Aesthetic Dermatology

Aesthetic Dermatology




Did You Know? More than 70 million medical cosmetic procedures are performed around the world each year.
These medical treatments, whether invasive or not, cause skin sensitisation and require recovery time.

The demand for dermocosmetic treatments continues to grow exponentially due to the aging population and the trend in rising beauty standards driven by the boomer generation.

Such treatments have become a byword for status and an experience people want to repeat. Plus, the 'prejuvenation' trend, together with the immediacy of product searches, means these treatments are on everyone's lips.

The New Era of Dermocosmetics
At Sensilis, as experts in sensitive and sensitised skin, we are redefining the narrative of aesthetic dermatology, expanding the field of skin recovery with our innovative approach.

Protocols are Key

Following a routine after a medical cosmetic procedure is key to not only the recovery of sensitised skin but also maintaining results post-procedure:

  • Double hygiene
  • Improved barrier function
  • Sun and pollution protection
  • Antioxidants
  • Retinoids and PHAs (polyhydroxyalkanoates)
  • Growth factors


Caring for your skin after a treatment
After a medical cosmetic treatment, we recommend you follow our protocols to continue your care at home:
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Aging 1

IPL, Radiofrequency Microneedling and Non-Ablative Laser

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Aging 3

Fillers and Biostimulators

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IPL, Cryotherapy with IPL, Cryotherapy with Q-Switched/Picosecond Laser

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Non-Ablative Fractional Laser, Chemical Peel, Picosecond Laser and Depigmenting

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Vascular Laser and IPL

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Microneedling and Chemical Peels

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