Michael Brunelli has revealed the lengthy process he undergoes to ensure his skin stays looking good.
He has already undertaken one session at a clinic in Doncaster, Victoria, and was so pleased with the results he had the specialist run through the steps for his followers.
Investing in the long run: Michael Brunelli (pictured), 30, has revealed the lengthy process he undergoes to ensure his skin stays looking good. Pictured: Before (right) and after (left)
In the first of several clips uploaded to his Stories, the 30-year-old can be seen having his skin checked by the specialist, who reassures him his ‘marks are better’.
‘2020 was a roller coaster of skin issues and acne for me,’ Michael captioned the video, with a before photo of his red, pimply skin in the bottom right corner.
His specialist went on to comment he was entering the second phase of ‘Green Power’.
‘So we’re going to do another Green Power on you today. There’s six levels. We’re going to stage two,’ the woman explained.
Skin secret: The former Married At First Sight star took to Instagram on Wednesday to share details about him in the second stage of a treatment called ‘Green Power’. He uploaded a series of videos of his skin being checked and treated by a specialist in Doncaster, Victoria
‘But considering you’ve only had one and so much of this has mocked up… I think it’s the best course of action so let’s do it again.’
The specialist is then spotted proceeding to ‘zap’ Michael’s nose, which is covered by white gauze.
‘Detour to high frequency zap a pimple on my nose’ he captioned the clip.
‘Zap a pimple on my nose!’ The specialist is then spotted zapping Michael’s nose, which is covered by white gauze
‘So this is an alternative to skin needling’: A herbal solution is added to his face afterward, which is thoroughly rubbed in by the specialist
A herbal solution is added to his face afterward, which is thoroughly rubbed in by the specialist.
‘So this is an alternative to skin needling. So we’re working on your scars, your pigment, rejuvenating the skin. It’s an all-herbal treatment,’ she explained, before Michael responded: ‘And it doesn’t feel that good.’
The specialist then advises Michael to use a lot of sunscreen and avoid ‘active ingredients’ for up to four days.
‘So for three to four days no active ingredients, lots of sunscreen and you’re going to use some pigment inhibitors,’ she said. ‘And at the end of the weekend you will exfoliate the skin.’
The process is a small price to pay for Michael, whose skin has dramatically improved from appearing dry and pimply prior to the treatment.
Looking fresh: The process is a small price to pay for Michael, whose skin has dramatically improved from appearing dry and pimply prior to the treatment. Pictured: Michael and his girlfriend, Martha Kalifatidis