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Skincare treatments: skin tightening and skin analysis

Skin is amazing. It’s the largest organ of the human body, accounting for around 16% of your body weight and can be as thick as 4mm on the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet, or as thin as 0.5mm on your eyelids. It provides your body with a tough physical barrier against the sun, infection and other damage, regulates your body temperature, and has pressure and pain sensors. It really does look after you, so isn’t it right that you use skincare treatments to look after it?

What Skincare treatments are there?

Skin analysis

As you age, your skin changes texture, so it’s important to understand what’s happening so you can make an informed decision about what to do about it and what, if any skincare treatments that you could have. At The Skin To Love Clinic, skin analysis is free of charge. Here’s a short film which explains a bit more about it.

Click here to watch the video on Youtube or click below…


Thermage skin tightening

It’s an inevitable part of ageing that our skin becomes less elastic and radiant than it was when we were in our 20s. However, there are plenty of skincare treatments which can help restore the skin without resorting to surgery, and in this video we introduce our non-invasive alternative to a face lift. Thermage CPT (Comfort Pulse Technology) can be used on the body, the face and even on the inner orbit of the eye, to tighten up the skin in order to give it more definition. It’s the only FDA approved device which has been approved for all three areas. It’s effective for any age, although older and looser the skin may need more than one treatment.

To see how it works, Click here or watch the video below

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