Skin Rejuvenation and Wrinkles Treatment
Physiological aging, linked to the passing of time, is a natural and inevitable aspect of life that affects all the functions, organs and tissues of the human body, including the skin. This natural process is accelerated by external environmental factors (ultraviolet rays, smoke, alcohol, pollution, etc.), which make up what is known as photoaging.
The clinical effects include thinning, transparency and sagging of the skin, wrinkles, uneven tone, pigmentation and vascular marks and irregularities in the skin surface. The phrase “anti-aging” relates to the application of advanced biomedical technologies focused on the early detection, prevention and treatment of aging-related disease.
Wanting to look young & healthy has been a desire for lots of people and for this purpose we have brought you the latest technologies with best expertise to offer versatile treatments that can be tailored to the specific demands of each patient.
We have focused on less invasive systems and methods combining a high degree of efficacy with shorter post-treatment recovery times, designed to meet the patients’ desire to be able to continue their work and social activities without interruption.
Our treatments include:
This innovative technology corrects skin imperfections and counteracts the effects of aging, such as wrinkles and flabbiness, by exerting a unique action on the tissues with effective stimulation of neocollagenesis. It is also ideal for areas that are considered untreatable such as the neck, décolleté and periocular area. The therapeutic action selectively reaches surface tissues and deeper areas, ensuring maximum reliability in controlling the application, with minimum thermal damage and extremely rapid recovery times for patients.
Radiofrequency (RF) is electromagnetic radiation whose primary effect on the skin is considered to be thermal. The main goal of devices based on RF is to heat specific layers of the skin, induce dermal shrinkage and promote neocollagenesis. The ability of RF energy to deliver heat to dermal structures results in nonsurgical lifting and tightening of tissue without the disruption of epidermal integrity.
A minimally-invasive procedure that is able to stimulate the local production of collagen in the dermis. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is infiltrated into the subcutaneous tissue through a tiny needle, from the injection point, CO2 diffuses easily into adjacent tissues. It introduces additional oxygen into the affected areas, and the result is a skin tightening with an improvement in facial wrinkles. The additional Oxygen has also an effect on the color of the skin, especially dark under-eye brown circles (caused by poor circulation in the skin).
A minimally invasive procedure that is widely used to treat various injuries and medical conditions. This medical specialty targets problem areas with microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medicines, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Tiny “medicinal bullets” are delivered directly into the mesoderm (middle layer of skin) that is highly specific to the condition being treated.
Chemical peels involve application of an acid solution to the skin, which helps improve acne blemishes, sun damage, age spots, freckles, rough skin and uneven pigmentation. All portions of the body can benefit from a chemical peel. The procedure causes a uniform exfoliation of the skin layers, varying from superficial to deep. Peels use differing formulas of chemicals to treat your skin. Mild chemicals (like glycolic acid) create very superficial changes, but more irritating chemicals (such as phenol) can cause more profound changes in your skin.
Skin booster injection is the quick SOS treatment when it comes to dry, tired skin. In addition to powerful hydration, your skin will feel firmer and fine lines will be diminished as skin’s natural balance is restored with a mix of Hyaluronic Acid & (dermo-restructuring complex), amino acids, antioxidants, vitamin B6 and minerals that are essential for skin that needs more delicate care.