Another month of lockdown completed, thankfully time does seem to be going quite quickly. I've been doing lots of little jobs around the house and the sunshine has definitely helped, hasn't it!
Returning to work
I'm hoping that I can start pampering you all again from Tuesday 7th July, this is obviously dependant on Government guidelines. Keep your fingers crossed and I'll let you know if this date is pushed back further.
All current bookings after 7th July will go ahead as planned. If you don't have an appointment then get in touch and I'll do my best to squeeze everyone in.
If you have an appointment with me but start showing any of the Coronavirus symptoms then please let me know and I'll re-arrange your appointment. I want to keep myself, and all of my customers as safe as possible.
Let's talk SKIN NEEDLING
Skin needling also known as dermal rolling, has been the talk of the town over the last few years. People swear by it, but what does needling do and what can it treat?
The treatment involves the use of micro needles on a medical grade pen. The pen is moved over the skin to create tiny punctures in the skin, causing minimal damage.
The minor injury triggers a “wound healing” response in the skin. The results increase the collagen and elastin production.
What can needling treat?
Fine line and wrinkles
The treatment stimulates collagen production, improves skin texture and tone and gives you that all around healthy glow.
How often should I get a needling treatment?
On average I would suggest between 3-6 treatments in total, with each treatment spaced 4-6 weeks apart.
If you would like more information on skin needling or any other treatments I offer please get in touch.