Monday, December 19, 2016

Hydrafacial (2) + Laser

Hi ladies, its another beauty post today! 


Not sure if you have read about my first Hydrafacial treatment with @wellnesssuite but I've been a fan ever since! Feel free to read about it here if you haven't (: 


I've done the Hydrafacial for quite a number of times now and I love how it deeply exfoliates and cleanses the skin improving congested pores. 
This treatment also brightens my skin, clearing up uneven skin tone at the same time! 

There are basically 4 steps to the Hydrafacial: 
1) Cleansing & Exfoliating
2) Acid Peel
3) Extraction 
4) Hydration


This is my beauty therapist working the vortex-fusion tool that infuses an antioxidant and collagen rich serum (4th step) into the skin to promote elasticity and hydration - This is my favourite step because it is cooling and feels so good as my therapist gently massages the serum on my skin.

My skin got a little more sensitive recently so there was a little bit of redness from the exfoliation and extraction but it cleared up after the treatment was completed. 


In fact, the redness started disappearing when the collagen mask was applied. 


About 3 months back I had a terrible break out on my face, leaving behind blemishes and bumps. 


Dr Yong suggested that I go for laser treatment to lighten those blemishes and this is where he usually does the treatment.


Laser treatment uses short pulses of light to reach deeply into the skin's top layer. 
There was pain and discomfort at the more sensitive areas like upper lips and nose but other than that, this treatment is rather bearable. 


After 2 treatments, the scar has greatly lightened and is smaller than before!  

So pleased with the results, you girlies have to try to believe it :D 

Quote my name for the All Skin Laser + IPL combo at SGD70 (UP SGD600) 
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