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Welcome to the July Skin & Laser Newsletter. We hope you enjoyed last month’s article about Wedding preparation and our feature on E!’s reality show ‘Unveiled’. This month’s specials are designed to give your skin the pick-me-up we all seem to need during this cold winter. For more information regarding our services, specials or general enquiries, please call us on 03 8820 5801 Clinic News As of July, we now have Jessica Maggs, Cosmetic Nurse Practitioner, taking appointments for cosmetic

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Welcome to the June Skin & Laser Newsletter. We hope you enjoyed last month’s article about how stress impacts the skin. This month specials are based around laser treatments as winter is the best time to start. We hope all our wonderful Mums had a great Mother’s Day last month as well! For any more information regarding our services, specials or general enquiries, please call us on 03 8820 5801   Over the past few months, Skin & Laser has

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Welcome to the May Skin & Laser Newsletter. We hope you enjoyed last month’s article on how the gut function impact our skin. Check this month’s specials for a very interesting gut related item (hint: EFA’s) This month’s issue deals with the impact of stress on the skin. We are delighted to be involved with “UNVEILED” which appears on “Style” channel on Friday nights at 8:30pm with an encore on “E” channel Saturday nights at 9:30. We have been involved

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We have some exciting news this edition. Skin & Laser is now open in the Melbourne CBD. Our new clinic is located in the Ground Floor of 350 Collins St Melbourne. We also have a new phone number for your convenience: 1300 SkinNLaser (1300 754 665) Check the offers for this month as well. We have some great packages to kick start your skin revision with a strong focus on all skin types – including difficult skins with Acne and

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Sun exposure is one of the biggest contraindications (a reason why we would not be able to perform a treatment) to any laser treatment. We need to make sure the area is protected from the sun for 4-6 weeks prior to the treatment. The length of time will depend on the level of UV exposure, Ie. If you get burnt, it will be a 6 week wait.   If there is any sort of tan in the area, it means