Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive skin resurfacing treatment that uses a minimally abrasive instrument to exfoliate the outermost layer of skin cells, improving skin texture and appearance.
Laser/IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) for pigmentation and vascular removal uses targeted light energy to break down excess pigmentation or blood vessels in the skin, reducing the appearance of conditions such as sun damage, rosacea, and spider veins.
Hydrodermabrasion is a similar treatment to microdermabrasion, but it uses water and oxygen to gently exfoliate and hydrate the skin, leaving it softer and smoother.
Plasma pen technology uses ionized gas to create a small electrical arc that tightens and lifts skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, while also used to remove some benign lesions.
Laser/IPL hair reduction uses targeted light energy to damage the hair, reducing hair growth in the treated area.
Skin needling, also known as microneedling, involves using a device with tiny needles to create small punctures in the skin, stimulating collagen production and improving skin texture and tone.
Laser tattoo removal uses high-intensity light energy to break up the ink particles in a tattoo, allowing the body to naturally remove them over time.
Electrical facial treatments involve using low-level electrical currents to stimulate and improve circulation, or as a anti germicidal, resulting in a brighter, more toned complexion.
Chemical peels involve applying a solution to the skin that causes it to exfoliate, revealing smoother, brighter skin and reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation.
Manual lymphatic drainage is a gentle massage technique that stimulates the lymphatic system, helping to reduce swelling, improve circulation, and boost the immune system. It is often used as a pre and post-operative treatment or for people with lymphedema.