• Chemical Peels for best looks

    A chemical peel is a chemical solution to smooth the texture of your skin by removing the damaged outer layers. Although chemical peels are used mostly on the face, they can also be used to improve the skin on your neck, hands, back & legs. A chemical peel is one of the least invasive ways to improve the appearance of your skin. Sun exposure, acne, or just getting older can leave your skin tone uneven, wrinkled, spotted or scarred.

    Indication/ Uses :


  • Acne or acne scars

  • Age and liver spots

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Freckles

  • Irregular skin pigmentation

  • Rough skin and scaly patches

  • Scars

  • Sun-damaged skin

  • Under eye dark circle.



  • Cryotherapy

    Cryotherapy is localized or whole-body exposure to subzero temperatures to decrease inflammation, increase cellular survival, decrease pain and spasms, and promote overall health. It is not a medical procedure, but a non-invasive option for people seeking Faster Recovery. Better Health.

    Cryotherapy Benefits


  • Faster muscle recovery

  • Promotes healthier skin complexion

  • Invigorates the mind

  • Improves sleep pattern

  • Assists with cellulite reduction

  • Effective with chronic pain management

  • Faster surgical recovery

  • Reduces stress & anxiety



  • Electro Cautery for warts, molluscum, skin taga ect.

    Electrocauterization is the process of destroying tissue using heat conduction from a metal probe heated by electric current. The procedure is used to stop bleeding from small vessels (larger vessels being ligated) or for cutting through soft tissue. High frequency alternating current is used in electrocautery in unipolar or bipolar fashion. It can be continuous waveform (cuts the tissue) or intermittent type (coagulates the tissue). In unipolar type, the tissue to be coagulated/cut is to be contacted with small electrode, while the exit point of the circuit is large in surface area, as at the buttocks, to prevent electrical burns. Heat generated depends on size of contact area, power setting or frequency of current, duration of application, waveform. Constant waveform generates more heat than intermittent one. Frequency used in cutting the tissue is set higher than in coagulation mode. Bipolar electrocautery establishes circuit between two tips of and is used like forceps. It has the advantage of not disturbing other electrical rhythms of body (as in heart) and also acts to coagulate tissue by pressure. Lateral thermal injury is greater in unipolar devices than bipolar ones.

    Radiofrequency for warts, plastic surgery

    Radio frequency surgery is a medical procedure in which a skin growth is ablated using the heat generated from the high frequency alternating current. The principle of radiofrequency or radiowave surgery is that it uses high frequency radiowaves, at 4.0 MHz, to deliver low temperatures through radiofrequency (RF) micro-fibre electrodes. Radio Surgery (Radiofrequency or Radiowave Surgery) is used to remove moles, warts, skin tags and other so called ‘lumps and bumps’. Traditional electrosurgery devices cut skin tissue by passing an electric current using the electrode tip (a platinum wire) to provide resistance, effectively causing high temperature heating of the electrode tip and excessive lateral (surrounding) tissue damage.

    Derma Abraider for deep scarring

    Your overall health is our priority but we also believe in making you look beautiful. You don't have to go under the knife to enhance your looks. Our Dermatologists and Cosmetologists use non-invasive techniques to make you look youthful and feel younger as well.

    Skin Biopsy

    In a skin biopsy, the doctor removes a tiny piece or all of the area that's affected. This skin tissue is then treated with a special chemical to preserve the sample and sent to a lab, where an expert will examine it under a microscope to determine what it is. Once that is known, your doctor can provide the right treatment for you.

    Anti ageing medicare & therapy

    Wanting to look young is not exactly a new idea — the search for the fountain of youth has been going on for centuries. And while this past year didn’t deliver the perfect elixir, the year did introduce some scientifically solid, significant advances in anti-aging skin care.   There are many treatments available to combat the aging effects of the sun, from creams to peels to lasers. Plus, reducing the signs of sun damage can reduce your risk of developing skin cancer.

