Thursday, 6 November 2014

Hydra Facial at Beverly Hills Aesthetic clinic

Hi Beauties!

So as you all know I've been made Brand Ambassador for the recently opened and wonderful Beverly Hills clinic on Al Wasl rd in Jumeriah.
I really liked the clinic the first time I visited for the launch, its vibrant colours and friendly staff definitely help. But also I always look at the cleanliness of places I visit, especially where Aesthetics are involved, not that I have anything done but its very important in my view, and the BH centre is spotless!

For my first treatment to review I had the Hydra facial. When I visited for the launch I had the skin analysis done and again had it reviewed ready for the treatment.
I've had a little bump on my forehead for a long time now and never really knew what it was, but Dr. Sattouf straight away told me it was originally an enlarged pore that has filled with sebum and fatty tissue and said she was going to remove this for me by piercing it with a tiny needle and removing the contents & to my delight its gone! I was immediately impressed.

When then proceeded with the Hydrafacial, which in total took around 45 minutes.
It combines a spa treatment with advanced medical technology, rejuvenating and protecting your skin. It is a non-invasive, non-surgical procedure that delivers instant results with no discomfort or downtime.

Dr. Sattouf uses the hydrafacial machine which has a wand like tip throughout the facial & starts off with a cleanse and exfoliation, in which dead skin cells are removed to reveal healthy new ones.
Then the next step is the acid peel, which I was a little worried about but didn't actually feel a thing at all. The Dr. analysises your skin to see how long she should perform this step for and as I have quite sensitive skin, it wasn't to long.

An added extra, which is applied here is a mask which is left on for 15 minutes, which helps to repair the skin and combat fine lines/wrinkles.

Lastly, using a vortex suction to clean out pores and perform any extractions then lastly antioxidants and hyaluronic acid are applied to the skin to help nourish and protect.


I could instantly see a difference in my skin & Dr. Sattouf told me to be careful in the sun for the rest of the day and to wear sunscreen.
The price of a Hydra facial is 450aed and if you have the mask and infra-red lamp is 750aed.








Hope I don't look to scary with my mask on!!

Love Laura xxx



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