What is Matrixyl 3000?

What is Matrixyl 3000? Answer written by Scott Moore on behalf of Great Directions Australia – 20th October 2015 Matrixyl 3000 is the name used to describe the combination of two peptides which can be used to improve the cellular health of your skin.  Matrixyl 3000 was developed by the Sederma corporation Matrixyl 3000 combines […]

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Skin Needling Face Treatment for Spider Veins

Skin Needling Face Treatment for Spider Veins or Broken Blood Vessels About this Skin Needling Face Treatment for Spider Veins or Broken Blood Vessels by Great Directions: This male patient is actually Ben Carroll, who is a support staff member at Great Directions Brighton.  Ben has developed the appearance of spider veins or broken blood vessels on his […]

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PRP for Face Before and Afters Great Directions

PRP for Face Treatments by Great Directions About this video: This video was recorded in 2015 and provides information about PRP for Face Treatments at Great Directions Australia.   About our PRP for Face Treatments: PRP Face and PRP Skin Treatments can help with: • ANTI – AGING by promoting the production of collagen & increasing the elasticity of your skin • REDUCE […]

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PRP vs Botox

Get the facts on PRP vs Botox with this video that is presented by Scott Moore from Great Directions. Get the facts on the difference between filers and wrinkle injections and PRP for Face Treatments by Great Directions.

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PRP for Face Treatments by Great Directions

Get the faces about PRP for Face Treatments by Great Directions with Scott Moore. PRP for Face Treatments by Great Directions is an amazing anti-aging treatment suitable for both men & women. PRP is also commonly referred to as the vampire facial or blood facial because PRP is sourced from a person’s own blood supply.

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PRP for Hair Loss and Local Anesthetic

PRP for Hair Loss and Local Anesthetic At Great Directions, we have heard that some PRP clinics have been mentioning that our approach towards local anesthetic was negatively impacting the results that our PRP patients may receive.   Therefore, we are publishing our rationale for using Topical Local Anesthetic Gel instead of administering Local Anesthetic […]

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