Exploring the electroporation facial

woman undergoing electroporation

Fit for a princess

Want skin like Meghan Markle?

There’s lots we can only covet from the Duchess of Sussex, viewing her much-charmed life through the lens of the media. But achieving her trademark glow is something that is not only reserved for royalty.

Bear with us a moment and excuse the long, fancy-sounding words: You see, an electroporation facial (our Infusion facial), is one of the simplest, most effective ways to get amazingly moisturised skin. And with such an ambassador of the revolutionary treatment, what more do you really need?

Hold up a minute. What’s wrong with moisturising my skin at home?

Absolutely nothing – in moderation. In fact, it’s a vital part of any cosmetic regime. However, over moisturising can be bad for your skin as if it becomes too reliant on moisturisers it will stop producing its own natural oils (bet you never thought your skin could become lazy, eh?). Furthermore, it can also clog pores – leading to breakouts.

The problem arises when following the recommendations of moisturising skin (a serum in the evening before bed and an SPF during the day) still isn’t enough. And that’s where the electroporation facial comes in.

rubbing cream on face

How does it work?

An advanced, results-driven therapy that allows optimal product absorption into the deepest layers of the skin, electroporation uses electrical pulses to split open skin cells, safely and effectively. Sounds scary, it isn’t (promise!). The results? Alleviating dry skin (and many other skin conditions) without disrupting its natural pH levels. The best part is that the resultant pores are only temporary – staying open only long enough to get your skin the goodness it truly deserves and – vitally – locking it in, and continuing to work its magic, once the electrical field is shut down. An added bonus of opening pores? Helps to remove those pesky blackheads and whiteheads, too, so a win-win all round!

Back to school

We’re nothing if not thorough here at Lovoir Beauty, so – in case we haven’t already managed to convince you – here’s the vital evidence you need.

A brief bit of history: It was first developed to administer anti-cancer medication by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, before making its way to the world of dermatology.

And now for the stats: Electroporation will help transfer 90% of substances into your skin, as opposed to 10% achieved by other, more traditional methods. Pretty impressive, huh?

In case this wasn’t enough, the whole process also helps stimulate the skin and promote blood circulation to enable muscle toning, reduce puffiness and produce collagen and elastin.

What can it be used for?

Electroporation can help:

  • Expression lines and wrinkles
  • Acne scars
  • Face firming and toning
  • Anti-aging
  • Hyper-pigmentation
  • Rosacea
  • Oily skin
  • Skin rejuvenation
  • Skin hydration
  • Brightening of the skin
  • Lifting

meghan markle

Image: Genevievederivative, Wikipedia Commons

What are the benefits?

  • Virtually painless
  • Non-invasive
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • No side-effects
  • Long-lasting
  • Effective

When should it not be used?

An Electroporation facial is not suitable for those who:

  • Use a pacemaker
  • Have a muscular or nervous disease
  • Suffer from epilepsy
  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Are being treated for cancer
  • Have orthopaedic implants

In short (and excuse the pun) – electroporation has elevated facials to a deeper level – and our infusion facial combines this revolutionary treatment with only the best moisturising products to ensure you leave with healthy, vibrant, glowing, radiant, rejuvenated and fully-hydrated skin.

The results truly speak for themselves. So, what are you waiting for?

Book today!

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