The Blake and Butler Beauty Clinic is now offering a full range of skin treatments. Book now online or call the salon on 01904 625992
The Derma Pen (Microneedling)
The Derma Pen is a revolutionary micro needling device which aims to lift, tighten and rejuvenate skin. The Derma Pen is a motorised device that uses tiny needles to vertically pierce the skin to naturally stimulate collagen with minimal epidermal damage. Once the skin has been punctured, the body responds as if it has been injured which immediately kicks into the healing response. Within the healing response the body renews and produces new skin cells, which produces new collagen (which makes the skin look tighter and younger) and immediately plumps the skin.
What does it treat?
Acne, scars, dark spots, dark circles, crows feet, superficial wrinkles, fine lines,pigmentation, rosacea, stretch marks, uneven skin tone, skin texture, large pores and dull skin. It is also great for product absorption. As it opens the skin, specialist skin products containing vitamins can be directly absorbed into the skin.
LED Light Therapy
LED Light therapy is a great rejuvenating skin treatment that can help improve skin texture,appearance and condition. The opera face mask is used by some of Americas top facial experts. This exact device was used on Jessica Alba by her skin therapist.
The led light therapy involves a face steam and deep face cleanse to get rid of any bacteria in the skin. Also after the treatment a vitamin face mask will be applied to clients skin.
A chemical peel is a procedure used to improve the appearance of the skin on the face, neck or hands. A specialist solution is applied directly to the skin which chemically exfoliates and brightens the skin. The new, regenerated skin is usually clearer, smoother and plumper than the old skin. A chemical peel is a great treatment which brightens and reduces marks.
The most common type of milia removal is performed using a needle. Once the skin with milia has been cleaned, a sterile needle is then used to create a tiny incision in the skin covering the cyst. The contents of the milia are then carefully extracted so as not to cause any trauma to the skin.