Skin Rejuvination: Philips ReAura Review Part II

Mimi ON Nov 28, 2012 AT 11:10 am

The ReAura is a light-based anti-ageing device developed to offer a treatment that targets areas of the face and body by emitting thousands of microscopic laser beams which pass down through the epidermis and dermis heating the skin’s temperature to create tiny wounds. The wounds trigger a natural reparation process in the skin, stimulating collagen and elastin growth in these areas – essentially creating new skin. So it’s the perfect next step when skin creams are no longer having much effect.

plump, bright skin at Balmain SS13

Always on the lookout for treatments that make a real difference, we took the Philips ReAura and put it through its paces.

Here is how our tester got on after a few weeks;

” A few weeks into testing the Philips ReAura and there seems to be a definite improvement. With the early signs of crows feet and more fine lines around the forehead and mouth than I’d care to admit to, as well as a significant lack of plumpness and radiance, I was ready to do whatever it would take to see a positive transformation.

One thing I will say is that when it comes to this beauty gadget’s success, dedication is key. Not only are regular treatments imperative to see results, but the discomfort that you will inevitably feel during the first few sessions, will ease up considerably as your skin develops a tolerance to the laser’s heat.

To start with, at just the second strength, my skin felt tender, sensitive and reddened very easily, making evening or weekend use the only real option. After just two treatments however I managed to work my way up to the third, with ease and with lesser amounts of redness.

At around the 6 week mark, I was amazed to find that I was requiring less foundation and concealer than previously, and even had a few comments on how ‘fresh’ and ‘bright’ my skin looked. To me, it felt smoother, thicker and more elastic than it had for some time. And that was after just a few weeks of dedicated use. “

To find our more about the science behind the ReAura, take a look at our first feature.

The Philips ReAura is £799 and available to purchase at space:nk.

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