Laser hair removal is a method of hair removal in which the laser device selectively targets the dark pigment in the hair. The laser energy is absorbed down to the hair root, converting the energy to heat which destroys the root of the hair without affecting the surrounding skin. Electrolysis is a method of hair…

Our skin changes over time, losing its youthful look and giving way to wrinkles, laxity, cellulite and stretch marks. Carboxytherapy for stretch marks is a safe, minimally invasive, clinically proven method to rejuvenate, restore and recondition the stretched skin. The treatment has no downtime and a single session can take between 15 minutes and an…

There are lots of skincare advice and information out there, unfortunately, some of them are only misconceptions. You may be guilty of some of these skincare misconceptions without even realizing it. Several skincare misconceptions exist but we would be discussing 10 of the common ones. 10 Common Skincare Misconceptions Skincare is for only women. Skincare…

Hyperpigmentation is one of the biggest skin concerns most people have as it can occur as a result of sun exposure, eczema, wounds, acne, ingrown hairs and many factors we encounter on a daily basis including medications. When treating hyperpigmentation on darker skin tones, it is more challenging, as darker skin produces more melanin naturally….

When it comes to having laser treatment in Nigeria, people often assume there is only one kind of laser for all types of skin disorders and concerns requiring laser treatment. In this post, we would discuss common types of laser machines, laser treatments, skin conditions and skin concerns treated with laser and laser skin treatment…

What Is Hydroquinone? It is a skin-lightening agent or skin bleaching agent used to lighten/bleach skin by decreasing the number of melanocytes (melanin-producing cells) present. Other skin bleaching agents commonly used in skincare products are Steroids and Mercury. When Should Hydroquinone Be Used? Hydroquinone should be used when treating different forms of hyperpigmentation, uneven skin…

Vampire facial refers to microneedling with PRP. The procedure involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with fine sterile needles while applying platelet rich plasma, with the aim of ‘tricking’ the cells into ‘thinking’ the skin’s surface is injured. This triggers an acceleration of the healing cascade and subsequent stimulation of collagen production. How Is The Blood Used…

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