Beauty treatments worth more than £2,000 to be won with St Albans’ The Skin Shop

09:45 14 January 2014

The Skin Shop, St Albans

The Skin Shop, St Albans

Archant

Start the New Year off in style and enter our fantastic competition to win one of two sought-after beauty treatments worth over £2,000 thanks to The Skin Shop in St Albans.

The clinic was born from a desire to offer a bespoke service for each individual client. Led by dermatologists and nurses, The Skin Shop offers a culmination of over 100 years of knowledge and experience, which is combined with clinically proven, pioneering treatments and products to help with fine lines and wrinkles, loose and sagging skin, blemishes, scarring, sun damage, pigmentation, enlarged pores, stubborn pockets of fat and unwanted hair on the face and body.

We’re giving away one Liposonix permanent fat-removal treatment for either the abdomen or flanks (hip area) worth £1,800 and one course of pain-free laser hair removal on either the face or neck or underarms or bikini line worth up to £560.

Liposonix is a revolutionary treatment which safely uses high-intensity focused ultrasound to eliminate stubborn pockets of fat. This non-invasive treatment is perfect for those who are close to achieving their ideal size and shape, but need a little extra help where a good diet and exercise simply isn’t shifting that last inch.

Backed by over 10 years of research and testing, Liposonix can be used to treat both male and female clients and is completely customisable to address your specific problem areas to permanently destroy the unwanted fat.

Results are typically noticeable after a few weeks post treatment, with full results shown at around eight weeks after.

Liposonix is not a way to lose weight and not a replacement for a healthy lifestyle but it is a quick and easy way to help you slim that last stubborn inch; there is no downtime with this treatment so you can resume your normal, active lifestyle straight after your treatment.

The Skin Shop client Jack said: “I eat well, go to the gym most days and play football a few times a week. Despite this I had a small pocket of fat on my lower stomach which would never disappear. I’ve had one treatment and am so happy with the results already; it’s only been two weeks! My treatment took hardly any time and I played football a few hours later.”

Soprano Ice is a clinically proven method of hair removal that is virtually pain-free and can be used on all skin types; which is often not the case with other laser hair removal technologies. Clinical studies have proven that this revolutionary device uses technology that is safer, significantly less painful and equally or more effective than other laser hair removal technologies. This treatment, teamed with the experts at The Skin Shop and Clinic’s huge wealth of knowledge and experience in this field, raises the bar in laser hair removal, delivering fast and effective results.

For the chance to win one of these fabulous prizes simply answer the following question: How many years of research and testing is the Liposonix treatment backed by?

A. 10;

B. 5;

C. 1.

To enter text HA LIPO or SOPRANO (depending on the prize you want to win) followed by your answer (A,B or C), name, age, full postal address, contact number to 80058. Texts cost 50p plus your standard network rate. Closing date is 12pm on January 17.

Terms and conditions.Clients must be suitable for treatment. Treatments cannot be exchange for monetary value or alternative treatments. Entrants must be 18 years old or over. Editor’s decision is final. Prize is non-transferable. Usual Archant competition rules apply – see paper for details.

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