To witness this, you need to get lucky or agree to stay up late… my first appointment with Philippe Simonin was scheduled at 10PM.
He doesn’t need publicity in order to be recognized. Word of mouth has worked so well that today he is overwhelmed by requests.
As one of his clients says in a whimsical way:
“When I was 30 year old, I wanted to please. Now that I’m 60, I don’t want to… displease.”
Philippe Simonin has developed and mastered a technique over time, using his patented devices.
In Europe and in the rest of the world, these devices will be available for the beauty institutes that choose to exploit the patent. Philippe Simonin still uses very fine needles, which are used to convey currents that have the particularity of provoking a dermal electro-simulation allowing the skin to reconstitute its own collagen and recover its elasticity.
Many defects fade away or disappear.
In the second stage of the treatment, a ball frozen at 19.4° Fahrenheit will create a cellular thermal shock which will fix the treatment and provide a stunning glow.
The new devices he has designed for the beauty institutes will no longer use needles, but rather a specific kind of current that will be transmitted to the skin via two little gold triangles designed to pinch and stimulate wrinkles, scars and hollow areas.
In the second stage of the treatment, a ball frozen at 19.4° Fahrenheit (-7° Celsius) will create a cellular thermal shock which will fix the treatment and provide a stunning glow.
The results are spectacular. The sebaceous properties are regulated, improving acne for example.
The spots fade away, and you look younger and refreshed very quickly.
The “Simoderm” devices are already used in the Helena Rubinstein beauty institutes of Asia, under the name “Cellular Electroplasty by Simonin”.
By using at a 900-volt frequency, they will be as efficient as a session with the master in person.
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Photography of Philippe Simonin by Paolo Migliorini
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Lorraine Bolloré started working for American Vogue in Paris before joining French Vogue, where she was Beauty Editor-in-Chief, specializing in fragrances. She has received numerous prizes for her articles.