    Weight Reduction and therapy

    Why is it so hard to stick with a healthy eating or exercise plan? Why do we slip up or go back to our old ways? A lot of it has to do with the habits we've developed over time. We humans are creatures of habit. We tend to get settled into established, fixed ways of doing or thinking about things. Old habits can be hard to break. Because losing weight can mean changing quite a few habits at once, it can take more than just willpower to stick with a weight-loss plan.

    Cosmetic Treatment

    A chemical peel is a body treatment technique used to improve and smooth the texture of the facial skin using a chemical solution that causes the dead skin to slough off and eventually peel off.[1] The regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin. Thus the term chemical peel is derived. Some types of chemical peels can be purchased and administered without a medical license, however people are advised to seek professional help from a dermatologist, esthetician, plastic surgeon, or otolaryngologist on a specific type of chemical peel before a procedure is performed.

    Tattoo Removal

    Tattoo removal has been performed with various tools during the history of tattooing. While tattoos were once considered permanent, it is now possible to remove them with treatments, fully or partially.Before the development of laser tattoo removal methods, commons techniques included dermabrasion, TCA (Trichloroacetic acid, an acid that removes the top layers of skin, reaching as deep as the layer in which the tattoo ink resides), salabrasion (scrubbing the skin with salt), cryosurgery and excision which is sometimes still used along with skin grafts for larger tattoos. Some early forms of tattoo removal included the injection or application of wine, lime, garlic or pigeon excrement. Tattoo removal by laser was performed with continuous-wave lasers initially, and later with Q-switched lasers, which became commercially available in the early 1990s. Today, “laser tattoo removal” usually refers to the non-invasive removal of tattoo pigments using Q-switched lasers. Typically, black and darker-colored inks can be removed more completely.

    Sex Therapy

    A sex therapist may take couples therapy one step further by focusing on the couple's physical relationship. After identifying the couple's attitudes about sex and the sexual problem, the sex therapist recommends specific exercises to refocus the couple's attention and expectations.Sex therapists often use what are called "sensate focus" exercises to treat sexual problems. The exercises start with nonsexual touching and encourage both partners to express how they like to be touched. The goal is to help both partners understand how to recognize and communicate their preferences.

    Vitiligo Treatment

    Vitiligo is a disease of skin pigments called melanin. It is a disease where there is a loss of skin pigment or color, which could be due to various reasons. Vitiligo affects about 2% of world population and close to 8% of Indian and Mexican population. Vitiligo is not a serious disease, medically speaking. It has more social significance than medical importance, as it does not cause any major harm to the body. Cosmetically and personally, it can affect lives of the suffers especially in those society, where color of skin is given importance; specially among brown and dark skin people.

    Venereal Diseases Treatment

    HIV (which stands for 'Human Immunodeficiency Virus') is the germ which can cause AIDS – a potentially lethal disease. AIDS attacks the body’s immune system, making the affected person very vulnerable to all sorts of infections.
    In 2014, there are thought to be almost 100,000 people with HIV living in the United Kingdom. Many of them are heterosexual and have caught the infection through ordinary (vaginal) intercourse. However, it is believed that about 41,000 of the total are gay men. Another 32,000 HIV-positive people were born in Africa, and are thought to have acquired the virus through 'straight' (vaginal) intercourse.
    And if you’re thinking of having sex (whether 'straight' or gay) while abroad, please take note of the fact that in some countries – particularly those south of the Sahara – HIV rates are very high. In South Africa, 11 per cent of the population are HIV-positive.
    A very small number of British HIV sufferers have been intra-venous drug users, and caught the virus from contaminated needles.
    A further small group of people got the virus through receiving infected blood transfusions overseas. And in addition, about 1,200 British haemophiliacs caught HIV from contaminated blood products in the period 1978 to 1985. About 400 of them are still alive. Public Health England estimates that in the UK as a whole, there are currently about 25,000 men and women who have HIV – but who don’t yet know it. So, if you’ve taken a risk, get yourself a test!