I’m back on the blog today with a brand new treatment to tell you about. As you know, I love sharing the latest treatments and beauty innovations. Meet the IT facial of 2020, the AquaSure H2 facial! It involves a skin device that cleanses, brightens, exfoliates and infuses the skin with hydrogen gas, oxygen, nutrients and hyaluronic acid.
The treatment that takes just under an hour, is exclusive to Bijoux Medi-Spa in Belgravia and follows a 4-step process that involves infusing the skin with hydrogen gas, a powerful antioxidant. The clinic is based in Belgravia’s Beauty Quarter and is run by Dr Elisabeth Dancey, who was one of the founders of cosmetic medicine in the UK! Dr Elisabeth Dancey and her team have over 30 years experience in the most effective, non-surgical cosmetic and beauty techniques so you can rest assured that you’re in safe hands. They’re very accommodating and helpful as they offer really straightforward and honest advice to make sure you get the best results from your treatment.
The facial is super new and high-tech as it uses the latest Korean machinery to deliver a variety of skin benefits. It’s been a massive hit in Korea for five years who are ahead of the game, having raved about how the gentle medical treatment stabilises skin pH and normalises the microflora. Not only that, but it’s good for sensitive skin that suffers from pigmentation and requires zero downtime! Let’s get into the knitty gritty, firstly it combats free radicals and boosts antioxidant levels by saturating the skin with hydrogen. Then the second-step has a brightening effect which also decreases acne, breakouts, whiteheads and blackheads. The next step infuses the skin with vitamin C creating smoother, cleaner, brighter skin and reducing redness and blotchiness. The final and fourth step is a galvanic lift with a hydrating mask, this not only lifts the skin, but also reduces inflammation.
The ultra-moisturising facial is already a hit with influencers and celebs who have been going crazy for the new skincare trend which is suitable for all skin types, including rosacea.
Have any of you guys tried it yet? Or has this inspired any of you to give it a try? Let me know below.
Love Gail x