Does a tanning salon tan really protect your skin from UV rays?
As you know, people with dark skin types are more protected from the negative effects of ultraviolet light on the skin than people with light skin. Hence, there is an opinion that in order to protect the skin from ultraviolet light, it is necessary to “prepare” it for this. How do I do this? – Solarium. Does a tanning salon tan really protect your skin from UV rays?
To study this issue, a group of scientists conducted a clinical study on patients. According to the results of the study, the level of markers of DNA damage (CPDs) of skin cells by ultraviolet light was the same, both in patients who did not sunbathe in the Solarium, and in those who visited the Solarium. Continue reading
We hasten to share the good news – our clinic has a new laser for hair removal Leaseir MHR. The Leaseir MHR laser was recognized as the best laser for epilation in 2018 by Vida Estética.
Why did we choose this particular laser?
There is a compromise: do the procedure efficiently and painfully, or is it comfortable, but ineffective?
High power guarantees high-quality epilation
Everyone knows that low-power diode lasers promise a comfortable procedure, but to the detriment of the quality of hair removal and visitors ‘ hair growth resumes even after a course of 6-8 procedures or even worse, the patient continues to attend laser hair removal sessions 10-15 times, after which the hair thinns, loses pigment (becomes gray) and is no longer subject to removal by any laser. Continue reading
Beautiful, well-groomed body, flawless complexion, always attracts fascinated eyes . But, unfortunately, we are not always satisfied with the quality and appearance of our skin. Already at the age of 25, the skin aging process begins.
Biorevitalization of the body
This process is facilitated by physiological and hereditary characteristics of the body, poor ecology, poor lifestyle, and other external and internal factors.
As a result of biological aging, changes occur at the dermal level, the skin loses moisture not only on the face, but also on the body. Continue reading