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Revive And Restore: Crow’s Feet Be Gone

19th Nov 2016

We’re approaching the end of another year, and after twelve’very active months,?your skin has likely been worked overtime; so it has most definitely earned a pick-me-up. And even better is a pick-me-up that can be done from the comfort of your home.?Ask any woman about her (long) list of beauty concerns and the thing she’ll likely want?ticked off first and foremost is any of deep set?wrinkles around the eye area that are of concern. Now, thanks to a new innovative product introduced to the Irish market by the renowned?Beacon Face & Dermatology Clinic?yours can be reduced and softened in a matter of weeks.

Radara? – is a unique micro?channelling skincare system designed to restore skin quality and diminish signs of ageing. The treatment consists of patches – to be used once daily from home for one month -?to be applied around the outer eye area (for lateral canthal lines or crow’s feet).

How does it work?

They are incredibly easy to use; the cleverly shaped, flexible patches are coated with microscopic plastic structures (similar to needles) less than half a millimetre in length. When applied to the skin (and with the use of the accompanied hyaluronic acid (HA) serum), these patches painlessly create hundreds of tiny micro?channels in the epidermis, resulting in gentle rejuvenation which delivers smoother, firmer skin with reduced lines and wrinkles in just four weeks. Radara, which stands for skin radiance and beauty, is a combination of nature and science; skin gets back its natural hydration, support and luminosity and fine lines and wrinkles are reduced. Better still is that results can be seen for up to four weeks post-?treatment, however, for long-term effects, it is recommended for use once every two to three months.




A gentle alternative

If you’re hesitant to go down the botox route, this?treatment is considered a gentler alternative to harsher anti-wrinkle treatments currently on the market.??For me, Radara? is a unique, safe and effective product which will complement and enhance patients? existing skincare regimes,? explained Mr Kambiz Golchin, Director of Beacon Face & Dermatology, Sandyford. ?I see this not only as the ideal partner treatment for medical aesthetic procedures, enabling patients to maintain results between other aesthetic treatments, but also the perfect alternative for patients who are not comfortable with anti?wrinkle injections yet are concerned about their ‘crows feet’ as the patient can use the treatment quickly and easily from the comfort of their home to improve skin tone and texture.?

Radara? is now available to buy through?Beacon Face & Dermatology?clinic in Dublin and patients will receive guidance on safe and effective use from qualified practitioners after purchase. The introductory RRP at the Sandyford Dublin clinic is €250 for the month of December.?

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