So you are not looking your very best and time is short? No need to fret, for these quick clinical beauty treatments produce miracle visible results.

As the festive season greets you with its excesses and indulgences, it's time to prep up your look for the season of endless partying and feasting. Known as 'lunchtime procedures', these Quick-fix non-surgical treatments can help hydrate, tone, refresh, and rejuvenate skin in as little as an hour.
 Botox is a highly purified and diluted form of Botulinum toxin type A that relaxes the muscles that surround facial creases leading to softening or disappearance of expression lines. It is best used for problems on the upper third of the face, namely wrinkles in the brow, the 'Il' lines between the eyebrows, frown lines and the typical crows' feet around the eyes. The effect of Botox lasts four to six months. There may be mild bruising or swelling at the site of injection. Other rare side effects include droopy eyelid, nausea and muscle weakness.
 A filler is a safe and natural substance used to fill the dermis (deeper skin). Most often used on the lower portion of the face, fillers target nose-tomouth lines, ‘marionette' lines around the mouth, and ‘smoker's lines' on the upper lip, as well as being employed for lip plumping and cheek sculpting. Effect of a filler lasts for around six to nine months. There may be redness and swelling of skin around the injection site, typically lasting for a few hours to a few days.
Mesotherapy is a technique in which substances like vitamins, minerals,antioxidants, amino acids and other beneficial agents are injected directly into the skin by making multiple tiny punctures on the skin's surface to rejuvenate it. The capillary dilation caused by puncturing technique and the substances injected usually together provide an instant glow and rejuvenated look to the skin. This procedure can be repeated once every few weeks for approximately four to six sessions to provide best results. There is a possibility of mild pain and bruising during the procedure.
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment or Photo-facial
Visible broadband light is used in IPL treatment or a Photo-facial. It is an excellent way to safely and effectively treat sun-damaged skin, brown discoloration, age spots and freckles, broken capillaries, rosacea, enlarged pores and dull complexion. This procedure can be done on the face, neck, chest, arms and hands. This procedure typically requires four to six sessions performed at three-week intervals. The treated area may appear red after the treatment but this usually subsides within a few hours.
Superficial Chemical Peels
A superficial chemical peel is one of the least invasive ways to 'peel' away or remove damaged layers of skin and improve the appearance of your skin using various substances. Although it is usually done on the face, it can also be done on the neck, hands and feet as well. It can be used for correcting pigmentation, improving skin texture and lightening acne marks. It may result in some redness, and possibly some scaling for a few days.
Skin Polishing or Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive procedure that offers safe and controlled removal of the outer, dead layers of the skin. It is best used for improving skin tone, colour and texture and provides a fresh look to the skin. It may require multiple treatments and several weeks to see desired results. It may cause temporary, mild redness.
Medi-facials are a great way to ensure the very best complexion prior to a special occasion. They deliver appropriate ingredients to the skin, according to one's skin type, skin concerns and skin condition. They are based on scientific principles and involve the use of appropriate machines, products and manual massage techniques – all used in perfect harmony with each to deliver desirable and effective results. Medi-facials may also be highly recommended for those who are looking for a treatment with instant results and no downtime.