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  • Mesotherapy
    Mesotherapy

    Pioneered in the 1950s by French physician Dr. Michel Pistor, is the painless injection of vitamins, minerals, medications, and amino acids placed just under the surface of the skin. Mesotherapy has a variety of applications including weight loss, cellulite reduction, face and neck rejuvenation, and hair regrowth. Therefore, the injected solution is individually prepared depending on its purpose. Unlike other medical treatments, mesotherapy is administered directly to the desired area. This limits side-effects, reduces the possibility of drug interactions, and allows for a substantial reduction in the amount of medicine utilized for each procedure.

  • Massotherapy
    Massotherapy

    The massotherapy is an own technique, integrated inside the physiotherapy and may be defined like the use of different techniques of massage with therapeutic purposes, this is, for the processing of illnesses and wounds.

    The massotherapy includes techniques as the therapeutic massage, the deep transverse massage, the therapeutic manual drainage lymphatic, the sports massage, the cryo-massage or the massage of Dicke among others. Among the wounds or illnesses that can treat with techniques of massotherapy, we find: muscular contraction, swerve, fracture, sports wounds, etc.

  • Electrolifting
    Electrolifting

    This ultramodern device is specifically designed to offer sophisticated aesthetic care treatments.

    By sending an electrochemical, bipolar microcurrent specifically targeting certain facial muscles, the signal initiates a gentle muscular stimulation exactly as in normal exercise. This process helps restore vitality, strengthens muscles and enhances blood circulation in order to produce a healthy and invigorating effect on the treated area. This is the cutting edge of aesthetic care with treatment possibilities and technology designed for 21 century women and men.

  • Permanent make-up
    Permanent make-up

    Permanent make-up, or more correctly micro-pigment implementation, is a process whereby natural, mineral pigments are impregnated just under the surface of the skin by means of a tiny, sterile, disposable needle. These hypo-allergenic pigments are specifically designed for facial application, and contain no added fragrances or emollients.

    This process is indicated for women with ultra-sensitive eyes, scarce eyelashes, women who are using contact lenses, women with problems of view, allergic to the cosmetics, women with trembling hands or with arthritis, or that simply want to be seen naturally beautiful. This procedure is usually used in eyebrows, eyelids and lips with very satisfactory results. This procedure usually lasts years depending on the quality and depth with which the pigment is inserted.

  • Cellulite treatment
    Tratamiento de la celulitis

    Cellulite is a common term used to describe superficial pockets of trapped fat, which cause uneven dimpling or “orange peel” skin. It appears in 90% of post-adolescent women and is rarely seen in men. Common but not exclusive areas where cellulite is found, are the thighs, buttocks, and the abdomen. Contrary to popular belief, cellulite is not related to obesity, since it occurs in overweight, normal, and thin women.

    Cellulite treatment is as varied as it can get. The most effective methods are:

    Vacuotherapy

    It consists of a mechanical treatment which works through massage (palpate-roll type) and drainage of the tissues in order to make them more supple and to discharge them. The appliances used suck in the skin, as a suction-pump would do, while at the same time moving over the skin, thus massaging the zones affected with cellulitis. Making the tissues more supple will gradually improve the 'mattress'-like appearance of the orange-peel skin. The massages stimulate the local micro-circulation. This method is also used in order to make the tissues firmer.

    Termolipolisis

    Suitable treatment to counteract the obesity and the overweight, this treatment is based on bands of infrared rays, with longitude of short wave that penetrate until the fat tissue and they produce break of the nodules of fat. Diminish the appearance of the cellulitis considerably.

  • Microdermabrasion
    Micro crystal peeling

    Micro crystal peeling is a skin treatment using fine, small crystals to peel the damaged skin caused by exposure to sunlight, pimples, scars, or wrinkles. It is three times more effective than peeling with AHA. It helps to rebuild collagen up to 30% and stimulate new cell formation. The patient will have a firm skin without pain, can resume work and enjoy facial make-up right after treatment. This treatement can be used in scars caused by burning, scalding or any other damage to the skin, wWrinkles and skin aging, age spots and pigmentation, hyperkeratinization, acne scars, sun damage, stretch marks, keloids, enlarged pores

  • Chemical peeling
    Chemical peeling

    Is a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin which is typically performed on the face, neck or hands. In this treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin that causes it to "blister" and eventually peel off. The new, regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin. The new skin is also temporarily more sensitive to the sun.

    Chemical peeling is often used to treat fine lines under the eyes and around the mouth. Wrinkles caused by sun damage, aging and hereditary factors can often be reduced or even eliminated with this procedure. However, sags, bulges, and more severe wrinkles do not respond well to peeling and may require other kinds of cosmetic surgical procedures such as a face lift, brow lift, eye lift or soft tissue filler. Mild scarring and certain types of acne can also be treated with chemical peels. In addition, pigmentation of the skin in the form of sun spots, age spots, liver spots, freckles, splotching due to taking birth control pills, and skin that is dull in texture and color may be improved with chemical peeling.

