19 December 2011
A detailed look at the steps involved in a Hydrafacial treatment which involves removal of the outer layers of the skin; a gentle peel for enhanced exfoliation; deep cleansing of the pores, manual extraction; infusion of antioxidants; LED treatment; and application of topical cosmeceutical products. The Hydrafacial is a more effective alternative to facials often performed in spas or salons, and treatment courses can significantly improve the health and look of the skin.
This video demonstrates the procedure where underlying stomach muscles are restitched and the tummy button is moved higher up in the abdomen following removal of excess skin.
Video demonstrating microcurrent therapy, LED light therapy and sonophoresis (transdermal delivery of hyaluronic acid) for an ultra facial treatment.
Dr Haroun Gajraj of the VeinCare Centre illustrates how Microsclerotherapy is used to treat Thread Veins
Dr Gajraj demonstrates a Microsclerotherapy procedure
Dr Raghu Reddy demonstrates the process of Follicular Unit Extraction