When we feel good in our skin, we radiate vigor and freshness.

Biologically, the skin is the largest organ of our body. But that’s not all: the skin reflects our mental and physical health. This is one of the reasons why I pay so much attention to the skin.


We all know that aging is inevitable. I see my face as a battlefield and aging as my enemy. But with what means can this enemy be fought back?

First of all: There is no such thing as a super weapon. Even if the cosmetics industry would perhaps like to suggest this to you. Because the skin in particular is extremely individual. Even a mother and her three daughters do not have the same skin type.

This is precisely why it is important to develop an individual “master plan”. These include processes that counteract premature aging. Or we give back to the skin what old age has already taken away from it. In addition, I manufacture tailor-made care products for your daily care.  Ingredients, their concentration and the duration of application are precisely adapted to your skin – my “secret weapon” so to speak.

Surgical treatments are also used. This is especially true for areas with excess skin. This can be caused by strong stretching. Or as a result of aging.

In addition, there are a number of other important cosmetic problems. Moles, pigment disorders, acne, scars as well as visible veins (spider veins) can usually be removed reliably. By the way: Of course I can also remove heavy hair growth on the body or remove tattoos.


Pigmentation can be caused by a number of factors, such as daylight throughout the year (remember freckles), hormonal fluctuations typically caused by pregnancy or the birth control pill, thyroid problems or post-inflammatory pigmentation.

With increasing age of the population more and more people are interested in improving their appearance of any pigmentation. Fortunately, today’s technology offers an effective solution.

Benign skin lesions

Benign skin lesions are an overall term for a series of bulges and beads in the skin, such as birthmarks, hematomas, fibroms, syringoms, skin tags, keratoses, cysts, warts, scars, etc. No matter what type of skin lesion, one thing is certain: everyone has one that could be removed.

Red skin: copper rose (rosacea) or copper fins (couperose)

Rosacea (redness of the skin) and couperosis (red skin with dilated vessels on the face) are diseases that are often misdiagnosed and whose causes are sometimes unclear. This is because neither etiology, genetics, pathophysiological basics of vascular, inflammatory or fibrotic changes are well understood. They manifest on the face, especially cheeks, chin, nose and middle forehead and are not life-threatening. However, major social and psychological problems can arise.

Patients with rosacea or couperosis report a negative burden on their condition, such as low self-esteem, low self-confidence and reduced social interactions. Improving the clinical symptoms of rosacea or couperosis can greatly improve emotional well-being and quality of life. Rosacea is considered incurable due to its genetic relationship, but patients with appropriate treatments can be given control over this common disease pattern.

Spider veins

Spider veins, also known in medical jargon as a special sub-form of varicose veins, are small, visible reticulated or fan-shaped veins located directly in the epidermis. Spider veins can develop on any part of the body, including the face, thighs, calves and ankles.

Although its exact cause is unknown, it is known that spider veins are associated with abnormal blood flow in the affected veins. Any condition or activity that exerts pressure on leg veins (e.g. weight gain, pregnancy and prolonged sitting or standing) can contribute to their development.

Although many spider veins in other parts of the body can often be removed by a process called sclerotherapy, spider veins on the face are usually too small to be treated effectively this way. In this case, laser broom vein removal is often the most effective treatment.

Acne or blemished skin

Acne or blemished skin is the most common skin problem in industrialized countries. It usually begins during puberty, in accordance with hormonal changes, and can persist into later adulthood, due to hormonal reasons, medication or sun exposure. Between 70% - 95% of people are affected to some extent by impure skin and 15-30% of them will use acne medication to relieve the symptoms.

I am always impressed by the laser and RF technology with new, innovative therapies that gave acne or impure skin a new perspective. I have studied many different therapies and offer you with my individual consultation exactly the one, which gives you relief of the symptoms.


The good news about scar treatment is that it can always be improved. Pigmented scars can be lightened, red and violet scars can be corrected, sunken scars can be increased, raised scars can be flattened and the grain structure improved. The reality is that it often takes several types of treatment to treat every aspect of the scar, and even with major improvements, scars will sometimes never completely disappear.