Gwyneth Paltrow is known for her fabulous skin. Aged 41, there’s barely a line in sight and she’s been very clear about having stayed away from surgery.
While she advocates the natural and organic approach in her diet, Gwyneth as confessed to having an advanced and sophisticated regime of professional skin treatments with facials every few weeks, which includes facial peels, laser and microdermabrasion exfoliating treatment.
She told Hello! Magazine that she’s a fan of Thermage radiofrequency treatment in particular, saying:
‘It’s non-invasive but it’s quite painful, like having your face smacked with a rubber band that has an electric shock in it. But it works’
Thermage and works using radiofrequency to reach down into the lower layers of the skin, where it works to build up a thicker and stronger layer of collagen. Boosting collagen production in the deep layers of the skin makes it appear firmer, tighter and more youthful.
Treatment is so effective at diminishing fine lines that it has even been dubbed the ‘face ironing treatment’.
This fabulous A-list treatment is available at Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre in Hardingstone, Northamptonshire.
Does it hurt?
Patients at the clinic don’t find it too uncomfortable, as a cooling spray is automatically applied before, during and after each application of energy to protect the skin surface and for the patient’s comfort. When the energy is applied, those having the treatment describe an intense but brief heating sensation which quickly passes.
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre offer a free consultation for patients to discuss their treatment options in confidence and without any obligation.
The clinic aims to offer patients the widest choice of non-surgical and laser skin treatments in the area and invest in the latest technology to offer patients choices to suit their skincare needs. As well as radiofrequency, the clinic also offers PRP, LED and a wide range of other advanced skin treatments.
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