The most universally performed cosmetic non-surgical procedures are anti-wrinkle injections. These involve a course of injections with an ultra-thin needle into particular facial muscles. Botulinum Toxin Type A is the name of the substance that is used for the injections into the muscles of the face.
Dermal fillers can be used to help with a wide range of concerns that you may have, such as diminishing volume in the skin of the face, wrinkles on the neck and face, or signs of ageing on the décolletage. They can also be used to enhance the shape and volume of your lips.
Collagen induction therapy (CIT) builds up the connective tissue in the lower skin layers (dermal layers) while keeping intact the protective layers of the skin (epidermal layers). The results can be equivalent to longer more invasive laser treatments, and in some cases even better.
When we reach the age of 30, the signs of ageing start to become apparent from the loss of elasticity in our skin. Skin becomes thinner, with redness and broken blood vessels. Spending time in the sun is extremely damaging to our skin and can have worse effects on us, such as skin cancers showing up later in life.
Medical-grade facial treatments, also known as medi-facials, are treatments that are designed to treat particular skin conditions and are safe for all skin types. Mayura medi-facials are tailored to restore and repair the skin, leaving your face feeling hydrated and glowing.