Innovative non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatment showcased at Arab Health


Dr Haus Dermatology is set to showcase its pioneering 7D treatment in Dubai

An innovative non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatment, which delivers immediate results in lifting and rejuvenating the skin, will be presented at Arab Health 2020 by Dr Haus Dermatology, a renowned skin clinic located in the Harley Street Medical Area

Dr Haus, who runs the specialist dermatology clinic, will be at the Middle Eastern congress to highlight how the sought-after 7D treatment can significantly improve skin conditions for patients in the Middle East. The pioneering treatment, which incorporates five different lasers modes and a skin peel and masque, helps improve a number of common conditions such as skin laxity, fine lines and wrinkles as well as dull skin texture.

It offers results that are immediately noticeable, and which continue to improve over time, targeting all skin types and offering those aged 25+ a signature protocol created by Dr Haus and completely bespoke to the London-based clinic. Each treatment takes just 60-90 minutes to complete.

Seven steps
After a number of years perfecting the protocol, Dr Haus believes he can now give patients the best outcome from the treatment—to provide a non-surgical route to facial rejuvenation, using seven different steps to reduce wrinkles and help the skin maintain a youthful glow.

Dr Haus said: “The 7D Treatment can be used for many different concerns. It tightens and lifts the skin, helps minimise pores, targets melasma and hyperpigmentation and gives an overall refresh for all skin types. The protocol has been perfected over many years, and we are excited to bring it to Arab Health, to showcase its unique benefits to patients in the Middle East.”

The Dr Haus 7D Refresh is suited to all skin types. For Middle Eastern patients, it provides a unique alternative to cosmetic surgery—a quick and effective way to treat common skin conditions that other laser treatments are unable to treat. The treatment is suitable for patients with melasma and hyperpigmentation—a common condition caused by increased melanin, in which patches of skin becoming darker in colour—which occur due to excessive sun exposure and have a higher prevalence in regions like the Middle East.

Arab Health
The Arab Health Exhibition & Congress is taking place from 27th-30th January at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The Dr Haus Dermatology team will be joining representatives from more than a dozen Harley Street Medical Area hospitals and clinics, as well as The Howard de Walden Estate, the HSMA’s landlord. The Harley Street Medical Area stand will be found on the UK Pavilion (hall 2, stand H30).