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The New Endermolift™ from LPG

We sample the latest youth-promising beauty treatment...

We all get to that point when our skin starts to look a bit dull. At around 25, the collagen in our skin starts to become less active and needs to be stimulated for skin to keep its youthful allure. Created by LPG, New Endermolift™ naturally rejuvenates the skin, drawing on a supply of natural collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. These basically tighten the skin and make it firmer. The New Endermolift™ is completely non-invasive and aims to keep your skin looking fresh.

The treatment I went for was the glow Endermolift™. It was done at the ultra-modern LPG Endermologie in London’s West End - a gorgeous looking beauty clinic with friendly staff and a range of treatments. Our treatment took around 15 minutes, so it can be done on a lunch break or as a little treat to yourself. They lay you down and run an Ergolift Treatment Head across your face, which is said to stimulate and increase the natural synthesis of hyaluronic acid by 80%. Think of it as a workout for your face, where you don’t actually have to do anything. Plus, it doesn’t hurt a bit!

The process is actually rather relaxing, stress free and the feeling whilst in the chair is almost like a massage. Being frank, just one treatment won’t make too much difference, but a couple of these promises to leave you with a glowing complexion. The people behind this treatment say that fine lines will be smoothed and plumped, and puffiness and dark circles eliminated. It is said to naturally stimulate fibroblasts and fat cells, with collagen production also boosted by 23% and the natural synthesis of elastic fibres increased, improving the skin’s suppleness. They offer a number of different treatments from anti-aging to detoxes, which all vary in length. You can get treatment that is more targeted as well, from you hands to circles under your eyes.

The overall experience was extremely pleasant, and it’s certainly worth giving a go as another alternative to surgery.

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