Star Skin Secrets

July 13, 2016

 

FSD light therapy is a gentle approach to anti-ageing skin care. It’s a long-term treatment that strengthens the skin and stimulates it to function as it naturally should.

As we age, our skin’s system slows down and the damage of free radicals from the environment becomes more evident in our appearance.

FSD treatment helps to promote homeostasis within the skin cells so that they function optimally. It emits gentle pulses of light and heat energy that work deep beneath the skin in the tissue.

The FSD Plus increases the skin’s elasticity and stimulates collagen production that makes the skin look firmer, younger and healthier. It also decreases pore size and reduces the signs of ageing such as fine lines and wrinkles.

 

One fan of the treatment is ORM contributor, Natalie Gruzlewski who’s been using the treatment for a year…

 

Why do you like FSD treatment?

“It’s quick, easy and I prefer treating my skin with a preventative treatment rather than quick fix methods. It’s non-invasive and a gentle way to boost your own collagen. I literally walk out glowing and there is no downtime so I can get on with my day. Elysium is a local’s favourite, I have been a client now for ten years.”

 

How often do you have it done?

“I have FSD once or twice a week, for a week or two if I have shoot or filming coming up, it’s an instant pick me up and only takes 30 minutes. I also love combining this treatment with other light therapy facials - the Omnilux is a favourite.”

 

A course of treatments results in:

* More even skin tone

* Smoother overall skin texture

* Reduction in fine lines and wrinkles

* Increased skin elasticity

* Stimulated collagen production

* Decreased pore size

 

A course of treatments is recommended: two treatments per week for four weeks, then monthly maintenance treatments. Buy six, receive seventh free.

 

* Elysium Salon, 31 Connor Street, Burleigh Heads. Call (07) 5520 2338 or visit http://elysiumbeauty.com.au 

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