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You can book a facial again today in England

After nearly 5 months, our SkinBase therapists in England can finally begin to offer facial treatments again.  We’ve seen some fantastic results from a range of SkinBase body treatments recently but we are excited to start seeing all the amazing facial transformations again. So what are the SkinBase Facials?

Microdermabrasion

The original SkinBase treatment and still a firm favourite thanks to the fantastic results!

How does it work?

During treatment, tiny crystals gently exfoliate the skin. The SkinBase microdermabrasion machine works using vacuum pressure. The machine draws the crystal, under suction, through a small hole in the handpiece and over the skin. This exfoliates the outer layer of skin, at the same time sucking away the loosened dead skin and used crystals.Regular sessions of Microdermabrasion work to gently remove the dead skin cells from your face and clear blocked pores. If you continue to have 3 to 4 sessions a month, over time your skin will continually look better. It evens out your skin tone, removes dark spots and improves fine lines and wrinkles. During a course of Microdermabrasion facials, your blood circulation will get a boost and so will collagen production. Your skin will be firmer and more hydrated, meaning you look younger and fresher.

Collagen Lift Radio Frequency Treatments

Collagen keeps skin plump and firm, but the body produces less each year causing skin to lose its elasticity as we age. Fine lines and wrinkles begin to form and skin begins to sag. Collagen Lift ™ helps by stimulating the body’s own natural production of collagen and elastin to reverse the effects of skin ageing – and it’s seriously effective!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.

IPL Photorejuvenation

Photorejuvenation stimulates the body to heal and create new collagen. Hence the appearance of what we call ‘Photodamage’ (ageing caused by UV such as pigmentation and fine lines and wrinkles) is improved. A course of SkinBase photorejuvenation facials will result in a fresher, healthier appearance of the skin. The treatment is perfect for fine lines and wrinkles and those seeking minimal ‘downtime’ from their skin treatments. Photorejuvenation is great for treating sun-damaged skin. Therefore, sun damage on face, hands, neck and chest are the most typical areas of treatment for photorejuvenation.

IPL for Vascular Lesions

Treat thread veins, rosacea and cherry angiomas with IPL. Small blood vessels trapped near the surface of the skin are the cause of these skin issues and can have a really negative effect on body confidence. SkinBase IPL targets these issues by causing controlled damage to the blood vessels, which stimulates the body’s healing responses. When the body identifies the damaged vessels, it will naturally remove them, revealing healthy, flawless skin.

IPL Permanent Hair Reduction

Using specialised light filters to deactivate the hair follicles, IPL is a fuss-free, permanent hair reduction option. All you have to do is turn up for your treatments, and the expertly trained therapist will use a specialised handset to shine pulses of light into your skin  – it’s as simple as that. It’s the perfect choice if you want to enjoy fuzz-free skin without hassle, ingrown hairs or inconvenient upkeep. 

IPL for acne

Many people are left feeling lost after unsuccessfully trying an array of creams and lotions to treat acne. IPL is a great option for people with acne and works in three different ways.
  1. The first is that it destroys bacteria on the skin. Whilst the underlying causes of acne vary from person to person, the cysts and blemishes themselves cannot happen without an influx of acne-causing bacteria. By destroying these bacteria, IPL removes one of the main culprits of acne.
  2. The second way that IPL targets acne is that it prevents the over-production of sebum. The acne-causing bacteria feed on the sebum, and the sebum itself is what gets trapped in the pores to cause spots, so by reducing the amount of sebum being produced, it becomes more difficult for spots to form.
  3. Finally, IPL dramatically reduces inflammation and stimulates collagen production, which means that red, angry spots are minimised and scarring is reduced, for a greatly improved skin texture.

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