Flawless, clear skin is what everyone looks for. Skin being the largest and most exposed organ of your body. But the majority of us face some of the other skin conditions like blemishes, sun damage, wrinkles, scars, fine lines, and skin pigmentation.
Facial Skin rejuvenation improves the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, sun and age spots, skin discoloration, and acne scars.
Skin/Facial rejuvenation is a series of cosmetic treatments, which can restore the youthfulness appearance of facial skin. Facial rejuvenation is achieved either by surgical/nonsurgical treatments.
We at Clear Skin Centre perform safe, reliable, and cost-effective nonsurgical treatments. Though, multiple sessions are required to achieve the best results. The patient needs to take post-procedure precautions and safeguard the skin for long-standing results.
It is also known as ‘chemical peel’ using a chemical solution, in which dead skin will peel off. The regenerated skin is smoother, softer, and less wrinkled; there are various types of peels available. It is decided after your consultation with the doctor, which is suitable for your skin.
This treatment is also known as “microdermabrasion”. This smoothes out the skin and improves tissue regeneration by removing the dead cells. It benefits by exfoliation, pore cleaning, reduces fine lines & wrinkles.
Fractional micro-needling radiofrequency skin resurfacing is a unique skin treatment utilizing bipolar radio-frequency energy. It is very safe & used on all skin types. It improves texture, tone & tightening of the skin. There is no post-procedure pain except mild erythema which settles in 2 to 4 days.
The oxy facial treatment applies pure, pressurized oxygen onto the skin followed by cleansing with normal saline to exfoliate the skin and helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. It even reaches deeper layers of the skin to increase the production of collagen, makes the skin healthier, and restores the youngness.
Laser skin rejuvenation is a skin resurfacing technique that uses a laser to enhance the appearance of sun-damaged skin, acne scars, chickenpox scars, and injury scars, as well as to treat minor facial defects.
Light and heat energy are used in laser resurfacing to “destroy” thin sections of skin. This encourages the formation of new collagen fibres, resulting in smoother new skin development.
It can be achieved with two types of lasers: ablative lasers, which strip thin layers of skin, and non-ablative lasers, which promote collagen growth and tighten the underlying skin.