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Medical Skin Rejuvenation

Our team are passionate advocates for healthier skin and self-love. We believe that true beauty comes from within, and that taking care of our skin holistically is an act of self-kindness; it is not always perfect, its ever evolving and a beautiful reminder of your individuality. Redefining the skincare experience through goal driven medical grade skin treatment, real guidance and clean skincare.  


 Chemical Peel Facial
Corrective Liquid Exfoliant

A corrective chemical peel is a procedure that involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin, which causes controlled exfoliation and regeneration of the skin cells. Unlike superficial or mild peels, corrective chemical peels can address and target specific skin concerns, such as skin congestion, superficial scars, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and wrinkles. It works by penetrating the outer layers of the skin, promoting the shedding of dead skin cells and stimulating the production of collagen and elastin. Corrective chemical peels can help improve the appearance of various skin concerns, including acne scars, congested skin, sun damaged skin, uneven skin tone, dull dehydrated skin, ageing skin and texture irregularities. This treatment is for those seeking optimum skin rejuvenation and smoother, softer with fewer blemishes and wrinkles. However, it is important to note that these peels may require multiple sessions and proper aftercare to achieve optimal results.


Medical Grade Microneedling
 Mesotherapy Facial &
Dark Circle Under-Eye Skin Boosters

Medical grade micro-needling refers to a professional grade procedure that aims to  address advanced skin concerns. It creates controlled fine micro-injuries to the skin, which triggers the skin to naturally heal and repair itself. During the healing process, collagen and elastin are stimulated and regenerated, leading to improved texture and appearance of the skin. It is commonly used to treat acne scars, surgical scars, skin ageing, stretch marks, uneven skin tone and for those seeking natural skin rejuvenation.


Mesotherapy, on the other hand, is a technique that involves injecting a cocktail of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and at times small dose of muscle relaxant to close pores, reduce oil production and increase radiance. This procedure aims to nourish, tighten and rejuvenate the skin, as well as target specific concerns such as dark circles or dehydrated dull skin. It is popular for those wanting the "glass" skin effect and is often done prior special occasion such as weddings or reunion. Mesotherapy can be used on the face and neck and it is believed to promote collagen production, improve circulation, and enhance the overall health, vitality, glow and appearance of the skin.


Platelet Rich Plasma PRP
& Hair Loss

Platelet-Rich Plasma, (PRP) is procedure used as a form of natural regenerative medicine for skin rejuvenation and hair restoration. 10x more concentrated than conventional tube system, our PRP system involves extracting a small amount of the patient's blood, which is then processed and spun twice to separate the concentrated platelet-rich plasma from other components. This concentrated plasma, rich in growth factors and proteins, is then injected back into the targeted area. For skin rejuvenation, PRP is often used for wrinkle reduction and scars. The growth factors present in PRP stimulate collagen production and harnesses the skin's ability to regenerate to improve overall texture and tone. PRP is a great "natural" treatment option and is great for those who are not ready for fillers. 


In terms of hair restoration, PRP is used to stimulate hair growth and combat hair loss. When injected into the scalp, the growth factors in PRP promote the regeneration of hair follicles, increase blood supply to the hair follicles, and prolong the growth phase of the hair cycle. This can lead to thicker, healthier hair and a reduction in hair thinning or balding. PRP for skin and hair is a minimally invasive procedure that is generally safe and well-tolerated. 

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