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Male Treatments

chemical-peelSkin Resurfacing – Chemical Peels

Chemical peel is most commonly performed for cosmetic reasons; to enhance your appearance and your self confidence. Chemical peel may also remove pre-cancerous skin growths, soften acne facial scars and even control acne.

dermal-fillersDermal Fillers

A dermal filler is any product injected under facial lines to plump them out, or into the lips for fullness. There are many different dermal fillers available today. At Vie Institute we take great care in researching all products before we offer them to our clients. All products or procedures that we recommend must give honestly good results, must be long lasting, must look natural and have minimal problems associated.

skin-careSkin Care

The skin is such a complex organ, and the problems associated with the skin are so varied that it takes someone dedicated to just this part of the body to be able to treat all conditions with skill and expertise. Dermatologists specialise in problems of the skin, but generally they are concerned with worrisome rashes, psoriasis, disease of the skin etc, and basic skin problems seem trivial to them.

muscle-relaxantsWrinkle Treatment

Wrinkles and facial lines may be induced by sun damage, ageing, and the constant action of strong facial muscles. Fine lines involve only the surface layers of the skin and respond well to retinoic acid and vitamin C creams. Our nurse aestheticians can give you information on medical grade skin care, these consultations are free of charge and very informative.

laser-hairLaser Hair

Dealing with unwanted body hair has long been a tedious, deeply frustrating and often painful process. Shaving, plucking and waxing are all time-consuming and temporary solutions, with considerable practical disadvantages. Now, there is an effective solution, LaseRazor.

Male HyperhidrosisHyperhidrosis

The negative effects of hyperhidrosis on quality of life are comparable to other conditions, such as severe psoriasis, end-stage renal disease, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.