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Most of the alterations of the appearance of the skin occur as a result of signs of ageing, bad habits or excessive exposure to sun, as well hormonal changes such of acne or melasma. So it is important to understand which part of the skin has got alterations in order to improve the conditions and, as a result, improve the appearance of the skin. This is why a good diagnosis made by a medical professional is important to get the results you are looking for. Not all skin types respond in the same way to the same treatments and it is important to choose the right procedure to focus and treat the relevant function which is causing problems in the skin.


*Rough texture

*Sallow colour

*Irregular pigmentation

*Rhytides, lentigines or keratoses

*Loss of elasticity

*Fine and course wrinkling



This alteration of the skin occurs when the edpidemis does not exfoliate properly and does not renew correctly. This alters the texture of the skin and can look rough or dry. It is necessary to improve normal keratinisation.


Recomended treatments are:

* Chemical peels to promote cell renewal.

* Mesotherapy with vitamins to give the skin nutrients to    help restore the correct metabolism and help to grow        and renew constantly.

* Dermaroller to stimulate skin renewal.

* Micro Needling (Derma Pen) to stimulate collagen .

* Exfoliate regularly.

SALLOW COLOUR. With age, the cells which produce melanin and give colour to the skin start showing slow metabolism causing hypopigmentation and changing the colour of the skin. It is important to improve normal production of melanin.


Recomended treatments are:

* Chemical peels to promote cell renewal.

* Mesotherapy

* IPL to rejuvenate and stimulate skin cell metabolism.


Hyperpigmentation or lentigines. With ageing the melanocytes function can be altered. This is more common if you have exposure to the sun in excess which results in  zones with augmented pigmentation. These zones could be in the face, neck, hands or other parts of the body. It is important to improve the proper function of melanocytes and also, decrease the hiperpigmentation to have a more homogeneous skin colour.


Recomended treatments are:

* Chemical peels to renew skin and remove the        pigmented cells.

* Products to control melanin production, it could be 

   Alpha hydroxy acids


   Retinoic Acid

   Kojik Acid


LOSS OF ELASTICITY.One of the most common signs of ageing is the appearance of sagging skin or loss of definition, mainly in the jaw area. This is caused because the production of collagen and elastin, by the fibroblast in the dermis, decrease so the skin starts losing its archirecture and firmness. It is important to stimulate the fibroblasts to produce more collagen, better quality of collagen and give shape to the existing collagen.


Recomended treatments are:

* Mesotherapy with Silicium. Silicium is a very important mineral which is contained in the skin. This treatment stimulates collagen production which promotes firmness and stabilizers the skin's architecture.

* Mesotherapy with aminoacids. Collagen is made up primarily of aminoacids, so it is very important that the skin contains the nutrients and aminoacids needed to produce collagen.

*Radiofrequency is a treatment to improve the shape of collagen and can be combined with mesotherapy to increase the results.

PDO Theads is probably the fastest way to improve the sagging skin,. These threads stimulate the production of collagen and help to create a net to give support to the skin and aport firmness to the skin whilst also improving the shape.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

*Dermaroller is a mechanical effect to increase the production of collagen and stimulate its renewal.

*PRP  is used to regenerate skin and improve its metabolism.





FINE AND COURSE WRINKLING are caused when the skin loses its elasticity and also in areas where the muscular activity is normal such as laughing, smiling, frowling,etc. It is important to improve hydration and collagen/elastin production.


Recommended treatments are:

* Hyaluronic acid can be used as a dermal filler if it is necessary to restore lost volume, such as nasal labial folds or deep wrinkles.

* Mesotherapy with Hyaluronic acid to hydrate the skin.

*Mesotherapy with vitamins.

*Chemical peels to help renew the skin.

* PRP to regenerate the skin.

*Botox is necessary to treat active wrinkles. It is not only necessary to repair the skin but also to relax the muscles to get a better result.


For nearly all skin care needs there is a solution.

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