Collagen Facial Treatment

Radio Frequency at New Dawn Boutique

Radio frequency ‘collagen facial treatment’ is fast becoming the popular treatment for staying young, with celebrities like like Angelina Jolie and Amanda Holden choosing this instead of using botox.

So what is radio frequency?

Radio frequency facials are the ultimate non-invasive treatment, used to effectively reverse the signs of ageing and tighten sagging, loose skin and wrinkles.

At some time the tell-tale signs of ageing are going to sneak up on you, eyebrows start to droop, lines become more prominent, (we tell ourselves they are just laughter lines), the jaw line starts heading south and we look older than we feel.

In a desperate bid to turn back time many of us stock our shelves with expensive creams we see advertised promising to make us look 10 years older, but rarely do they deliver, rather leave us disappointed with large dent in our bank balance.

In desperation, many men and women opt for even more expensive anti-ageing solutions, such as Botox, fillers and painful surgery. All of which come with dangerous side effects and, in some instances fatal consequences.

Collagen Facial Treatment

Now there is an alternative to all of this; the radio frequency facial is a fantastic alternative for women and men who want to grow old gracefully without going under the surgeon’s knife and looking as if they have been in a wind tunnel!

collagen facial treatment

This treatment lifts and tightens the skin by passing radio frequency waves through the dermis; by doing so, we break down old fragile collagen causing new collagen to regrow thus lifting and tightening the skin.

This also gives the skin an improved and fresh appearance. The treatment uses an electrode that are gently massaged onto the skin giving you a warm, relaxing sensation whilst sending radio frequency waves deep into the dermis to reactivate the generation of collagen (see image below).

Book a course of Collagen Facial Treatment now and save £115…

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