Face Treatment And Peeling

Chemical Peel

A chemical peel is a treatment for the facial skin where a chemical solution gets applied to the skin. Chemical peels exfoliate the skin gently and without abrasion. This chemical works to peel off the top layers. After this, the skin that grows back is smoother and revitalized. Choosing a light or medium peel means you may have to undergo the treatment more than once to get the desired outcome.
Chemical peels are effective procedures to get rid of wrinkles, discolored skin, and scars. This treatment is very effective for skin conditions on the face. By chemically resurfacing our skin’s superficial layers with peeling solutions, we can improve its appearance.
Chemical peels can be done alone or incorporated with other cosmetic procedures like laser Genesis, laser Acne, and photo rejuvenation to build a more complete treatment plan or to improve the treatment’s outcomes.
Also, they can be done at distinct depths, starting from the light ones to the deep type. For the deeper chemical peels, you get more-dramatic results. However, they also take longer to recover from after completing the process.


Microneedling is a unique skin rejuvenation procedure that resurfaces the top layer of the skin to drastically reduce the look of sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and even stretch marks, and reduction of hyperpigmentation. Microneedling is an excellent option for unclogging pores and releasing deeply stored congestion.

Our Microneedling treatments at Unique Clinic are performed using the latest FDA-approved technology. These skin-refreshing solutions are both safe and effective. It should be done every month for the optimum outcomes.

Scar Removal

The body naturally heals and replaces damaged or lost skin, leaving behind scars composed of fibrous tissue. Although a scar is a part of the healing process, its appearance can be bothersome to some people. Following skin trauma, healthy cells migrate to the wound and multiply in order for the skin to regenerate itself and protect itself against infection and then close the damaged areas to complete the healing process, Scarring may be caused by a variety of reasons, such as infections, surgery, injuries, severe acne, or inflammation of the tissue. Scars may appear anywhere on the body, and their composition may vary. Scars may appear flat, lumpy, sunken, colored, or itchy. There are many factors, including skin type and location on the body, wound type, age of the person with the scar, and nutritional status that make the final appearance of a scar varies.

Acne Treatment

Acne is a widespread skin ailment where the pores of your skin get shut off by dead skin cells, hair, bacteria, and sebum (an oily substance). When such shut-offs happen, it results in blackheads, whiteheads, nodules, and other types of blotches, and Face, forehead, chest, upper back, and shoulders are the most common places where they appear.
So, are you suffering from acne? The first thing you need to know is that you’re not alone. Acne reminds one of the most common skin disorders that people deal with. According to a survey report, 80% of people between the ages of 11 to 30 will have at least a passive form of acne. Also, most people are affected by it at some point in their existence.


We already know the warmer months are popular for how they bring along an increase in pigmentation. But, beyond this, facial discoloration is another one of those pesky skin problems that can happen at any time in the year.

Over 80% of women over the age of 25 suffer from pigmentation that is also known as hyperpigmentation. Pigmented lesions are hypermelanocytic areas typically induced by Hormonal fluctuations, sun exposure, inflammation, aging, and certain medications or congenital factors that can result in an overproduction of melanin (pigment) from melanocytes (pigment-producing cells). Pigmented lesions vary widely in size, shape, and depth. They can be either raised or flat and are usually a cosmetic rather than a medical concern.

Skin Tightening

Wrinkles, eye bags, and jowls are just a few of the inescapable signs of aging. Nonsurgical skin tightening treatments are the cosmetic procedures to alter the look of your face and your stomach as well. laser skin tightening procedures are far less invasive and safer compared to other surgical alternatives, like facelifts and tummy tucks. Meanwhile, some people believe that they can achieve the same results through other means. Also, there are lesser complication risks, it’s less costly, and the healing process is simple. Laser skin tightening stimulates collagen production.