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NASA technology arrives at the Spa


Delaire Graff Spa is now one of only a handful of treatment centres in South Africa to offer an LED (Light Emitting Diode) Facial Developed by NASA.

LED technology utilises wavelengths of light energy that are delivered to the different layers of the skin, which create reactions in the skin at a cellular level.

Collagen and Elastin production decreases as we get older, resulting in a less youthful looking skin.  LED technology has been proven to increase cellular activity, which in turn leads to a boost of collagen and elastin production, as well as tissue repair and wound healing.  Over time, this treatment will change the structure of your skin.  With  a course of six to eight treatments, you will see up to 200% increase in your skin collagen and elastin. Skin appears naturally smoother, tighter and more radiant with each treatment.

The LED and Cocktail Lift treatments are recommended for all ages since it treats teenage acne to adult acne and treatments are excellent for all skin types. The full programme consists of a facial once a week for six to eight weeks. For optimum maintenance it is recommended that follow-up facials are done every two months with the appropriate home care to support and maintain skin results.

For more information, please contact the Delaire Graff Spa.

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    We are preparing to open our Superior Lodges and Owner’s Villa on 21 December 2018. Construction is ongoing and we look forward to sharing this new exciting chapter with you.

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