Can Beauty be found in a GUN?
When it comes to beauty, there’s an expression we’ve all heard…”beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” The meaning is clear, that perceptions of “beauty” are very subjective and personal. While I might think the epitome of beauty is reflected in the simple butterfly, your idea of beauty might be more along the lines of a renaissance-era painting masterpiece.
But, would you ever equate beauty with a gun?
“Wow,” you say? NRA affiliations aside, most of us would be hard-pressed to associate a Smith and Wesson handgun with beauty.
But, what if the gun we had in mind was something other than a cold steel firearm? What if it was a new aesthetic device shaped like a gun, capable of transforming tired, wrinkled skin, into a vibrant, radiant complexion? We are referring to CoolLifting® (The Beauty Gun) now available at Guyer Institute’s Synergy Spa.
Fashioned in the shape of a gun (hence “The Beauty Gun”) CoolLifting® projects a powerful CO2 flow on the facial tissues, along with an extremely high concentration of atomized actives at a very high pressure and very low temperature.
CoolLifting® is non-invasive and thus, not painful.
Until now, treatments for facial wrinkles and facial rejuvenation have always involved long sessions with scarce results or timid results using traumatic and invasive treatments. CoolLifting®’s futuristic technology has changed all that. It is a fast and effective treatment that opens up a new spectacular, innovative anti-aging concept to fight wrinkles and rejuvenate the face. Patients notice an immediate smoothing of the skin and a reduction in deep skin-folds. It’s no wonder this comfortable, 5-minute, no downtime procedure has earned the motto …
“5 minutes to remove 10 years.”
For maximum results, we recommend a package of 3 treatments spaced 2-4 weeks apart.
CoolLifting®’s The Beauty Gun provides visible, intense collagen and elastin stimulation, dermis regeneration and skin texture and quality improvements.
Now, that’s proof that beauty CAN be found in a gun.
– From The Guyer Institute Blog Team