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Why choose to have aesthetic and beauty treatments?

The skin is our largest organ and protects us against the environments factors including rain, sun, hot and cold.

It is also an important organ in protecting us against disease as it keeps pathogens from freely entering our bodies.

There are many layers of the skin, each with their function and composition. The outer layer is called the epidermis, and this is the layer we see. It does not have a blood supply, but gets its nourishment from the other layers by a process called diffusion.

When we look at someone, what we see is their skin. We see gender, heritage, and age along with many other factors.

Over time skin ages and loses some of its elasticity. Collagen production decreases and the skin shows signs of ageing.

There are other changes that take place with advancing age that also contribute to ageing such as bone resorption (thinning of the bones) muscle atrophy (less density) and reduction in facial fat pads.

These changes together with changes in the skin start to show as signs of ageing.

For many people ageing naturally is part of life, but with accessibility and affordability of aesthetics treatments, the popularity of these treatments has increased and has become mainstream.

Choosing aesthetic treatments is a personal choice. Some people opt for some injectables and avoid others and some people may want to try every possible treatment.

At Asenta Aesthetics we offer treatments that are safe, evidenced based and effective.  

It is important to recognise the importance of a healthy lifestyle and its effects on health and overall beauty. Some of the key factors in looking well and looking good are good nutrition, less exposure to sun rays, reducing alcohol consumption and refraining from smoking.

In addition to that, you can get help from dermal fillers and muscle relaxing injections, skin boosters and mesotherapy as well as non injectable treatments such as chemical peels and facials. Injectable treatments require injections under the skin by a professional Aesthetician or Aesthetics Practitioner. The injections require much skill and should never be attempted by anyone but a professional. 


Some of the most common fillers are Hyaluronic Acid, Calcium hydroxylapatite, Autologous fat, or human or bovine derived collagen. In addition to the dermal fillers, other injections may consist of muscle relaxants, such as Botox, Bocouture, Azzalure or Dysport.

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