Skin revitalisation

These are various techniques using a natural skin response to skin injuries, meaning stimulation of cells in epidermis and dermis.

Phases of healing the skin after revitalisation treatments:

  1. inflammation - series of chemical reactions, under precise control of the immune system. The number of growth factors for the epidermis cells increases, as well as for the capillaries and the substances stimulating fibroblasts (cells producing collagen and elastin) - lasts up to several dozen hours
  2. formation of new tissues - the process lasts even up to a few months and involves increased production of proteins ans mucopolysaccharides
  3. modelling of tissues - this process is the longest, as it lasts up to dozen or so months. During this phase, collagen type III (so called - young) is converted into mature collagen type I (strong, cohesive), which is a great support for the skin

Treatments used in skin revitalisation:

  • microdermabrasion
  • chemical peelings
  • cavitation peelings
  • mesotherapy
  • ultrasounds
  • ionophoresis

Indications for skin revitalisation:

  • loss of skin firmness, skin flaccidity
  • symptoms of tiredness (overwork, mental stress)
  • oxygen deficiency in tissues, skin malnutrition symptoms (tobacco smokers, sallow complexion)
  • conditioning of skin after pregnancy
  • hydration, restoration of skin brightness after summer time (sunbathing)
  • wrinkles forming a network
  • maintenance of the face-lifting surgeries

Most suitable zones qualifying for revitalisation treatment:

  • face
  • neck
  • neckline
  • hands

The types of revitalisation treatments are chosen with regard to the patient's individual needs, concerning: area of the body, type of skin and the patient's expectations. It is possible both to apply therapies targeted at individual skin issue or generally improving the condition and appearance of the skin.


  • skin condition improvement,
  • skin firming,
  • skin lightening,
  • skin tightening,
  • fine lines removal, deep wrinkles softening.

Skin revitalisation programs (combined techniques):

  • microdermabrasion + mesotherapy/mesolift
    - removal of the stratum corneum
    - stimulation of blood and lymph circulation
    - providing oxygen and nutrients
    - stimulation of collagen and elastin synthesis
    - seborrheic skin with enlarged pores
    - post-inflammatory scars and discolouration
    - neckline and hands
    Number of required sessions: 1-4 sessions every 2-4 months
  • cavitation peeling + mesotherapy/mesolift
    - epidermis ultrasound cleaning
    - smoothing of the skin
    - lightening of skin discolouration
    - hypersensitive skin
    - telangiectasia
    - discolouration
    Number of required sessions:
    discolouration: 4 sessions every 2 weeks
    skin cleaning an hydrating: every 2-3 months
  • chemical peeling + mesotherapy/mesolift
    - softening of wrinkles
    - increased skin hydration
    - increased skin flexibility
    - face, neck, neckline and hands
    Number of required sessions:
    intensive treatment: 4 sessions every 2 weeks
    follow-up treatment: every 2-3 months
  • mesolift + ultrasounds
    - improvement of skin hydration (using ultrasounds, after mesolift treatment with hyaluronic acid it is possible to inject additionally 2-5% of the product into the dermis)
    - improvement of skin quality (tone, texture)
    - skin elasticity enhancement
    - regenaration of damaged, flabby skin
    Number of required sessions:
    intensive treatment: 4 treatments every 2 weeks
    follow-up session: every 2-3 months
  • microdermabrasion + chemical peeling
    - exfoliation of the stratum corneum
    - softening of wrinkles
    - lightening of skin
    - skin firming
    - mature seborrhoeic skin
    - photoageing skin (spots)
    Number of required sessions: 1-4 sessions every 3-4 weeks