How to Get Party Perfect Skin This Season
With Christmas parties, New Year’s Eve and a full festive season ahead, now is the time to book your next skin treatment. For fresh party-ready skin, light chemical peels are perfect as they can revive dull and congested skin, leaving it glowing and radiant. Long term they can treat pigmentation, acne, fine lines and wrinkles, large pores and sun damage.
The Benefits of a Pre-Christmas Chemical Peel
- Exfoliates tired skin
- Treats sun damage caused over the summer months
- Stimulates production of new collagen, fibroblasts and elastin
- Leaves skin feeling fresh, clear and ready for the New Year
Plan, peel, party
With medium depth peels, such as our Jessners LA peel, it is always recommended to avoid scheduling within a week of a social event as the skin can take up to 10 days to heal depending on the depth of the peel. However, winter is the ideal time to start a series of light peels to lessen the risk of sun exposure. Light peels can smooth and brighten the skin, treat fine lines and acne, and require little or no recovery time – a perfect way to get that party glow.
Due to their prescription strength ingredients, chemical peels should only be performed by trained healthcare professionals such as nurses and doctors.
Your time to shine
To enhance the effectiveness of your peel, we recommend adding a session of Omnilux LED Light Therapy to your treatment. Omnilux harnesses the power of light to deliver safe, effective skin rejuvenation. It’s a totally painless and natural treatment that leaves the skin firmer, reduces pores and gives the face a fresh natural shine.
To book your pre-party treatments, get in touch today or give Cathy a call on 07856 127082.
Are you wondering what questions to ask before your cosmetic procedure? Important details can sometimes get overlooked in the excitement of getting a cosmetic treatment. To ensure you have all the information before undergoing any medical cosmetic treatment, use our question guide to avoid any nasty surprises.
Know the time frame
- How long does the procedure take?
- How long is the recovery period for this procedure?
- How long will the results last?
- When is the follow-up appointment?
Ask about the pain
- What pain/discomfort to expect during the procedure and during recovery?
- What types of pain-killers and aftercare products are recommended, if any?
Questions about recovery
- What are the aftercare instructions to follow, what activities to avoid and for how long?
- What to expect at the follow-up appointment for this cosmetic procedure?
Know the associated risks
- What are the most common complications and risks with this cosmetic procedure?
- How can these risks be minimised?
- What results can be realistically expected with this procedure?
- Is this the best cosmetic treatment for my intended results?
Only undergo cosmetic medical procedures once you are satisfied with the answers to all these questions. It is also important to find the right practitioner for your procedure as most injectable treatments require a medically qualified practitioner.
When choosing a cosmetic practitioner to perform any type of medical procedure, such as wrinkle relaxing injections or lip fillers, it’s important to know what to look for. Most injectable treatments should only be performed by medically qualified practitioners. For the best results, use our guide to find the right practitioner for you.
What qualifications to look for
For injectables and fillers, look for a medically-led clinic. The only practitioners qualified to prescribe and administer these types of treatments are independent nurse prescribers, doctors or dentists registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council, the General Medical Council or General Dental Council. Check memberships on websites.
Reviews and testimonials
When possible, it is advised to get recommendations from friends/family, otherwise look for reviews on Facebook, Google places and on the clinic’s website. Most practitioners will be able to show before and after pictures from the product’s supplier, however patient confidentiality may restrict the use of previous clients’ images.
The practitioner should offer a consultation at least two weeks prior to any procedure. During this session, you should not feel any pressure to go ahead with the procedure. Always be sure to give your complete medical history, including cold sores, to avoid any side effects of treatment. Remember to ask your practitioner about insurance coverage and their experience in administering the procedure. Be wary of special offers, as the results of any treatment will differ depending on the practitioner’s expertise. The cheapest price doesn’t always mean the best results.
The medical cosmetics industry is rapidly advancing. Choose a practitioner who has relevant training and regularly attends training updates and conferences.
Discover more about Cathy’s experience or simply book a consultation today to see if she can help you.