Clinical skin care is a collection of therapies to help with the skins surface, complexion, tone, and rejuvenation. The treatments involve chemical peels, microdermabrasion, fillers, laser therapy, and more. With its wide range of techniques available, it is able to service a vast number of medical conditions as well.
See below for some treatments for common and rarer disorders:
Microdermabrasion helps in rejuvinating weathered skin.
Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive skin care treatment where the skin is exfoliated via crystals to remove old cells and flaws in order to restore the skin to its youthful glow. This therapy is wonderful for and those wishing to rejuvenate weathered skin.
IPL Photo facials help those suffering from acne, hyper-pigmentation, age spots, loss of tone and elasticity, and swollen capillaries. It uses an intense pulsed light (IPL) to target and correct skin flaws safely and effectively.
Laser Hair removal can help those with medical conditions that cause excessive hairiness
Laser hair removal can help those with medical conditions that cause hirsutism (excessive hairiness) including Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), Congenital adrenal hyperplasia, Cushing’s disease, Stromal hyperthecosis, and acromegaly to name but a few. Cold laser is both comfortable and safe and helps to restore a sense of normalcy to those suffering from unwanted hair, without the constant need to pluck, shave, or wax.
Body Shaping using lasers and infrared light technology helps those in need of toning, cellulite reduction, and weight loss without invasive surgical procedures. Treatments are pain-free and require no down-time.
Laser tattoo removal is available for those looking to say goodbye to past mistakes, fading body art, or those who simply want rejuvenated skin that is free of ink! Laser tattoo removal helps to remove tattoos in a safe and permanent manner.
Chemical Peel Improves Surface of the Skin.
Chemical Peels are performed to improve the surface of the skin by using a chemical solution that works to help remove dead skin cells and bring healthy skin cells to the surface. There are number solutions such as alpha and beta hydroxy acid peels, in addition to retinoic acid peels. There are more solutions that are aimed at correcting fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, scarring, acne, age spots, melasma (the mask of pregnancy) birthmarks, freckles, and other unwanted discolouration.
While some of the above treatments are now available as DIY kits, most require skill and professional certification to ensure patients receive the best treatment type to suit their skin care needs. It is always important to set up an initial consultation with patients to determine what clinical skin care treatment best suits their skin while satisfying their expectations from the treatment. With our skin being one of the most important parts of the body, it is vital to highlight the importance of using certified professionals for such treatments as opposed to DIY kits.