VITAMIN C INFUSION FACIAL
Whiten, brighten, and lighten your complexion with this Vitamin C Infusion facial. Using medical grade vitamin C, this facial also helps defend against hamrful free radicals, boost collagen, and reduce brown spots.
||90mins||No Downtime||Extraction Facial|
|$288 NETT||Manual Facial||Available at All Outlets|
- Brightens dull skin
- Evens out skin tone
- Reduce appearance of hyperpigmentation
- Firms up skin
- Shields skin from pollutants and free radicals
- Improves skin hydration
- Heals skin damage and prevents future skin inflammation
HOW IT WORKS
|After a welcome head massage, the treatment starts with a double cleanse to free the skin of the day’s build up.|
|A mechanical exfoliator is used to slough away dead skin cells and soften the skin for extraction.|
|Next, with the skin softened and ready, skin congestion is expertly and appropriately extracted.|
|Vitamin C infusion|
|Medical grade vitamin C serum is applied and massaged into skin.|
SkinLab's Vitamin C Infusion facial lasts for 90 minutes.
There is no downtime and is unlikely to have any side effects.
The Vitamin C Infusion Facial has a high safety profile and can be enjoyed with other common topical anti-ageing agents such as sunscreens, tretinoin, other antioxidants, and alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs). It is also suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women, and especially beneficial for individuals looking to:
- brighten dull skin
- lighten unwanted spots or hyperpigmentation
- even out skin tone
- firm up and rejuvenate skin
- heal and protect skin from environmental stresses and inflammation
It is unsuitable for individuals:
- who have medical conditions affecting the skin
- who have an infection, tumour, or wound that has not fully healed in the treatment area
You can enjoy the Vitamin C Infusion facial once every 3-4 weeks.
Follow proper homecare advice customised by our therapists. As a general rule of thumb, we always recommend adequate sun protection.
For the sole benefit of your skin, topical sources of vitamin C is hands-down better than consumables.
This is because the absorption of ingested vitamin C, even with a high dosage, is finite. This means the resulting bioavailability of vitamin C is inadequate in the skin. Comparatively, topical vitamin C performs significantly better.
But not all topical Vitamin Cs are made equal. Vitamin C is highly unstable on its own, and will oxidise easily. The oxidised form, Dehydro Ascorbic Acid (DHAA), imparts a yellow colour to the skin when applied. This is why it’s important to take note of the shelf life of topical Vitamin C products.