Pulsed Light

The Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is an electronic device widely used for photo - depilation and skin photo - rejuvenation. This technology was first developed in the late 90s and is considered as a further laser development. Its advantage, as compared to laser, lies in the fact that it allows the treatment of larger skin areas, with much greater safety, versatility and speed. The technical specifications vary depending on the model and brand, but essentially this equipment contains an energy accumulator...

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UltraShape™ Contour

UltraShapeTM Contour is a modern machine which makes possible the non - invasive removal of the subcutaneous fat and cellulite based on a combination of ultrasound, radiofrequency and vacuum technologies, without surgical interventions or hospitalization. The ultrasound and the radiofrequency have been already effectively applied for many years in medicine in full safety. This system uses the Vertical Dynamic Focus (VDF), with focused high-power pulsing ultrasound flashing which destroy the fat cells immediately and once and for all, without increasing the body temperature...

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Lazer fractional CO2

The fractional CO2 treatment restructures and restores the damaged skin and makes it look younger and more beautiful. This technique of aesthetic medicine is a safe and non - invasive procedure when performed by experienced specialists. It helps enhance the skin surface by: opening and enlarging pores; erasing dark spots; reducing wrinkles around the eyes and acne scars; rejuvenating and refreshing the neck, décolleté, and hands; it can also be applied to erase certain types of tattoos...

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Botulinum (Botox®)

The botulinum (Botox®) is an increasingly applied drug in the aesthetic medicine. It consists of purified botulinum toxin of type A. Its injection blocks the transmissions of nervous impulses on the neuromuscular junction. The botulinum was applied for the first time in ophthalmology in 1977 for the treatment of strabismus. In the early 90's, its application was extended to aesthetic treatments, initially to treat muscular spasms and dystonia. The botulinum toxin is a substance produced by the bacterium Clostridium Botulinum...

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Breast Prostheses

Breast implants have been applied since 1962. They are composed of an outer casing filled inside with silicone gel or physiological water. The materials used for their production are inert, non - allergenic, non - carcinogenic, non - irritating to the body tissues, resistant to mechanical stress, and impermeable by body fluids. Depending on the structure of the female body and aesthetic needs, implants vary in terms of shape, size, and casing which may be smooth or textured...

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Hyaluronic Acid

The hyaluronic acid is not a synthetic product but a natural substance of the organism connective tissues. It can be found mainly in the skin, cartilaginous tissues, tendons, aorta walls, umbilical cord, etc. In terms of chemical classification, the hyaluronic acid is a glycosaminoglycan that gives elasticity and hydration to the skin, thus playing a very important role in the skin shape and resistance. The concentration of hyaluronic acid in connective tissues tends to decrease with aging and as a result the signs of skin weakness and relaxation become noticeable, together with deformations like wrinkles and folds in the face and body...

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