Skin Rejuvenation Treatments for Men


Treatments for Men

Anti-ageing therapy has been a very important area of development for The Cottage Surgery. Over the last 6 years they have evolved a proven regime of advanced clinical treatments and home care products which reverse existing skin damage and successfully slow down the skin’s ageing process. 

Regular treatment of male patients has allowed staff  to refine their treatment approach while taking into consideration that male skin is typically both thicker and deeper than that of a female but also, men have stronger, more prolific muscle structure in the facial area.

The Cottage Surgery has developed expertise in tailored combination therapies. Each patient has a carefully crafted, unique personal programme devised for them. The programme will include three main elements: exfoliation, enhanced collagen stimulation and protection from further premature ageing. 

The exfoliation module may include acid treatments such as glycolic, salicylic or, TCA peels and/or microdermabrasion, using the widely acclaimed Salt A-Peel system. Collagen stimulation and protection from further premature ageing is achieved by NLite laser therapy and prescribed high calibre skin products. 

Each component is designed to stimulate fibroblast cells, responsible for the production of new collagen and elastin. They are each a powerful anti-ageing therapy in their own right but when combined in this unique, synergistic manner they will provide maximum collagen regeneration. Skin will appear smoother, firmer and younger looking. 

The Cottage Surgery has recently introduced Micro Needle Therapy enabling staff to utilise another successful and highly effective tool aimed at reducing the signs of ageing.  

To arrange a confidential, friendly consultation that is totally free and without obligation, or to receive a Patient Guide, fully explaining the process, please contact us on 01384 940494 or via our website email service.

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