Bioregeneration Integrated Medical Centre launches regenerative medical spa
Bioregeneration Integrated Medical Centre has launched a regenerative medical spa at its 15 Haining Road, Kingston, location. With the launch of this spa, the centre will be offering a regenerative approach to aesthetics and skin care, including treatments such as vampire facials, microneedling with skin boost and platelets, Botox, PRF and dermal fillers, and more.
“The focus is [the] renewal and rejuvenation of the skin rather than surgical improvements,” said Dr Janice Simmonds-Fisher, clinical director at Bioregeneration Integrated Medical Centre.
The approach of the regenerative spa marries a strong background in nutrition, regenerative and anti-ageing medicine to bring a holistic long-term approach to skincare inside and out.
The spa features the newest technologies in skin care and aesthetics, to enhance your features and give a more natural look.
The therapies offered focus on repair and rejuvenation, holistic and personalised therapies, lifestyle consults and certified medical grade products. Treatments will offer growth factors, peptides and nutrients for renewal and optimal rejuvenation.
This is accomplished while avoiding cancer causing chemicals, dangerous dyes linked to autoimmune diseases, harsh chemicals and fillers. A term called wellness aesthetics, where beauty is enhanced with your health in mind.
The process starts with a skin care and aesthetic consultation which is tailored to suit the unique aspects of each client. This is followed by well-researched treatment plan, and the newest developments in anti-ageing oral and IV vitamins and supplements, with dietary support to treat the skin from inside out are recommended. Procedures are then selected to amplify the effects of medical grade skin care.
Service list includes a customised skin care routine, micro-needling, vampire facial, neurotoxin (Botox) injections, dermal fillers, PRF fillers, PDO thread lifts, wart/skin tag removal, chemical peels, mesotherapy, radio frequency skin tightening and nano-infusion.
According to Dr Kimberley Johnson, an anti-ageing physician and cosmetic injector at Bioregenerartion Integrated Medical Centre, a popular treatment for professionals is the nano-infusion therapy. This 30-minute treatment entails the use of a serum containing stem cells being infused into the skin. This results in 97 per cent more absorption, with immediate results. There is a significant reduction in acne, hyperpigmentation and wrinkles, resulting in smoother skin. “Patients can come in during their lunch break for this quick treatment. There is no irritation, no downtime and results are instant,” Dr Johnson said.