This latest facial can knock off 10 years without going under the knife
How would you like to turn back the clock 10 years in just 5 minutes and without any aftercare?
Well, it might sound like the Holy Grail of beauty treatments i.e. the impossible dream but Coolifting which is available at the Dundrum Cosmetic Clinic in Dublin promises to do just that.
The treatment which has been dubbed the ‘five-minute facelift’ has become a must-do for those looking to give their skin a lift before weddings and important events and especially for those heading away to the sun.
It’s also a favourite of the likes of Vogue Williams and the current Miss Universe Ireland Cailin Tobin.
But what exactly is Coolifting? And, more importantly, what can it do for us?! Well, here’s everything you need to know:
How does it work?
The Coolifting facial uses a special beauty gun (don’t worry it’s not scary) to spray a blend of Carbon Dioxide, Hyaluronic Acid, and botanicals to any ‘problem areas’.
The effect is immediate and within 12-24 hours you will experience the full impact of the tightening and lifting benefits.
What can it be used for?
The treatment uses the high pressure, low C02 to counteract the usual tell-tale signs of ageing including wrinkles, fine lines, and dark circles.
It’s ideal for targeting problem areas such as crow’s feet or laughter lines.
Is it safe?
Coolifting is completely safe! It doesn’t cause redness or swelling and is suitable for even sensitive skin types.
In fact, it is often used to counteract redness from other beauty treatments. It also doesn’t involve any down time and you can resume your normal skincare routine almost immediately.
And as it only takes 5 minutes you can do it on your lunch break.
How long does it last?
It depends on the person, however, the effect of a single 5 minute session has been shown to last up to 2 weeks!
Where is it available and how much does it cost?
The Coolifting facial is available from the Dundrum Cosmetic Clinic and costs €80 per session.
The clinic is an official sponsor of this year’s Miss Universe Ireland competition which takes place in the Round Room at the Mansion House on the 2nd August.
The show will be directed by Miss Universe Ireland Director Brittany Mason and James Patrice and promises to be a night to remember.