At ENRICH Clinic, we have many effective non-invasive facial treatments to suit your budget and skin goals. There are so many, with multiple names, that you may not know where to start. Here we offer you an overview of an excellent way to choose treatments based on your skin goals.
Before we get into the specifics of the treatments, it’s useful to understand what your specific skin goals are and write them down. There may be a part of your face that is bugging you – redness, pimples, sun damage, dry skin, wrinkles – or you may want to look great for a special event or make an anti-ageing plan. We can also do non-surgical rhinoplasty.
Your skin goals are the most important thing for us here at ENRICH Clinic, so having a consultation will fast track your discovery process where you will benefit from our experience.
The internet can be a mind-boggling place, so we recommend making an appointment with one of our specialist cosmetic practitioners to see how we can help you.
Non-surgical face treatments
- Dermal fillers
- Muscle relaxers (anti-wrinkle injections)
- Liquid facelifts (anti-wrinkle injections and dermal filler)
- Fat-dissolving injections
- Chemical peels
- The Secret or Microneedling
Laser and similar procedures
- Continuous, fractional, ablative and non-ablative lasers
- IPL and other heat-based devices
- LED anti-ageing devices
- Piqo laser
- China Doll Facial
Each treatment has a thing or two that it’s really good at, so starting with your skin goals in mind, we can then narrow down the procedures that will most benefit you.
Here are some great examples of how we help our patients to get you started.
Anti-ageing is where a cosmetic clinic comes into its own. We love our range of anti-ageing treatments, and so do our clients. There are many to choose from, and it will depend heavily on which element of anti-ageing you are focused.
Because the ageing process affects the areas of the face differently, we treat each area separately.
Elements of facial ageing include:
- The development of fine lines and wrinkles
- Loss of fat volume creating a sallow look of the cheeks and around the eyes
- Loss of collagen and elastin contributing to wrinkling and sagging
- Deepening of grooves
To combat each of these, we can use a collection of tools that address one or more element. Fine lines and wrinkles can be softened using resurfacing (makes all skin the same ‘height’), filled in with dermal fillers, or collagen boosted with wave-based treatments.
We can arrest deep grooves and wrinkles as they are forming with anti-wrinkle injections, keeping your face smoother for longer.
Fat in our face creates a more youthful appearance, so dermal filler has a huge role to play in our anti-ageing strategies. The hollows left due to diminishing fat volume in the cheeks can be plumped back up with dermal filler injections, as can the tear troughs and nasolabial folds (the lines that join your mouth and nose).
Redness is the result of blood vessels close to the surface of the skin. There is regular redness – this may be genetic, maybe you run hot – then we have redness caused by inflammation, known as rosacea.
We have very effective laser treatments that remove the tiny blood vessels, reducing the visible impact of being hot, flushed or generally blotchy or red. This treatment works the same for any blood vessel condition, minor or major.
If you have red cheeks or a red face all the time, you may benefit from a consultation with a dermatologist to look into the cause. Sometimes a skin treatment isn’t the most appropriate way forward here.
Rough or dry skin
The outer layer of skin is by design made up of hard, dead skin cells – the keratinised layer of skin that protects us from the outside world. Keratinised skin, because it’s dead skin cells, can easily become dry, flakey and rough. Think of elbows, knees and heels.
These dead skin cells can also lead to face appearing dry, dull and lacklustre. The solution is to get rid of the skin cells. We achieve this with several tools, for example, laser resurfacing, chemical peels and microdermabrasion. The top layer of dull skin is removed, revealing the fresh skin underneath.
Acne or acne scarring
Acne and acne scarring are two very distinct problems with individual solutions. Acne is an active skin infection, while acne scarring is the result of a specific skin injury. Acne scars develop due to a space created underneath the skin, in the pore, by the infection, that is then filled in with scar tissue.
We have several strategies for managing acne, including hormonal management and very targeted skin treatments. Skin treatments include light- and wave-based devices to kill bacteria and promote skin health.
Acne scar treatments often include collagen remodelling to change how scars appear, but depending on the type of scar, we can also work to resurface the skin.
We are skin experts who prefer to use non-invasive strategies to achieve your skin goals. We have such an amazing array of tools at our disposal, so come in for a consultation so we can show some of them off to you! We feel confident that we can help you have more beautiful skin, whatever that means to you.
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