Perk is the ideal treatment for you if you are busy and have little time. Treatment takes just 10 minutes and will give you immediate results with long lasting benefits and will fit into your daily routine easily. Perk is the world’s first hybrid facial which comprises of a professional exfoliating treatment that includes take-home products to enhance and maintain your skin’s benefits.
What is Perk?
Over time layers of dead skin and oils builds up on the surface of the skin, blocking pores and prevents nutrients from being absorbed into the skin. Your skin needs a deep cleanse every month.
What areas can be treated?
This quick treatment focuses on three areas – the face, the eye area and the lips.
Treatment will give the skin that instant glow, replenish the eye area and boost the lips fullness and softness.
How long does treatment take?
Performed in as little as 10 minutes, Perk uses patented roller-flex technology to deliver immediate results and long-lasting benefits.
If you choose to treat all three areas, you will be ready to go in only 30 minutes, feeling refreshed and plump.
How does the treatment work?
Perk uses roller-flex technology. Your therapist will guide the roller pen over the skin. That way, the treatment tip gently exfoliates skin cells and impurities whilst the vacuum gently sucks it away. This will flex the pores gently and the roller ball embeds nutrients, ensuring absorption. Afterwards, you will have plump, hydrated, glowing skin.
Do I get any product to use at home?
You will be given a roller pen applicator, which is filled with anti-oxidants, vitamins and nutrients. After the treatment you can take this home and so you will able to continue to use the roller-flex technology. You can keep your skin nourished and radiant anytime long after the professionally delivered treatment to enhance your results and give you an instant glow.
What are the side-effects?
Side-effects are minimal and rare. It is suitable for all ages and all skin types.
It is not suitable for anyone who is suffering from an active skin infection such as herpes simplex (cold sores). Also, anyone with a history of irregular skin healing and those who have taken isotretinoin (Roaccutane) within the last 6 months are not suitable for treatment.
How often do I have a treatment?
Ideally every month.