- Chemical Peel (Chemical Peel)
- Mikrodermabraziya (Microdermabrasion)
- Rejuvenation (Photo-rejuvenation)
Chemical peeling (Chemical Peel) is the process of applying various acids to the skin in order to bring about a natural renewal of the skin layer. During the chemical peel procedure, acids exfoliate dead skin cells and regenerate the epidermis with active collagen. Thanks to this rejuvenation, the skin becomes elastic, resilient, and turns a healthy color. With the help of this procedure, it is possible to get rid of cosmetic defects such as dark spots, scars, wrinkles, acne, the effects of acne, enlarged pores, freckles, and any other age-related changes or early signs of aging.
Microdermabrasion is a type of non-invasive skin rejuvenation which uses mechanical exfoliation. Acting on the surface layer of the skin, microdermabrasion improves the blood supply and flow of nutrients and oxygen, which leads to rapid renewal of the epidermis. Through Microdermabrasion, the surface layer of the skin is “removed” and smoothened. In other words, microdermabrasion is resurfacing of the skin. The Microdermabrasion machine uses microchips or diamond-coated tips that delicately remove the top layer of the skin. Microdermabrasion is a painless procedure that helps to reduce age spots (hyperpigmentation) and fine wrinkles, tightens pores, stimulates the production of collagen, improves overall skin tone and appearance of the skin, and restores elasticity and smoothness to the skin.
Photorejuvenation with LED lights is another non-invasive method of skin rejuvenation. LEDs emit light that stimulate skin cells without causing damage to the dermis or epidermis. Phototherapy involves no side effects and can be used to treat any type of skin. LED is a red or a blue light, acting on the cells of the skin, which is absorbed by the fibroblasts (collagen-producing cells). Phototherapy causes these cells to increase production of collagen. Thanks to photorejuvenation, it is possible to get rid of wrinkles, age spots, traces of acne, and sun damage on the skin.