DIAMOND CLEAR FACIAL
The diamond skin clear facial will make you feel a million dollars. It is a luxurious treatment designed to deeply exfoliate your skin by removing layers of dead cells. It leaves your face feeling polished, due to the removal of vellus hair; also known as peach fuzz, aswell as flushing out toxins, increasing natural collagen and stimulating the cell turnover cycle.
It combines multiple, individual treatments, meaning this procedure is amazing value for money. These treatments include: a deep cleanse, dermaplaning, microneedling, a gold collagen face mask and a lymphatic facial massage.
How will this treatment help me?
- Reduces the appearance of scars, including those caused from acne.
- Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Increases the absorption of topical facial products.
- Improves skin tone and poor pigmentation.
- Provides a smoother appearance.
- Provides a brighter complexion and more youthful glow.
- Helps reduce blackheads and large pores.
- Provides an amazing surface for flawless makeup application.
How long will this treatment last?
The complete skin cycle lasts for 28 days on average, meaning this procedure should be repeated every 4-6 weeks for optimal results.
Does this treatment hurt?
You may feel no pain at all to mild discomfort with this treatment.
Is this treatment suitable for me?
Certain skin conditions including acne, Rosacea or dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin may mean you are not suitable for the treatment. Please be aware that if you are prone to out breaks of cold sores, this treatment may not be suitable for you. Please contact the clinic if you wish to discuss contra-indication related to this treatment in more detail.
Cheshire Aesthetic Lounge Terms & Conditions:
A deposit will be taken for all bookings. Deposits are non-refundable if appointment is cancelled or changed within 48hours of appointment slot. All gift vouchers are redeemable within 12 months of purchase. Only one offer redeemable per treatment. No children allowed into treatment rooms and therefore a chaperone is required at all times to supervise children in the reception area.