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TV Presenter Carol McGiffin visits The Ryder Clinic

Star of ITV's 'Loose Women', Carol McGiffin visited the Ryder Clinic  in St Albans on six separate occasions during Autumn 2009. Carol underwent the Cutera® 3D Skin Rejuvenation™ laser treatment, administered by GP Partner, Dr Palmyra de Banks.

Carol was treated with a combined set of 3 laser treatments from the Cutera Laser. The Limelight Facial and Photo Genesis laser handsets were used to combat visible problems right at the skin's surface including fine lines, enlarged pores, scarring, pigmentation and redness. The revolutionary new Titan laser completed the third stage of the process, heating the tissue deep within the dermis resulting in firmer, tighter skin. 3D skin Rejuvenation is a package treatment which requires up to 6 individual treatments from the Photo Genesis and 3 treatments from the Limelight Facial and Titan lasers.

"After the third session, I began to notice my skin tone had improved," Carol describes in an interview with the Mail on Sunday's You Magazine. "My friends started noticing and finally – the ultimate test – Mark noticed."

Ryder Clinic's Marketing Director, Sarah Edwards describes the treatment effects: "Following the completed course, Carol will notice improvements which will continue for several months thanks to the laser's collagen stimulation within the dermis. Her skin will be noticeably smoother and healthier with a renewed tightness and a brighter, clearer complexion overall."

Launched in January 2009, the Ryder Clinic offers patients a private GP service and a variety of aesthetic treatments. Patients can choose highly effective, new laser treatments to lift sagging skin, remove unwanted wrinkles, pigmentation and scar tissue as well as remove unwanted hair and thread veins. Combined with wrinkle-relaxing injections and facial fillers, Ryder Clinic's medical team offers patients a comprehensive and effective solution to a variety of medical and aesthetic skin complaints.

For more information visit www.ryderclinic.co.uk or phone 01727 860230.


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