Skincare programme SKN REHAB has launched the City-Skin Advanced Facial, which aims to combat DNA damage that is caused by pollution.
The facial is a five-step process that starts with a diamond microdermabrasion that aims to polish the skin and remove dead cells, followed by a removal of toxins and impurities using a negative galvanic micro-current and AHA-rich gel. Then, an infusion of actives, vitamins and antioxidants where vitamins A, B, C, E and F are pushed into the cellular level using iontophoresis, followed by LED light therapy, which aims to balance the skin’s pH levels and finishing with a burst of pure oxygen that aims to restore damaged cell DNA.
According to the company, the combined technologies protect the skin against pollution and environmental damage as well as help the reversing effects of the damaged cell DNA.
Lucy Hilson, co-founder of SKN REHAB said, “Modern day skin issues need a modern approach to skincare, and to take steps against fighting these skin issues, it’s essential to introduce an anti-pollutant step to your skin treatment programme. The City-Skin Advanced Facial was designed to reverse the signs of environmental damage and speed up the cell renewal process with a new targeted non-invasive skin treatment.”
Dr Tatiana Lapa, founder and medical director of Dr Tatiana Aesthetics Clinics added, “Offering SKN REHAB treatments has had my patients coming back in droves – I wholeheartedly give my stamp of approval.”