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3 skin enhancing super facials to book now

Take skin to the next level with one of these advanced facial treatments performed by the best in the business…

Cellular Skin Boost

When Advanced Facialist Mariam Abbas created Cellular Skin Boost, she wanted to offer a treatment protocol that combined traditional holistic methods with effectiveness, to create a relaxing but most definitely results driven facial.

Mariam specialises in laser-focused skin rejuvenation–she is passionate about the care and repair of the stratum corneum to improve barrier function, ultimately enhancing the health and balance of the skin.

The five step facial has been designed to deliver total skin rejuvenation at a cellular level. The protocol blends traditional techniques with cutting edge technology to activate the lymphatic system for an extreme detox, banishing toxins and energising skin cells, while drenching the skin tissue in restorative antioxidants and hyaluronic acid for cell energy and health.

Cellular Skin Boost combines the Byonik Pulse Triggered Laser with Coolift Cryotherapy, and relaxing lymphatic drainage using an element of the HydraFacial device. Completely non-invasive, it includes a deep cleanse and a lifting massage, using traditional and hands-on techniques to restore lacklustre skin.

Tried and tested by EV, this is an excellent option for anyone looking for a relaxing treatment that wakes up and transforms the skin, with no downtime to factor in.

Book now: Mariam Abbas, The Clinic Holland Park, London

Glass Skin 

Looking to achieve a dewy glow? Inspiration for the Glass Skin facial treatment performed by the brilliant Dr Ivy, came from her many years of working in Asia where the concept first originated. Glass skin has been trending on social media for a while now, but this face treatment really does deliver enviably airbrushed results.

While this is most definitely a results driven treatment, it is not a ‘one size fits all’ approach, nor is it a facial in the true sense of the meaning–it works by cleverly layering injectables to give skin a glass-like finish. The products are administered using a mesotherapy technique: micro droplets of product are mixed together, along with polynucleotides.

Each of the elements serves a different purpose: botulinum toxin refines pores and gives a tightening effect, dermal filler hydrates and gives a plump, dewy look, while Ameela polynucleotides actively rejuvenate the skin, stimulating collagen and elastin production and bestowing a brightening, light reflecting effect.

 "I created Glass Skin by layering different types of injectables including skin boosters, botulinum toxin and dermal filler with strategic placement, to achieve an exceptionally smooth, radiant and luminous complexion, similar to that of "glass skin,” says Dr Ivy.

Results vary from patient to patient, but usually the toxin starts to wear off first in around three months (again this can depend on certain individual factors like the strength of the muscles). Ameela can stay in the skin for around 6-8 months, while dermal fillers can last for up to a year.

Book now: Dr Ivy at 111 Harley Street, London 

The London Pollution Protector 

This dermatology grade facial works by removing 'sticky' pollution leftovers not only from the skin’s surface, but also by gently flushing out the pores. The multi-step procedure includes a high-grade cocktail containing a powerful blend of numerous symbiotic antioxidants, put together by eminent Dermatologist Dr Stefanie Williams after extensive research.

The antioxidant blend performs a number of different tasks including protection from generations of so-called secondary free radicals (i.e. ´chain-reaction´ free radicals, which are produced by the initial free radicals), and stimulating the skin's own antioxidant pool, including some enzymatic antioxidants, whose molecular structure is too large to be able to penetrate from the outside.

In addition, the treatment includes key elements of Eudelo’s Dermatology Grade Facials™: advanced microdermabrasion, exfoliation, extractions, detoxing lymphatic drainage massage and increasing microcirculation with improved oxygen and nutrient supply to the skin. The treatment is completed with an oral dose of organic phycocyanin and polyphenol antioxidants, plus a host of other skin-boosting compounds.

“Spa and high street facials are mostly about massaging and hydrating the skin which usually includes cleansing, exfoliating and moisturising,” says Dr Williams. “It is very relaxing, but they won’t significantly affect skin biology and function, so don’t expect profound results.

“Dermatology grade facials combat a number of age-related concerns from irregular pigmentation and fine lines to a dull, sallow complexion, enlarged pores and environmental damage from urban pollution and sun. These facials have a general structure that is tailored to your skin’s needs, making them versatile and completely bespoke.”

Book now: Dr Stefanie Williams at Eudelo Skin Experience Centre, London

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