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Nurse Jamie & The Oxygen Bubble

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Nurse Jamie, Owner of Beauty Park Medical Spa stopped by today with her Oxygen Bubble to show us the latest revelation in skin treatments...Here's what we learned!

  • Creates atmosphere of 99.9% pure air to help the skin combat free radicals and form collagen and elastin in the skin.
  • It's a natural anti-aging treatment.
  • It helps regenerate respiratory pathways, improves concentration and leads to complete and satisfactory relaxation.
  • The air purity maximizes the effect of treatments applied at the time of the treatment.
  • Demonstration: Facial Treatment with Micro-Current Technology
  • This treatment is like "Pilates for the Face" it strengthens and lifts tired muscles.
  • One treatment will reach all 32 facial muscles.
  • Gently manipulates and re-educates the muscles by using a series of precise movements to tone the facial muscle.
  • Immediate results are seen as the muscles are taken back to their youthful position.

 
WorldLifestyle.com Contributing Editor
You can learn more about other skin treatments trending the red carpet this award season by  viewing articles by Nurse Jamie's at WorldLifestyle.com.

  • WorldLifestyle.com delivers the latest trends and cutting-edge information from around the world on Health, Beauty, Fitness and Wellness.


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