Everything you need to know about skin resurfacing

Skin technology has come a LONG way in recent years. From highly advanced ingredients in peels and facials to groundbreaking machinery and technology to take your skin to the next level, it’s a pretty exciting time to be in the beauty biz.

Here at Blanc, we’re all about maximising what’s on offer for our clients. We believe in providing you with treatments and solutions that are going to deliver outstanding results that are pain free and don’t require a lot of downtime. One of our favourite and most popular treatments is skin resurfacing, and for those not familiar with the concept, we’ve broken it all down for you, and we think you’ll agree that there’s not much it can’t do!

What is skin resurfacing?
Skin resurfacing is an advanced, non-surgical treatment that works to improve the overall texture of your skin, by creating a smoother, healthier skin and reducing signs of skin damage.

An innovative, non-invasive nano fractional system uses radio frequency to effectively resurface the skin and improve the appearance of uneven skin texture and reduce other signs of skin damage without affecting the surrounding tissue, resulting in treatments that are safe for all skin types with very low downtime.

What happens during the treatment?
Tiny pins safely deliver heat through the skin’s surface, creating tiny micro-dermal wounds, which the body works to heal naturally. This process repairs signs of skin damage, and as the wounds are so tiny, the treatment is much more comfortable than lasers or chemical peels, with minimal downtime.

Is it suitable for me?
Skin resurfacing is safe for all skin types and can treat:

  • Scarring
  • Rosacea
  • Enlarged pores
  • Stretch marks
  • Wrinkles
  • Textural irregularity

What is the downtime?
Expect to experience mild redness post-treatment, however you can continue with your daily activities immediately afterward and resume wearing makeup 24 hours after your treatment.

How many skin resurfacing treatments will I need?
The number of sessions in a treatment program will depend on the individual patient and their skin needs, but typically varies between 3-4 sessions, every 4-6 weeks. A single treatment session lasts no longer than 30 minutes.

How much does skin resurfacing it cost?
At Blanc, our skin resurfacing is priced as follows:

Full Face $600 (single), $1,350 (course of 3) 
Face & Neck $600 (single), $1,500 (course of 3) 
Décolletage $500 (single), $1,350 (course of 3) 
Face, Neck & Décolletage $700 (single), $1,800 (course of 3) 
Eyes $250 (single), $700 (course of 3) 
Hands $250 (single), $700 (course of 3) 

Ready for your glow up? Book in for a consultation or skin resurfacing treatment with one of our dermal therapists. Click here to make a booking or feel free to call the clinic on 9284 5225 with any questions.

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