Medico-aesthetic treatments are procedures that require the use of state-of-the-art technologies and highly concentrated cosmetic products to eliminate a superficial aesthetic condition. They can be performed under local anaesthesia and usually do not lead to complications.
Lentigo (age spots)
Lentigo is the scientific name given to the pigmented lesions that form on the parts of the body most often exposed to the sun, such as the face, the neck and the hands. Benign and painless, it is caused by the excessive production of melamine. These brownish spots appear especially in the forties.
Rosacea and Couperose (spider veins)
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition of the face. It is characterized by the appearance of red blotches on the cheeks, nose and chin. These patches can be slightly elevated and look like acne. Couperose (spider veins) is a symptom of rosacea. It’s caused by the permanent dilation of the face’s tiny blood vessels.