Acne laser treatment is just what it sounds like. The technician will use a very powerful and small laser to effectively trigger the acne. Usually, the procedure will be done because the acne is being caused, at least in part, by over producing oils in the skin. The laser will get to these glands that are under the skin and causing the oils and destroy them. While this seems harsh, laser acne treatment is virtually painless. There are no ramifications to having these glands destroyed either. Once the glands stop producing oils, the bacteria that cause acne will not have an optimal place to grow. This in turn effectively stops acne.
In order to determine the pathogens, which have caused this ailment, it is important to know that there are two different forms of acne vulgaris, these being mild and severe, each of them being triggered by different factors. The mild form is usually easier to treat, the discomfort associated with it is less severe and it manifests through the development of blackheads, whiteheads, papules or pustules. The physical symptoms of severe acne vulgaris are significantly more distressing and its presentation is associated with nodular acne, cystic acne, acne fulminans and acne conglobata, which may also present sinus tracts. The latter three types are less well known and their incidence is lower compared to the milder forms of acne vulgaris.
Unwanted pigmentation problems, like brown spots or splotchy skin, have many causes and can occur in all skin types. Fortunately, dermatologists have investigated a variety of skin-lightening methods and have developed many promising treatments. Depending on the severity and extent of the pigmentation problem, a dermatologist can tailor a patient’s treatment based on his or her individual skin tone, and the treatment may include a single therapy or a combination of one to two therapies.
Offers effective anti-aging treatment with fetal stem cells. Anti-aging therapy helps to improve overall physical condition of the patients resulting in less tiredness, improvement of gait and posture and work capacity. Mental capacities improve, leading to acceleration of decision making and restoration of the short-term memory and emotional balance is achieved. Anti-aging treatment with fetal stem cells leads to marked cosmetic effects, such as skin color improvement, fewer wrinkles, skin lifting and sparkling eyes.
Anti Aging Includes :
• Line& Wrinkle Reduction
• laser and chemical peeling
• Perfect 10 Face Lift
Even if you have the clearest skin, dark circles can overlap the beauty, making you look tired, aged and dull. Let’s admit that we all have tried natural remedies or anti-dark circle creams to at least lighten the under eye area, but nothing seems to work. Hence, this is probably the time you should consider treating your dark circles professionally.
Besides hereditary factors and stressed lifestyle, increased melanin (also called hyper-pigmentation), fat loss beneath the eye and broken blood vessels are some reasons behind getting those ghastly dark circles. However, if you take a professional treatment to cure dark circles, it may work wonders for you.
Pollution, stress, an irregular diet and erratic sleep patterns can reflect badly on the texture of your skin. Regular detoxification and purification of the skin is as important as detoxifying your body. The Skin Purifying Treatment is a germicidal and exfoliating therapy that helps manage acne and other skin infections by deeply cleansing the pores. The treatment reduces shine and restores balance to problematic or clogged skin by reducing excess sebum for a lasting effect.
Life is hectic and still everyone wants to achieve perfection especially when it comes to beauty. Whenever we want to go out in a party we always try to look our best. We wear our best dresses, make up and jewelry but due to paucity of time we skip the parlor round although we know that our skin is looking dull and life less. To get that instant glow on your face here we have treatment which will pep up your skin ,will make you feel special and you will not repel skipping your parlor too.
Melasma is a form of hyper-pigmentation, or the darkening of skin on the face, which is often seen during pregnancy or when women are on oral contraceptives. Symptoms of melasma are dark, irregular patches commonly found on the upper cheek, nose, lips, upper lip, and forehead (shaped like a mask).
What we see in these areas is a freckling effect, or what appears to be specks of dirt on the skin. The good news is, melasma is not dangerous, and doesn't have any other symptoms beyond cosmetic discoloration.
The cause of melasma is two-fold:
- the stimulation of melanocytes, or pigment-producing cells, by the female sex hormones estrogen and progesterone.
- UV light exposure, which is significantly magnified by living in the Texas “Sun Belt.”
In most cases, the discoloration will not go away on its own, even after giving birth or discontinuing the use of birth control pills.
Psoriasis [pronounced sore-EYE-ah-sis] is a noncontagious, lifelong skin disease The most common form, plaque [plak] Psoriasis, appears as raised, red patches or lesions covered with a silvery white buildup of dead skin cells, called scale.
This is non-infectious disease of skin, characterized by well-marked red lesions which are dry with silvery white scaling becoming obvious only after scraping.
Condition is characterized by exacerbations (flare-ups) & remissions (temporary disappearance). It can be associated with nail changes like thickening, thimble pitting, involvement of finger joints & occasionally severe systemic effect like fever & chills.
Commonest site involved is elbows, knees & lower back. Other sites which are prone to be affected are -scalp marked scaling with lumpiness, nails, all over the body, palms, soles.
Redness, swelling and itching are common to most skin allergies. Yet there are some differences that help in the diagnosis of specific conditions.
• Itchy bumps, blisters or very dry skin that:
• Appear as red to brownish-gray colored patches
• May “weep” or leak fluid that crusts over when scratched
In infants, eczema often appears on the cheeks, forehead or scalp. Children are prone to have the rash at the bend of the elbow joint, wrists, behind the knees and behind the ears. Adolescents and young adults typically have the rash in the same locations as children, as well as on the hands and feet.
People with atopic dermatitis can also have an extra crease, called a Dennie’s line, across the lower eyelids.
