Dull & Dehydrated Skin

When skin is dull and dehydrated, fine lines and wrinkles will be more apparent and your complexion will look lackluster and tired. Fortunately, Coppergate Clinic’s experienced team of Aestheticians are experts at reversing the effects of dehydrated skin, restoring optimum skin hydration and restoring your radiant glow.

The clinic offers a number of treatments specifically aimed at tackling dull dehydrated skin, including facials for dull skin, dehydrated skin treatments and the following restorative procedures: Dermalux light therapy, IPL Combined facial rejuvenation, Medical micro-needling, Obagi medical facials, Peels and resurfacers, and Hydrafacials.

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Dull dehydrated skin doesn’t just affect the face. Dehydrated skin treatment can work on the décolleté, the necks, arms, and thighs.

If you feel that your skin is lacking hydration and could benefit from one of our facials for dull skin, or indeed any of the other treatments outlined above, we would be pleased to talk through your options in one of our detailed consultations. During our bespoke consultations, we will find the dull dehydrated skin solution that’s best suited to your needs, skin type and condition.

Get in touch with us and a member of our team will be in touch as soon as possible to confirm a convenient appointment to discuss your dehydrated skin treatment.

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