Medical Cosmetic cover the areas of Bristol, Cheltenham and the Midlands our main clinic locations are:
Bute House, Bridge Road, Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire, GL2 7HA and Groundwell Farmhouse, Woodcutters Mews, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN25 4AU

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04/04/2017


Medical Cosmetic Service is one of the first clinics to offer PRX-T33, a new skin revitalising treatment with no needles, pain or downtime. Hard to believe! 

The treatment consists of application of a gel containing Trichloroacetic acid, hydrogen peroxide and Kojic acid. The hydrogen peroxide allows delivery of the acids straight to the dermis to stimulate growth factors, without any peeling effect that you would expect with traditional TCA (trichloroacetic acid).

It is ideal for:

Laxity of skin on face and body
Tightening jowls 
Cheek lines
Crows feet
Forehead lines
To make the décolletage area firmer
Tighten sagging neck
Scars
Stretch marks
Open pores
Brightening the skin
Making wrinkled skin look fuller
Improvement of  sunspots, chloasma and melasma


The procedure:

A solution with the consistency of gel is rubbed onto previously cleaned skin. The patient feels no burning or pain during the treatment. After the procedure, moisturising cream is applied to the skin.The skin may be visibly taut and swollen (plumped out), but there will be no redness. The slight swelling of the skin lasts 2-3 days and shiny skin and slight dryness may accompany the swelling . Makeup can be applied immediately after the procedure so this really is a lunch time procedure. You can resume normal activities immediately. The procedure can be repeated once per week, and a series of 3-5 treatments is recommended. The treatment is not photosensitising so can be performed at any time of year. It is suitable for all skin types.



First treatment £350 including after care
Subsequent treatments £250

For a free consultation contact Dr Alison Duncan by text, phone or voicemail on 07221 456220 or email admin@medicalcosmetic.co.uk.
MEDICAL COSMETIC SERVICE
NEWSLETTER April 2017

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