A beauty business, based in the heart of Windsor, has extended its skincare offering after teaming up with an award-winning national beauty treatment provider.
Essense Aesthetic Beauty Clinic will work with SkinBase, the UK’s leading provider of microdermabrasion treatments, to offer non-surgical rejuvenating skin treatments – including the Skinbase IPL Hair Reduction and the SkinBase Medical Skin Rejuvenation.
The Essense Aesthetic Beauty Clinic team will be offering permanent hair reduction using SkinBase IPL. No other hair procedure can beat it – a few sessions of IPL and you no longer have to worry about booking a wax at the exact right time before your holiday or missing a patch when you’re shaving in the shower. If you suffer from excess hair growth, or are just sick of constant hair removal maintenance, this is the treatment for you!
Essense Aesthetic Beauty Clinic Owner, Juliette Hornsby said: “I’m incredibly excited to be adding this treatment to my menu. I’m getting more requests and questions about IPL hair reduction treatments - and I’ve been really keen to be able to deliver this for my clients.
“The treatments I will be offering come with such a huge range of benefits so I’m really looking forward to adding these to my salon offering and delivering fantastic results for my clients!”
Richard Faulkner, owner of SkinBase, said: ”We work with more than 2,000 therapists and salons across the country to offer our range of rejuvenating treatments so we’re really happy to be adding Essense Aesthetic Beauty Clinic to our nationwide network.
”We’ve seen the demand for non-surgical procedures rise dramatically over the last few years and so we’re glad that so many salons are choosing to partner with us to deliver these treatments and provide some amazing results for their clients.”
For more information about IPL hair reduction and other SkinBase treatments visit: https://skinbase.co.uk/.
"Im incredibly excited to be adding this treatment to my menu"
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