Kaya Clinic introduces MesoGlow therapy
Dubai, March 31, 2008
Kaya Skin Clinic has introduced the MesoGlow Service at their clinics in the UAE.
Kaya Clinic is a leading brand that offers world-class treatments and services to deliver solutions for dry rough skin texture and even for dull uneven skin colour.
The service is based on Mesotherapy Principles, a revolutionary skin care technique that has been designed to fight against effects of photo damage and ageing of facial skin. The service involves the usage of an US FDA approved drugs directly into the skin, said an official spokesman.
Kaya Skin Clinic recommends four sessions done once a week with seven days apart between any two sessions and to keep that glow, once a month touch-up treatment is recommended.
The new service is available across all Kaya clinics in the UAE, Oman and Saudi Arabia. A package of four sessions costs Dh2,150 ($585.5), package of 12 sessions costs Dh5,700 and a maintenance session costs Dh500.
Mesotherapy, an innovative technique requires micro/multiple prickles which is not painful that insure the entrance of small amounts of medication, anti-oxidants, minerals and amino acids that are applied directly to the treatment spot called "mesoderm", the superficial layer under the skin.
The MesoGlow treatment infuses the dermis layer with anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals and aminoacids to nourish and rejuvenate. This promotes production of collagen and elastin to stimulate the metabolism.
“Mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation is considered a safe and accepted approach to treat uneven skin texture and dull skin on the face and neck. Between sun damage and progressive collagen loss, the skin loses it fatness and resiliency. The benefits of undergoing the treatment of MesoGlow have known to result in skin being smoother, radiant, youthful and lustrous,” said dermatologist, Kaya Skin Clinic, Dr Hala Hashed. – TradeArabia News Service
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