Light Touch clinic is a leading provider of skin resurfacing treatments in Surrey. Led by approved medical experts, this award-winning clinic is a trusted choice for your skin enhancement journey.
Skin resurfacing is a way to improve the skin’s surface and texture by using lasers, intense pulsed light or photodynamic therapy to remove layers of the outer skin. New skin cells are generated during the healing process, leaving tighter and more youthful-looking skin – helping to reduce the appearance of lines, spots and wrinkles.
Light Touch clinic in Weybridge offers a free, no-obligation consultation, where you can find out more about skin resurfacing treatments in Surrey and discuss your aesthetic goals.
Over time, the quality and youthful properties in the skin can begin to dwindle leaving a dull, damaged and tired complexion. Exposure to sun or use of cosmetic creams and ointments that may not be as good for our skin as we think, can actually speed up the rate at which the skin’s structure changes, resulting in premature ageing.
The visible signs of ageing in the skin include fine lines, wrinkles, dull or dry skin and skin laxity. Skin resurfacing is an effective way to combat these signs of ageing, by using a process that encourages regeneration of skin cells.
Skin resurfacing treatments are administered by qualified and reputable practitioners at the Light Touch clinic, founded in 2009 by Dr Natalie Geary. With an enviable reputation, Dr Geary has established the Light Touch clinic as a first-rate provider of aesthetic treatments to clients across Surrey.
An excellent reputation and outstanding results, the team of experienced practitioners are on hand to work closely with each patient to achieve desired goals. If you’re considering skin resurfacing treatments in Surrey and looking for an approved clinic, Light Touch offers a superior experience in a professional yet comfortable setting.
Light Touch only invests in approved and trusted technologies from leading brands with proven track records. When it comes to skin resurfacing, machines are used to send controlled pulses of light into the skin, encouraging skin regeneration. Light Touch offers various skin resurfacing procedures including IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) and Dermalux LED Phototherapy Light Therapy.
Both treatments are approved and very popular among Light Touch’s Surrey clients and details can be discussed during consultation where an experienced practitioner can recommend the best course of action to achieve your desired outcome.
Longevity of results will depend on the treatment you have – some skin resurfacing treatments can have long term results while others last for 2 – 3 months. Many of our Surrey clients have repeated sessions to produce greater results.
Each treatment lasts approximately 30 minutes and clients can usually go about their daily business immediately afterwards with very little downtime.
Treatment costs can be discussed during your initial consultation as this will depend on which skin resurfacing treatment you require and the number of treatments needed to achieve your desired results.
Contact the Light Touch clinic at your earliest convenience to book a free, no-obligation consultation. One of our medical experts will be happy to discuss any questions you have about skin resurfacing treatments along with any risks, side effects, costs and after-treatment.
The clinic is situated in Weybridge, Surrey and conveniently located within easy reach of the M25. To speak to a member of the team, please call 01932 849552.
50 Church Street
Located approximately 17 miles southwest of central London, Webridge is a small town situated within the Borough of Elmbridge in Surrey. Surrounded by countryside yet within easy reach of London, it’s a popular choice of settlement for those wishing to be near the capital, but with the benefit of a more rural lifestyle.
The town has a long established association with motoring and aviation, with visitor attractions and exhibitions bringing tourists and enthusiasts to the area. Its name is derived from a crossing point of the River Wey, which joins the River Thames just north of the town centre.