Fotona’s high-performance Nd: YAG laser with pulse-control and three-dimensional treatment pattern technology offers a simple yet efficient solution in providing safe and effective targeted hair reduction therapy.
Over the past decade, we have treated myriad skin conditions including psoriasis and eczema. Though they are often similar in appearance, each is triggered by different causes and require different treatments.
Living with Melasma can be troublesome for patients. As with many skin conditions, Melasma is not curable and it can also leave you with discoloured patches on the face if left untreated. Fotona lasers offer patients a workable solution with excellent results.
Hydration, hydration! Winter is the season where the cold, dry air can wreak havoc on your skin. Dr Chang’s MediSpa will nurture your skin through the big chill; from a targeted skin-care regime to moisture-boosting treatments.
There is going to come a time in everyone’s life when we cannot stop the natural process of ageing. Some, however, may mature faster than their biological age. But how we age is often up to us.
At the forefront of anti-ageing treatments is the Forever Young BBL™ from Sciton; featuring cutting-edge IPL technology which triggers a genetic switch to boost our skin cells’ natural ability to counter the advancement of ageing.
Biopelle® is one of the exciting advanced skincare solutions we have introduced and the only cosmeceutical skincare that utilises the secretion and eggs from the Cryptomphalus aspersa snail to trigger the production of elastin and collagen, increase protein production, and stimulate the proliferation of fibroblast.
Women suffering from eczema, rosacea and other inflammatory skin conditions COSMEDIX Rescue+ is a highly concentrated product that soothes and hydrates the skin. Advanced Skin Technology offers an extensive range of targeted serums and moisturisers.
According to the latest Cancer Council National Sun Protection Survey, it was revealed that Aussies are not protecting themselves from the harsh effects of the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays; a direction that has led to over 20,000 adults being treated for skin cancers.