Retailer is looking to combine organic beauty with the latest technology
UK skin care brand and retailer The Organic Pharmacy is looking to ramp up its in store beauty services with the roll out of a new body contouring and skin tightening system. The move is line with the retailer’s aim to combine the latest technology with organic skin care and follows soon after the introduction of the geneOnyx DNA test in its stores last October. The test enabled The Organic Pharmacy to develop a personalised programme of skin care and supplements for its customers after a private consultation.
“Organic and high tech have always been one of the visions I have had for The Organic Pharmacy. Taking our salon treatments into the future and combining our high tech natural and organic ingredients with high tech machinery is very exciting. The results are astounding and speak for themselves,” said Margo Marrone, founder of The Organic Pharmacy.
The new Lipoderm system is said to use radio frequency technology to boost collagen and firm the skin, in conjunction with ultrasound for permanent inch loss. According to the brand, the system can be used around the face, chin, eyes, cheeks and jaw line to reduce fine lines as well as tone the skin.
The Organic Pharmacy suggests a course of eight treatments, although results are said to be visible after a single treatment. Treatments are priced at £1,000 for eight sessions targeting the thigh area.