Lipolysis

Don’t you wish you could destroy those fat cells permanently? Armed with Lipolysis we get right down deep under your skin and organise a fat attack wherever you need it…

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LED Phototherapy

“The light can heal” – Hippocrates LED phototherapy can heal the most stubborn skin conditions such as stretch marks and acne. What is LED Phototherapy? LED stands for Light Emitting Diode and represents emission of lights when a current is passed through semi-conductors. It is a non-invasive, non-thermal no down time procedure, which unlike lasers and IPL can be used in all skin types safely. Various skin conditions and aesthetic face and body problems can be targeted with different wavelengths of LED penetrating to a different layer of the skin. What is LED Therapy Used For? LED therapy is used for many skin conditions using different wavelengths MOST LEDS, the most advanced computerized LED therapy. LEDS for the following conditions: Skin Rejuvenation (Dull and rough skin). Stretch Marks in all skin types. Acne. Post laser treatment. Cellulite. Melasma. Hair Loss. LED can also be used as part of photodynamic therapy, which is more invasive treatment due to pre application of a photosensitive substance called ALA. LED can be used for various other conditions such as stress, psoriasis, bone and muscle pain, depression, allergic rhinitis, vein ulcers. These are only a few mentioned to explain the power of healing light. How Does LED Therapy Work? LED uses different wavelengths of therapeutic colour to induce particular changes in skin conditions. LEDS, state of the art light healing device, has 60 programmes...

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Laser tattoo removal

Effective Treatment for dark tattoo inks With the overwhelming popularity of tattoos over the last ten years, the market for effective removal has exploded. Tattoos are created by injecting colored pigment into small deep holes made in the skin. Regardless of whether a tattoo artist or an untrained individual injects the pigment, the marks or designs are relatively permanent. When people subsequently want their tattoos removed, most physicians today consider laser surgery one of the best methods. The Q-switched Nd:YAG is the most frequently used laser for tattoo removal. During treatment, pulses of light from the laser are directed onto the tattoo, breaking up the tattoo pigment. Over the next several weeks the body’s macrophages remove the treated pigmented areas. With the Q-switched Nd:YAG laser available on the Laser Tattoo Removal system, you can effectively treat dark tattoo inks, specifically black (which accounts for more than half of all tattoos), blue and green. Patients should expect to come back for several treatments to achieve expected results. Technology Tattoo ink and natural pigmentation like melanin absorb short pulse duration/high peak energy Q-switched pulses so quickly that they create a photo-acoustic effect within the pigment clusters. This effect breaks down the ink into much smaller particles that can be more easily removed by the body’s natural filtering system. Advantages Easy to administer, simple to switch between wavelengths Customizable with a wide...

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Laser Hair Removal

How does laser hair removal work? It is a medical procedure that uses laser light, which passes through the skin and gets absorbed by the melanin in the hair. This light is specifically designed not to damage the surrounding skin but to selectively target the hair. It causes photothermolysis which will eliminate the hair and its potential re-growth and achieve desired effect. The diode laser is emitting a broad spectrum light that travels harmlessly through the epidermis and dermis, targeting only the follicle area of the hair. This ensures a treatment that is safe, convenient and pain free. It eliminates dangerous energy spikes that used to cause burning and other undesirable effects. By absorbing the laser energy, hair follicles are disabled and future hair growth is prevented. Does the hair grow back? Laser will only work on the hair follicle in the active growth phase called anagen. That particular hair will be permanently destroyed during the session. However, hair that might have been dormant during previous laser hair removal sessions, can re-enter a growth phase. This is why multiple treatments are needed, until all the hair in a growth phase is removed. Which body areas can be treated? Laser hair removal can be done on just about any area of the body where there is need for unwanted hair to be removed: face, neck, hands, armpits, tummy area, bikini...

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IPL Photo Facial

Laser Treatment: is it Right for You? Every man and woman in the world has something about their appearance that they wish they could change. You can lose weight, you can get your teeth whitened, you can buy a new wardrobe, but you can’t change your face—or can you? There is a newer laser treatment out there called an IPL Photo facial that may be able to help you get the smooth, supple skin that you have always wanted and envied on all of the super stars. If you think they were born with skin like that, that just is not the case. The only difference between your skin and their skin is that they have a staff on hand all the time to constantly pick and prep and scrape at their face to create that baby-soft look that we all see.   What Can an IPL Laser Treatment Fix? This procedure is good for red bumps, fine lines and wrinkles, irregular skin colorations, acne—it can bring down a person’s self esteem fast. IPL photo facials are finally the type of technology that we need to get rid of those imperfections, and by obtaining such services for yourself you can be on your way to better skin and self esteem in no time. It can be used on the neck, the hands, and the chest as well as the...

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Fractional Co2 laser Skin Resurfacing

Always wanted a radiant, smooth and younger looking skin without roughness, signs of sun damage or pigmentation? Now there’s a brand new way to reverse the signs of aging and ensure your younger , It represents the latest generation of fractional laser skin resurfacing devices. It is capable of improving a variety of skin conditions without downtime and discomfort that is usually associated with olther, old fashioned resurfacing laser. What can it do? It lifts away years from your face & will improve your skin’s texture and tone to fight fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation and even acne scars. It will also stimulate new collagen growth. Dramatic skin tone and texture improvement will be usually noticeable after one single treatment. Our patients love this treatment because it: • Clears sun-damaged skin. • Smoothes away fine lines and wrinkles. • Shrinks enlarged pores. • Diminishes acne scars. • Blends uneven pigmentation (even epidermal melasma). • Decreases skin roughness and dullness. How Does it Work? Fractional laser pulses create tiny ablative zones, removing the epidermis and upper dermis leaving 65% of the skin intact. The treatment then triggers the body’s natural healing process, stimulating growth of new healthy skin tissue. The treatment is fractional which means that the procedure treats small zones of the skin, leaving the surrounding tissue intact. These large unaffected areas act as a reservoir for effective and rapid healing,...

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