The beneficial effects of carbon dioxide (CO2) were first noticed in the Royal Thermal Baths of Royat, France, in 1932, due to its ability to heal wounds very quickly. Carbon dioxide, unlike carbon monoxide, is not toxic for the body.
Skin tightening is one of the most difficult anti-aging treatments. Sagging skin begins to appear after the age of 30-35. The skin begins to lose its elasticity, while collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid reduce...
Localized Fat Deposits (Localized adiposity)
Localized fat is a difficult aesthetic problem that affects both women and men, even people with normal weight that follow a balanced diet, work out and do not smoke. Examples of localized fat deposits are saddlebags in women and belly fat in men.
Hyaluronic acid is an important natural component of our skin produced by fibroblast skin cells. What makes it invaluable to our facial skin health is its unique ability to hold in moisture and, thus, keep our skin well-hydrated, firm, plump...
Cellulite (or hydro-lipodystrophia) is a very common aesthetic problem. It is reported that about 90 percent of women will have cellulite at some point in their lives, as it doesn't only afflict the full-figured but is also a scourge of the skinny...
Botulinum toxin “blocks” the release of acetylcholine (a chemical messenger released by nerve cells), which causes the muscle cells to contract. Thus, muscle contraction is reduced and wrinkles are considerably smoothened for as long as the...
As science evolves through new media and technology, our life becomes better and we can enjoy the state-of-the-art developments. PLEXR is an innovative development in aesthetic medicine and rejuvenating treatments...
A thread lift is a type of procedure that aims at activating the cell itself to produce new collagen and elastin, like the one we used to have at a younger age, using the body’s autologous restoration mechanisms. The materials we work...