Resurface & regenerate skin cells
The peel will shed the top layers of the skin to improve the overall appearance of the skin, stimulate collagen production, improve pigmentation, sun damage, acne, fine lines, wrinkles, redness and even Rosacea. There are many variations of peels to suit different skin conditions and patient concerns. Chemical peels fall under categories of superficial, medium and deep depending on the depth of the skin that the peel is able to penetrate. Downtime of the skin will also vary in accordance to which category the peel fits into. For example, a peel from the superficial category will have minimal downtime as opposed to a peel from the deep category which will result in greater recovery time.
LASER TATTOO REMOVAL
Laser tattoo removal works by sending fast, powerful beams of light into the skin, which break up the ink particles of your tattoo. Your body then naturally metabolises and removes these particles.
Most patients are able to tolerate the treatment without much discomfort. The patient can sometimes experience a warm, prickling sensation during the procedure and a slight warming of the skin post treatment.
Multiple treatments will be required for the most dramatic results, and we recommend taking time between each treatment for the skin to heal.
LASER HAIR REMOVAL
Soft, smooth skin everywhere!
Laser Hair Removal means less shaving, plucking tweezing, so you can enjoy beautiful smooth skin! Laser hair removal is the fastest growing, and most requested cosmetic service. Probably because this is a treatment that could dramatically change your lifestyle. From eliminating embarrassing facial hair to drastically decreasing the amount of time you spend in your morning routine. Once you try it, you’ll wonder why you waited so long!
COSMETIC TEETH WHITENING
Make a powerful first impression
A great smile can significantly boost your confidence and how other people view you. The appearance of your teeth is an important part of your smile and the way you look overall. Unfortunately, many lifestyle factors and the seemingly routine things you do day after day can discolour your teeth over time and contribute to the quality of your smile. These include excessive consumption of coffee, tea and red wine, as well as food and drinks with strong colouring. Another major cause of discolouration is smoking, which can affect your smile not only by causing wrinkles to form around your mouth, but can also make your teeth appear yellow.
HAIR & BEAUTY
We offer a wide variety of amazing hair & beauty services.