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LIVE 24-SEVEN


UNRAVEL SKIN & BEAUTY MYSTERIES AT JOURNEY


Is collagen natural? Can I have a face lift without a face lift? Can I please just get my nails done?? These are just some of the many beauty conundrum’s that we are faced with.


pharmaceutical grade, molecular polypeptide (that’s scaffolding for the skin to you and me! ) and protein technologies that help stimulate and control the production of collagen and elastin.


WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? Normal skincare can only treat the surface of the skin, with Gaylia Kristensen cutting-edge technologies, we treat the skin at a deep cellular level.


We stimulate an action deep within the dermis, which we have never been able to do before.


This gives RESULTS that we have never been able to achieve before.


These cutting-edge technologies are all TGA (Theraputic Goods Administration) approved, so you know they are safe and can be used on any skin type.


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Journey Hair & Beauty Boutique beauty therapist Rosanna,helps us answer some of the beauty myths using Gaylia Kristensen, a range of revolutionary, cosmetic breakthrough products …… and some good old nail polish!


The Gaylia Kristensen skin care treatments are designed to create the ultimate natural solution for dramatically younger looking skin to help clients STAY YOUNG naturally, without having to use any harsh aggressive chemicals, dangerous toxins, injections or cosmetic surgery.


You may have heard about new high-tech skincare brands talking about peptides, collagen and protein technologies. Let’s unravel the mystery of peptides, by explaining them so that you understand the power of these awesome new technologies and why it’s worth investing in them.


WHAT IS A PEPTIDE? A peptide is a new form of protein technology. A custom-built chain of amino acids derived from a protein.


WHAT DO THEY DO? They work at a deep cellular level acting like triggers in skin cells.


WHAT IS COLLAGEN? Collagen and Elastin are the 2 main structural proteins in the skin When these breakdowns the skin becomes saggy and baggy, deep lines and wrinkles start to appear.


HOW CAN I NATURALLY PREVENT MY SKIN SAGGING? The Gaylia Kristemsen treatments that are available at Journey Hair & Beauty Boutique are one of many that uses state of the art,


Rosanna is based at Journey Hair & Beauty Boutique on 11 Copenhagen Street, Worcester. Call 01905 330444 for your FREE consultation.


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Finally, if the myths of skin just are too much for you…you can always simply have a manicure to cheer yourself up!


R E ADE R OF F E R


For Live readers only until the 31 July - book 2 HEAVEN skin fit facials and get the third free.


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