Who doesn’t want to emerge from lockdown looking fresh, bright and well-rested? After months spent inside, the prospect of a buzzing social calendar has many thinking about their favourite beauty treatments.
Post-lockdown facial treatments are set to be high on the agenda come April 12th, as we bid farewell to the dull skin and tired eyes we’ve acquired over the past year. But, what about body sculpting treatments?
A laser treatment for skin may sound a little bit ‘sci-fi’, but there’s nothing fictional about its cutting-edge results. In fact, a facial laser is able to treat all manner of skin concerns, from acne scarring to sun damage.
We’re in ‘the month of love’ and, this year, it’s all about loving yourself. After all, who doesn’t need a little extra TLC in 2021? That’s why, this Valentine’s Day, there’s no better gift than a beauty treat from you to you – whether it’s an at-home kit of skincare must-haves or an A-list-loved facial at the clinic.
Last year, over one million people – all tired of waxing, plucking and shaving – booked in for laser hair removal to zap unwanted hair for good. When it comes to getting silky-smooth, fuzz-free skin, there’s no longer-lasting, more effective treatment. No wonder, then, that next-gen lasers are proving so popular.
Cast your mind back to 2013. An Instagram photo of a smiling Kim Kardashian, with blood spattered over her skin, was making headlines across the globe.
While skincare can go a long way in boosting radiance or treating a breakout, no cream can match the potent plumping powers of cosmetic injections.
We’re all on a quest for glowing skin. The kind you get after a two-week yoga retreat or a far-flung getaway that involves little more than lounging on a white, sandy beach.
Every 15 seconds. That’s how often a HydraFacial is carried out globally, making it one of the most popular beauty treatments in the world.