Skin rejuvenation treatment in Kuwait
Feb 9, 2022


The skin goes through significant changes every decade or so. Starting skin rejuvenation treatments can begin as early as the teens when fighting teenage spots, pimples and blackheads. Most of us start experimenting with skincare around this time, usually with drugstore cleansers, scrubs and masks.

As you get older, the skin needs better care and protection. Many people opt for anti-ageing treatments from their twenties when skin discolourations, dullness and other irregularities often start to appear.

As you go through each generation and the skin ages, we start to look for problem reversal rather than problem prevention; this is where modern skin rejuvenation treatments come in.

The most popular skin rejuvenation treatments include:

Fraxel :

Fraxel Laser Treatment is a non-surgical laser for facial rejuvenation. Fraxel helps reduce scars, improve hyperpigmentation, treat fine lines and wrinkles and make this skin look younger and fresher after the very first treatment.

Thermage :

Thermage is a practical, non-invasive way to slow down and reduce the signs of ageing since it tightens your skin and produces new collagen. The radiofrequency (RF) technology helps tighten skin, smoothen out wrinkles and contour the face, eyes, and body. Results can also be seen immediately and continue to get even better after 3 to 6 months.


New generation ULTRAcel :

micro-needling HIFU – RF

The new generation Ultracel is a fantastic technology that can be used to treat scars on the body, reduce pore size, treat fine lines and wrinkles and tighten the skin. The latest technology is extra fast, allowing a whole face to be treated in less than 10 minutes. A combination of HIFU and micro-needling gives spectacular results every time.

Dermapen Micro-needling :

Micro-needling, also referred to as collagen induction therapy, involves using super-fine needles to create hundreds of tiny, invisible puncture wounds in the top layer of the skin. These wounds stimulate the body's wound-healing processes. Your body produces fresh collagen to replace the damaged collagen during the healing process, rejuvenating your skin. This results in an overall improvement in the texture and tightness of your skin by "filling in the lines" and removing the wrinkles, scars, and stretch marks that can keep you looking young as you age.

Botox :

Botox is the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment, with more than 6 million Botox treatments administered each year. We use Botox to treat lines and wrinkles and excessive sweating.

Dermal fillers :

These use hyaluronic Acid and similar substances to "fill in" or plump areas that have lost volume and smoothness. This includes wrinkles around the mouth, thin lips, and cheeks that have lost fullness.

Fillers can be used in the lips to create an attractive and fashionable pout, sometimes used alongside Botox and other non-surgical procedures; fillers can form part of the lunchtime facelift, sometimes referred to as the Liquid Facelift.

Skin boosters :

Restylane Skin Boosters are micro-injections used as a technique to inject Hyaluronic Acid into the skin to make your skin more even and plumper. Hyaluronic Acid is known to smooth fine lines improving skin elasticity, achieving an overall glowing skin and a younger appearance. Results can last up to several months after the initial three treatments.


PRP – platelet-rich plasma :

Made famous by Hollywood celebrities like Kim Kardashian, "The vampire facial", also known as the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) facial, includes drawing blood from your arm, separating the platelets, and then injecting them into your skin via micro-needling or tiny injections. The plasma contains epidermal growth factors which help repair damaged cells and promote collagen. PRP is used to treat post-acne scarring, Pigmentation and to give a younger, firmer appearance to the skin. In addition, PRP is often used in the treatment of hair loss.


Minimally invasive procedures :

The European trend for the "lunch hour Facelift" has long influenced the demand for such minimally invasive procedures done under local anaesthesia in the doctor's office. Most of these minor procedures can be done together or with a short duration between treatments

Thread lifts :

An APTOS thread lift is a way to lift sagging tissue and tighten loose skin without undergoing an invasive surgical procedure. ... After the threads dissolve, they leave behind a scaffold of new collagen and elastin to recondition the skin and slow the process of ageing.

Thread lifts are now prevalent "lunch hour facelift" procedures. The new generation threads are much stronger and more effective than previous versions. They can be used alone or with other systems like dermal fillers and Botox to give a more youthful, fresher appearance without having more invasive surgery. Thread lifts can be used to lift the cheeks, around the mouth, forehead, eyes, neck and some parts of the body.



by Lynda Naji