Star quality

Diamond Oxy Lift, a new treatment by L.Raphael Geneve, provides instant radiance and long-lasting benefits.

October 26, 2015 16:13
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Diamond oxy lift. (photo credit: Courtesy)

If the stars walking down the red carpet at Cannes seemed more radiant than ever this year, it may be thanks to the new L.Raphael Geneve treatment they received just before stepping out for the event. The new Diamond Oxy-Lift treatment adds instant freshness and glamour to both face and body.

Powered by a breakthrough complex of oxygen, LEC 40 and diamond powder, Diamond Oxy-Lift improves skin texture and tone, minimizes the appearance of lines, wrinkles, sun spots and stretch marks and rebuilds collagen and elastin for firmer, younger-looking skin.

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This scientifically advanced and ultra-luxurious face and body treatment promises to transform the look and feel of the skin, rendering instant luminosity while promising to reverse the visible signs of aging.

Inspired by the red carpet event season in the US and the international stars that are regulars at L.Raphael, such as Sofia Coppola, Gillian Moore and Princes Noor, I wanted to add a little glamour to my life (plus I had a wedding to go to), so I stepped into the Israeli branch of Ronit Raphael in Tel Aviv to get the treatment last week – and boy, did I come out looking like a star! Everyone is welcomed there as if they were stars or at least some kind of a celebrity.

The procedure starts with a soothing face and décolleté massage, followed by the oxygen treatment combined with the special ampoule containing omega 3, truffle and diamond powder. The result was indeed radiant. No red spots, no irritations – only glamour. Just the way I wanted it.

A series of treatments will benefit the skin; but even if you only take one treatment before a special event, it is well worth it.

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The writer was a guest of Ronit Raphael Center, Tel Aviv.

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