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Say NO to Skin-AGING at Miami Tanning & Beauty

Worried about fi ne lines and wrinkles? Then fear no more as Miami Tanning & Beauty, 1 O’Connell Court, O’Connell Street, has the solutions to all your aging problems.

New to Waterford is the hugely popular Collagen Red Light Therapy, a replacement for painful laser treatments microdermasion used to improve cosmetic appearance and biotox.

As light penetrates the tissue, it visibly improves wrinkles, broken capillaries, scars, cellulite, wounds, age spots and cuts.

The ultra red light rejuvenates the skin, increasing circulation by forming new

What causes skin aging? Two main factors infl uence skin aging: metabolism slowing down with age, resulting in decreasing amount of cell energy in fi broblast – cells that produce collagen and elastin. The body’s ability to supply fi broblast cells with the nutrients they need also decreases, resulting in lower collagen and elastin production – substances that the body needs for a youthful, taut skin.

Collagen lamps use visible light in the 633 nm (ultra red light) range to stimulate the body’s own process of photo biostimulation. This process is responsible for encouraging the production of collagen and elastin. Small wrinkles are reduced and the skin becomes visibly tauter and smoother. The therapy also helps the absorption of cosmetics, allowing effective nutrients to penetrate deeper into the skin.


capillaries, which in turn speeds up the healing process of damaged skin. It also stimulates the production of collagen, a protein with a high elasticity level that is used to repair damaged tissue. Moreover you can increase the effects with hyaluronic acid serum lotions, specially formulated for use with the lamps, products of SKINTEK, which are available in store. Pre, post, body and facial lotions are on offer for €39 at the moment.

A course of fourteen treatments is recommended, taken twice weekly, starting initially at 12 minutes per session and increasing to 20 minutes. It’s important to note that no UV light is used in the process.

According to the studies done on the Collagen Red Light Therapy, after four to fi ve sessions, a positive change occurs with

Active promotion of younger skin Skin aging is caused by numerous factors. The supply of nutrients to the epidermis (outer layer of skin) already starts to decline from the age of 25 onwards, resulting in a tired, sallow and uneven complexion. As people get older, fi broblast (cells that produce collagen) metabolism slows down, resulting in a continual decline in the collagen content of the skin. Since collagen is the primary “fi ller” in connective tissue, the skin loses tautness. The reduced cell regeneration also causes a loss of moisture and elasticity, resulting in wrinkles.

The special light emitted by the collagen lamps is absorbed by the fi broblasts and stimulates the formation of collagen and elastin (“photo biostimulation”). Clinical studies have shown that it can accelerate the regeneration of skin cells by 150-200 percent. Suppling crucial nutrients to the epidermis.

For more information, contact Miami Tanning & Beauty, 1 O’Connell Court, O’Connell Street, Waterford or call 051 340124. You may also check the website for more info and current offers.

the skin feeling moist and soft. After a full course, there is a noticeable change to fi ne lines and wrinkles. Maintenance is crucial, as with all cosmetic treatments.

A cheaper, pain-free, natural and non- invasive alternative to other cosmetic procedures, the Collagen Red Light Therapy is about to take Waterford by storm.

To celebrate the arrival of the new treatment to Miami Tanning, there is an introductory offer of just €4 per session.

At Miami you can also build up your tan base on sun-beds and sun-booths, and have a spray tan done with revolutionary booth Mystic Tan. Just remember to keep any of these session treatments separate.

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