Rough & Dull Skin
Even with lovely eyes, high cheek bones, and full sensual lips, rough or dull skin can spoil the most perfect facial features. This problem occurs in all age groups and often during winter. It can also happen during a holiday break when your daily routine gets interrupted and sun exposure is extreme, or in times of stress. However, rough and dull skin that gets progressively worse with time during menopause due to the loss of the protective effect of estrogen (against free radicals and photo damage).
What Factors Cause rough and dull skin?
- Aging skin regenerates at a slower pace
- Inadequate nutrition
- Free radicals
- Environmental toxicity
Mesotherapy uses microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medication and/or vitamins. It injects those into the mesoderm or middle layer of the skin to deliver healing or corrective treatment to a specific area of the body.
A very pleasant treatment which combines Cryotherapy, Mesotherapy and Glycolic peel to rejuvenate your skin.
Mirconeedling and Dermapen
The main function of skin needling is to stimulate the body’s own production of collagen. By creating many microscopic channels in the skin, we are able to stimulate the skin’s natural repairing process and cell renewal that results in a better texture.
Intense Pulse Light Therapy
IPL is designed to rejuvenate your skin and restore a youthful glow with minimal down-time in lighter skin types. It requires 3 to 4 treatments.
LED - Phototherapy
LED phototherapy uses colour wavelengths of visible light which have specific benefits for skin rejuvenation.
I-pixel creates many tiny holes in the skin, leaving the surrounding skin cells intact to serve as a reservoir for rapid healing, creating a smooth and radiant texture.
Menopausal skin lacks estrogen, which impacts cell renewal, making the texture dull, pale and rough. The absence of estrogen protection against UV radiation and free radicals makes skin more prone to photoaging.
8th Sense offers bioidentical skin HRT call L’avenir that is designed to work on beta receptors to improve skin renewal and help protect skin from photoaging.
Ablative laser, IPL (even fractional lasers could be used with extreme caution) should not be used for darker skin types as it can cause post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. However, Clear Lift laser can be used without any problem as it keeps skin intact while improving the texture.