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The laser light penetrates the skin and the melanin pigments contained in the hair absorb the energy. By absorption, the light energy turns into heat and damages the surrounding cells, which are responsible for hair regrowth. However, even when using higher energy densities, the application is always safe, guaranteeing low risk and a gentle treatment for patients. The very low risk of side effects is achieved through an homogeneous spot profile and very efficient cooling of the epidermis. The unique fiber taper technology guarantees the flat top profile of the spot without hot spots. Learn More
The most common disorders of increased pigmentation are melasma (chloasma), solar lentigos (sun spots) and freckles. Solar Lentigos, the brown spots that appear in sun-exposed areas like the tops of the hands and face, is the most common pigmentation problem that we treat. Learn More
Veins carry deoxygenated blood back to our heart. In our legs, blood is collected in the superficial veins, just below the skin surface, and delivered to deeper veins that run within our calf muscles.The muscular action of our calves helps to pump the blood against the force of gravity towards the heart. Learn More
Acne is caused by the enlargement and obstruction of sebaceous glands by bacteria in the skin. These multiply deep in the hair follicle and produce inflamed pus-filled spots and cysts, which can appear on the face, chest, back, limbs and virtually any other parts of the body. Acne should be treated as soon as possible as acne is more likely to go on to a scar if it is left untreated.. Learn More
Let’s face it, during our lifetime we are going to obtain at least one scar on our body, this may be caused by deep cuts, wounds and acne. Generally, when the skin is damaged the body forms new collagen fibres (a naturally occurring protein in the body) to mend the damage, resulting in a scar. The new scar tissue will have a different texture and quality than the surrounding tissue. Scars form after a wound is completely healed. Learn More
Stretch marks affect almost 95% of men and women. They are formed in the areas of the body where the skin is imperilled to continuous stretching. There are three types of skin layers in the subcutaneous or hypodermis (deepest layer), dermis (middle layer) and the epidermis (the outer layer).
Stretch marks are formed within the dermis. We see common causes of stretch marks from obesity, pregnancy, puberty and various activities like weightlifting. This continuous stretching of an area damages the dermal tissue atrophy and causes the outer layer of this area to become thinner. In a result of this, the deeper layer of the skin area is revealed, forming unsightly marks and streaks along the surface. Learn More