Identifying the cause of the skin irritation is essential to relieving the symptoms. An allergist / immunologist will take a complete health history and may perform tests to diagnose allergies that could be causing symptoms.
Chemical peels are broadly defined by the depth of damage in the skin that they produce. They are categorized as superficial, medium, and deep. Superficial peels do not damage skin below the epidermis, the most superficial skin layer. Medium peels may reach to the superficial layer of the dermis, the deeper layer of the skin. Deep peels generally reach the deeper layers of the dermis. The depth of damage depends on the nature and concentration of the chemicals in the peeling solution and the length of time they are permitted to interact with the skin. Popular chemicals in peeling solutions include alpha-hydroxy acids, beta-hydroxy acids, trichloroacetic acid, and phenol.
Skin Rejuvenation, otherwise known as a Laser Facial, is a procedure which utilizes the unique aspects of the Hoya ConBio RevLite® laser system, to achieve remarkable results in reducing the worn, tired look of aging skin. The RevLite® laser uses multiple frequencies of laser energy to treat a wide range of cosmetic conditions, offering men and women a sort of "one-stop shop" for treatment of wrinkles, fine lines, sun damage, age spots, discoloration, and other signs of aging, as well as vascular lesions, pigmentation issues, and tattoo removal. The laser's special shutter design allows for pinpoint accuracy, resulting in effective treatment with less damaging heat and increased overall safety.
Who is a candidate for Skin Rejuvenation?
Generally speaking, the Skin Rejuvenation procedure is ideal for men and women who are looking to reduce or eliminate the appearance of:
Age, or "liver" spots
This treatment is also excellent for Teens suffering from blemished skin.
Skin Rejuvenation Includes:
• Basket of Peels
• Ishine Facial & Body rejuvenation
• Mesotherapy: Mesolipo, Meso scalp &Meso Face
• Instant Glow with Restylane Vital
What areas of the body can the Skin Rejuvenation treat?
The procedure can be used on multiple areas of the body, with the most popular applications being:
Photo Rejuvenation is one of the newer forms of facial rejuvenation. Unlike lasers, which use collimated, focused light, PhotoRejuvenation uses intense broadband light. This type of light is preferentially absorbed by both the brown and red pigment in and beneath the skin. Although Photo Rejuvenation delivers energy to both the superficial (epidermis) and deep (dermis) layers of the skin, the damage to the epidermis is minimized by a chilled crystal that contacts and protects the skin’s surface. Thus, there is no true “down time”, though there is often a visible skin response that can generally be covered easily with make-up. While the primary function of these treatments is to reduce the appearance of sun damage (brown spots and excess blood vessels andb redness), many people find that it also gives the skin a softer, smoother feel and may provide improvements in fine lines and texture as well.
What areas can be treated with PhotoRejuvenation?
PhotoRejuvenation treatments are typically performed on the face, neck, chest, shoulders and hands. However, any body area that has succumbed to the signs of photo-aging can be treated.
A beautiful glowing skin is always an apple for the eye. Our skin has to be taken good care of. There are many factors which can aggravate factors that can harm your skin. Sometime or the other our skin tend to bear some kind of abrasions which are quite harmless. These abrasions can be anything like moles, freckles, pimples, skin tags etc.
Moles: A mole is basically a pigmented spot on our skin. It can either be present from birth or can appear anytime during childhood or adolescence. At an average, the number of moles you have can vary from 10-40. As you age, these moles can change colors, increase or then decrease in size. The good news is that they may also disappear over a period of time.
Moles generally are not at all harmful, but in case your mole enlarges over a period of time, bleeds, itches or darkens, there is something to worry about. If such situation arises, consult your dermatologist immediately as it might be a sign of cancer.
Here are Different Types of Moles:
One of them is Congenital nevi, these are the moles that appear at birth. These are rare and can occur one in 100 people. These moles are more prone to cancer than the ones occurring after birth. So it is always advisable to get them checked.
The other type of mole is Dysplastic nevi. These moles are generally larger than a normal pencil eraser and are of uneven color shape and size. People suffering from Dysplastic nevi are prone to very serious form of cancer. So any sign of change in this mole should be brought to your dermatologists notice.
Causes of Mole
Our skin has cells called Melanocytes. Melanocytes are responsible for giving our skin its natural color. At times these cells (melanocytes) grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout. This is how Moles are caused.
Most people develop skin growths as they grow older. These include moles, warts, skin tags, seborrhoeic keratoses and are commonly found on the face, shoulder, armpit, neck and chest area. These growths are usually benign in nature, but they can be surgically removed to enhance appearance.
Anti-aging treatments currently lead the list of procedures being performed at aesthetic clinics across the globe. The spectrum of treatments is rather wide, ranging from the regular use of sunscreens and moisturizers to invasive surgery. Traditionally they have been segregated into surgical and non-surgical options.
Facial ageing primarily takes place due to the following reasons
• SUN DAMAGE-Chronic sun exposure leading to photo damage resulting in dehydration, loss of elasticity and sun spots. Below: the classic picture of a man who was exposed to the Sun daily on one side of the face for several years.
• LOSS OF VOLUME OR FAT-With age the fat layer beneath the skin gradually shrinks giving a gaunt and sallow appearance
• SKIN LAXITY-With time the skin thickness reduces because collagen, the protein fibers responsible for tautness and smoothness of skin starts degenerating. This starts the appearance of lines, folds and creases and the overall droopy and sagging contours.