Fine Lines, Wrinkles, Aged   Loose Skin

About Skin Tightening & Firming

Nlclinics provide multiple treatment methods for revitalising elasticity in the skin. All treatment methods have been tested throughout years of experience and all are clinically profound. Wrinkles, loose skin and fine lines arise through various reasons however, all can be fixed through tightening elastin and collagen fibres or regenerating new fresh skin tissue.

 

Treatment for Fine Lines and Wrinkles

There are multiple treatment methods and some are best in combination, for example PhotoSculpt (IPL + RF). Choosing the best treatment plan is based on the individual, the affected area, severity of affected area and other key factors which will all be clearly explained during a free consultation.

 

PhotoSculpt (IPL + RF)

PhotoSculpt is a combination treatment using Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and Radio Frequency (RF) to tighten skin through collagen excitation. IPL uses natural light to stimulate fibres whilst, RF heats the affected area tightening fibres. Treatment is non invasive with no adverse affects. PhotoSculpt can treat deep tissue wrinkles.

 

Derma Renew

Derma Renew is a 4 in 1 Dermabrasion system used for medium and deep exfoliation of skin tissue. For fine lines Derma Renew can physically remove affected layers to regenerate new smooth layers of fresh tissue. For deeper wrinkles Derma Renew is normally used in combination with stimulation such as PhotoSculpt or Dermal Rollers.

 

Dermal Roller

Skin Pricking with Dermal Rollers is a process of rolling a small roller with lots of tiny needles over the skin to create multiple micro-traumas. The micro-traumas cause skin the repair hence revitalising stimulating collagen growth and bringing back elasticity. Treatment can be painful however Derma Roller Skin Pricking gives unquestionable results.

 

Derma Fillers and Anti-Wrinkle Injections

For quick results Nlclinic's provide injectables such as Dermal Fillers to patch wrinkles and Anti-Wrinkle Injections to relax muscle tissue. Treatment is not permanent.

 

Click here for more information on RF Radio Frequency treatment with the PermaSculpt+ system.