3 Treatments To Have Before A Special EventWednesday, August 14th, 2019 | Blog
Do you have a special event such as a wedding, big birthday occasion or anniversary in the future? Here are 3 treatments you might want to try beforehand so you can look and feel your beautiful best.
Laser hair removal
Laser hair removal has become increasingly popular since the Soprano lce Platinum was born, a technology which has reduced the risk of discomfort to virtually zero. It’s also now been FDA approved for use on all skin and hair types. Laser hair removal takes the hassle out of using razors, which can be a particular no-go for those with sensitive skin. It’s also time-saving, eliminating the nuisance of having to remove unwanted hair several times a week or even daily.
Combined with healthy clean eating habits and exercise, laser hair removal can help you look your best for your special occasion. Perhaps an even more important benefit, for many people, laser hair removal restores confidence and general wellbeing.
Chemical peels can be used to treat issues such as acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage and pigmentation. The concept is straightforward; the peel reacts with the top layer of the skin and causes it to come away to expose a smoother, blemish-free and healthy complexion. The treatment triggers a healing process where new cells are created and collagen production is stimulated, resulting in your skin looking rejuvenated and radiant.
There are several types of chemical peels, each targeting a specific issue such as those mentioned above and most options involve little or no downtime. We recommend that you contact us several weeks before your special event so that we can choose the most appropriate treatment type to suit you.
Botox for hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
If the special occasion in question happens to be one where the spotlight is shining on you for the day (you wedding for example!) then nerves may be taking their toll leading up to and on the day. For those who suffer from excessive sweating (this equates to a staggering 2 million people in the UK), occasions such as this can render the condition even worse.
One of the lesser well-known uses of Botox is indeed, to treat hyperhidrosis. The protein blocks signals to your sweat glands, resulting in less sweat being omitted. One of the common misconceptions about this treatment is that there is a ‘backlog’ of sweat and that after the 8 months that treatment has effect, a surge of sweat will occur. Please note that this is untrue! As mentioned, the sweat ceases to manifest due to the blocked messages to the glands.
Treatment for excessive sweating has changed lives and restored confidence in many affected people.
Feel confident and happy on your special day! For more information, you can contact us at here.