    Chemical peeling may be combined with laser resurfacing, dermabrasion or soft tissue fillers to achieve cost-effective skin rejuvenation customized to the needs of the individual patient. Areas of sun-damaged, precancerous keratoses or scaling patches may improve after chemical peeling. Following treatment, new lesions or patches are less likely to appear. Generally, fair skinned and light haired patients are ideal candidates for chemical peels. Darker skin types may also experience good results, depending upon the type of skin problem encountered.

  • Lymphatic drainage
    Lymphatic drainage

    IIs a therapeutic method that uses massage-like manipulations to stimulate lymph movement. Lymph is the plasma-like fluid that maintains the body's fluid balance and removes bacteria. Combined with other techniques of complete decongestive physiotherapy, it is used to treat lymphedema, swelling in the limbs caused by lymph accumulation.

    Chemical peeling may be combined with laser resurfacing, dermabrasion or soft tissue fillers to achieve cost-effective skin rejuvenation customized to the needs of the individual patient. Areas of sun-damaged, precancerous keratoses or scaling patches may improve after chemical peeling. Following treatment, new lesions or patches are less likely to appear. Generally, fair skinned and light haired patients are ideal candidates for chemical peels. Darker skin types may also experience good results, depending upon the type of skin problem encountered.

    Lymphatic drainage is said to beneficially effect the nervous, immune and muscular systems. Its primary purpose is the treatment of lymphedema, a condition that causes unattractive swelling of arms and legs and creates an environment ripe for infection. Lymphatic drainage is accomplished by gentle, rhythmic massage following the direction of lymph flow. Mild stretching movements are used on the walls of lymph collectors to redirect the flow away from blocked areas into other vessels that drain into the veins. This massage action is often combined with other elements of complex decongestive therapy, which include: bandages, dietary changes, skin and nail care to prevent infection, therapeutic exercise, special compression sleeves, stockings, and other garments, patient-applied lymphatic drainage and bandaging techniques, light-beam generators to stimulate lymphatic drainage.

  • Hair removal
    Hair removal

    Among the new methods we have laser and electrolysis. Both of them promise a permanent solution.

    Laser Hair Removal

    Laser hair removal has become popular for people who are looking for a permanent hair removal solution or an alternative to traditional hair removal methods such as waxing, shaving, depilatories and electrolysis. There are many different types of lasers that can be used with features that control safety, comfort and overall results. Although this procedure is successful for many, there are certain factors to consider before starting treatment.

    Laser Hair Removal works by delivering light at a specified wavelength from a handheld device. The laser light targets dark material, such as hair pigment, to cause damage to the hair follicle. Because the laser targets this dark material, people with dark hair and light skin are the ideal candidates for this procedure. Light skin color makes treatment easier and often more successful. People with darker skin can benefit from Laser Hair Removal, but more treatments may be required. The procedure must be tailored to fit an individual patient's needs. Therefore, the time and success of treatment differs for each person.

    Electrolysis

    Electrolysis works by introducing a very mild electrical current into the moist base of the hair follicle which stops the blood supply to the root. The hair root is then neutralized by a chemical action which prevents it from regrowing.

  • Ultrasound
    Ultrasound

    IIt helps in treatments to lose weight, because thanks to the application of sound waves of high frequency in the internal layers of the skin, it destroys the nodules of fat and leaves the epidermis with uniform texture. Ideal to reduce cellulite and measures in patients that don't suffer obesity. It is not recommended in the superior part of the face.

  • Skin deep cleaning
    Skin deep cleaning

    A deep cleansing facial restores the balance of the skin with an exfoliation, massage of the face and a warm mask. It begins with an evaluation of the skin (of the woman or of the man) for the election of the types of adequate products that will be used in the session of approximately an hour and a half of duration.

    To each phase that continues the face is rinsed. In general liquid soap is used by being more practical of handling it. Next an exfoliant is applied to the face. Depending on the case, an emollient is applied, in cream or lotion, which blends the grease of the pores, it is applied in compresses of gauze or cotton, steam and ozone. In the cases of acnes, the ozone has the antibacterial function.

    The extraction of impurities of the skin is performed with the handling of gloves and anti-septic lotions. The cauterization of affected bulbs is made with an equipment of high frequency gas neon. Immediately, a lymphatic drainage or a facial massage are performed, with a enriched gel or with a good moisturizing cream. The last phase is the application of a soothing, nutritious or occlusive face pack.

    To conclude, the mask is retired, rinsing the face once more, and applies a moisturizing cream with solar filter or a nutritious cream for the area of the eyes.