Sally Dos recommends her favourite Winter treatmentJuly 25, 2017
Sally’s vast experience comes from working in the health and beauty industry. Her years of experience combined with the continuous training and skills developed at Rejuvenation Clinics of Australia means that Sally is fully equipped to provide you with expert treatment advice!
Q & A with Sally:
What is your favourite Winter treatment to have and why?
My favourite Winter treatment would have to be Deep Rejuvenation Laser toning. The treatment works to create rejuvenated, flawless skin. It works to improve:
- Redness and Rosacea
- All scars from fresh surgical scars to keloid and hypertrophic scars
- Large pores
- Uneven texture
- General pigmentation
- Also general redness on the décolletage
How does it work?
It delivers repeated high energy microsecond high-peak-power pulses to the skin, targeting and heating multiple layers of the dermis and epidermis.
By gently heating the upper dermis well below your skin’s surface, Deep Rejuvenation Laser Toning stimulates collagen growth to reduce the appearance of pores and textural imperfections. Heat is also generated in dilated capillaries to
How does it feel/ treatment experience?
The treatment feels like a warm sensation on the skin, it’s non invasive and not painful.
Is there downtime? Why is Winter the BEST time to have this treatment?
There is no downtime with this treatment, it’s a walk in walk out procedure. I love this treatment for Winter as it improves skin texture and makes it look more radiant throughout the colder months. It’s also a good one to have during Winter because it is best to stay out of the sun pre and post treatment due to temporary sensitivity.
What results can be expected?
You can expect to see subtle yet consistent results after each treatment. We always recommend a package of at least 6 treatments to produce a realistic improvement in all of the conditions it treats.
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