Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Bazaar Aesthetics -


GLO LASER CEN­TRES CO- FOUNDER, ERIN SANDRAL The key to laser is ed­u­ca­tion. What isn’t talked about of­ten enough is the dif­fer­ence in how lasers can be used and how much tech­no­log­i­cal ad­vance­ment has been made since the old days when they first ar­rived in the beauty space. They are now far be­yond what peo­ple’s gen­eral—some­times out­dated—views are. De­bunk­ing the myth. There is a wide and in­cor­rect per­cep­tion that lasers have to cause da­m­age to the skin in or­der to be ef­fec­tive. This sim­ply isn’t the case. In­tel­li­gent touch. Lasers can be used in a non­in­va­sive way, which by­passes the outer layer of the skin, and works from un­der­neath to do all the good work. It doesn’t have to be painful, cause down­time, and break the skin. The right laser can be in­cred­i­bly ef­fec­tive at re­vers­ing the signs of sun da­m­age and age­ing without any of the scary stuff! The fu­ture of fa­cial. The ef­fec­tive­ness of laser on skin con­cerns has been clin­i­cally proven time and time again, and I be­lieve that be­fore long, the laser fa­cial may well re­place the tra­di­tional fa­cial for many con­sumers out there. It’s a way to achieve what you want without harsh chem­i­cals be­ing in­gested or ap­plied to the skin. l Erin San­dra

Erin Sandral work­ing her magic

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