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Radara Featured in Raconteur
Radara is a revolutionary approach to rejuvenating the difficult eye area.
The home-use product was featured in Raconteur, who reviewed how the product is used.
Delicate Eye Area
The eye area is notoriously difficult to treat as the skin is so delicate. Thin skin dries out easily loses natural elasticity and fine lines and wrinkles can show very quickly and easily, accentuated by facial movement.
Raconteur introduced the Radara concept saying:
“Many anti-ageing treatments now include hyaluronic acid or HA. More than just a beauty buzzword, HA is nature’s own plumping molecule, which can deplete in skin over time, leading to a loss of support, hydration and luminosity. What’s more, the skin’s natural barrier function means that most creams and serums simply sit on the surface, leaving the HA unable to penetrate deeply enough to make a difference.”
“This is where Radara is unique: this new innovation in advanced skin rejuvenation uses patented micro-channelling technology to carry HA deep into the skin. The thin, flexible Radara patches are coated in thousands of tiny plastic “pins” which painlessly create micro-channels in the skin, allowing the specially formulated HA serum to penetrate deeply to where it is most needed.”
At Home Treatment
Radara is an at-home treatment which can be added to patients’ regular skincare regime. It takes 5 minutes to apply every evening for a month and involves no pain, redness or downtime.
How it Works
Radara patches have unique micro-channelling patches which allow pure hyaluronic acid serum to penetrate into the ski; doubling the efficacy compared to serum alone, by allowing it to reach deeper.
Visible results can be seen as early as two weeks.
Clinical trials showed that in four weeks, Radara delivers smoother, firmer skin and reduced lines and wrinkles.
Tests have also showed that skin quality improvements and wrinkle reduction continued for at least four weeks following treatment.
As a new product, availability of Radara in the UK is restricted to a handful of clinics.
Quinn Clinics based in Bristol and London is the only clinic in the South West and one of only 5 in London according to www.radara.co.uk.
Treatment costs £220 for a supply of home-use patches and serum.
Quinn Clinics was established in 2006 and offers a full range of cosmetic, medical and laser skin treatments at its two clinics.
As well as anti-ageing cosmetic injections performed by the clinic’s owner and founder, Dr John Quinn, the clinic can offer the latest laser technology including IPL, laser, CO2 fractional laser and radiofrequency treatment.
Call 0117 924 4592 (Clifton, Bristol) or 0208 858 0575 (Blackheath, Greenwich, London) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.