Remedy - Esthetics & Skin Specialist
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Add-on's

Dermaplaning

Dermaplaning is a physical form of exfoliation similar in theory to microdermabrasion. It requires the use of a sterile, surgical scalpel (not as scary as it sounds) to shave the skin's surface gently, removing the top layer of dead skin along with fine vellus hair/peach fuzz.

Casmara masks

These masks are formulated with seaweed extracts that provide a powerful hydrating effect, along with diverse active ingredients which are different depending on skin type and need. The Algae Peel-Off Facial Masks set on the skin lightly, with a pleasant pressure over the area applied, allowing penetration of the active ingredients applied during treatment as well as those inherent in the mask.

These masks can lower the temperature of the skin by up to 6-8 degrees, providing a drainage effect that reduces puffiness and dark circles under the eyes, as well as firming and toning the skin.

RED LIGHT THERAPY

Red and Infra-red Light Therapy works to rejuvenate skin for a brighter, fresher and healthier appearance. The light penetrates the skin and excites the cells, which stimulates collagen and elastin production. Red LED is also anti-inflammatory!

BLUE LIGHT THERAPY

This non-invasive treatment helps to minimise acne/breakouts. It is a blue light emitting diode (LED) that kills P-acne bacteria. The light also stimulates cells in your body that help with the healing process.

Facial Lymphatic drainage

If your lymphatic system isn’t in tip-top shape, it’ll show in your complexion. This add-on involves a suction cup that moves from the center line of the face towards the lymph nodes, with vacuum-and-release.

Microcurrent

Microcurrent is capable of facial stimulation, sending soft, gentle waves through the skin, tissues and down to the facial muscles. Microcurrent has been shown to stimulate ATP production. ATP is known as Adenosine triphosphate which drives the creation of key structural proteins, such as collagen and elastin, and is the biochemical way to store and use energy.

This increased ATP also energizes the facial muscles, similar to how exercise energizes the muscles of our bodies. Unlike anywhere else on the body, the facial muscles are directly connected to the skin, so the result of energizing the muscle is often an improved, lifted appearance.