Wrinkle treatment

Wrinkle treatment

There are various treatments available and we will now look at the most important:


Delicately abrasive treatment using micro-particles to remove outer cell layers, stimulating the production of growth factors in order to make the skin appear lighter and softer. The treatment lasts about twenty minutes and there is no need for anaesthetic. There are no notable side effects.

Chemical Peeling

This treatment consists of the application of a chemical solution to the face in order to remove the outer layers of the skin. The idea is to improve the uniformity and appearance of tired-looking or wrinkled skin. After the treatment the patient will have a slight reddening and experience an exfoliation of the epidermis, which will then disappear in the space of a few days. 


Treatment using fillers involves the infiltration of filling substances such as hyaluronic acid and collagen, eliminating wrinkles, as well as giving volume and fullness to the lips or reducing acne scars. Effects are not permanent.

Botulin Toxin

A natural protein produced from bacteria, now used in cosmetic medicine for the treatment of dynamic wrinkles. The insertion of a small quantity in the muscles responsible for expression wrinkles will temporarily inhibit the transmission of the nerve impulse, thus causing the muscles of the face to relax and creating a smoother appearance. We should remember that it is used only for the treatment of wrinkles of expression

Laser Photo-rejuvenation

This treatment uses a laser beam to non-invasively combat the signs of aging. The laser creates microscopic holes on the skin which help to stimulate the production of collagen. It is used to treat skin marks, dilated capillaries and wrinkles, and has a rejuvenating effect on the skin. The number of sessions needed for a positive effect varies from three to six, with a period of rest of around a month between visits.