Ever passed by a coworker’s desk and seen a photo of last year’s holiday? It’s hard not to long for those warm days on the sand, but that’s probably not what you noticed most about the photo. The chances are great that you noticed how good her skin looked in all of those pictures. If you avoid hanging up your holiday photos because you’re worried about your skin, make a resolution to STOP! These treatments can help you dump those worries this year so you’ll finally have the holiday pics you’ve always wanted on your desk.
Dermapen Microneedling – If you’ve started to notice some acne scarring, you’re not along. As you age, your collagen production diminishes, and that can often cause acne scarring to appear that you didn’t notice before. This procedure can completely eliminate it. Designed to help promote collagen growth and skin tightening in various areas, it will help those acne scars to become far less noticeable
Cosmelan Depigmentation Peel – Brown spots, skin discoloration, or even hyperpigmentation due to hormones can be frustrating. When you’re not confident in your own skin, you’re not going to enjoy yourself on holiday, but lifting that pigmentation and keeping the pigment formation under wraps can happen with the help of this peel. Effective and safe, you’ll see results with just one treatment in as little as two weeks.
Spectra Carbon Peel – Tired of fighting those blemishes? Sick of your pores being a problem? The Spectra Carbon Peel is the perfect idea. A favourite of many celebs, it can either be a single treatment or a course package if you have a real problem on your hands. It’s painless, and there’s no downtime at all. Your skin will be smoother and brighter in no time at all.
You want the photos from your holiday to be as amazing as the experience itself. Book one of these treatments today to make that happen.
About Premier Laser
We have many years’ experience delivering first class hair removal and skin treatments in our laser skin clinics in London and Surrey. We have performed over 300,000 treatments and still counting.