La aesthetic medicine enables us to meet the needs ofbody aesthetics.
The subjects (aesthetic or functional) raised by patients during consultations are :

♦ The treatment of cellulite.
♦ Slimming.
♦ Buttock augmentation and lift.
♦ Wrinkle treatment.
♦ Sagging skin.
♦ Sweating.

However, certain indications remain the domain of surgery, hence the importance of a medical examination, after which the doctor announces the possible results and the necessary protocol.
The results are natural and free of the heavy after-effects of surgery.

Reshape your body without surgery is now possible.

The tools we have at our disposal include injections of Sculptra, botox, hyaluronic acid, Hyacorp, ultrasound or shock waves, radiofrequency, cryolipolysis, electromagnetic waves, etc. In short, this broad therapeutic arsenal enables an experienced doctor to respond to different requests.






What's the best beauty routine for a firmer, more toned body?

For visibly toned skin, the right things to do every day are :
- Exfoliate for a new look: exfoliating once or twice a week removes dead skin cells and deeply purifies your skin.
- Body peels and mesotherapy sessions: Body treatments are essential for maintaining the skin's beauty, nourishing and moisturising it and protecting it from external aggression. The various aesthetic medicine techniques are designed to promote relaxation, improve blood circulation, eliminate toxins, combat cellulite, tone, firm and hydrate the skin, and fight the signs of ageing.
- Apply a toning cream to enhance your figure.
- Apply a targeted skin care product such as a night cream that works intensively while you sleep, when the skin is most receptive.
- Protection from the sun: prolonged exposure can dry out the skin and destroy its natural production of collagen, leading to a loss of firmness.

- Eat a balanced diet: it's crucial to eat foods that burn fat and build muscle. Choose the proteins found in eggs, lean meat and oily fish.
- Favour antioxidants that fight free radicals and slow down skin ageing. Foods rich in vitamin C help to maintain the skin's natural collagen and keep your tummy flat. A fruity lemon water in the morning can boost your metabolism and firm your abdominal muscles.
- Avoid water retention: a diet too rich in salt and sugar can cause water retention, affecting skin tone. Certain foods, such as pineapple, help to reduce cellulite and firm the skin.
- In the shower, alternate jets of hot and cold water to encourage blood circulation and tone skin tissue.
- Exercise to build muscle.
- Stay hydrated: drinking plenty of water is crucial to the health of the skin and muscles, which are made up of 65 to 75 % of water.

Massages can improve blood circulation, reduce muscle tension, help eliminate toxins and improve the appearance of the skin. They can also promote relaxation and reduce stress, contributing to better overall health.

Non-invasive aesthetic treatments, such as cryolipolysis, radiofrequency and high-intensity focused ultrasound, can target specific areas of the body to reduce fat, tighten skin and improve overall body texture and tone.

The best skin care for the body includes daily moisturising with nourishing creams or oils, regular exfoliation to remove dead skin cells, and the application of sun protection to prevent UV damage.

To maintain results after aesthetic treatment, it is important to adopt a healthy lifestyle, including a balanced diet, a regular exercise routine, good hydration and appropriate skin care. Regular follow-ups with your aesthetic doctor can also help prolong results.

How can aesthetic medicine transform and improve the body's appearance?

Aesthetic medicine has become the solution of choice for many people seeking to improve their physical appearance without resorting to invasive surgery. Thanks to a range of innovative, non-invasive treatments, it is possible to safely and effectively sculpt, firm and revitalise the body and combat the signs of ageing. Technical advances allow :
- Reducing body fat: treatments such as cryolipolysis (CoolSculpting) and radiofrequency use advanced techniques to target and eliminate fat cells.
- Skin firming and toning: radiofrequency and high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) are popular treatments that stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.

- Improving skin texture: techniques such as microdermabrasion, microneedling, mesotherapy and chemical peels help to exfoliate the skin, reducing irregularities and leaving a softer, more even surface.
- Cellulite reduction: treatments such as mesotherapy, radiofrequency, the PRX-T33 peel and Sculptra injections reduce orange-peel skin.
- Body contouring: treatments such as cryolipolysis and radiofrequency help to sculpt and define body contours, creating a more harmonious and proportionate silhouette.
- Muscle stimulation: EMSculpt stimulates and tones muscles non-invasively. This treatment is perfect for those who want to strengthen and define their muscles without intense or prolonged effort.