Injection lipolysis – fat tissue reduction – offer

What does the procedure consist of?
Injection lipolysis is used in order to reduce the fat tissue in the selected areas, including: chin, neck, stomach, buttocks, back, thighs. The procedure consists of injecting a substance, which dissolves the fat cells membrane, which causes the reduction of local deposits of fat.

How does lipolysis work?

The formula is injected into the fat tissue, which is in its reduced form, in the dose strictly specified by the doctor. The substance penetrates the cell membranes into the fat cells, and administered in greater quantities breaks up their structure. After penetrating the cell it leads to trigliceride degeneration. Subsequently, together with lipoproteids, it is transported straight to the liver, where the fats are degenerated, and then removed from the organism.

Who is the procedure for?

The best effects of using the formula can be seen with people of the correct weight or fighting a small overweight, in places resistant to physical activity.

Contraindications for the procedure :

  • liver and kidney diseases
  • diabetes
  • blood diseases (related to excessive bleeding)
  • intake of blood-thinning drugs
  • thyroid diseases
  • pregnancy and breastfeeding period

Results of the procedure:

The effect of reducing the fat tissue can be observed already about 3 weeks from the procedure. Usually it means loosing two to four centimetres in the circumference, in the place where the formula was used. The skin after the procedure is firm and smooth, because the degeneration of the fat-accumulating cells causes local cellulitis removal. Injection lipolysis has to be performed by steps, because during one procedure the patient cannot be administered too great amount of the formula.


Peeling (exfoliation) is a procedure of exfoliation of epidermis. The exfoliation can be less or more deep, that is it can occur on different layers of the epidermis. The depth of the exfoliation depend on the kind of the formula used and the intensity of the procedure. Medical peelings are procedures, during which the epidermis is exfoliated very intensively, they comprise acid formulas with greater concentration than the cosmetic ones, used to remove skin lesions, bleaching discolourings, smoothing up the wrinkles, scars, narrowing the pores, skin moisturisation, as well as acne treatment. Thus the medical peeling is not only a rejuvenating procedure, but it also supports the treatment of various skin problems.

Indications for performing medical peeling:

  • shallow wrinkles
  • scars and discolourings of different origin: post-inflammatory, sunburnt, hormonal, pigment patches
  • blackheads
  • grey, dry, loose skin
  • greasy skin, enlarged skin pores
  • pityriasis rurba pilaris

Depending on the method of epidermis scaling, the peeling can be:

  • Mechanical – removing the epidermis is performed with corundum or diamond plates or corundum crystals, this is so-called microdermabrasion,
  • Physical – with laser, liquid nitrogen, nitrous oxide, ultrasounds – cavitational peeling,
  • Chemical – with acids, so-called chemabrasion, enzymatic peeling.

Contraindications for the procedures using medical peelings are:

  • sun exposure (a very sunny summer),
  • skin allergies,
  • active herpes,
  • tendency for keloids formation,
  • state after a surgical procedure in the face area (up to 2 months),
  • pregnancy, breastfeeding,
  • numerous melanocytic nevus,
  • numerous telangiectasy,
  • state after cryotherapy (up to 6 months),
  • autoimmunological diseases (colagenosis, pemphigus),
  • irritated, damaged skin (erosion, excoration, abrasions),
  • acute forms of acne (numerous pustule, cysts) – they require pharmacological pre-treatment,
  • oral therapy with vit. A derivatives (Roaccutane, Izotek) – required at least six months interval.

When it is best to perform the procedure?

Late autumn and winter is the perfect time for laser surgeries. The procedures can be also performed during other seasons, but the patient must remember to avoid sunlight and to use sunblock during the treatment as well as a certain time after it.

Laser skin firming

Photorejuvenation – in the procedures with CO2 fractional laser, the laser beam is directed to penetrate into collagen fibres, regenerating and stimulating them. During the procedure the laser beam goes through the epidermis without damaging it. It works as a dressing, thanks to which the skin does not need a lot of time to regenerate.

What is the CO2 fractional laser used for?

  • Atrophic scars, post-traumatic scars treatment
  • Correction of minor and deep scars and improving its condition, tightening loosened skin.
  • Smoothing out the wrinkles of the upper lip, eye area, laser eyelid lifting.
  • Photorejuvenation of neck, neckline, hands skin.
  • Improving the skin colour, elimination of some sun-related discolourations and enlarged blood vessels.
  • Eliminating cornified epidermis.
  • Stretching marks reduction.
  • Enlarged pores reduction.

When it is best to perform the procedure?
Late autumn and winter is the perfect time for laser surgeries. The procedures can be also performed during other seasons, but the patient must remember to avoid sunlight and to use sunblock during the treatment as well as a certain time after it.

What does the CO2 fractional laser procedure consist of?

The procedure begins with applying an anaesthetic cream to ensure the patient’s comfort. During the skin’s exposure to laser and a some minutes later, blow or contact cooling is used. Photothermal reaction causes an immediate heating of the water in the tissue, and then evaporating it (that is ablation). Subsequently the cells, including collagen cells are damaged, but at the same time repairing processes are triggered, which lead to creation of new collagen. It is vital for the procedure, that the fractional laser does not damage the whole skin, but punctures it, creating microcolumns of damage, which are surrounded with healthy, intact tissue.


The effects…

The effects are very spectacular and are visible already after the first procedure and the changes are progressing. The full result is achieved within 6 months after finishing the treatment. The procedures can be performed on every area. Directly after the procedure the patient feels discomfort similar to the reaction after an intensive sunbathing. A small erythema and swelling may last up till 2-3 days. The skin may slightly turn brown, which will pass after few days, which is related to the process of removal of the damaged tissues. A necessary element of a correct and safe therapy is protection from sunlight. Creams with high SPF should be regularly applied for at least 30 days after the procedure. For about a week after the procedure the patient should avoid alcohol, sauna and hot baths.

Who cannot have laser procedures performed?

The most popular contraindications include:

  • albinism,
  • diabetes,
  • psoriasis,
  • tendency for herpes,
  • immunosuppression,
  • pregnancy and breastfeeding,
  • short time after a surgical procedure,
  • precancerous lesions.

Laser dermabrasion – offer


Laser dermabrasion is a precise method, which bloodlessly removes layers of skin of specified thickness. Surgical laser, which emits infrared light, heats up the tissues and causes them to evaporate. Thus the imperfections of the skin are smoothed up. The aim of the procedure is rejuvenation and refreshment of your skin, superficial shallowing the wrinkles, eliminating the enlarged pores and unifying skin colour.