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IPL Photo Rejuvenation Treatments

WHAT IS IPL? Intense Pulsed Light IPL,  is also known as photo-facial, fotofacials, and photo rejuvenation. It is a state of the art system in photofacial therapy. This treatment is perfect for skin that shows signs of early aging. There’s no downtime involved. The IPL system delivers high intensity, smooth and powerful pulses of light […]

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Daily Skin Care Routine

A Daily Skin Care Routine For Healthy Skin No matter what your individual skin type or needs, we want to give you fast and beautiful results at any age. If you start using L’Exquisite’s system at an early age and you wear a sun block every day, you will be able to stay looking young […]

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Ultimate Facial Rejuvenation Starts With The Right Products

Let Us Take Years Off Your Face No fluff, no hype, just visible results after one facial treatment with ultrasound. A unique, luxurious facial that is gentle, yet an intense anti wrinkle facial treatment that is designed to slow down aging and prevent pre-mature aging. Geared to speed up cell renewal, even skin tone, increased collagen […]

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Your Skin Type

Your Skin Type Use a one ply tissue paper and press it against your face for 10 seconds or so, remove it and check the results. Repeat this on a few different areas on your face. Oily skin will leave some stain on the tissue. Dry skin wont leave any traces of oil nor moisture. […]

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What is microdermabrasion?

What is Microdermabrasion? Dermabrasion was developed in Italy by physicians Marini and Lou Brutto. The rejuvenation effects were so stunning that a refined version of the technique was developed into what we know today as Microdermabrasion. Another name for Microdermabrasion is partial skin exfoliation because it removes the top layer of the skin. Microdermabrasion is […]

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Glycolic Acid Products

Glycolic Acid Products and AHA Things you should know about Glycolic Acid Products and AHA AHA’s are natural products and are often referred to as fruit acids which include: glycolic acid (from sugar cane), lactic acid (from sour milk), citric acid (from citrus fruits), tartaric acid (from fermented grapes). Glycolic Acid is most frequently used […]

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