Oxygen Pure Facial Treatment by QMS - Aesthetica Skin Centre

Oxygen Pure Facial Treatment by QMS

The Oxygen Pure Facial Treatment by Aesthetica Skin Centre has been specifically designed to promote skin cell regeneration. A focussed stream of 95% pure oxygen is channelled onto the skin surface, after an application of a concentrated formulation of hyaluronic acid, prompting deeper penetration. An ultimate skin boost with immediate results. The skin is intensively hydrated, appears more youthful and fine lines and wrinkles are visibly reduced. Skin texture is instantly smoothed and sculpted. Celebrities such as Madonna, Victoria Beckham, Kim Kardashian, and Justin Timberlake swear by this treatment. 

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With QMS Medicosmetics, clients enjoy the perfect combination of renowned skincare expertise, cutting-edge technology, and signature treatments that deliver results after every facial procedure. QMS Medicosmetics results-focused facial treatments have been specifically developed to use the pioneering QMS Medicosmetic products. As unique as they are effective, each product has been formulated to a professional standard. Hence, whether in the procedure room, we at Aesthetica Skin Centre offer the promise of quality and professional expertise.
The Oxygen Pure Facial Treatment is suitable for men and women with dehydrated, stressed and ageing skin. QMS Medicosmetics products and treatments work with every age: young and old enjoy the transformative benefits of our perfect ageing programs. Popular with men and women alike, our superbly effective facial procedures are perfectly combined with everything clients need to maintain their skin’s health and beauty. Women and men of all ages can enjoy bespoke facials combining revolutionary techniques with the highest quality ingredients to suit your skin’s needs.

Step 1- Every treatment begins with cleansing the skin using DEEP CLEANSING to gently but thoroughly cleanse, preparing it for subsequent products. This product contains light vegetable oils making it water-soluble and enabling it to remove eye makeup.


Step 2- Apply a light layer of Exfoliant Fluid to the treatment area. This removes additional impurities and provides extra refinement.


Step 3- GENTLE EXFOLIANT CREAM is applied over to further boost the peeling effect as well as moisturising and soothing the skin, providing extra refinement.


Step 4-  FRESHENING TONIC to remove any remaining residue while lightly moisturising. The ingredients restore the skin to its natural pH-level, necessary for the acid mantle’s regeneration after cleansing. This product also contains no alcohol, so it will not strip or dehydrate the skin. It can also be used as a makeup remover.


Step 5- After the tonic, ALGAE MASQUE is applied. A cool and calming masque, perfect after a fruit acid treatment, is spread lavishly over the face covering the eyes and mouth, transporting you away from the stresses and strains of life. ALGAE MASQUE optimally helps lift the dead skin cells loosened during exfoliation, and the active ingredients have an extremely pronounced capacity to provide moisture.


Step 6- DAY PROTECTION (would be applied for normal skin) is then used, containing connective tissue stimulants and skin calming ingredients ideal for my sensitive skin. Connective tissue production begins to decrease at age 25, and levels are really low by the age of 35. Connective tissue is the protein responsible for giving our skin elasticity and strength. As production slows, we wrinkle and age. DAY PROTECTION regulates the balance of sebum and moisture production- ideal for problem skin and improves the acid mantle to protect against environmental damage. Perfect for long-term use to regularise impure, chapped, rough or irritated skin by promoting healing and stimulating cell regeneration. HO2 HYALURON OXYGEN SERUM is gently puffed onto your skin using an applicator pistol. The hyaluronic acid within the serum intensively enhances the NMF of the skin, extends the youthful appearance of the skin and instantly fills fine lines and wrinkles. 

To aid the serum in penetrating deeper, the applicator pistol is then used to spray a concentrated (95%) stream of oxygen onto your skin. Concentrated oxygen delivered to the skin instantly reduces fine lines and wrinkles, reduces redness and other irritation*. The combination of hyaluronic acid and oxygen leaves you with skin that is plumper, healthy-looking and visibly younger.

Step 7- The ACTIVATOR MASQUE is applied, containing marine connective tissue and hyaluronic acid. Marine connective tissue leaves a fine protective layer, so the skin is left silky smooth and relaxing and firming the skin. This product is available for home use for an instant boost before that important event night. Whilst enjoying the effects of the masque, you receive a tension tackling massage with NECK & MORE, a product designed to particularly firm the neck and décolletage, often neglected and damaged from exposure to the sun, this product will target the visible signs of ageing.


Final Step- To finish off this excellent treatment experience, skincare suited to your skin type is applied, including a moisturiser containing SPF and an eye cream.


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