• Dermapen Skin Needling

    Dermapen Skin Needling

    The Dermapen uses multiple needles that pierce the skin vertically with minimal pain compared to traditional Dermaroller rejuvenation. The Dermapen skin rejuvenation treatment has great results and there appears to be much less epidermal damage. The automatic, high-speed vibrating function of the Dermapen increases the effectiveness of the treatment by rapidly creating multiple insertions, quickly and clinically, dramatically reducing pain and discomfort for the...
  • Plasma Soft Surgery

    Plasma Soft Surgery

    WHAT IS Plasma soft surgery? Plasma soft surgery is a non-surgical treatment used to lift the eyes (blepharoplasty), remove excess skin such as eye bags, tighten the skin and erase scars, moles, skin tags and other unwanted features (see below for before and afterpictures). Unlike surgical treatments for these problems, Plasma soft surgery does not require general anesthetic and recovery time is much shorter....
  • Cynosure Revlite Laser

    Cynosure Revlite Laser

    Cynosure Revlite laser Built on ConBio’s original Q-Switched laser technology, RevLite™ SI is a new-generation Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser, currently available at Zen MediSpa. Its multi-wavelength system provides greater efficacy, comfort and power. Maximum Power and Versatility Delivering 1064 nm and 532 nm, with MultiLite Dye Handpieces extending the wavelength capabilities to include 585 nm and 650 nm, RevLite SI provides the versatility you need...
  • Hyperpigmentation in skin

    Hyperpigmentation in skin

    Skin that has turned darker or lighter than normal is usually not a sign of a serious medical condition. Considerations: Normal skin contains cells called melanocytes. These cells produce melanin, the substance that gives skin its colour. Skin with too much melanin is called hyper pigmented skin. Skin with too little melanin is called hypo pigmented skin. Pale skin areas are due to too little...
  • Dermal Absorption

    Dermal Absorption

    Many substances do pass into the body from the outer surface of the skin and into the circulation.To understand how this works, imagine a tightly woven fabric. While from a distance it may appear impervious, at close range it is actually highly porous.  It is this porous nature of the skin, with its millions of tiny openings, that allows not only sweat and other...
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