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Sabrina French Beauty Esthetic

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Westminster, London
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Facials - Express Facial & Eyebrow Tinting 50 mins
Face Massage 45 mins
Facials - Hands On with Extraction1 hr
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Sabrina is a experienced and fully qualified French medical aesthetic that has been in this field for 30 years. Obtaining degrees and diplomas from Université Rene Descartes-Paris 5, the CAP Esthetique, IMCAS and STARL STYLIDERM.

Having worked in Paris’s best hospitals namely the American Hospital of Paris located in Neuilly-sur-Seine and then opened her very own clinic in Saint-Germain-des-Prés after training the medical staff at the world famous Burj Al-Arab’s spa. This has enabled her to excel and become renowned in what she does.

Sabrina offers a wide array of services to the highest quality from waxing, facials, peelings, massages to semi-permanent makeup and non-surgical lifting. All treatments are effective, safe and provide natural results thanks to Sabrina’s renowned professional experience and the unique use of the latest technology.

Only the best quality products that Sabrina trusts are used namely French and German products including BoCouture, Hyabell and VarioDerm for non-surgical treatments, Dermaceutic Laboratoire for face and body peeling, VCarbonSystem and BioTech for face and body lifting.

Medical grade laser is used to treat acne, acne scarring, hair removal, rosacea, veins, varix, large pores, sun damage, pigmentation, melasma, age spots, uneven skin tone, dull skin and skin texture. Mesotherapy, the Vampire facial and Cosmo peel 18% TCA Facial are used to combat fine lines, skin texture and dehydration. Medical pedology for diabetics is also provided.

Semi-permanent make up performed by Sabrina French including eyeliner, lipliner, lipstick and eyebrow micro-blading to enhance shape using the latest technology to achieve natural cosmetic enhancement through subtle use of colour.