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Treatment Spotlight: Enzyme Facials

WHAT DO ENZYME FACIALS INVOLVE?

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CIT + PRP Explained

The Vampire Facial quickly took the world by storm after Kim Kardashian posted a photo of her of her face speckled with blood a few years ago.

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The 10 Must-Try Skin Trends of 2018

The end of the year is fast approaching, but it doesn't mean it’s too late to give your skin regime an overhaul. We have compiled our top 10 trends from this year that you need to try.

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How much SPF do I really need?

Sun protection is becoming a greater focus for many Australians. However, so much conflicting information makes it hard to to know when to apply and which product is needed.

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3 Skin Myths Busted

From exfoliating and cleansing to in-clinic treatments- this week’s topic is all about busting those skincare myths!

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What is EpiGenetics?

We all know genetics are the blueprint for how we look. But what if we could influence our genes to combat skin concerns such as ageing, pigmentation and sun damage?

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Your Most Common Skin Concerns Solved

Goodbye sunshine, hello dry, damaged skin! With Winter approaching, your skin may be feeling dehydrated, rough and dull from the effects of artificial heating and cool winds. If you feel like your complexion could do with a bit of a “pick-me-up”, we can help you find the perfect solution.

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The Pro-Ageing Concept - Enhancing Your Natural Beauty

You may be wondering what a “pro-ageing” facial is, as facials are most commonly referred to as “anti-ageing”. Previously known as the “Anti-ageing Medi-facial”, we decided to flip the concept on its head and take a more positive approach to age management. Why can’t we embrace ageing, and do it

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What Is Corneotherapy?

If you suffer from dry, red, itchy, irritated or inflamed skin, you may have seen your GP or a pharmacist for a solution.  A common outcome is to be prescribed a topical pharmaceutical cream that is often based on steroids or cortisone and no doubt packed-full of preservatives, fragrances and

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