Electrolysis has been around for over 100 years, but our new advanced system has opened up a surprisingly wide range of applications for tackling common skin issues with excellent results.
London (PRWEB UK) 27 March 2015
The non-surgical skin treatments industry tends to be associated with cosmetic injections, focused on improving a person’s appearance by making them look younger. However, leading Knightsbridge doctor, Dr Barbara Kubicka MD at ClinicBe, works with people from all walks of life and in addition to offering cosmetic treatments, she also treats an extensive range of worrying skin problems using the latest technology and skin treatment methods.
Previous studies have suggested that around 23-33% of the UK population at any one time has a skin problem that could benefit from medical care. Over a 12 month period, this figure rises to a massive 54%.
Dr Barbara Kubicka MD, CIME/ICAM, MBCAM, the Aesthetic Physician behind ClinicBe (London) explains:
“The misery that can be caused by skin problems should not be underestimated. Discomfort, soreness, intense itchiness that keeps the sufferer awake at night can be very difficult to live with. The skin is the body’s largest organ, covering around 2 metres when spread out, which makes it easier to understand the discomfort and difficulties caused by irritating skin conditions.”
“What’s more, the aesthetic appearance of inflamed skin can be very unpleasant and embarrassing and usually very difficult to hide, with makeup often exacerbating the problem rather than masking it. Skin problems can have significant social consequences, including a lack of confidence and low self-esteem. There can even be consequences on employment, when the appearance of the skin spoils the ‘first impressions’ at an interview.”
“So for patients suffering from a skin problem, the first step is to take action to stop skin problems from spoiling their quality of life.”
The latest addition at ClinicBe is ‘advanced electrolysis’, which uses a process is known as cauterisation involving the local application of electrical current via a tiny probe or needle to heat the area to cauterise or destroy the blemish. As well as localised hair removal, this has a range of medical applications for treating issues such as broken capillaries, spider veins, thread veins, blemishes and skin lesions, age spots, liver spots, skin tags, milia, blood spots, moles, warts, verrucae or seborrhoeic warts. http://www.clinicbe.com/what-we-do/medical-treatments/electrolysis/
Dr Barbara Kubicka says:
“Electrolysis has been around for over 100 years, but our new advanced system has opened up a surprisingly wide range of applications for tackling common skin issues with excellent results.”
For other skin conditions, such as rosacea, or sun damage, there is excellent evidence to support the use of IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) therapy for a range of skin problems and conditions. This uses specially selected ‘safe’ light waves work deep within the skin to promote healing and cell renewal and ClinicBe have seen excellent results since launching their state of the art IPL technology at the London clinic.
Dr Kubicka concludes:
“The key is not to suffer in silence. Once the skin condition has been properly diagnosed and understood a range of highly effective treatments are available which can bring relief.”
ClinicBe® is conveniently situated on the border of Belgravia/Knightsbridge and is popular with patients living or working in the West London area, including Chelsea, Kensington and Mayfair although patients also travel from across the UK and even overseas to visit Dr Kubicka. The clinic offers an extensive range of cosmetic, cosmetology and medical skin treatments.
Dr Barbara Kubicka MD, CIME/ICAM, MBCAM leads the clinic as a fully qualified doctor, registered with the GMC and with additional qualifications in aesthetic treatments from the world-renowned College de International de Medicine Esthetique in Paris. She is renowned for her integrated, holistic approach to skin and healthcare as well as her innovative approach to skin treatments including her creation of a number of exclusive treatments.