A bespoke facial treatment with our founder that's tailored to your skin condition. Lisa imparts her expertise and hands-on technique along with technology to provide a truly holistic and harmonious treatment.
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This treatment includes steaming, manual extraction, microdermabrasion and exfoliating followed by a Rose Quartz lymphatic massage.
Products used include our award-winning line of products; Phyto Gel Wash, Anti-Pollution Cleanser, Refining Exfoliator, Pollution Defence Cream, Luminescent Base, Clinic Privé Peel and a Clinic Privé Serum that relates to your unique skin condition.
Regular facials and skin maintenance assists with early skin ageing.
The perfect alternative to anti-ageing injections and dermal fillers. If you do or have previously had injections this will act as a great addition and allow longer rest time before required top-ups.
Fine Line & Wrinkles
Redness & Rosacea
Acne & Breakouts
Dull & Lacklustre
Firmness & Elasticity
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Bespoke Facial Lisa Franklin FAQs
A bespoke treatment with our founder renowned skincare expert and facialist Lisa Franklin. Lisa is recognised for her expertise in advanced skincare treatments and her holistic approach to skincare and well-being.
Lisa’s extensive knowledge and experience and deep understanding of the skin, its conditions, and effective treatments provides the basis of this treatment. Tailoring the treatment to individual needs. Lisa believes that each client’s skin is unique, and therefore, a personalised approach is crucial for achieving the best results.
The main principles Lisa follows is to strengthen the skin barrier function through a process of nurturing the birth and rebirth of skin cells through the use of various active ingredients and treatment protocols to achieve long-term sustainable skin health. This process provides a solid foundation for which further treatment protocols can be undertaken throughout your skin journey to the cosmetic outcomes you desire.
Creating the perfect foundation is achieved by supporting a process called Cornification, also known as keratinisation.
This is a natural process that occurs in the epidermis, which is the outermost layer of the skin. It involves the transformation of living skin cells into tough, protective structures called keratinocytes. This process is essential for maintaining the integrity and function of the skin
- Basal Layer (Stratum basale): The process begins in the basal layer, the innermost layer of the epidermis, where skin cells called basal cells divide and proliferate. These cells are constantly replicating to replenish the upper layers of the epidermis. Thorough cleansing and ex
- Spinous Layer (Stratum spinosum): The newly formed cells move upward to the spinous layer. Here, they undergo changes and start producing keratin, a tough and fibrous protein that provides strength and resilience to the skin.
- Granular Layer (Stratum granulosum): As the cells continue moving towards the skin’s surface, they enter the granular layer. In this layer, the cells lose their nuclei and other organelles, and their cytoplasm fills with granules containing keratohyalin, a protein that helps in the formation of keratin.
- Clear Layer (Stratum lucidum) (not always present): In some areas of the body, particularly thick-skinned areas like the palms and soles, there’s a clear layer between the granular and corneum layers called the stratum lucidum. This layer consists of densely packed, clear, dead cells.
- Corneal Layer (Stratum corneum): The final stage of cornification occurs in the outermost layer, the stratum corneum. The cells here are fully keratinised and lack nuclei and other cell organelles. They are flat, tough, and tightly packed, creating a barrier that protects the underlying layers of skin from external factors like pathogens, chemicals, and moisture loss.
The process of skin cornification takes approximately 4 to 6 weeks for a cell to move from the basal layer to the stratum corneum. This entire process is crucial for maintaining the protective barrier of the skin, preventing dehydration, and ensuring the skin’s resilience and strength. It also contributes to the shedding of dead skin cells and the renewal of the skin’s surface.
This process is critical to long-term skin health and optimising results from clinic treatments and home care skincare routines. All in clinic treatments and at home skincare routines prescribed by Lisa Franklin coincide with this process as part of a continuous cycle of nurture and support.
Cleansing, Steam and Extraction, Chemical Peeling, Mask Application, Targeted Serums and Treatment application, skin lifting and tightening, facial remodelling and contouring
Steam application using purified and filtered water vapour to open up pores and prepare the skin for extraction (if needed). Extraction of blackheads, whiteheads, or other impurities (if desired and suitable for your skin).
Chemical peels are a dermatological procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to exfoliate and remove the top layers, revealing smoother, rejuvenated skin. We use our own Facial Peel which is a combination of Alpha, Beta Hydroxy and Fruit Acids.
Chemical peels are particularly effective for treating mild to moderate acne as a standalone treatment or in combination with other acne treatments for better results. Depending on the type and severity of acne, different types of chemical peels can be chosen. Superficial peels are usually recommended for mild acne, while medium or deep peels may be suitable for more severe cases.
Chemical peels, especially medium and deep peels, can improve the appearance of acne scars and hyperpigmentation left behind by acne. They can stimulate collagen production and encourage the growth of new, smoother skin.
Chemical peels can target and reduce hyperpigmentation, including dark spots, sunspots, and melasma. They even out skin tone and promote a more uniform complexion.