The Clear Lift Facial which has been labelled the ‘lunchtime facial’ has immensely popular and even has a heap of celebrity fans as a result – but what exactly is it?
It is called lunchtime facial because you can improve various signs of aging in just a short period of time and return to your normal activities immediately. Your skin will have a healthy glow, age spots will lighten or disappear, wrinkles around the eyes and frown lines will be softened, and sagging skin can be improved.
The facial sees you achieving a lifted, toned and tightened face in as little as thirty minutes, and it’s non-surgical, needle free and pain free.
Amber Gill, the Love Island winner is one of the latest celebrities to have tried the Clear Lift facial.
While discussing the facial, which is said to get rid of spots, Dr Esho who carries out the procedure at her clinic “The Esho Clinic”, told OK! online : “I love the clearskin laser as part of the ESHO approach to great skin”.
“In patients who develop spots and acne the pain free procedure causes thermal damage to the sebaceous glands in the skin which subsequently reduces sebum production and destroys the bacteria responsible for causing spots.”
Dr Esho added: “On my skin type and even Ambers, many traditional lasers aren’t suitable but the alma range of lasers particularly the clear skin is suitable for all skin types in the right hands and has almost no side effects”.
“The end result is a smoother complexion with lasting results. Something everyone wants and you can now have!” Esho said.
Dr Esho and Amber joked that her spot was called ‘Bob’ as Amber took to her stories to share the treatment with her 2.5 million followers.
Other celebs who’ve tried out the hit facial include another Love Island winner, Amber Davies, as well as islanders Shaughna Phillips, including Jesy Nelson, Alessandra Ambrosio and Georgia Steel.
With Clear Lift, expected results include an immediate glow for three to four days afterwards, with results continuing to develop over the following weeks.
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