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Riverhills launches revolutionary ‘epigenetics’ facial

PUBLISHED: 14:22 27 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:22 27 March 2017

Germaine de Cappuccini treatment

Germaine de Cappuccini treatment

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Germaine de Capuccini’s ground breaking anti-ageing treatment is now available at the Ipswich spa

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Therapists at Riverhills Spa in Ipswich are excited to be launching the first anti-ageing facial based on ‘epigenetics’ from Germaine de Capuccini.

Julie Love and her team at Riverhills have all been trained in these exciting new products and are keen to share the benefits with regular and new clients. Research has shown that 80% of ageing signs that appear on the face from the age of 40 are not, as previously thought, due to hereditary genes, but to external factors that alter the gene structure, such as lifestyle and the environment.

This is where the term epigenetics is born. Every day, each cell of the human body is damaged 60,000 times on average. Much of this damage is naturally repaired, yet some epigenetic changes may remain, and in some cases the genes that naturally repair the skin and slow down the ageing process are ‘switched off’.

The Timexpert SRNS Global Anti-Age ON treatment reactivates these dormant genes and boosts cellular regeneration using Epigenol and Zinc-Glycine Complex.

Developed by Germaine de Capuccini, Epigenol is a highly concentrated active ingredient extracted from the calendula flower. Capable of boosting the skin’s natural regeneration mechanisms, it ‘switches on’ the genes left dormant by the epigenetic damage, reactivating the younger proteins.

Zinc-Glycine Complex is an award winning complex that boosts the skin’s defences. It stimulates the synthesis of metallothionein, an intracellular antioxidant which neutralises reactive oxygen species (ROS) that cause cell damage whilst reducing the oxidative stress responsible for photo-ageing of the skin.

Global Anti-Age ON is a powerful all-round anti-ageing treatment that provides firming, wrinkle-reduction, revitalisation, improved pigmentation and hydration. In a self-evaluation test carried out on 173 women after one treatment 99% reported firmer, more supple and nourished skin, 98% reported more luminous and uniform skin, 95% had a globally rejuvenated face and 95% have more redensified skin.

While the treatment offers very real visual results, it also provides a relaxing experience, incorporating a Japanese warm towel facial cleanse and massage rituals.

For more information and to book a treatment, call Riverhills on 01473 463262

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