Skin whitening and glowing treatment aims at reducing the excessive melanin content in your skin. Since the accumulation of melanin causes dark spots and uneven skin tone, a treatment to reduce it can give you a lighter complexion than before. A skin lightening treatment can help minimise melasma, sun damage, freckles and other types of marks.
Who doesn’t dream of having a smooth, clear, and even skin tone? We all do, right?
Over time, our skin’s outer layer loses its texture and becomes uneven due to aging, scars, sun damage and other environmental factors. Skin resurfacing treatments help to reverse these signs of aging and stress, helping you look younger, and even healthier, by removing the most damaged outer layers of skin
If you are experiencing uneven skin tone, dry skin, sunspots, scars etc. then skin resurfacing treatments can help you bring back your smooth, clear, and even skin.
Skin lesions are areas of skin that are growing abnormally or look different to the normal skin surrounding it. While in most cases they are benign or non-cancerous, sometimes they can also be a health concern for containing cancerous cells.
There are many different types of benign (non-cancerous) skin lesions like moles, cysts, skin tags, lipomas, keloids, keratosis, warts etc. The treatment depends on their type, size, and physical location on the body.
Your doctor will recommend removing skin lesion if there is any suspicion that it could be cancerous or could become cancerous. You may also decide to remove skin lesion if you’re unhappy with how it looks.
Rosacea is one of the most common skin conditions characterized by redness and bumps on the cheeks, forehead, nose, chest, neck, and chin. It’s a chronic facial skin issue that may also come with symptoms like swelling, burning (or itching) sensation of the eyes and small red lines. Rosacea is often mistaken for acne, eczema or skin allergy and people tend to ignore it often.
While rosacea can be difficult to completely cure but our experienced dermatologists can help control the symptoms through a combination of non-surgical treatment which is fit for every type be it acne rosacea, vascular rosacea, ocular rosacea or Rhinophyma. It typically affects lighter-skinned patients (women in particular between the age 30 to 50), though it can happen to anyone and the specific cause behind it is still not known.
PRP and Mesotherapy are the most popular treatment for skin rejuvenation as well as for hair loss. Both are these are non-invasive treatments and are highly recommended for a youthful skin and hair growth.
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma and is the white part of the blood (after centrifuging or spinning it) with highly concentrated platelet protein which is highly regenerating and is thought to trigger a healing response in the skin. PRP uses the technique of mesotherapy to deliver the plasma.
Mesotherapy is multiple tiny, non-deep injections into the skin (any part of the body) of ingredients that can trigger the body’s own healing response. These ingredients can be amino acids, vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, blood (or plasma), plant extracts etc.
Pigmentation refers to discoloration of the skin, your skin gets its color from a pigment called melanin which is produced due to sun exposure. Melanin is a natural, dark pigment in our skin which protects your skin from hazardous effect of UV radiation. Sunlight, aging and genetics can lead to overproduction of melanin which causes hyperpigmentation. Freckles, age spots, uneven skin tone and other such conditions are possible cases of hyperpigmentation. While pigmentation is normal and essential, hyperpigmentation is something you would want to treat at an early stage as it can cause severe skin problem.
Melasma is a common pigmentation condition that develops due to hormonal changes caused by pregnancy or birth control pills, hormone replacement or thyroid dysfunction. It is a condition most commonly found on the face and is also known as the “mask of pregnancy.”
If you are dealing with severe pigmentation conditions like hyperpigmentation, melasma, freckles etc. then you should opt for non-surgical treatment.
Wrinkled hands, saggy skin around the neck and decolletage are telltale signs of aging. Most of our anti-aging efforts are focused on face which is obvious. As it is important to follow rigorous skincare routine and opt for anti-aging treatments for your face, the same goes for the other three key areas i.e. hand, neck and decolletage.
In fact, the first signs of aging often show up on the neck, decolletage and hands. The neck and decolletage damages are revealed through lines, wrinkles, age spots, saggy skin whereas for the hands the skin usually becomes wrinkled or loose.
Fortunately, there are multiple treatment options available for retarding the signs of aging in these areas.
Excessive sweating medically known as hyperhidrosis, is a common condition which may be experienced throughout the whole body or certain areas. Most people sweat when they exercise or exert themselves, are in a hot environment, or are anxious or under stress. The excessive sweating experienced with hyperhidrosis far exceeds such normal sweating.
Sometimes excessive sweating is a sign of a serious condition and may require you to visit a doctor.
Dark circles are not always the result of tiredness and lack of sleep. Even a good night’s sleep may not be enough to get rid of the appearance of undereye dark circles. While lack of sleep is easily the most common cause of occasional dark circles, they could also be the results of factors such as genetics, sun exposure, hyperpigmentation, aging, smoking and thin skin around the eye. It can be also be caused by fatigue, deficient microcirculation and unhealthy lifestyles. In majority of cases, dark circles are caused by poor circulation beneath the lower eyelids.
Dark circles are not a health concern but affects the overall appearance and tends give an impression of tiredness. It has become increasingly common these days due to the lifestyle and most people resort to medical treatment to get rid of them instantly.
With the appropriate lifestyle changes and a bespoke treatment plan combining the most effective and cutting edge procedures we have achieved great results in helping to reduce dark circles.
Acne is one of the most common skin problems that affect both men and women. From mild acne to more severe cases, there are a variety of categories of bumps, whiteheads, blackheads, nodules and pimples that may develop on an individual’s face, back, chest, neck and shoulders etc. Acne is usually caused due hormonal changes, certain medications, hereditary factors or a diet that is high in dairy products and refined sugars or carbohydrates.
When acne breakouts penetrate deep into the skin, they damage both the skin and the tissue beneath it. As the acne clears, the body tries to repair this damage. During the healing process, the body produces collagen—a substance that gives the skin support. If the body produces too little or too much collagen, the skin will scar.
Active acne and acne scars affect the appearance of the face which can in turn hamper one’s confidence and self-esteem. Fortunately, modern advancements in cosmetic medicine have made it possible to treat acne and acne scarring.