Sunday, 20 November 2011

The Philips ReAura Laser Skin Rejuvenation

 A Very exciting new product released in September 2011 is the Philips ReAura Laser Skin Rejuvenation System.

Based on Fraxel laser technology,which is widely used by Dermatalogists to combat lines,wrinkles,skin pigmentation and sun damage,Fraxel is said to be one of the most effective non-surgical anti-ageing treatments,but,can cost up to £4000 for a full face treatment.
  The ReAura uses a similar technology to Fraxel but at a lower strength making it safe for use as a home treatment.
  The ReAura uses thousands of microscopic laser beams which pass down into the epidermis and the dermis triggering a cell renewal process which in turn means that the new skin cells containing more collagen help to plump out the skin reducing fine lines and pigmented skin cells are pushed out of the skin giving a more even skintone.WOW!

TheVisible Results taken from the Philips website Here

81% of users saw a reduction in fine lines over a 12 week treatment.

83% of user saw a more even skintone over a 12 week treatment

86% of users saw an improvement in smoothing the skin texture over a 12 week treatment.

These visible results photographs are pretty impressive I think.

 Along with the ReAura Laser Device there is a laser peformance gel to be applied to the skin before using the laser and a laser aftercare complex to be applied to the skin after treatments.The laser is to be used twice a week for eight weeks on one area-The face,hands,neck or decolletage before moving onto the next area.
 Philips also offer a personalised treatment plan with online support and before you start treatment  a trained skincare consultant will assess you, your skintype and treatment goals and will explain the ReAura to you fully.They will then give you a phone number for telephone support too.
 This really does sound amazing and if the pictures are anything to go by it looks amazing too.
 At £799 the ReAura is pricey but if it can deliver results like those shown it would surely be worth the investment?!?
Available online at SpaceNK Here

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