FACIAL AGEING AND MAINTAINING A YOUTHFUL LOOK

Keep the freshness and volume of your face Ageing is a process caused by many factors that contribute to the formation of wrinkles. But the wrinkles are not the only thing that makes us look old. Pigment spots (solar lentigo), dilated blood vessels, excessive redness and the loss of radiance also age our appearance. Younger …

MEDICAL CHEMICAL PEELS

Make your skin glow again Skin peeling is a natural process used to remove dead and damaged cells from the surface of the skin. Advanced medical peels and techniques that are highly efficient and safe when supervised by a doctor that have been practiced for the last few decades, have enabled stimulation of this natural …

LASERS

Accurate and highly effective Lasers are used to remove various skin lesions such as hair, small blood vessels on the face or in the legs, facial redness, pigment spots, and to treat acne and other malformations. A laser produces a light beam with a single wavelength acting on a specific target, giving it an advantage over for example, an IPL instrument, which …

MESOTHERAPY FOR FACIAL REJUVENATION

Returning radiance and elasticity Mesotherapy is one of the most recent methods used for facial rejuvenation. During mesotherapy, many tiny injections of different active substances stimulate the production of new collagen. The needle is very fine and small, so usually only minimal pain can be felt. In order to achieve effective results, it is recommended …

Rimozione dell’acne dal viso.

ACNE

Not only teenagers have it Acne is a disease that commonly occurs during puberty. In addition to a negative impact on our self-esteem, acne might leave many scars that will remain visible into adulthood. Scar-removing procedures are highly demanding, so treating acne under a dermatologist’s supervision is essential to preserve a healthy skin. Pores contain …

ROSACEA

A comprehensive approach to redness At first, rosacea manifests itself as a transitory redness of the face, which then becomes chronic. Additional signs of rosacea are tiny blood vessels across the face (telangiectasia), inflammatory pustules and acne, the tendency to blush and a changed quality of nasal skin. The skin is usually more sensitive and …

ALLERGY TESTING

What irritates the skin? It is always good to discuss allergy testing with a doctor as only doctors can assess the type of allergy you might be suffering from, recommend suitable testing and use their expertise to evaluate the results. Different types of allergic reactions require very different methods of testing such as a skin …

DILATED BLOOD VESSELS IN THE LEGS, VARICOSE VEINS

For a lighter step Dilated blood vessels in the legs usually affect women, but men are also susceptible to them. Usually caused by hereditary factors, they can also appear during pregnancy, in obese people or when a person is subjected to repetitive and long-lasting periods of standing. They are not just an aesthetic issue; the …

MELANOMA

The dark side of the sun Melanoma is skin cancer that forms from melanocytes, which are skin cells that produce melanin (skin pigment). It usually develops on the skin and rarely in the eyes or on the mucous membranes. The results of early treatment are very positive, but very poor in the later stages of …

DO I HAVE AN INCREASED RISK OF SKIN CANCER?

It is good to ask the right questions Specialists at the SKIN centre will tell you that there is a lot you can do to maintain a healthy skin. To help you, we have prepared a list of questions and some guidelines, so that you know what you should pay attention to. They might prove …

WARTS

Don’t wait for them to multiply Warts are caused by a viral infection (human papillomaviruses). They are most common in school children and their general incidence in the population is around 10 per cent. They spread by contact and this is why they are usually present on several family members. Most often, they develop on …

PSORIASIS

Under control again Psoriasis is a chronic disease. It affects two per cent of the population, who are often members of the same family, indicating that it is a genetic condition. External contributing factors include injuries, inflammations and certain medications. Its onset is usually between the age of 20 and 30 or between 50 and …

PIGMENT SPOTS

Say goodbye to brown spots The number of these spots increases with age. In fair-skinned children, we call them freckles. Later on, tiny light-brown spots called solar lentigo with up to one centimetre in diameter develop. They are caused by excessive exposure to the sun. Pigment spots can be seen in 90 per cent of …

PIGMENTATION DISORDERS

When the spots go away Pigmentation disorders are more common and intense in darker-skinned persons with vitiligo and melasma being the most frequent cases. Vitiligo is the loss of pigment at specific, sharply limited skin areas caused by the absence of epidermal melanocytes. Melasma is more likely to appear in women and manifests itself in …

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