Skin Lab by WPRS offers non-invasive treatment options which target signs of ageing including enlarged pores, uneven skin texture, scarring and fine lines to help firm and promote vibrant and healthy-looking skin.
At Skin Lab by WPRS, our approach to skin rejuvenation involves a carefully curated treatment plan. We commence with a skin consultation where you can discuss your skin concerns and how you currently care for your skin. Then, we work with you to develop a plan utilising a range of available options to help restore an even texture and tone, along with strengthening the skin to improve your overall appearance.
These treatments promote the production of new collagen, elastin and stimulate cellular repair for a more youthful and revitalised appearance, and include:
Skin Lab’s medifacial with LED is a tailor made medifacial that is customised to skin type and skin challenges following consultation and examination. Suitable for: Medifacial with LED is suitable for all patients. How does Medifacial with LED work? Double cleanse and gentle exfoliation, with extractions performed as necessary. Application of Synergie Skin mask, with …Learn More
SkinPen microneedling treatment is a non-surgical procedure that uses advanced skin-needling technology to rejuvenate the skin by gently creating numerous micro-wounds that stimulate the body’s natural healing process.Learn More
Laser Genesis is a gentle, anti-ageing laser that targets redness and improves the appearance of skin texture, pores and fine lines. This no-downtime, non-invasive and pain-free laser is suitable for all skin types and ages.Learn More
Limelight is a medical grade, non-invasive light-based treatment for skin rejuvenation. The procedure offers the advantage of improving skin tone and surface imperfections associated with ageing and photo (sun) damage.Learn More
Ultraformer III is a TGA registered, medical grade device for skin and tissue tightening of the face, neck and body. Suitable for: Sagging of the lower face and neck, skin laxity of the face, neck and body, small fat pockets, for example, “double chin". Treatment should be avoided in pregnancy.Learn More