During the summer months, sun exposure and the appropriate treatments that are desirable should be taken into account.
Facial cleansing can be carried out in several stages or you can do only one of them yourself. Combined treatments include multipolar radio frequency, aqua peel, ion lift, and morning sound. Each step affects a different problem..
Multipolar radiofrequency leads to local heating of tissues to a temperature of about 42-43°C, which is pleasant and does not cause discomfort. There is an expansion of blood vessels with increased blood flow. Fibroblasts are stimulated, the main function of which is the production of collagen. The areas to be treated are the face, as well as part of the neck and décolleté. A special cream is applied to the skin, which moisturizes and provides thermal conductivity.
Aqua peeling combines the power of a directed air jet and special solutions adapted to the individual characteristics of the skin. The air solution removes the top layers of dead skin. A strong vacuum jet opens microchannels for transdermal nutrient delivery. Depending on the type of skin, solutions with different compositions are used.
With the help of ultrasound, low molecular weight water- or fat-soluble substances are transmitted through the skin. It is used for deep moisturizing of the skin or as part of the treatment of various dermatoses.
Ionic biostimulation – improves blood circulation, stimulates tissues and muscles, metabolism, and gives elasticity. The tip consists of 2 electrodes between which a repulsive electromotive force flows. One treatment or a combination of them can be performed once a week or monthly depending on the skin type.
Plasma therapy is mesotherapy with its own plasma. This is a way to rejuvenate the skin, making it more dense, elastic, and elastic. The method is based on platelets, which are small blood cells containing many growth factors necessary for recovery processes in the body.
The procedure begins with taking 8-9 ml of venous blood from the patient, after which it is centrifuged and blood elements are separated from the liquid component. The resulting plasma – PRP (Platelet Reaching Plasma) is rich in platelets. It is injected into the superficial, middle, or deep layers of the skin with a series of microinjections.
The application is based on the fact that growth factors released from platelets increase the production of collagen and elastin, stimulate the migration, division, and differentiation of many cells, the production of hyaluronic acid, normalization of tissue respiration, stimulation the formation of new cells and intercellular substances.
To achieve visible results, three consecutive treatments are required after 4-6 weeks. To maintain the effect, you can do one procedure every six months or once a year.
After manipulation, there may be redness and slight swelling on the treated area, which disappear within a few hours. It is not recommended to use the procedure for various diseases, such as anemia, thrombocytopenia, blood clotting disorders, treatment with anticoagulants or corticosteroids, active infectious diseases, and malignant diseases of various origins.
This is a rejuvenating procedure aimed at improving the condition of the skin. It is non-invasive, painless, and without a recovery period. The procedure takes place in two stages – the first is to apply carbon gel or charcoal powder to the face, the purpose of which is to cover the entire surface so that it also penetrates into the pores, where it deeply absorbs oil, dirt, and dead cells. Then, as the liquid hardens, it is treated with a laser.
The light is absorbed by the carbon particles, allowing it to penetrate deep into the pores. The result is the remodeling of the pores themselves – their narrowing and reduction of fat content in them. Bacterial growth is also greatly reduced, reducing the long-term appearance of acne. Removal of the most superficial layer of the epidermis leads to accelerated collagen synthesis and activation of fibroblasts under the action of laser radiation.
After the procedure, the patient’s face turns slightly red for several days, fully recovering within a week. Carbon laser peeling is carried out in sessions determined by a specialist dermatologist. It is used for acne scars, age spots, fine wrinkles, enlarged pores and to restore depleted skin. The procedure is not recommended for inflammatory processes, acne, active herpes, and open wounds in the treatment area, shortly after chemical peeling and during pregnancy.
Mesolift is a procedure in which a sterile gel based on hyaluronic acid, peptides, and amino acids is injected. The product provides intense hydration to the skin, and significantly improves its tone and density. Mesolift is especially useful for restoring the skin after the summer season when it is exhausted and dehydrated from high temperatures, the scorching sun, and salty water. The procedure deeply moisturizes and nourishes the skin. The main difference between mesolift and mesotherapy is the concentration of hyaluronic acid, which is much higher in mesolift.
During the procedure, a series of punctures with a thin needle is performed, and the treated area is first anesthetized with an anesthetic cream. After the procedure, the skin turns red and there may be bruises that disappear after a few days. It is recommended to perform an initial series of 3 treatments at regular intervals. The procedure is not used during pregnancy, lactation, and local skin infections.