Advanced Facials

Revivals advanced facials are the latest innovations in skin treatments that we combine with high tech equipment and products. Micro-needling and mesotherapy target the skin problems that are rooted in the dermis and help to rebuild, repair and rejuvenate the skin structure from inside out.

PRP


PRP

A PRP treatment involves extracting your blood, spinning it in a centrifuge to extract the platelets back into your skin, increasing the concentration of growth factors.

PRP can be used either as a stand-alone treatment or for dramatic results it can be combined with multiple treatments such as Botulinum toxin, dermal fillers or mesotherapy.

Anti-ageing PRP with hyaluronic acid – £450

For a younger and fresher look, combining the PRP treatment with hyaluronic acid is more suitable for anti-ageing. Ageing skin.

Mesotherapy


Mesotherapy – £175

Mesotherapy can be used with either a gun or tiny meso needles to inject a blend of serums that include vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids into the skin. These ingredients encourage the skin to produce collagen and elastin, leading to skin that i both smoother and firmer.

Mesotherapy Gun

A potent blend of vitamins and minerals are injected into the skin as a serum. Dry skin, Pigmentation, Ageing skin.

Mesotherapy Xela Injectable 

A blend of hyaluronic acid and succinic acid are injected into the skin. This gives the skin a radiance and youthful appearance. Ageing skin, Skin lightening.

Micro Needling


Micro-Needling – £150

Micro-needling uses fine needles to create superficial micro-injuries in the skin. This kick-starts the skin’s natural ability to repair itself and replaces damaged tissue with new cells and collagen.

Micro Needling With Rollers 

The derma rollers kick-start the natural repairing process of the skin without damaging the epidermis. This treatment is suitable for all skin types.

Micro Needling With Dermapen 

The dermapen is more specific then derma rollers and can implant serums deeper and more directly. Ageing skin, Blemished skin, Acne scarring.

In our experience micro-needling treatments help prevent signs of ageing and kick start the skin rejuvenation process. Micro-needling is mainly used to treat skin conditions such as acne scarring, fine lines, uneven skin tone. Many of clients are willing to overcome the discomfort of the treatment and any post treatment redness in the quest for more youthful even toned skin.

Both the Dermapen and derma rollers method create superficial micro-injuries in the skin to kick start the skin’s natural ability to repair itself and replace damaged tissue with new cells and collagen. The benefits of micro-injuries to the skin are enhanced by delivering specific serums into the dermis, such as vitamin C that is used for skin brightening, hyaluronic acid for hydration and retinol for dull, lifeless skin that have fine lines.

Micro-needling is not for the faint hearted, if you can’t tolerate a bit of pain, a chemical peel could be a better option, but the results will be more superficial and will not be as longer lasting.

A topical anaesthetic (Emla) is applied for 20 minutes and will take the edge off, however expect to feel some pain on bony areas such as the forehead and nose. Although the Dermapen method is more invasive it is less painful that derma rollers.

The treatments effectiveness is upon on bringing blood to the surface of the skin treatment; however, the skin is calmed with cold compresses and a tinted soothing cream. Expect to have slightly pink skin at the end of the treatment, although this will subside with 48 hours maximum.

Expect to have a course of at least 5 treatments, taken once a month to achieve long term results that you will be happy with.

The mesotherapy method is a very effective way to deliver serums into the dermis using a gun. There are two ways of performing mesotherapy – The derma pen method or by injecting the serum into the skin manually with a fine meso needle.

The method we choose will depend on the result you want to achieve and your skin. If your skin is sluggish and needs stimulating and radiance, using the dermapen is a better option.

If the skin needs hydration and nourishing, then injecting a blend of hyaluronic acid, collagen, and vitamins with the gun is a better choice.  

Mesotherapy can slow down the skin’s ageing process by consistently infusing it with the depleted hyaluronic acid and vitamins, however when wrinkles have already appeared dermal fillers become a much more effective option.

A course of 6 treatments every 2-3 weeks is recommended.

Pigmentation is often very stubborn skin issue to treat as the melanin clusters take longer to break up and come to the surface, hence why we often have to carry out the Revival skin lightening peel between mesotherapy treatments to also treat the damaged epidermis.

In our experience, mesotherapy for hair loss is very expensive, short term solution and not worth the money, the slight results we have seen haven’t lasted for very long even though a full course of treatments were taken. We have seen clients that have had a hair transplant having longer term more visible results.

No, it is really difficult to promise a result on stubborn cellulite, we have done case studies on some of our clients and the results are disappointing to say the least.