Crystal Clear Skin Solution.

Crystal Clear offers our aesthetic range of facial services and technology that can rival the best non-invasive aesthetic options in the market today.


What technologies do we feature in Crystal Clear Skin Solution Range?
Thermagic

Fractional RF is the most non-invasive mode of known RF devices with the development of a minimally invasive bipolar delivery system. It generates localized coagulation zones within the reticular dermis characterized as RF thermal zones. This fractional RF system offers controlled dermal heating through pulse duration variance, allowing for fractional sparing of the epidermis. Studies showed that the treatment-generated RF thermal zone in the reticular dermis consists of denatured collagen separated by spared dermis, were replaced by new dermal tissue within 10 weeks.

Clear + Brilliant BioLight

Electro-optical energy is a new technology which has been recently introduced as a non-ablative treatment for skin rejuvenation. This technology uses RF and optical energy from laser or light sources within the same device to be combined in the same pulse profile.

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Biolucent system consists of a bipolar RF generator and a flashlamp. The pulsed light is delivered through a contact sapphire light guide with the bipolar RF energy which is delivered through electrodes embedded in the system applicator.

The mechanism of this new technology is based on two combined approaches: the first approach includes light-based technologies where the pulsed optical energy targets and preheats distinct chromophores by selective photothermolysis. The second approach uses the creation of stress waves at the skin surface by RF inducing uniform heat at controlled depth to dermal layers.

The generated heat by pulsed optical energy will reduce the target impedance providing favored conduction pathway for the RF toward the target of interest. As a result, the combined forms of energy act synergistically to initiate thermal wound at the targeted area with subsequent remodeling and reorientation of collagen bundles and formation of new collagen.

Aurora HiFu

HiFu uses two ultrasonic energy waves to affect specific micro-coagulation zones deep in the dermis and subcutaneous adipose tissue. Repairing the deep tissue damage leads to contraction and tissue remodeling, resulting in the desired aesthetic effect of reduced skin laxity. The superficial dermis and collateral tissues are spared, which not only decreases the risk of scarring and downtime but potentially permits to be used in different skin types.

IPL Facials

As one of light-based technologies, intense pulsed light (IPL) facials are used to rejuvenate aging skin; it emits yellow, red and infrared simultaneously so that multiple components of photoaging can be treated concurrently. Similar to lasers, IPL systems produce their effect based on the principle of selective photothermolysis. Unlike lasers, which treat one chromophore with monochromatic light, IPL systems have wide spectrum of probable combinations of wavelengths, pulse durations, pulse intervals and fluencies. IPLs have the ability to target both melanin and hemoglobin; thus treating vascular and pigmented lesions very efficiently with modest improvement in wrinkles.

IPL devices have the following advantages as they are safe effective treatments for redness or flushing of the face, neck and chest and they exert substantial visible improvement with no downtime, bruising or crusting.<

Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion or particle resurfacing was designed in the 1980s and gained popularity because of its ease of use, relatively benign nature and its proposed gross effectiveness. It is a minimally invasive procedure that relies on an abrasive component and a vacuum tube causing mechanical removal of the superficial epidermis and stimulation of new cell growth.

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The concept of facial resurfacing was reported as early as 1500 BC, when the Egyptians used sandpaper to smooth scars. Dermabrasion, the technique that penetrates to the depth of the dermis to promote skin regrowth and rejuvenation, was developed in the early 1900s and modified to its modern form in the 1950s.

Different microdermabrasion systems are known based on the source of the abrasive component. Most systems use inert crystals usually aluminum oxide, sodium chloride or sodium bicarbonate crystals that is propelled to the skin surface using a handpiece. In other systems, the coarse stimulus is a handpiece with rough crystals (diamonds); these crystals are fixed to the surface of handpiece which comes in direct contact with the skin.

Vacuum suction is concurrently used to gather worn-out crystals and debris which are caused by the crystals’ abrasive action and transferred via a separate set of collection tubing into a dissipate container.

Several authors have illustrated that microdermabrasion may play a role in the improvement of skin contour irregularities, including rhytides via mechanical removal of the stratum corneum and stimulation of new cell growth. Although microdermabrasion can be used to improve certain pigmentary changes, it might be less effective when compared with chemical peels.

The side effects associated with microdermabrasion are minimal, the majority of patients may develop erythema and mild pain, meanwhile minor abrasions and petechiae may occur if the procedure is carried out aggressively. Yet, they are usually short-lived, lasting about 1 week. Microdermabrasion is considered to be safe in all skin types, and the risk of post-inflammatory pigmentary changes is minimal.



“Best Facial for Acne”
CLEO Clear Skin Awards 2016

Featured in CLEO February 2016 issue
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