Get the skin youâve always dreamed of with these non-invasive treatments!
18 August 2015
So you’re not quite ready for Cosmetic Surgery, but you’d like to improve your appearance. You’re not alone! If – like many of us – you’ve found an array of lotions, serums, masks and creams haven’t provided the ‘miracle’ results they were touted too, a Non Surgical treatment might be the alternative you’re looking for.
Non Surgical Treatments can dramatically improve the skin’s appearance in a way that simply isn’t possible with cosmetics. Here’s a quick guide to some of the complexion transforming treatments available with The Harley Medical Group.
A medical Skin Peel uses a low concentration of acid to remove the outer layers of skin from your face. Many imperfections are caused by these cells including blocked pores, uneven skin tone, a dull appearance and lines and wrinkles. By removing the redundant skin cells the treatment reveals a brighter, plumper more youthful complexion beneath.
Similarly to a Skin Peel, Microdermabrasion removes the outer layers of dead skin cells. However this treatment buffs cells away using exfoliating crystals. Microdermabrasion is an effective treatment for lines and wrinkles, sun damage, hyper pigmentation and a dull looking complexion.
PPx/ Isolaz Laser
The PPx/ Isolaz Laser is the only laser approved for the treatment of acne by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). Clinical studies have found that the majority of patients see a marked improvement in even the most difficult to treat acne cases within 24-48 hours. The effective treatment works by clearing pores and using light therapy to treat the blemishes.
Laser Hair Removal
Whether you want to treat excessive hair growth or just remove unwanted hairs from your body, Laser Hair Removal offers a permanent reduction in hair growth. Virtually pain free, the treatment offers long term results unachievable with methods like shaving or waxing; in fact, statistics show between 60 and 95 per cent of the hair targeted is permanently gone after a course of treatments.
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