Smooth skin

BI­JAN BEIGI looks at the lat­est skin re­ju­ve­na­tion tech­niques

EDP Norfolk - - Inside - Bi­jan Beigi

Bi­jan Beigi on the way to a per­fect epi­der­mis

MANY PEO­PLE want to im­prove the tex­ture of their skin to re­duce the signs of age­ing, scars or blem­ishes, and help to re­store a younger, fresher ap­pear­ance.

There are treat­ments such as chem­i­cal peels which work by re­mov­ing a layer of skin with a chem­i­cal prepa­ra­tion. How­ever, there are also less in­va­sive treat­ments that re­quire no re­cov­ery time and of­fer equally as im­pres­sive and in­stant re­sults.

For ex­am­ple here at the clinic our ex­pe­ri­enced qual­i­fied prac­ti­tion­ers of­fer smart peel mi­cro­der­mabra­sion which is a smooth and gen­tle ex­fo­li­a­tion that leaves the skin feel­ing deeply cleansed and soft.

The treat­ment be­gins by re­mov­ing the top layer of dead dor­mant cells with­out trau­ma­tis­ing the der­mal lay­ers us­ing the crys­tals and vacuum suc­tion. This helps to lighten dull, life­less skin and helps com­bat the age­ing process nat­u­rally.

We rec­om­mend com­bin­ing mi­cro­der­mabra­sion with Der­malux LED Pho­tother­apy; again a non-sur­gi­cal treat­ment that uses the power of nat­u­ral light to en­er­gise cell re­newal. The treat­ment is ab­so­lutely pain-free and is clin­i­cally proven as suit­able for all skin types as well as help­ing to re­verse the signs of age­ing.

Both of these treat­ments have huge ben­e­fits for ac­ne­prone skin, as deep ex­fo­li­a­tion re­moves ex­ces­sive se­bum to help clear clogged pores and re­duce break­outs whilst the LED tech­nol­ogy helps clear blem­ishes and heal sen­si­tive skin con­di­tions such as rosacea, acne, eczema and pso­ri­a­sis. Fur­ther reg­u­lar treat­ments can also im­prove the re­gen­er­a­tion and re­ju­ve­na­tion process to add a new vi­tal­ity that lasts long term.Š

“LED tech­nol­ogy helps clear blem­ishes and heal sen­si­tive skin con­di­tions such as rosacea, acne, eczema and pso­ri­a­sis”

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