First-ever clinical volumizing treatment
Introducing the exclusive treatment by mybody skincare, PROBIOTIC YOUTHBOOST™.
Are you worried about the downtime, the redness, and peeling of traditional peels? The PROBIOTIC YOUTHBOOST™ treatment works from the inside out to rejuvenate your skin, stimulate new collagen, and restore your skin’s natural beauty and health. The PROBIOTIC YOUTHBOOST™ is great for all skin types and is the first clinically advanced treatment to use probiotic bioactives to help delay the effect of aging.
PROBIOTIC YOUTHBOOST™ is a 20 minute non-invasive treatment performed by our medically-trained staff. This soothing yet stimulating facial and neck treatment employs a gentle yet effective acid, lactic acid, to deliver mybody’s Probiotic Skin Renewal Technology right into the deepest layer of the skin, the dermis, to gently stimulate an immune response, which increases cellular regeneration. PROBIOTIC YOUTHBOOST™ “resets” your skin from toxins, excess ablative treatments, and poor skin care habits without any surrounding damage or injury.
PROBIOTIC YOUTHBOOST™ works from the inside-out, avoiding the “burn” method to trigger a healing response. The probiotics detoxify the skin from unfriendly bacteria and chemicals from the environment while improving your skin’s natural moisture, texture, and appearance. The best part is that there is little-to-no peeling or down-time associated with this treatment
How it Works:
myPROBIOTIC Skin Renewal Technology features non-living Probiotic Derived Bioactives (PDB) isolated from the live bacteria (lactobacillus acidophilus). Non-animal and non-dairy derived, PDBs are the “good” bacteria molecules that the skin recognizes as being symbiotic with the body. Once it is applied to the skin, they gently stimulate a healing response without having to induce an injury. There is also minimal to no inflammation or irritation associated with PROBIOTIC YOUTHBOOST™.
What results can I expect:
Call us at (203) 292-8119 to arrange your relaxing PROBIOTIC YOUTHBOOST™ treatment today