Free mi­cro­der­mabra­sion with wrin­kle treat­ments

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Give your skin a treat

mi­cro­der­mabra­sion at Laser @ Pon­sonby & Green Bay.

For a lim­ited time you’ll re­ceive a com­ple­men­tary treat­ment when you spend $250 or more on Bo­tox or der­mal fillers.

Bo­tox and der­mal fillers are the most pop­u­lar cos­metic med­i­cal treat­ments world­wide for one good rea­son - they are easy and they work. No other treat­ment re­duces frown lines, crow’s feet and fore­head lines as eas­ily as Bo­tox. For deep lines, smok­ers lines and lip re­ju­ve­na­tion the ideal treat­ment is der­mal fillers.

Once what’s pa­tients see pos­si­ble with mod­ern wrin­kle treat­ment they want to know what else they can do to smooth fine lines and acne scar­ring, even up skin tex­ture or colour and to plump up the skin.

Mi­cro­der­mabra­sion im­proves skin with a com­bi­na­tion of vac­uum and fine di­a­mond chip abra­sion. It feels sooth­ing and com­fort­able and is med­i­cally proven to re­duce fine lines and scars, im­prove skin tex­ture and shrink and empty out clogged pores.

Best re­sults oc­cur with a course of six treat­ments one or two weeks apart, and the ben­e­fits can be main­tained with fur­ther treat­ments ev­ery month or two.

It’s the re­sults which make mi­cro­der­mabra­sion the most pop­u­lar cos­metic pro­ce­dure in the USA af­ter Bo­tox.

To ex­pe­ri­ence th­ese re­sults for your­self sim­ply spend at least $250 on Bo­tox or der­mal fillers at Laser @ Pon­sonby & Green Bay dur­ing the month of July and you’ll re­ceive a free deluxe mi­cro­der­mabra­sion treat­ment val­ued at $100.

Win­ter is also the per­fect time for laser hair re­moval as well as laser and in­jec­tion vein treat­ments so you’ll be ready when sum­mer comes around again.

Call 3604078 for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion and to book your treat­ment.

Spe­cial treat­ment: Fully trained ther­a­pist, Rachel Jones, demon­strates mi­cro­der­mabra­sion. Re­ceive a com­ple­men­tary treat­ment when you spend $250 or more on Bo­tox or der­mal fillers.

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