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Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is a method of treatment centered around administering low doses of medication by means of injections directly into a hotbed of pathology. Treatments applied onto the surface of the skin have frequently fallen short of their intended result because of the difficulties biologically active ingredients encounter in penetrating the surface layer of the skin. However, over 60 years ago a French physician, Dr. Michel Pistor has invented the practice of mesotherapy: a method that has since found a variety of applications and has become quite popular not only in France, but in the whole world.

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Chemical Peels

Chemical peels act to remove dead surface layers of the skin through the means of chemical agents (generally acids), simultaneously stimulating the regeneration of younger cells. Depth of the effect or how many layers of skin cells are removed can be precisely controlled through the chemical composition of the peel as well as the technique of application. Today a chemical peel is a routine cosmetic procedure that has existed for many years and always remained in high demand, which contributed to the continual improvement of the technique. Primary causes of such popularity are the relatively low costs of chemical peels and their effectiveness. Unlike physical or mechanical peels, they are easy to perform and do not require costly equipment, yielding results that can be truly impressive!

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Cosmetics

The word "cosmeceutical" was coined about 20 years ago by the famous American dermatologist Albert Kligman. The term is formed from the words "cosmetic" and "pharmaceutical", which quite clearly reflects the function of cosmeceuticals – they are substances that are in-between drugs and cosmetics in terms of their nature and effect. A precise definition of the category “cosmeceuitcals” still does not exist today because it is by no means an easy task to draw the line between what is a drug and what is a cosmeceuitcal, and on the other side, between a cosmeceuitcal and a “simple” cosmetic. However, attempts to define at least some rules regarding this nomenclature have been made.

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Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are injectable substances that can be used for several entirely different aesthetic treatments (collectively known as "contour correction"). These treatments serve the same purpose: to correct the shape of the body. Skin tightening, toning, face lifts, liposuction, certain botox injections, and several other plastic surgery and injection methods can all fall under the category of contour correction, depending on the definition. The idea of body contour correction is quite an old one and has always been popular as a whole, however the favored techniques have changed over time. As with everything in the field of aesthetic medicine, the trend is to move away from the scalpel, and give preference to less invasive non-surgical methods, such as dermal fillers. Modern fillers are able to deliver results comparable to surgery with much less potential side effects and complications.

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Biorevitalization

Biorevitalization is a method of intradermal injections with unmodified or partially modified hyaluronic acid, which can be used to treat a variety of aesthetic problems by affecting the intercellular space of the dermis and stimulating the activity of fibroblasts. This method was initially applied in 2001 and has been steadily gaining in popularity.

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Biorepair

Biorepair is a treatment to restore cellular structures of the skin, restoring it to natural youth and beauty . Biorepair emerged as the next evolutionary step of the popular and widely-used technique, called biorevitalization. Biorepair is designed to overcome the shortcomings of the latter, serving as a more effective and more versatile instrument for the cosmetologist.

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