- adj.: Of foremost importance; paramount
- Dark to deep or vivid red.
- 4 Cardinal points (north, south, east, west)
SYNERGY may be defined as two or more things
functioning together to produce a result not independently
obtainable. The term synergy comes from the Greek word
synergos, συνεργός, meaning ‘working together’.
Dr Daniel Sister is one the leading anti-ageing specialists in the UK, he has been the first in the UK to introduce the ELOS, Dracula Therapy, the Vi Peel, Intra Lipo Therapy, Carboxytherapy as well as his wonder supplement, YOUTH.
Dr Sister has combined 4 treatments together to bring a super anti-ageing skin treatment that will challenge all others, Cardinal Synergy Therapy. This is a combination of Dracula Therapy, Fractional Laser, Carboxytherapy and Red Pulse light.
By combining Dracula with these three other treatments, the effects on the patient are faster and more effective. It dramatically enhances tissue healing and scarring, is collagen-inducing and skin-rejuvenating.
Dracula Therapy is proven as a new and natural way to enhance your skin. It helps improve wrinkles, heal scars and any other cutaneous damage; actively hydrates the skin; increases brightness and radiance- as well as- stimulate the skin which in turn helps to increase cellular growth and visco-elastic regeneration. It is used to improve the total skin profile – face, neck, décolleté, arms and hands, inner thighs – and to treat early hair loss.
Fractional Carbon Dioxide laser resurfacing has proved to be extremely effective in reducing wrinkles, rejuvenating and resurfacing the skin, skin tightening, acne and scar removal; smoothing burn scars and surgery scars and removing intractable chloasmas and pigmentation, as well as with the recovery of sundamaged skin. Dr Sister latest equipment is pain-free.
Red Pulse Light
As early as 1903 scientists realised that light could be used for therapeutic treatments. The same year the Nobel Prize was awarded for work on light therapy. Red Pulse light improves symptoms such as ageing and loose skin, large pores, slender wrinkles, the appearance of freckles, sunburn and liver spots. Additionally, it brightens pasty complexion caused by poor metabolism or bad circulation; repairs damaged skin and diminishes inflammation and scar treatment for oily skin.
One of the first effects noted from CO2 therapies was the strong vasodilatation and increased blood flow. This is due to the presence of CO2 in the blood which helps the release of oxygen from haemoglobin, known as the Bohr effect. The increased oxygenation effects associated with transcutaneous or injected CO2 therapies are believed to support the studies and trials for the stimulation of collagen synthesis and in clinical techniques in the treatment of cancer.