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Sensitive skin

Sensitive skin is a common issue but not a medical diagnosis by itself. People with sensitive skin may be more likely to experience skin inflammation, irritation, and discoloration.

People with generally sensitive skin have local reactions to chemicals, dyes, and fragrances present in products that come into contact with their skin.

Sensitive skin may also be a symptom of an underlying condition. Finding ways to avoid potential triggers and soothe irritated skin may help people with sensitive skin find relief and improve their quality of life.

Thus sensitive skin needs to be dealt in a way that does not weaken the barrier or trigger a reaction.


1. Photofacial

IPL means "Intense pulsed light." During an IPL photofacial, a light-producing device is adjusted to target explicit skin concerns or to convey extensive full-face revival. At the point when the pulses of light transmitted by this gadget are consumed by the melanin (pigment) and red blood cells in the skin, heat is created. The IPL gadget is intended to gently stimulate the skin's regular mending processes without hurting fragile dermal tissue, especially for sensitive skin.

As your skin endeavors to fix itself, it will shed its dull, harmed external layer and structure flexible, lively new skin with constriction of earlier dilated vessels, rendering skin a less flushed look. During this cycle, skin-firming proteins (like collagen and elastin) are delivered in overflow.

2. Hydration Boost

Hydraboost is an advanced medifacial which has been specially designed for hypersensitive, irritable skin, which is usually unable to tolerate routine skincare products and procedures due to its calming and soothing effect.

How does it work?

This medifacial consists of various toners, serums, and cleansers, which balance the skin's pH and have smoothening elements, which have a calming effect. They also have hydrating properties, which prevent further irritation of the skin.

Who can get it done?

Any patient can avail of this medifacial, but it is especially recommended for those with sensitive skin types and Roseacea (hypersensitive skin, which turns red easily on exposure to sunlight).

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SCO- 19, Huda Market Road, Sector 15 Part 2,
Market Gurugram, Haryana 122001, India.

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