BUSY festival performers in Edinburgh are being given the opportunity to relax and unwind thanks to free pamper sessions being offered by a local cosmetic clinic.
As the festival moves into its final week, tired actors, musicians and comedians in need of a little TLC are being invited to Dermal Clinic in Morningside to enjoy complimentary luxury skin treatments.
The invite is being extended to all performers currently showcasing their act in the capital, as a token of appreciation from the clinic for their dedication and hard work entertaining hundreds of thousands of avid show-goers throughout August.
Annie McGrath – a comedy writer and performer starring in her own show Annie McGrath: Ambivert – has already taken up the offer and enjoyed an invigorating facial to help relax and soothe her tired skin after a month of performing.
Jackie Partridge, founding Director at Dermal Clinic, said: “We know the month of the festival can be very hectic for those involved, especially the performers who give absolutely everything to their audiences every night.
“When you’re so busy it can be hard to properly look after yourself and your skin so we wanted to help out by offering indulgent and relaxing treatments, allowing them to stop, breathe and have a little me-time.
“Our Environ treatment is particularly good at rejuvenating tired skin and it is super charged with vitamins to hydrate and refresh. We are proud to be the flagship clinic for it as it always provides hugely successful results our customers love.”
Performers taking up the generous offer will begin by having a facial scan using the Visia Facial scanner- a piece of equipment providing high definition images of the skin to highlight any problem areas. This allows skin treatments to be tailored to suit individual needs.
Following the scan, they will have a choice of different facial treatments to hydrate, relax and rejuvenate dull, tired skin following an intense month of performing in the capital.
Treatments are limited and applicants will be selected on a first come first serve basis.