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collagen lift

What Can We Do About Sagging Skin?

If you’ve got to an age where you are starting to notice lines, wrinkles and sagging skin then our latest treatment Collagen Lift will suit you. It’s designed to lift, tighten and tone loose and sagging skin. It also stimulates new collagen production which is great for your skin’s appearance.

Non-surgical, non-invasive solution

If you don’t like the thought of using Botox injections or fillers, this treatment is the perfect solution. The Collagen Lift, or Facelift Facial as it’s known, uses radio frequency technology to stimulate collagen production.

Your technician will use a ceramic wand to painlessly heat the deeper levels of your skin. The heat works on the skin’s fibres which tighten up and reduces the sagging that occurs as we age and lose elastin.

At the same time, collagen production is given a boost so that your face regains lost volume. The treatment as we’ve said, isn’t painful. A Collagen Lift has been described as similar to a hot stones massage. That means you can relax during your sessions instead of being tense. 

As well as a facial treatment, you can use Collagen Lift session to treat all body areas including your décolleté, stomach, buttocks, thighs and arms. 

Course recommendation

We recommend you have a course of six sessions. You can have them once or twice a week. After that, a session once every 4 to 6 weeks will maintain the results.

You’ll notice your skin tightening up after your first session. Your skin will continue to improve for up to 3 months after you have finished your course and results last up to 2 years.

The treatment suits all skin types and colours. It’s suitable for anyone who wants firm, rejuvenated, fresh looking skin. Now you can have the skin you want without any pain.  

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