See the complete list of threatments:
•Intralipotherapy: this is an infiltration method specifically entailing the use of special injectable solutions. Nowadays, intralipotherapy is the most widely adopted technique in Italy. Its use is also becoming widespread around the world for non-surgical treatment of local adiposity.
•Salicylic Acid Chemical Peeling: this peeling technique is efficacious in mild cases of photo-aging (wrinkling and superficial hyperpigmentation), and in cases of comedonal acne and of acne accompanied by papules and pustules. The anti-age effect of the peeling process is ensured, bringing with it enhanced luminosity and firmness of the skin.
•TCA Chemical Peeling: this peeling technique is efficacious in cases of chrono- and photo-aging, either advanced or of medium intensity (moderate wrinkling and hyperpigmentation). The anti-age effect of the peeling process is ensured, bringing with it enhanced tonus and luminosity of the skin.
•Chemical Phlebotherapy: microinjections of regenerating substances endowed with selective action, targeting spider veins, venules e and collateral veins. Beneficial therapeutic and aesthetic effects on the lower limbs.
•Revitalization of the Face, Neck and Hands: microinjections of trophic substances (hyalunoric acid, amino acids and vitamins) that stimulate cellular turnover and regeneration of the medium and deep dermis. Maintenance of a youthful look for the skin is ensured, thanks to enhanced elasticity and turgidity of the skin.
•Intradermotherapy/Homeopathic Mesotherapy: intradermal microinjections of homeopathic products to combat such imperfections as cellulite (EFP) and local adiposity.
•Botulinum Toxin: treatment of expression lines in the upper third of the face by blocking muscular contraction in the treated areas.
•Hyalunoric Acid Implants (Filler): hyalunoric acid injections. The acid, which can be re-absorbed, is present in all life forms. It acts as a filler for re-modelling the lips and cutaneous depressions.
•Carboxytherapy: local insufflation of medical CO2 (carbon dioxide) for improved oxygenation of tissue and of the microcirculation in general. Carboxytherapy action on the eyelids and face is particularly efficacious. Cellulite and arteriopathy treatment.