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COSMETOLOGY

COSMETOLOGY

CHEMICAL PEELING

  • Chemical peel is method for removing the superficial layer of the skin. One or more peeling chemicals are applied to the skin resulting in destruction of the superficial part of the skin. This allows a new layer of skin lining to develop. This procedure allows the removal of the superficial lining of the skin. It may help to remove black/white heads of pimples, superficial scars and superficial benign skin growths. Chemical peels should only be carried out by trained individuals. Complications from chemical peels may be irreversible.
    Type of Chemical Peels

  • Glycolic Acid Peel (AHA Peel)
  • Trichloroacetic Acid Peel(TCA Peel)
  • Jessner's Peel
  • Glow Peel
  • Salicylic Acid Peel

  • Chemical Peeling Faqs
    1. Minimize fine and coarse skin lines which resulted from sun damage (chronic sun exposure).
    2. Treatment of acne (pimples) especially those with blackheads and whiteheads.
    3. Mild/superficial acne scars.
    4. Some pigmentary disorders.
  • When the chemical peel agent is applied to the skin you may feel a burning sensation for a few minutes. If TCA and Jessner's peels are applied on the skin, the skin will turn white and then pink.
  • For AHA peels there may be a transient pink discoloration which quickly returns to "normal" colour.Occasionally very slight flaking in a few localized areas are seen for 1-2 days. Do not expect the skin to really peel.
  • For TCA and Jessner's peels, the skin may turn brown, feel dry, flake and peel for a few days.
  • You can have chemical peels done as an outpatient. For AHA peels you can return to work after the procedure without having to miss any time from work
  • Wash your face as usual but use a gentle cleanser.
  • You may be asked to use a moisturizing cream prescribed to you by your doctor.
  • Do not apply any skin medication or glycolic acid product during the entire time of healing or the skin will become irritated.
  • Avoid sun exposure. Use a sunblock beginning on the day after you have done the peel.
  • Do not peel, prick, scrape or scratch the skin at any time.
  • To get best results peels have to be repeated. Most patients require 2-4 peels at 2-4 weeks intervals.
  • For the AHA peels crusted scabs may be seen if not treated appropriately. This could become infected and possibly lead to a scar. Contact the doctor's office if any crusted scabs form.
  • The skin should look and feel completely normal within 3-4 days (for AHA peels).If not contact your doctor.
  • Persistent pain developing after the peel. This may be reactivation of cold sores. See your doctor immediately.
  • See your doctor if blisters appear.
  • Skin infections are uncommon complications. These are seen as painful red areas often with scabs.
  • Allergic reactions to medications are seen as persistent, itchy and painful rash.
  • Scars
  • Persistent areas of increased/decreased pigmentation.
  • MICRODERMABRASION

    It is a minimally invasive spa procedure that rejuvenates the appearance of the skin by treating sun damage, and other unwanted skin problems. This procedure uses a gentle stream of tiny silicone particles to exfoliate the outer layer of skin, leaving fresh, younger-looking skin and a renewed appearance

  • MESOTHERAPY

    It is a medical specialty that involves injecting microscopic quantities of natural extracts, pharmaceuticals & vitamins into the skin. It is employed to treat cosmetic conditions, including acne, cellulite, stretch marks, scars, wrinkles & hair loss. It can also be used to reduce & contour fat. Needle-free Mesotherapy is a new technique without pain and without bruising. It has advantages over oral, injection or intravenous administration due to its non-invasive nature, convenience and lack of trauma. Clients with a low pain threshold can now receive Mesotherapy. Larger areas can be treated. Clients can return to normal activities immediately.

  • BEAUTY THERAPY

    It is the treatment of skin, hair and nails. The wide range of beauty therapy treatments includes:
    Facial Glow, Facial Tightening, Facial Wrinkles, Facial Spot, Facial Acne ,Facial under Eye, Cleansing, Massage, Scrub, Pack-herbal, peel of mask, gel mask, cool mask, Eyebrow and Eyelashes Treatments,Manicure, Pedicure, Hair Removal.

  • Filler Injections

    Filler injections are a cosmetic treatment used to smooth wrinkles or pitted scars in the skin, usually on the face. They are also used to make the lips fuller. When injected under the skin, a filler raises or puffs up that area. This usually goes away over time. There are many kinds of injectable fillers. For some fillers, your skin is first numbed with a local anesthetic. Then a dermatologist uses a needle to inject the filler under the skin. A treatment session takes about 15 minutes. Some fillers are done in repeat sessions a couple of weeks apart.

  • Botulinum Toxin (Botox)

    The injection of botulinum toxin, commonly known as Botox, has become very popular for reducing wrinkles and rejuvenating the aging face. The effects are only temporary, but the injections can be done quickly, require no recovery time, and are not as complicated as many other cosmetic procedures for the face Botox injections are more convenient and less painful than other procedures for reducing wrinkles and making your face look younger (chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, face-lift). Keep in mind that the effect of an injection may last only a few months. To keep the effect, you will have to get injections several times a year. A single injection may seem inexpensive, but the cost of repeated injections can quickly add up

  • Radio Frequency Laser For Wart Removal

    Most commonly a small, rough growth, typically found on the hands or feet. It will commonly have the appearance of a solid blister. They are caused by a viral infection, are contagious, and spread through broken skin. Warts may reappear after they have been removed. Laser surgery uses an intense beam of light, or laser, to burn and destroy the wart tissue.





  • Derma Roller

    As we age, the body slows down production of collagen. The collagen layer gradually diminishes, which causes the skin that rests upon it to wrinkle and sag. The dermaroller treatment can be performed on any part of the body and has been shown to be very effective at improving stretch marks, acne scars, wrinkles, and all over skin renewal.

  • Facelift

    Facelift surgery , clinically known as rhytidectomy, is a procedure used to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles and other telltale signs of aging, with the goal of improving the overall appearance of the face and jaw. Facelift surgery can help to reverse the harmful effects of time, stress, and exposure to the elements. To perform this procedure, a facial plastic surgeon will lift and tighten the underlying muscles of the face to create more aesthetically pleasing contours appearance and rejuvenate the facial structure. Then he or she will remove excess pockets of fat and skin that can contribute to an aged, tired appearance.