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Pigmentation & Skin Brightening


Our Medical Peels are created with a blend of alpha hydroxy (AHA) and beta hydroxy (BHA) acids, expertly designed to accelerate skin turnover and resurface superficial layers. As a result, peels produce a youthful, bright, and less pigmented complexion by clearing buildup and congestion. Moreover, these peels also stimulate collagen and elastin production, reducing visible signs of ageing and yielding a revitalised and radiant complexion.


The Q-Switch laser, also known as Laser Toning and Laser Facial, is an advanced and secure solution for addressing skin issues like hyperpigmentation, freckles, uneven skin tone, and acne marks. It leverages a high-intensity pulsed beam of light to selectively target and treat pigment-containing cells, effectively breaking down the pigment within the skin. This process activates collagen production, resulting in a more refined and uniform skin appearance.

PRP Platelet Rich Plasma

While our bodies can self-heal, this natural ability tends to decline with age. Nevertheless, our blood contains vital nutrients, growth factors, vitamins, and microelements that can aid in skin regeneration, repair damaged tissue, and stimulate the production of fresh collagen and elastin.

Skin Boosters

Injectable Skin Boosters aim to enhance skin brightness and overall health using hyaluronic acid, a potent natural hydrator in the skin, muscles, and joints. This substance delivers deep moisture and can retain water up to 1000 times its weight, making it exceptionally efficient at maintaining hydration.


Mesotherapy treatment is performed using very thin needles or with a mesogun. This method creates tiny microchannels in the skin, allowing the specialised mixture of nutrients to penetrate the skin more effectively than a cream. The treatment can be repeated every 2-4 weeks, depending on your skin's needs, to ensure optimal results.


Lip darkening is a widespread concern affecting both men and women for various reasons, such as smoking, allergies, trauma, sun exposure, genetics etc. These factors can disrupt the melanin production of the lips, changing their natural colour and resulting in a dark and unappealing appearance that affects the overall look.