Skin is the largest organ of the body so we need to take care of it. It is our first line of protection from external factors, and this means it is also the first to be affected by said factors. Then add in intrinsic factors such as ageing, and hormones to the mix, and we can start to see some significant degradation in the condition and quality of our skin, particularly on the face.
The combination of in clinic treatments and active cosmeceutical skincare can help to restore and rejuvenate skin. Start the rejuvenation process with exfoliation of the outer layers of skin, and start to regenerate skin using skin needling, light therapies, and collagen stimulating devices. Anti-aging starts here.
If continual shaving and waxing isn’t your thing, then permanent hair reduction treatments might be worthwhile.
Relaxation may be the only thing missing in your life right now, so don’t worry, we also have customisable luxurious facials on the menu. Unwind and relax with the Port Melbourne Platinum skin team.
Rejuvenation of the skin can be done anywhere on the body where there has been deterioration of skin. To achieve optimal results it is often a combination of therapies over a period of time that will show visible changes in skin quality and integrity. Our team of Dermal Clinicians will work with you to decide on the best plan of attack for your skin concerns. Exfoliate and Rejuvenate!
IPL and Laser Hair removal are no longer secrets of the celebrities. These treatments use heat to destroy hair follicle and permanent reduce hair growth in the treated areas. There are many businesses around now offering these treatments and there are a multitude of devices on the market which can make it confusing for the consumer.
Multiple sessions are always required regardless of the device, and it varies for each individual, and from men to women.
The colour of your skin plays a big part in deciding which device would be the safest and deliver the best results for you, so a consultation with an experienced and qualified clinician should always occur prior to commencing treatments.
All of these devices deliver heat into the skin in order to achieve results, therefore there is always the risk of 'too much' heat being delivered if administered in a way that is not suitable for your treatment. Do your due diligence when selecting the clinician who is right for you.