Intense Pulsed Light’

IPL is the all-rounder that can tackle a lot of common complaints! These include:

  • Hair reduction
  • Photo-rejuvenation
  • Acne treatment
  • Thread vein removal, 

The mighty power of this light treatment is very impressive and pain free. It’s the perfect gift for a mum that wants a treatment that goes a long way!

Ready to treat your mum this Mother’s Day? Find a SkinBase therapist near you. And hey, it might even be a good opportunity to book in and have some treatment at the same time!


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