This state of the art machine administers safe, short bursts of light to effectively improve signs of sun damage, ageing, pigmentation, redness and rosacea. It’s our best treatment for skin pigmentation.
The Harmony treatment works by directing pulses of light into the upper skin layers. The light is absorbed by two of the body’s own natural chemicals – melanin in the pigmented areas and haemoglobin in the red blood cells. Both of these pigments convert the light energy into heat. This heat is used to destroy the parts of the cells in which the melanin (brown patch) is stored, and to damage the walls of the vessels supplying blood to the areas where vascular damage is seen.
‘One of my clients refers to Harmony Skin Rejuvenation as ‘a drink from the fountain of youth’ What more can I say – the results are incredible.’
|Face and Neck||-||£270||£330|
|Face, Neck & Decolletage||-||£320||£400|
A course of 3 treatments is required.
A consultation and patch test is required 24 hours before your first procedure.
Short bursts of a hot, flicking sensation. Not painful but can be borderline uncomfortable.
Very safe. However like most treatments it has some medical limitations. A free consultation is recommended if you have any additional questions or would like further advice as to whether this is the right treatment for you.
You cannot be in the sun for 30 days before or 30 days after treatment including fake tan. This is because the light will be attracted to your active tan and not your hair so will be ineffective. Tan can also cause the IPL to burn your skin. For these reasons we recommend your IPL sessions for autumn, winter and early spring.
We recommend that you avoid exercise for 48hrs after your treatment.
At SKIN lounge we are 100% dedicated to you by providing a fully bespoke and personalised service. We will do our upmost to meet and exceed your expectations and believe that our friendly service teamed with knowledge and expertise is the reason we have had a large loyal following since our salon opened over 3 years ago.