SKIN RE-JUVENATION

RegenerationSkin re-juvenation is really regeneration, removing the old and dead top layers of skin cells it exposes the new younger fresher cells encouraging new growth with firmer skin and a more radiant fresher skin tone. If you combine this with a vitamin application called mesotherapy you will get astounding results that you and your friends will instantly notice.

The treatment to remove old cells can be anything from light exfoliation all the way through to a heavier and more substantial peeling process.

At HB Health we provide you with guidance, choice and most of all the highest level of expertise in getting the results which suit you best.

The three effective processes for fantastic results which we strongly recomend are:

  • Microdermabrasion
  • Peeling
  • Mesotherapy

Microdermabrasion

As the names suggests this process utilises an abrasive method that physically rubs the older dead skin away revealing younger cells beneath. Taking normally 20 to 40 minutes , after just one treatment results are immediately visible and have no longer term side effects. It is suitable to have done if you are considering going out on an occasion.

We recomend and use a natural salt as the abrasive material followed with a soothing gel mask to cool and re-moisturise the upper dermis layers to leave a rejuvenated glowing complexion

Tip: For best results book a course and receive a discount.

Peeling

Skin peeling involves an application of a chemical or fruit solution of varying strengths to sun-damaged, unevenly pigmented, and finely wrinkled facial areas. The procedure is meant to diminish imperfections by peeling away the skin’s top layers. It has proven to be a very popular non surgical cosmetic procedure. The depth of peeling action may also depend on factors such as how long solutions remain on the skin and whether they are lightly applied, or more heavily or vigorously applied.

The practioner will select the best chemical or chemical mix for the individual patient. A solution is applied—using a sponge, cotton pad, cotton swab or brush—to the areas to be treated (or the entire face, avoiding the eyes, brows and lips). Generally, the most superficial peels are those using alpha hydroxy acids (AHA), such as glycolic, lactic or fruit acid. Various concentrations of an AHA may be applied weekly or at longer intervals to obtain the best result.

Depending on the strength of treatment selected , there will be short term peeling over several days following treatment as the old skin comes away, similar to peeling from sun burn. This treatment would not be appropriate if you wanted to look your best before going to a special event within a few days of the treatment.