The Skinbooster is a relatively new skin rejuvenation treatment which is being requested by an increasing number of our clients. It is a treatment which uses micro-injections of a very soft hyaluronic acid to improve skin hydration, firmness and luminosity (glow). Skinboosters differ from regular fillers as they are extremely soft and work via biochemical properties. They reverse the skin aging process by reintroducing hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring sugar molecule which gives skin plumpness and hydration.
This procedure is carried out in our comfortable, relaxed and private clinic by a member of our fully qualified team. If you have any concerns, we are happy to consult with you in cofidence and talk you through the procedure.
Very few treatments can produce such a dramatic improvement in skin appearance and the Skinboosters are available to people of all skin types. Results are seen after one treatment.
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Bay Facial Clinic is proud to offer the latest in skin rejuvenation and skin remodelling treatments developed by Profhilo. This is a revolutionary, non-surgical skin laxity treatment used to address facial lines and wrinkles as well as improving tone, texture and hydration.
Profhilo is a versatile treatment which can be used for a variety of applications, including:
Overall Facial Rejuvenation
Sagging Neck Skin
Crepey Texture On Neck
For more information on our Skinbooster treatments, get in contact with us. We offer a free consultation to all customers.
I've done my lips with Olivia a few weeks ago and as it was my first time to do so, I was extremely nervous. All that stress was unnecessary! During the consultation, as well as right before the treatment, Olivia was very professional and explained me everything I had to know generally about the lip fillers and the injections she was using. The treatment itself didn't hurt me at all; was done quick and easy, and Olivia was very comforting during it, making sure that I am fine. I am very satisfied and definitely will come back to the Clinic for future treatments.