Skin resurfacing
Lip fillers
Hyaluronic acid

Aesthetic medicine

  • Botox

    Botox is the most common non-surgical way to fight aging these days. Botox is not only used to get a wrinkle-free face but also to treat medical conditions like neck spasms, excessive sweating, and lazy eye.

    Botox is a non-surgical procedure that is performed carefully by using a thin needle to inject a substance called botulinum toxic into a variety of muscles in your face.

    The initial results can be seen 2-3 days after the procedure and they usually last for around 3 to 4 months.

  • Fillers

    Fillers are all those products we use to provide volume on the face and correct effects of aging. The most used fillers are:

    • Collagen: it is a protein that represents more than 25% of the total proteins. It generates very resistant fibers and these are part of many tissues in our body providing a variety of properties.
    • Hyaluronic acid: it is a type of sugar that we produce and destroy in our body naturally. One of its most important properties is the ability to attract and retain water. When we age, the skin loses hydration, and therefore, elasticity and firmness becoming more saggy, leading to the appearance of wrinkles. Through the infiltration of hyaluronic acid we managed to increase the hydration of the area we are treating, increasing its volume and improving the skin quality.
  • Fraxel

    Fraxel is a non-aggressive laser rejuvenation system, it acts by eliminating aging skin, which, once renewed, has a more hydrated, smooth and healthy appearance. The results are immediate and progressive, with its peak in approximately two or three months.

  • Radiofrecuency

    It is a system that stimulates the production of own collagen by raising the temperature of the dermis. This increase in collagen gives tension to the tissue and the treated area, reducing sagging and rejuvenating the treated area.

  • Peeling

    Peeling or chemical peeling is a technique that involves the destruction of the epidermis and papillary dermis through the application of special products in order to regenerate a new epidermis and superficial dermis of better qualities. When to undergo a peeling?

    • Photoaging: smoother skin, reduction of wrinkles and expression lines, skin rejuvenation and increased cell renewal are sought.
    • Acne or scars: you get a smoother and softer skin, minimizing pores and reducing scars and blemishes The peeling can be superficial, especially for acne marks, open pores and fine wrinkles. The medium peel, acts at the epidermis level and superficial dermis, is usually accompanied by other aesthetic treatments, acts on fine and medium wrinkles, spots caused by the sun and for solar aging. A deep peeling acts at the epidermis level and superficial-medium dermis, is more aggressive and requires more recovery time. This type of peeling needs to be performed in the operating room.
  • Coolsculpting

    CoolSculpting is a treatment that is indicated for people with localized fat and do not wish to undergo surgery. We can use cryolipolysis in areas such as abdomen, love handles, back, etc. The idea that cold can selectively affect fat caused the innovative cooling process developed by scientists at the Wellman Center of the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. A especially designed applicator produces a gentle vacuum pressure to introduce the area to be treated between the two cooling panels. When the procedure begins, you feel a cold sensation in the treated area which is not painful. During the time of the procedure you can sit, lie down, watch a movie or read a book as it lasts between one and three hours depending on the areas you want to treat. CoolSculpting is NOT a way to lose weight or treat obesity, nor a substitute for other invasive methods such as liposuction. Each case must be assessed individually with a personalized recommendation.

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