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Skin care and rejuvination Procedures

We Provide a vast array of procedures from transforming procedures minor corrective surgeries.

Face Scrub

Anti Acne Peel

An anti-acne peel is a cosmetic treatment designed to address acne-prone skin. It typically involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin, which exfoliates the outer layer, unclogs pores, and reduces inflammation associated with acne. These peels often contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, glycolic acid, or lactic acid, which are known for their ability to penetrate the pores and dissolve excess oil and dead skin cells.

The process usually begins with cleansing the skin to remove any dirt or makeup. Then, the peel solution is applied evenly to the skin and left on for a specific amount of time, depending on the type and strength of the peel. After the desired time has passed, the peel is neutralized and removed, and the skin is typically treated with soothing products to minimize any discomfort or irritation.

Anti-acne peels can help improve the appearance of acne by reducing breakouts, shrinking enlarged pores, and improving overall skin texture. However, it's essential to consult with a skincare professional before undergoing any peel treatment, as they can recommend the most suitable type and strength of peel based on your skin type and concerns. Additionally, it's crucial to follow post-peel care instructions carefully to ensure optimal results and minimize the risk of adverse reactions.

Face Sheet Mask

De-tan ( Brightening ) Peel. 

A brightening peel is a type of chemical peel designed to improve the overall appearance and brightness of the skin. It typically targets issues such as dullness, uneven skin tone, dark spots, and hyperpigmentation. Brightening peels often contain ingredients such as alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) like glycolic acid or lactic acid, beta hydroxy acids (BHAs) like salicylic acid, or other skin-brightening agents like vitamin C or kojic acid.

The process of a brightening peel is similar to other chemical peels. The skin is cleansed thoroughly, and then the peel solution is applied evenly to the skin and left on for a specific amount of time. The acids in the peel work to exfoliate the outer layer of the skin, promoting cell turnover and revealing brighter, more radiant skin underneath. Additionally, ingredients like vitamin C can help to inhibit melanin production, reducing the appearance of dark spots and hyperpigmentation.

After the peel is removed, the skin is typically treated with soothing and hydrating products to minimize any discomfort or irritation. Over time, a series of brightening peel treatments can help to improve the overall clarity and luminosity of the skin, resulting in a more youthful and even complexion.

As with any chemical peel treatment, it's essential to consult with skincare professional to determine the most suitable type and strength of peel for your skin type and concerns. They can also provide guidance on proper post-peel care to maximize results and minimize the risk of adverse reactions.

Getting a Facial

Dermapen

Dermapen is a type of microneedling device used in cosmetic procedures to improve the appearance of the skin. It works by creating controlled micro-injuries to the skin, which stimulates the body's natural healing response and promotes collagen and elastin production. This process helps to rejuvenate the skin, reduce the appearance of scars, wrinkles, and stretch marks, and improve overall skin texture and tone.

The Dermapen device consists of a handheld instrument with tiny needles that penetrate the skin at adjustable depths. During the procedure, the Dermapen is moved over the treatment area, creating microchannels in the skin. These micro-injuries trigger the skin's repair process, leading to the formation of new collagen and elastin fibers, which help to firm and tighten the skin.

Dermapen treatments are typically performed in a dermatologist's office or medical spa by trained professionals. Before the procedure, the skin is cleansed and numbed with a topical anesthetic to minimize discomfort. After the treatment, the skin may appear red and slightly swollen, similar to a mild sunburn, but these side effects usually subside within a few days.

Multiple sessions of Dermapen treatments are often recommended to achieve the best results, with sessions spaced several weeks apart. The number of sessions required depends on the individual's skin concerns and desired outcome.

Dermapen treatments can be effective for a variety of skin concerns, including:

1. Fine lines and wrinkles
2. Acne scars
3. Surgical scars
4. Stretch marks
5. Uneven skin texture and tone
6. Large pores

As with any cosmetic procedure, it's essential to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine if Dermapen is suitable for your skin type and concerns. They can provide personalized recommendations and guidance on the best treatment plan for you.

Face Care

TCA peel 

A TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) peel is a type of chemical peel used to improve the appearance of the skin by removing the outer layers, stimulating collagen production, and revealing fresher, smoother skin underneath. TCA peels are stronger than some other types of peels, such as glycolic acid or lactic acid peels, and are typically used to address more significant skin concerns, including fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and acne scars.

During a TCA peel treatment, a solution containing TCA is applied to the skin, usually in multiple layers, depending on the desired depth of penetration. The TCA solution causes controlled damage to the outer layers of the skin, prompting the body's natural healing process to kick in. As the damaged skin peels away, it reveals new, healthier skin with improved texture and tone.

The depth of the TCA peel can be adjusted based on the concentration of the TCA solution and the number of layers applied. Superficial TCA peels penetrate only the outermost layer of the skin and are often used for mild to moderate skin concerns, while deeper TCA peels penetrate deeper into the skin and are suitable for more significant issues.

After a TCA peel, the skin may appear red, swollen, and flaky for several days to a week, depending on the depth of the peel. It's essential to follow post-peel care instructions provided by your skincare professional to ensure proper healing and minimize the risk of complications, such as infection or hyperpigmentation.

TCA peels can provide significant improvement in the appearance of the skin, but they are not suitable for everyone. It's essential to consult with a qualified dermatologist or skincare professional to determine if a TCA peel is appropriate for your skin type and concerns. They can assess your skin and recommend the most suitable type and strength of peel for your needs, as well as provide guidance on pre- and post-peel care.

Face Sculpture

Face threadlift 

A face threadlift, also known as a thread lift or suture lift, is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure used to lift and tighten sagging facial skin. It involves the insertion of dissolvable threads or sutures into the skin to lift and support the underlying tissues.

During a face threadlift procedure, the threads are inserted under the skin using a fine needle or cannula. Once in place, the threads are gently pulled to lift the skin and reposition facial tissues, providing an immediate lifting effect. Additionally, the threads stimulate collagen production, which helps to improve skin elasticity and firmness over time.

There are different types of threads used in thread lifts, including:

1. Absorbable threads: These threads are made from materials that dissolve over time, such as polydioxanone (PDO) or polylactic acid (PLA). As the threads dissolve, they stimulate collagen production, which helps to maintain the lifting effect.

2. Non-absorbable threads: These threads are made from materials that do not dissolve, such as polypropylene or polyester. While non-absorbable threads provide longer-lasting results, they carry a higher risk of complications and are less commonly used.

A face threadlift can be completed in under an hour, depending on the number of threads and treatment areas. The procedure is minimally invasive and requires little to no downtime, although some swelling, bruising, or discomfort may occur temporarily.

The results of a face threadlift are immediate, and most patients experience improved facial contouring and a lifted appearance shortly after the procedure. Over time, as collagen production is stimulated, the skin's texture and firmness continue to improve, with results lasting up to 1-2 years.

Face threadlifts are suitable for individuals with mild to moderate skin laxity who are looking for a non-surgical alternative to a traditional facelift. However, it's essential to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine if a thread lift is suitable for your specific needs and expectations. They can assess your skin and recommend the most appropriate treatment options for you.

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Eyelid surgeries / Blepheroplasties

Eyelids are thin and delicate structures and their surgeries require great precision and finesse. Various traumatic and congenital defects are corrected. 

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