Frequently Asked Questions 

Microdermabrasion 

 

Microdermabrasion is one of the more recent skin-care techniques to have crossed over from Hollywood to the mainstream. It's being advanced as an "instant facelift" -- an effective alternative to costlier and more invasive procedures like plastic surgery, chemical peels and Botox injections. Recently, more and more men are trying it, instead of pursuing cosmetic surgery.

 

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Laser Hair Removal 

 

Laser technology uses a beam of light that penetrates the skin for absorption by the pigment in your hair and skin. The absorbed light is converted to heat and travels down the hair shaft to the hair follicle. The heat damages the hair follicle so further hair cannot grow. Because the heat is not sustained, your surrounding skin is left untouched and undamaged. 

 

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Laser Rejuvenation (Photorejuvenation) 

 

Laser technology is a treatment that can correct a variety of skin conditions, such as facial skin imperfections, the signs of aging (wrinkles), birthmarks, unsightly small veins, and other blemishes. It offers a safe, non-invasive solution that can be tailored to your individual condition and skin type, providing superior cosmetic results and outstanding satisfaction.

 

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Mesotherapy 

 

Mesotherapy is a safe, natural alternative to invasive cosmetic procedures. This medical specialty targets problem areas with micro-injections of conventional or homeopathic medicines, vitamins, mineral and amino acids.

 

Tiny “medicinal bullets” are delivered directly into the mesoderm (middle layer of the skin) that are specific to the condition being treated whether it be for dissolving unwanted fat in the area or to tighten sagging skin. Several treatments may be required though you should see results with just one treatment!

 

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Glycolic AHA Peel 

 

Alphahydroxy Acids (AHA) such as glycolic, lactic, or fruit acids are the mildest of the peel formulas and produce light peels. These types of peels can provide smoother, brighter-looking skin.

 

AHA peels are used to treat fine wrinkling, areas of dryness, uneven pigmentation and acne. Alphahydroxy acids, such as glycolic acid, are often mixed with facial washes or creams in lesser concentrations as part of a daily skin-care regimen to improve the skin's texture.

 

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