You wouldn’t dive into an empty swimming pool, or heat a tin of condensed milk in an empty pot on the stove. Water is important for more than just a week-long hike through the desert so make sure your face has enough to get it through the trials and tribulations of daily life and save 60% on a RégimA Dynamix Hydrating facial OR a facial and foot-massage at LFY Clinic.
Even when you do find yourself suffering under the wrath of epidermis evils, a visit to the doctor is often the last thing you feel like doing. Masters on non-invasive medi-cosmetic procedures, LFY Clinic and their team of super-skilled splendour-specialists provide treatments for all skin difficulties.
The RégimA Dynamix Hydrating facial is designed to leave any expression-maker feeling like it’s just downed a tall glass of icy water on a hot day. Better than emptying a water bottle over your head to ensure your face has the moisture it needs, the treatment also promotes elasticity and firmness, helping to keep wrinkles at bay. With high-quality products and experts trained at searching out the healthy, glowing smooth-skinned you and dragging it from the evil clutches of up all night, work too much and have too many wrinkles you, your time spent in LFY is sure to be worth it.
As an added bonus, the RégimA Dynamix also repairs some of the damage done to your dermis during your daily shenanigans, and promotes healthy cell growth. Once your face is feeling refreshed, you can opt for a relaxing massage to give your body’s other most-undervalued asset the same feeling. While taking your shoes off at the end of a long day might be one step short of nirvana, smoothing strokes of skilled fingers on arches and heels takes that extra step.
Surrounded by the chic and tranquil ambience at LFY Clinic, it’s easy to coat-check your stresses at the door and conveniently forget to pick them up again on the way out.
Beauty fact: In South-East Asia, beauty therapy graduates are awarded with a set of Rock Em’ Sock Em’ Robots instead of diplomas. This was a new initiative by the beauty college to encourage the students to “fight for their dreams”.