When we are young, our skin sheds its cells every 30 days. However, as we get older this extends up to every 60 days. The natural decrease in cell turnover can cause a build-up of dead skin cells and a dull looking complexion.
Apart from the natural ageing process, other factors such as exposure to the sun and certain lifestyle choices can lead to tired, dull skin. In order to keep the skin bright and healthy, it is important to protect the skin from damage whilst also encouraging cell turnover. Wearing an effective sunblock with a suitable moisturiser on a daily basis can defend against harmful UV rays which age the skin.
The application of yellow light-emitted diodes (LED) help with both accelerated wound healing and post treatment care, especially after laser treatment, skin booster injection, or chemical peel.Read More
Q-switch laser is a FDA-approved laser that targets specifically to pigmentation.Read More
This is a series of microinjections of stabilised hyaluronic acid, a water-attracting substance which helps to maintain hydration in the skin by absorbing water and giving skin firmness and elasticity.Read More
A non-ablative laser treatment that uses laser energy to penetrate deep into skin without injuring the top layer, stimulating the deep dermis to produce natural collagen and other vital proteins that make up healthy, youthful skin.Read More