Cosmetic Injectables


Neuromodulators are substances that alter the activity of neurons in the brain and nervous system. They can be used for cosmetic purposes to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, frown lines, and other signs of ageing. Botox and Dysport are two examples of neuromodulators that work by blocking the signals from nerves to muscles, causing them to relax and smooth out.

Dermal fillers:

They are injectable materials that can restore volume, shape, and contour to the face. They can be used to enhance the lips, cheeks, chin, nose, and other facial features. Dermal fillers can also fill in scars, wrinkles, and folds on the skin. Some common types of dermal fillers are hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, poly-L-lactic acid, and polymethylmethacrylate.

Collagen rebuilding:

It is a process that stimulates the production of collagen, a protein that provides structure and elasticity to the skin. Collagen rebuilding can improve the texture, firmness, and appearance of the skin. Sculptra is a type of collagen rebuilding treatment that uses poly-L-lactic acid, a biodegradable substance that triggers the body’s own collagen synthesis.

Lipolysis (Fat dissolvable):

It is a process that breaks down fat cells in the body. Lipolysis can be used for cosmetic purposes to reduce unwanted fat deposits in areas such as the chin, abdomen, thighs, and arms. Lipolysis can be achieved by various methods, such as injections, lasers, ultrasound, or radiofrequency.

PRP hair restoration:

It is a treatment that uses platelet-rich plasma (PRP), a component of blood that contains growth factors and healing properties. PRP hair restoration involves extracting PRP from the patient’s own blood and injecting it into the scalp to stimulate hair growth and prevent hair loss.

PRP-hair restoration with vitamin injections:

It is a combination of PRP hair restoration and vitamin injections. Vitamin injections are shots that deliver vitamins directly into the bloodstream to boost health and wellness. Vitamin injections can enhance the effects of PRP hair restoration by providing nutrients and antioxidants that support hair growth and quality.

PRP face rejuvenation:

It is a treatment that uses PRP to improve the appearance and health of the skin. PRP face rejuvenation involves applying PRP to the face using microneedling, a technique that creates tiny punctures in the skin to stimulate collagen production and increase absorption of PRP. PRP face rejuvenation can reduce wrinkles, scars, pigmentation, and other signs of ageing.

Skin Boosters:

These are injections that hydrate and revitalise the skin. Skin boosters use hyaluronic acid, a natural substance that attracts and retains water in the skin. Skin boosters can restore moisture, glow, and smoothness to the skin. Skin boosters can be used on the face, neck, hands, and other areas of the body.

Medical peels:

They are treatments that remove the outer layer of dead or damaged skin cells using chemical solutions. Medical peels can improve the appearance and texture of the skin by revealing a new layer of healthy skin underneath. Medical peels can treat various skin conditions such as acne, scars, wrinkles, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation.