Welcome to the September 2013 edition of the Nuala Woulfe Beauty Salon/ Serenity Day Spa Newsletter.
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September 2013

Welcome to the September edition of our newsletter, we hope you have been enjoying the wonderful warm & sunny weather. We have put together lots of helpful tips for you to browse through.At Nuala Woulfe Salon & Serenity Day Spa, we are known for our fabulous facials. We are pretty well known for our expert massage therapies also. To keep things fresh and fabulous we research new products and services and add the ones we know you'll love. As the weather cools down and Autumn rolls in, skin care changes are a must for the season. To prepare your skin for the drying times of autumn, switch to a gentler exfoliator, as your skin will require a less aggressive exfoliation in winter. You may look at using an exfoliator with glycolic acid as it will effectively exfoliate and hydrate skin, as glycolic acid is moisture – attracting humectant.

It's that time of year when the back-to-school flurry begins, shopping, getting everyone ready and, finally the first day of school with its meetings, social get-togethers, and new schedules for all. Treat yourself to one of our massage or facial Therapies. Book a course of three and receive the 4th treatment free.

If your skin has seen a little too much of the sun this summer – Skinceutical Vitamin C serums are excellent for healing. Vitamin C is an antioxidant, which can prevent free radicals from creating damage to your skin. In addition, vitamin C has been proven to repair skin and stimulate the synthesis of collagen, which decreases with age and sun exposure. Studies have shown that vitamin C helps to minimise fine lines, scars, and wrinkles.

Our Staff have all received training on the art of Billion dollar eyebrows recently. Experience the Billion Dollar Brow Lift for yourself, the ultimate in eyebrow revitalisation–resulting in immediate results.

Wishing you excellent health & happiness.

The Team at Nuala Woulfe Salon & Serenity Day Spa.


No need to suffer with Acne or Acne Rosacea.

One way of dealing with it is photo therapy initially used to treat sleep disorders, depression, etc. Photo therapy has grown considerably in recent years in the field of dermatology and aesthetic medicine.

Its scope is broad and complements well with other therapies to treat;
  • Acne vulgaris
  • Rosacea
  • Scars
  • Erythema
  • Discoloration
  • Psoriasis
  • Wrinkles and expression lines - Photo rejuvenation Skin
  • Stretch marks
  • Preventing hair loss, strengthening and regeneration of hair cells
  • Herpetic infections
  • Calluses
  • Speeding up the process of difficult to heal wounds

The use of light therapy to treat acne;

Using light of a specially selected wavelength allows the call response, which will lead to the death of the bacteria P. acne and consequently diminish the inflammatory component of acne vulgaris. Clinical studies have shown that the optimal results of the treatment of acne using light therapy is achieved by the combination of blue light (responsible for the killing of the bacteria) and red light (reducing inflammation and reducing redness of the skin). The use of red light also has a proven clinical effect leading to the stimulation of collagen production, resulting in a healthier-looking, rejuvenated skin.

What is light therapy?

Also called "photo therapy" light therapy uses therapeutic role of visible light to treat or significant improvements in certain conditions, especially in the field of dermatology. The human body translates light energy into biological energy in exactly the same way as they do plants during photosynthesis, which is engaging to many cells of the body. This technique is not new: the concept of "light therapy" was first introduced in 1903, and NASA launched a study on the light in the '60s Twentieth century to find a way to reduce the loss of bone density and muscle mass in astronauts living in zero gravity.Technological progress has enabled the production of high-precision LED lamps with more power, can achieve a sufficient level of energy using the corresponding waves in order to ensure a true medical efficacy of this technique .

Available at Serenity Day Spa on 01 2300255/2300244.


Artificial nails require care & attention to keep nails healthy

Acrylic nails, gel nails, and nail tips can make our nails look flawless. With a little bit of care, you can keep these artificial nails looking healthy and flawless. This is what dermatologists recommend according to The American Academy of Dermatology .

  • Apply artificial nails only to healthy nails. Artificial nails may seem like the perfect cover-up for brittle nails or nails affected by psoriasis. Dermatologists caution that you should resist this temptation. Covering brittle or diseased nails only makes matters worse. It might even cause you to lose natural nails.
  • Test for a skin reaction first. The chemicals used to create artificial nails can cause a skin reaction. Some people get an itchy rash on the skin around their nails. Others get a rash when an artificial nail touches their skin. If you will be getting artificial nails for the first time, try wearing one nail for a while first.
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Specials

Holiday Prep Package.

This package contains:
- Pedicure & mini manicure
- Eyebrow Trim & Eyelash Tint
€85.00

Summer Body Bliss
This package contains:
- Full body Scrub & Spray Tan
- File & polish on hands and feet
€80.00

Fantastic Tan offer for month of June
 1 x tan €25
Pay for 5 tans €100

To make a booking, please contact us at +353-1-2300255 or reception@serenityspa.ie


Eating for healthy skin.

Healthy, wholesome food provides the building blocks for great skin, and of course feeling well and preventing disease. Whilst it is naive to believe that changing the way you eat is going to wipe out your existing wrinkles, it is just as naive to think you can eat what you want without any effect on your skin – you cannot eat junk and rely on a pot of face cream for healthy skin. Feeding your skin with optimum nutrition will result in clear, radiant, glowing skin. Growing older is inevitable, looking older isn’t, we can do so much to take control over how we feel and look with food. Feeding your skin from within is essential.

Skin cells rely on a balanced supply of nutrients to grow, strengthen and fight free radical damage, giving your body essential antioxidants and nutrients is an effective solution to fight ageing from the inside- as we are what we eat. Neglecting to eat well can result in your skin ageing considerably faster and deficiencies of certain nutrients, such as vitamin A, B complex and essential fatty acids can show in the skin as eczema and other skin conditions, it may even impair the skin’s ability to heal and repair itself. Skin is often the last to get it’s ration of nutrients, so it’s important to have a consistent diet with a variety of foods to give your body enough nutrients - supplements are also well worth taking, antioxidants and fatty acids in particular.
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Rejuvenation techniques

Lift 6 by LPG.

LPG Lift6 massage is an anti-aging treatment that aims to restore skin elasticity, reduce wrinkles and lines, fight sagging skin and erases skin's imperfections. A gentle pinching technique encourages collagen and elastin production, leaving the skin firmer and plumper with results are noticeable after just one treatment, although a course is recommended. When applied to the skin, the patented LPG treatment produces a rhythmic, continuous mechanical micro-pulsation. Throughout the treatment every inch of the skin receives direct tri-dimensional stimulation; around the eye and facial contours, the neckline and chest area.

This state-of-the-art facial treatment works with the connective tissue, stimulating new cell growth and optimizing the natural potential of the skin. Clinical studies have shown that LPG Lift massage dramatically improves facial elasticity by working deep down in the dermis and on the fibroblasts. Different heads are used for different parts of the face and small 'flaps' on the adaptable heads massage the facial muscles, improving the elastin fibres.
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