Botox® / Botulinum Toxin

Botox®, the most common name for Botulinum Toxin, is a pharmacological compound.

Its action is based on the neurotoxin derived from the bacterium Clostridum Botulinum. This molecule acts by blocking the neurotransmitter that carries the nerve impulse up to the muscle, inhibiting the excessive contraction of the facial muscles, responsible for secondary facial wrinkles, without producing changes or damages in the nervous structures.

This is one of the most effective treatments of facial wrinkles.

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Face Fillers

The fillers compounds are biocompatible, used to correct wrinkles and furrows or to add volume to certain face areas, resulting in a natural appearance with a simple application.

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This technique consists of micro injections on the face and neck of rejuvenating substances (vitamins, anti-oxidants, hyaluronic acid).

Hyaluronic acid is one of the substances responsible for skin hydration, whose concentration decreases through aging.

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Chemical Peel

Treatment Methodology:

Chemical Peel consist in the application of a chemical substance on the skin, in order to eliminate damaged layers.

Superficial peeling is effective treating acne, sun damage and superficial hyperpigmentation spots. Medium Peels can be applied to wrinkles and acne scars.

Peeling treatments renews the skin surface with the application of substances that produces a chemical reaction in the skin. The degree of depth to be used is dependent on the depth of the lesion or the target to be treated.

The skin becomes more homogenous, smooth, shiny and with a luminous tone. The personal protocol of each patient may involve other treatments, such as vitamins, hyaluronic acid and botulinum toxin, which allow to optimize the results.

It is a safe medical procedure carried out in the clinic without any sedation or anesthesia.