Therapy and Treatment

  • Xanthelasma (yellow, often very noticeable cholesterol sediments in the upper and lower eyelid areas),
  • Syringome (small, nodular thickening in the lower eyelid area),
  • Small sebum cysts
  • Larger Milian (white sebum in eyelid area)
  • Painful or itchy Histiozytlome (Dermatofibromosis) can be reduced. This involves spherical shaped, often brown, pigmented scared on the arms or legs. Most are due to mosquito bites or smaller injuries,
  • Stretch marks after pregnancy,
  • Hyperhidrosis, also referred to as excessive sweating

Anti-Aging Medicine

  • Mesotherapy
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Botulinum toxin (Botox)
  • Laser medicine for wrinkle treatment
  • Chemical/medical peeling (i.e. improvement of skin texture, from acne and  Rosacea) 

Hair Removal
Flawless, smooth and hairless skin has become a trend – both with women and increasingly by men. Hair in certain places is seen as unauthentic and disturbing. These areas are for example the armpits, the legs, the pubic region, the back, the chest, and the stomach. Hairs can also have a negative effect on the face, for example they are particularly apparent on the upper lip and chin.
Other than the short-term effective methods such as shaving, plucking or waxing, there are other possibilities to achieve a permanent hair-removal with laser techniques. Through laser treatment one can treat large haired areas as well as single hairs.
Most treatment requires no anaesthesia. If you wish, a local anaesthetic can be given. During the treatment the single hair roots within the affected area are irradiated by laser shocks. The hair roots die by the energy. Particularly dark hairs can be treated. Very light coloured hairs can´t be removed by the laser technique.

Important things to note

Before the Treatment
Hairs within the treated area must be cut to a length of about three millimetres. A month before the hair removal by laser, your skin should avoid any intensive sunlight as the UV impact rays raise the risk of pigment alterations.

After the Treatment
The therapy treated area must be cooled in order to compensate the irritation. UV rays should be avoided for at least one month after treatment. Also detergent and hygiene products should not contain any irritant substances and should be pH neutral. If the hair removal treatment was done as out-patient, and an anaesthetic, painkillers or sedative was given, then an adult must collect the patient.

Successful Treatment
Several sessions are needed for a lasting success after treatment - depending on hair pigmentation, hair thickness and skin texture.