Everyday our skin is exposed to sunlight and other environmental stressors, which create sun spots, fine surface blood vessels (thread veins) and wrinkles, and can leave skin with a course, worn texture.
Even the best cared for skin can betray your age, losing tone and texture with age. With a poor skin care routine, the skin’s own regeneration processes can lead to a build up of dead cells on the skin surface that dull our complexion.
Skin rejuvenation techniques
Skin rejuvenation uses a wide range of techniques to refresh and revitalise the skin, reversing many of these effects to leave you looking fresher, younger and healthier, with a smooth, flawless, glowing complexion.
Below is a summary of treatments we use at The Devonshire Clinic. Click on the links in each section to find out more.
Intense pulsed light photorejuvenation uses short bursts of high energy light, at very specific wavelengths.
Medical applications of IPL include treatment of:
- Thread veins
- Facial redness
Find out more about how we use IPL in medical dermatology
Cosmetic applications of IPL include:
- Treatment of sun damage such as sun spots and irregular pigmentation
- To boost collagen production to aid skin rejuvenation
Find out more about the use of IPL in cosmetic dermatology
Fractional lasers are used at The Devonshire Clinic to treat wrinkles, acne scars and unwanted skin pigmentation such as age/sun spots.
Find out more about the application of laser treatments in medical dermatology
Find out more about how we use laser treatments in cosmetic dermatology
Botox injections are available to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles in the forehead and around the eyes and mouth.
Find out more about the Botox treatments available at The Devonshire Clinic
Dermal fillers are given by injection within the skin to reduce the appearance of fine lines and to add youthful volume. The components of fillers boost the body’s own cells to produce more collagen, the protein that gives the skin plumpness and definition.
Fillers are given by injection with a local anaesthetic and treatment sessions take less than an hour. Your skin appears normal afterwards, with only a little redness for a day or two, so you don’t need any time off work to have your treatments. The effects last for a minimum of several months, often longer.
Find out more about the dermal fillers offered by The Devonshire Clinic
Chemical skin peels
We use a variety of different chemical skin peels to target the top and middle layers of the skin to rejuvenate and refresh the visible surface layer. This reduces the appearance of wrinkle, lines and superficial scars and marks, giving the skin a more youthful look. The more intense peels that we offer can also treat deeper scars, such as those caused by acne.
Find out more about chemical skin peels at The Devonshire Clinic
Microdermabrasion is used to remove dead cells that build up on the skin surface as part of the natural regeneration cycle. It gently removes the outermost layer of cells leaving the skin looking fresher and healthier.
Find out more about the microdermabrasion treatments we offer
Microneedling is a facial skin rejuvenation technique in which many tiny sterile needles are used on a small area of skin.
Find out more about what is involved in microneedling
I can’t recommend this clinic highly enough. The treatment I received for my skin cancer was first classAL, London
The team at the Devonshire Clinic were excellent. From booking my appointments to every part of my treatment, I felt that I was in the very best hands.CH, London
Before visiting the clinic I had quite high expectations, but I was blown away by just how brilliant the experience was. I felt like I was the only patient in the clinic. Simply the best medical treatment.SF, London
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