Botastic are delighted to be hosting a special open day during which the benefits of a new chemical and surgery-free anti-ageing treatment - which is proving popular with the stars - will be demonstrated and explained.
Favoured by selfie queen Kim Kardashian, who has shared videos of herself having the treatment with fans, ‘Endymed’ is a new technology which uses the body’s own collagen in the skin to tackle sagging lines and wrinkles.
Also popular with former England football captain David Beckham, the treatment has taken the US by storm, but as yet is only available at just 19 clinics across the UK – with Botastic MediSpa the only one offering it in East Yorkshire.
Having made a significant investment to ensure we can offer this treatment to our clients, demand has been high and we are now adding new treatment rooms ahead of the open day in September, when the benefits will be fully explained by specialists.
“Endymed is a fantastic solution to ageing as it uses your body’s own immune system,” says clinic owner Eve Bird, a former critical care nurse with 22 years’ experience.
“It is about skin regeneration and improving the texture of your skin. The texture of your skin can age you far more than any line or wrinkle.
“As you get older collagen in your skin depletes, and with women it goes much quicker, especially once the menopause starts. Collagen is best described as being like scaffolding for the face, and as it depletes it can lead to tired-looking skin, and drooping jowls.
“Endymed stimulates the collagen so that you’re getting lifting and tightening, and it’s natural as it’s your body’s own immune system reacting to the treatment.”
Treatment ideal for people who don’t want to use dermal fillers or more invasive treatments
There are three different levels of treatment available, ranging from Endymed Tighten to Endymed Intensif, and Endymed FSR – which is aimed at pigmentation and scarring. It can also be used to tackle stretch marks and acne scars.
The different treatments are delivered through a hand-held device, sending radio frequencies to heat deep into the skin, encouraging collagen to form at the same time as the upper layers are treated with intense heat to promote new tissue growth.
The treatment lasts an hour, and a course is recommended over several weeks, with annual top-ups offered to maintain results. Clients have so far been thrilled with the results of firmer jaw lines, and tautness and definition replacing sagging.
Eve said: “We can offer Endymed treatments in conjunction with other procedures, and will sometimes recommend that patients use Endymed for skin texture and dermal fillers for plumping.
“But Endymed is also a great standalone treatment for people who don’t want to use dermal fillers or want to avoid more invasive treatments,” Eve adds.
“It is usually when women are in their mid-40s that they see the best benefits from this treatment, but there is no upper age limit, we have seen amazing results with our older clients.”
The Endymed Open Day takes place on Friday, September 27, with time slots available at 11am, 2pm, and 7pm.
This will be a sell-out event, so purchase your tickets, which cost £10, online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/endymed-charity-event-tickets-66324581609 or by calling 01482 651600.
Those attending will receive fizz and nibbles, and will be entered into a free prize draw in which the first prize will be an Endymed treatment.
There will also be a 10% discount for treatments booked that day. Ticket proceeds will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support in support of World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.