Skin
treatment

Skin problems mean that your face begins to age. We invite you to Medical Club Grace to get rid of those problems.

Keloid and acne scarring treatment

Acne scarring can often develop as a complication of acne. We offer innovative treatments.

Breakouts and acne leave pitted facial scars. These imperfections cause significant discomfort because many people tend to stare at the facial problem areas rather than maintain eye contact during conversation. We recommend treating skin problems right after they develop. 

We use a number of techniques. Machine-assisted: laser resurfacing. Injection-based: mesotherapy. Cosmetic: facial cleansing with exfoliation. Our expert will study the needs of your skin to decide which technique is best for you.

Hyperpigmentation treatment

Hyperpigmentation is a common skin problem. Freckles and age spots appear when melanin is produced in high concentrations. This pigment is responsible for your complexion. Hyperpigmentation won’t resolve. It’ll become more visible after each sunlight exposure. 

We offer you to undergo hyperpigmentation removal procedures at Medical Club Grace. Our experts use two techniques: cosmetic exfoliation and laser resurfacing with a cutting-edge LaseMD device.

Hair loss treatment

The statistics show that about one-third of women and half of man suffer hair loss. It’s extremely important to take early steps to prevent total hair loss and to regrow lost hair.
 
We offer efficient procedures at Medical Club Grace. Mesotherapy, an injection-based technique, uses cocktails of active substances. The cocktail formula is developed individually for each client. The machine-assisted technique utilizes lasers to intensify metabolism in the scalp tissue.

Doctors

All doctors

Kateryna
Kylivnyk

Dermatologist. Beautician. 7 years of practice in cosmetology and medicine

Maryna
Pikhterova

General practitioner. Beautician. 5 years of practice in aesthetic medicine

Tetiana
Redko

Beautician. 18 years in medicine and cosmetology

Q&A

What device is used for laser resurfacing?

At Medical Club Grace, we use LaseMD for face skin resurfacing procedures. It’s a professional laser system manufactured by Lutronic, a South Korean brand. The system offers various skin rejuvenation programmes. LaseMD treats facial areas delicately and evenly.

What product is used in mesotherapy?

Our experts use hyaluronic acid in the majority of cases (70%). They also use amino acids, herbal extracts, trace elements, vitamins, synthetic substances, collagen, elastin, and many others. Your aesthetician will examine the problem areas of your face to decide which compounds will work best for you.

Can I do professional exfoliation at home?

Our experts strongly recommend that you don’t do professional exfoliation at home. The products contain high concentrations of acids which—if used incorrectly—can cause chemical burns. Besides, you can’t choose the right exfoliation product by yourself. This is the task for a medical aesthetician. At home, you can use a non-professional cosmetic exfoliation scrub intended for preventive skin cleansing.

Do I need to take a vacation for a course of chemical peels?

You need to stay at Medical Club Grace only if you undergo a series of deep phenol-based peels. Any other types of peels don’t require any restrictions in your regular routine. But please remember that your skin will experience some changes after chemical peels. It’ll get red right after the procedure and can become scaly 2 or 3 days later. It’s a normal body reaction. It’s known as the skin regeneration process. A complete renewal cycle can take up to a week depending on the texture and function of your skin.

When is it best to undergo laser resurfacing?

Our experts recommend that you undergo this procedure when it’s most comfortable for you. There are, however, certain precautions to be followed in the summer. As a matter of fact, resurfaced skin is thin and hypersensitive to ultraviolet radiation. It means that long-term sunlight exposure could be harmful to your skin and diminish the effect of this procedure.

How can pigmentation be prevented?

Sunlight exposure always increases any pigmentation. It means that adequate ultraviolet protection is absolutely essential. Use a sunscreen with at least 30 SPF to control uneven pigmentation. Also, we recommend wearing sunglasses and a hat. Minimize your sun exposure. If you have skin problems, it’s important that you don’t injure it intentionally. Consulting an aesthetician at Medical Club Grace is a better option.

Can I have hair extensions after hair loss treatment?

Yes, you can, if you want to add volume to your hair or make it longer. But keep in mind that you’ll need to have your hair extensions re-applied. Extensions should be regularly fitted close to the hair roots. Frequent procedures like that can further damage your hair which needs healing.

What is the after-treatment hair care protocol?

Our experts recommend wearing a cap: to prevent hypothermia in winter and to protect from ultraviolet radiation in the summer. Don’t comb your hair for an hour after the procedure and avoid touching it for 4 hours. Neither apply any products to the scalp nor wash your hair for 24 hours. You can undergo intensive cosmetic scalp procedures at least a week after the procedure.

Before & after

The photographs show the results of plastic surgeries and cosmetic procedures of an intimate nature and are not intended for viewing by persons under 18 years of age.
The photographs show the results of plastic surgeries and cosmetic procedures of an intimate nature and are not intended for viewing by persons under 18 years of age.
The photographs show the results of plastic surgeries and cosmetic procedures of an intimate nature and are not intended for viewing by persons under 18 years of age.