ALLSKIN|MED and Microneedling
Firmer – Collagen Booster – Refining - Rejuvenating
- 1 hr1 hour
- 150 British pounds£150
- Bromley Road
Multiple superficial puncture wounds release growth factors that stimulate fibroblast cells, creating new collagen and elastin. This very simple procedure uses a leading skin remodeling device, the Filleron pen, to temporarily perforate the skin creating a gateway for the serums to penetrate the deeper layers of skin. This process also triggers a natural healing response stimulating production of collagen and elastin so skin returns to a healthier, more radiant youthful appearance. Includes an AHA mini peel, ampule containing growth factors and LED light therapy. This treatment uses ALLSKIN | MED, which is a brand of medically-led skincare products that are shaped by science. Combining the most sought-after evidence-based ingredients in dermatology with years of knowledge and experience, ALLSKIN | MED is the standout range in professional skin care that delivers results you will love. Products contains the patented technology SCA PRO, a protein which stimulates growth factor activity, the natural proteins within the skin that promote cell growth and repair. Growth factors, stimulate, or ‘wake up’ the fibroblast cells to start producing new collagen and elastin, and are clinically proven to enhance treatment results. Resulting in firmer skin with a reduction in fine lines, wrinkles, and redness. As we get older our fibroblast cells become lazy and go to sleep and no longer create new collagen, so these growth factors are needed to keep the skin looking youthful and radiant. This powerful ingredient is also proven to stimulate Hyaluronic acid meaning skin cells are more hydrated. ALLSKIN | MED also features other technologies and ingredients such as vitamin c, retinol complex called Retinsphere, AHA’s, an anti-pollution technology called E-defence and Fernblock to protect the skin from full spectrum of light including UVA, UVB, Visible light and Infrared A.
170 Bromley Road, Beckenham, UK