European aesthetician offers skin care breakthrough

Irina Skylar with the HydraFacial machine. Photo: Courtesy

Irina Skylar, European-trained aesthetician with over 30 years experience, is now offering a state-of-the-art, non-invasive facial resurfacing procedure that revolutionizes the rejuvenating process for candidates of all ages.

She was selected as an exclusive representative of the HydraFacial™ skin-solution based resurfacing system that has been featured on the CBS The Doctors national TV show based upon her longevity in the skin care business and her reputation as an exemplary skin care specialist.

The HydraFacial procedure provides immediate results to target common conditions such as fine lines, wrinkles, hyper-pigmentation, brown spots, sun damage and acne-prone or oily skin.  Prior to this treatment becoming available, the only other treatment of its kind was microdermabrasion.

Skylar explained that “the HydraFacial treatment is the newest advance in non-laser skin resurfacing. It is the only hydradermabrasion procedure that combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection simultaneously, resulting in clearer, more beautiful skin with no discomfort or downtime.”
She added: “I have been in the skin care business a long time and there is truly nothing that compares to this treatment; clients experience renewed glow and suppleness to the skin surface that they have been trying to regain for years. What impresses me most is a renewed elasticity of the skin — I’ve tried the treatment myself and it really works. And for younger clients, the acne therapy results have been extraordinary.”

Skylar was initially trained in skin care procedures in her homeland of Moscow and then proceeded to the Aida Grey Beverly Hills Institute of Skincare. She was joined the exclusive Aida Grey La Jolla Skin Care Boutique and worked there as an aesthetician for 12 years before launching her own skin care business 16 years ago. She specializes in European facials, glycolic peels, LED light therapy, eyebrow sculpting, lash and brow tint, waxing and makeup.

For a limited time, Skylar is offering a $50 introductory discount on the first HydraFacial treatment. For optimum results, she suggests three to six treatments. Treatments are scheduled by appointment only at her La Jolla facility. Contact her at (858) 456-9404 or www.Irina-Skincare.com.

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