What is the illumiFacial®

March 13, 2023
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With illumiFacial® you will no longer need to apply a filter. Together we can rejuvenate, enhance, and illuminate your skin’s natural beauty.

• Proven safety record
• Dramatically improve skin tone and appearance
• Help your skin look and feel its best
• World-leading technology

How does the illumiFacial® treatment work?

The illumiFacial® is a 4-stage treatment
Step 1: Cleanse
Step 2: Tri-Fruit Acid Peel
Step 3: Lynton IPL
Step 4. Hydrate and protect with a trio of serums

What does the treatment feel like?

illumiFacial® is a very quick, comfortable treatment which is designed to provide you with ‘optimum skin health’. Some people will feel a slight tingling sensation when the fruit peel is first applied, but it very quickly subsides. The IPL aspect of this treatment can sometimes be mildly uncomfortable - most people describe the discomfort as feeling ‘warm’ and ‘like a quick pinprick’, all of which is very tolerable.

How many sessions will I need?

The number of treatments required varies. Results can be seen after just one session. However, a minimum of 3 and up to 6 treatments, at 4-6 week intervals, deliver the best results, depending on the skin concern.

Who is suitable for treatment?

Treatment is perfect for anyone whose skin exhibits congestion, discolouration and visible signs of ageing. This treatment will improve the appearance, texture and health of your skin.

What should I expect after illumiFacial®?

You may experience a superficial tingling feeling on the skin and you may see a darkening of pigmented spots before they flake away. This means the treatment has worked, providing you with a more even, flawless and brighter skin tone. Following your treatment, you will notice clearer, healthier skin and you will also experience an ongoing improvement to the firmness and plumpness of your skin. This is because new collagen is stimulated deep within the skin tissue in the months after treatment.

Call us to book your free consultation and patch test.