At the dermatology clinic, a doctor examines and treats the diseases of skin, hair, and nails, both in adults and children. The doctor effectively treats acne, psoriasis, alopecia, skin inflammation, fungal skin infections, hair loss, dandruff, STDs and other dermatological disorders. Moreover, they treat venereal diseases and allergy-related disorders. The office equipment includes a dermatoscope (skin examination), as well as a device for cryosurgery and electrocoagulation (lesion and wart removal).
A gentle superficial peeling that can be carried out practically all year round. After the treatment, there is no peeling of the skin or there is little exfoliation. There is also no enhanced irritation. The peeling smoothest the skin, evens out the colour, reduces seborrhoea and acne-prone skin. Recommendations: tired, grey skin, enlarged pores, seborrhoea, prone to imperfections. The best results are achieved after a series of 4-6 treatments at intervals of 3-6 weeks.
A peeling that significantly brightens the skin, improves its tension, reduces fine lines and signs of aging. After peeling, the skin may be slightly red or irritated for 1-3 days, followed by superficial exfoliation. Recommendations: flaccid skin, first signs of aging, shallow and medium-deep wrinkles, discoloration. The best results are obtained after a series of 3-4 treatments at intervals of 3-6 weeks.
|Dermatological Consultation||£ 120|
|Dermatoscopic Examination||£ 160|
|Removal of skin lesions using cryotherapy or coagulation with additional consultation month after the treatment and/or another therapy||od £ 160 do £ 800|
|Skin swab (in addition to the visit)||£ 40|
|Repeat Prescription (without visit)||£ 50|
|Peeling ( including consultation)||£ 250|