SKINTYTE & LIGHT LIFT
This highly effective and targeted programme revitalises ageing skin at a molecular level to achieve clearer, smoother, younger skin. The potent combination of Forever Young BBL and SkinTyte target face and neck skin laxity by remodelling collagen. An ideal skin brightening solution for optimal clarity and radiance.
5 sessions Forever Young Broadband Light (BBL)
5 sessions SkinTyte Infrared Skin Tightening
5 24K Gold Revitalising Facial Masks
Total 5 sessions
1 session every 4 weeks
Each session begins with BBL followed by SkinTyte and a 24K Gold Revitalising Facial Mask
Best for those with active lifestyles and skin conditions associated with ageing and sun damage such as freckles, sunspots, melasma, broken capillaries, and fine lines
SkinTyte is also recommended for those with droopy eyebrows and eyelids, sagging skin and jowls, nasolabial lines (laugh lines), marionette lines (sad lines), and loose skin on the neck and décolletage
Forever Young BBL is a groundbreaking treatment that delivers visible light of various wavelengths to skin, and has been shown to alter the expression of genes associated with ageing, longevity, and increased lifespan. In a study conducted by Stanford University,* BBL treatments were found to restore the gene expression of aged skin to resemble young skin with greater elasticity and more ordered collagen deposition. Not only does skin feel smoother and look immediately more youthful, Forever Young BBL also provides essential, functional change to skin structures to better regulate ageing.
SkinTyte is a safe, effective, and non-invasive treatment that improves skin laxity from within. Utilising infrared light technology, SkinTyte deeply heats dermal collagen while keeping the skin cool and comfortable to stimulate regeneration of collagen. Clients can expect to experience tighter, firmer skin due to a renewed collagen foundation.
Each session concludes with a 24K Gold Revitalising Facial Mask to supplement renewed radiance and suppleness.
Chang A, Bitter P, et al. (2013). Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 133(2): 394–402.