Vietnam offers a fantastic tropical environment with natural charms, an ancient and
modern blend of cultural diversity, and an abundant variety of exotic culinary
delights. It’s also becoming quite well known for its skin care clinics and salons, that
specialize in treatments and procedures rivaling western standards.
As a long-standing skin clinic in Sai Gon, Stamford Skin Centre welcome hundreds of
customers from all over the world every year. Travelers are venturing to Vietnam to
discover what it offers, while engaging in a wide array of high quality skin care
treatments and services. All at a significant cost savings in comparison to other Asian
At Stamford Skin Centre, we have an experienced team of doctors, nurses, and
support staff. The protocols is suitable for each individual. Therefore, please note the
following information we’ve provided for you about.
The top skin treatments tourists are choosing while in Vietnam:
5. Chemical peel :
– A chemical peel is a procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to
remove the top layers. The skin that grows back is smoother. With a light or medium
peel, you may need to undergo the procedure more than once to get the desired
– Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, discolored skin and scars — usually on the
face. They can be done alone or combined with other cosmetic procedures. And they
can be done at different depths, from light to deep. Deeper chemical peels offer more-
dramatic results but also take longer to recover from.
4. Laser skin resurfacing :
– Fractional CO2 laser is a type of skin treatment used by dermatologists or physicians
to reduce the appearance of acne scars, deep wrinkles, and other skin irregularities. It
is a non-invasive procedure that uses laser, specially made of carbon dioxide, to
remove the outer layers of damaged skin.
– Once the dead skin cells are eliminated, the procedure activates the production of
multiple microthermal zones that reaches deep into the skin. Through this, it can
stimulate your body’s natural healing process and boost collagen production. This
ultimately replaces the old, damaged cells with new, healthy skin.
3. Skin booster :
Skin Boosters are micro-injections of dermal fillers in the skin. Unlike traditional
dermal fillers, they are not injected beneath the skin to volumise or shape the face.
Instead, they are very fine dermal fillers that are injected into the skin to hydrate and
improve skin quality. This type of dermal filler can be injected over large treatment
areas of the face, neck, and hands to increase the skin’s hydration quality. During the
treatment, the multiple injections activate the fibroblasts promoting new collagen and
elastin formation. The result is healthy-looking, glowing and plump skin.
2. Botox :
Botox injections are shots that use a toxin to prevent a muscle from moving for a
limited time. These shots are often used to smooth wrinkles on the face. They're also
used to treat neck spasms, sweating, overactive bladder, lazy eye and other
conditions. Botox shots also may help prevent migraine.
The medicine in Botox injections is made from the same toxin that causes a type of
food poisoning called botulism. But the forms of purified botulinum toxin used by
licensed health care providers meet medical control standards. These standards were
approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. As a rule, the bacteria toxins
used for medical purposes are not harmful if used correctly.
1. Filler :
Dermal fillers are a cosmetic treatment which involves small injections. They are used
to add volume to the soft tissue in the face – in areas such as the cheek, mouth, lips,
around the eye and the jawline – combatting signs of ageing by filling in wrinkles and
addressing dark circles, as well as thinning lips. They use a gel which usually includes
After the treatment, you can expect to see results immediately. Over a two to a four-
week period following the procedure, results will gradually become even more