Dr. Sam Bunting
10 Harley Street

Telephone: 020 74678483

    • Ann Carlyle
    • December 15th, 2011

    Hi, have you tried ReAura on yourself?

    • Hi Ann,
      Sorry for the late reply-I’ve only just seen this. I’ve tried the device and found it very user-friendly; like any anti-ageing strategy that involves minimal down-time, it requires commitment. But ultimately the study data (including skin biopsies) supports that it works in the same way as in-office Fraxel, so it’s compelling.
      I hope that helps.
      Best wishes
      Dr Sam Bunting

  1. Looking forward to reading more. Great post.Thanks Again. Really Great.

    • Ann Carlyle
    • January 9th, 2012

    Thank you about the ReAura, Doctor. I am traveling to London at the end of this month to purchase one (as won’t yet sell to the U.S.), so I wanted to be sure of its effectiveness.

    I have done many in-office Fraxels over the years with great results, but they are also very painful – I am anxious to go slow and steady (as you say) yet pain-free with the ReAura.

    Lastly, I also do at-home microcurrent treatments with the new NuFace Trinity device – could there be any negative effects of using both? Thank you, Ann Carlyle

  2. Dear Ann, I wouldn’t advise using any other physical treatment modalities concurrently with ReAuara. And cut back on ‘active’ skin care. You need a really simple cleanser (like Cetaphil) a good broad spec SPF and that’s it. It comes with a soothing after-care product.
    The pain is much more managable than most office treatments-do let me know how you get on.
    Best wishes

    • Ann Carlyle
    • January 10th, 2012

    Thank you, Dr. Bunting. But when you say “concurrent,” do you mean only on the days I treat with the ReAura? For example, the instructions recommend twice/week, so
    on the other says could microcurrents or LED provide healing?

    Also, what is your recommended sunscreen protection that addresses all rays. With many thanks

    • Hi Ann,
      The product should be used alone-I wouldn’t advise using with any other device. I like La Roche Posay Anthelios Extreme Fluide SPF 50, Skinceuticals Sheer PHysical UV Defense and Sunsense Daily Face SPF 50+.

  3. Fantastic article post.Really thank you! Great.

  4. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on skin care cream.

    • Smoore
    • July 28th, 2013

    Hi Dr Sam,

    Would you have any recommendations for foundation for acne prone oily skin? I feel like the Clarins one I’m using is making the breakouts worse…


    • Hi there,
      If you need concealment, then Vichy Dermablend Foundation Stick and Liquid are amazing. If necessary, get 2 shades to custom-blend the colour. For lighter coverage I also like Lancôme Teint Miracle and Nars Tinted Moisturiser. All are non-comedogenic. BW Dr Sam

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    • jean ambele
    • August 14th, 2014

    hello Dr.Sam
    I want to find out what is the best way to get rid of hyperpigmented scars on african skin. I have had my legs, back.and face look like that of a leopard since I was 8 and now I am 24. Please how can I succeed in seeing a spotless skin?

    • AHAs are a good start – they are gentle but exfoliants that help improve pigmentation over time. Try Neostrata.

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