|By PR Newswire||
|December 1, 2012 06:19 AM EST||
MANCHESTER, England, Dec. 01, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Everyone wants to look their best for the Christmas party season and with non-surgical treatments becoming ever more popular in our beauty regimes, there are many ways to ensure you feel at your most confident during the busiest party season in the calendar.
One month to go
A month before the festive party season is an ideal time to get a facial peel for fresh, youthful skin.
Skin can become clogged with dead skin cells, making it look dull and lifeless - especially during the winter months. Facial peels are a deep form of exfoliation to remove the dead skin and improve skin tone and texture and gently remove the outer layer of skin to reveal softer, healthier and smoother-looking skin.
Dermaroller treatment at Transform is - an innovative therapy involving tiny micro-medical needles on the skin to encourage regeneration and repair - leaves skin smoother, brighter, healthier and younger-looking and should be carried out at least four weeks ahead of parties to ensure maximum effect. This therapy can help a multitude of skin imperfections such as lines, wrinkles, sun damage, pigmentation, acne scars and stretch marks. A full course of treatments is recommended for best results.
Three weeks to go
IPL laser skin rejuvenation uses Intense Pulsed Light to treat various skin conditions and generally improve skin tone and texture.
This treatment can be used on the face to minimise fine lines, wrinkles, improve skin tone and texture, lift and hydrate skin and even out pigmentation. Dramatic results can often be seen within a relatively short period of time making it a perfect pre-party season treatment.
Two weeks to go
Anyone who would like a quick and effective treatment to refresh the skin and ensure it is glowing and fresh for the office Christmas party would benefit from a one-off microdermabrasion treatment.
Using a unique diamond chip wand, the practitioner applies tiny rough grains to polish the surface layer of the skin. The exfoliation helps remove dead skin cells to improve the skin's texture and reveal a healthy, glowing complexion and the treatment itself takes about 45 minutes
Lines and wrinkles on the face are a party season 'no no' and can be easily treated.
One of the most popular pre-party season treatments for women to have at Transform are Botox injections, which can helps to soften from lines and crow's feet.
The treatment usually only takes 25 minutes, depending on the areas being treated.
Botox is also commonly used around this time of year to treat excessive sweating - ensuring there are no unsightly sweat marks on your favourite party dress. The treatment known as Hyperhidrosis is extremely effective and can last up to 4 months.
A week to go
To ensure your Christmas photo is as dazzling as possible, you need a gleaming white smile. Brightening up your teeth can be done a week before the Christmas party season as there is no recovery time needed and the results will still be striking and effective - perfect for the many cheesy Christmas photographs!
To book a free consultation to discuss surgical procedures such as breast enlargement or non-surgical treatments, request a free brochure or find your nearest clinic please call Transform on 0500 20 20 20 or visit www.transforminglives.co.uk.
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