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PRX-T33 peel facial

Are you in the look for a treatment that would make you look fresher and more youthful? This peel facial is certainly the answer.
If you want to firm and smooth fine lines and wrinkles on your face and décolletage, treat and prevent premature skin ageing, or improve common skin problems, such as acne, melasma (brown patches on the face) or other hyperpigmentation, nothing is more effective than our groundbreaking PRX-T33 Facial.

Our innovative PRX-T33 facial is a non-invasive treatment for men and women that diminishes the appearance of wrinkles, scarring and colour changes by delivering a potent, intensely hydrating gel deep into your epidermis. Afterwards, your skin looks visibly improved, plump and supple. Plus, the effects continue to work after you’ve left the clinic, stimulating collagen growth, the building block for dewy, younger-looking skin.

At the core of the PRX-T33 anti-ageing facial is a unique gel combining low concentration hydrogen peroxide – a naturally-occurring substance – and TCA (Trichloroacetic acid) commonly used in light chemical peels. It’s completely safe to use and is suitable for all age groups, from treating acne in young teenagers to reducing and preventing signs of ageing in the face, neck and breast skin for people in their thirties, forties and beyond.

The beauty of this cutting-edge facial is that it is completely needle-free – in fact, clients look forward to it because it’s relaxing – and there’s no downtime, so you can carry on with work, socialising or whatever else you had planned for your day.

Duration: 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Recommendations: 1 to  5 treatments every 2 to 3 weeks apart. 

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(inside CV Hair & Beauty)
57 Marchmont St, Bloomsbury,
London WC1N 1AP
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