Feeling rough? How to improve skin texture

Is your skin starting to feel like sandpaper? You may be suffering from a build-up of dead skin cells.  The outer most layer of our skin is composed of dead skin cells that are cemented together to form a protective layer over the living skin cells below to shield them from damage and natural elements.   However, often this layer can build up […]

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5 signs your skin is ageing prematurely

Whether it be our hot climate or sun loving lifestyle, many of us experience accelerated, or premature ageing due to common environmental factors that can easily be avoided. It generally happens around the 25-30 age mark and presents itself in five ways:  1.Fine lines Repeated squinting in the sun, frowning in concentration, even smiling too often can lead to the appearance of fine lines which if not treated early, […]

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The cosmetic treatment celebs swear by

From Drew Barrymore and Christie Brinkley to Australia’s own Anna Heinrich, celebrities are swearing by Clear + Brilliant® laser treatments to maintain their glowing, youthful complexions.   A fractionated laser that gently penetrates the top layer of your skin a fraction at a time via hundreds of thousands of microscopic columns, Clear + Brilliant® repairs, remodels and resurfaces your skin bringing a number of benefits including:  […]

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3 reasons to invest in a Clear + Brilliant® treatment

Clear + Brilliant® is fast becoming one of our most popular treatments at Artisan Aesthetic Clinics thanks to its ability to deliver long-lasting results and total skin rejuvenation for all skin types.  A fractionated laser that treats the skin by penetrating the top layer a fraction at a time via hundreds of thousands of microscopic columns, Clear + Brilliant® works to stimulate the skin’s repair and renewal process, repairing, […]

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Clear + Brilliant® vs Fraxel®

Looking for a laser treatment to rejuvenate and restore tired and dull skin and can’t decide between Clear + Brilliant® or Fraxel®? You’re not alone, these two treatments are often confused with many believing they achieve the same result.   While they use the same technology (a fractionated laser) and target many of the same skin concerns, including pigmentation, enlarged pores, the signs of ageing, and texture and tone, they don’t actually achieve the same result.    The reason for this comes […]

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