Kalafhi Medical launches Renewal Aesthetics

Kalafhi Medical Team
Kalafhi Medical Team

Local healthcare company, Kalafhi Medical Centre has entered the skin care health with the launch of skin products, Renewal Aesthetics.

Kalafhi Medical Centre started the product in May and Renewal Aesthetics provide cosmetic treatments that deal with acne conditions, acne scars, dark marks, sun damage, pigmentation and anti-aging amongst others. Renewal Aesthetics by Kalafhi Medical Centre also offers a variety of services that include chemical peels, micro-needling, skin tag while lipolysis injection are also on offer.

Speaking at the just ended 2022 Botswana Consumer Fair, Kalafhi Medical Centre sales and marketing manager, Mitchell Wright said Renewal Aesthetics has recently added botox injection, primarily used for the ability to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles. In the new services there is also thread lifting for saggy skins. “We do not only offer the treatment but we also offer products as well that helps deal with certain skin conditions, we have treatment packages that helps with acne.

There are also serums that help reduce blemishes, we have one that helps with your pigmentation and sun screen amongst a whole range of products and services,” Wright said.

Renewal Aesthetics at the Consumer Fair offered consumers a chance to get 30% discount in products and services.

The consumers only had to visit a take and a photo to stand a chance to get a free skin assessment. “We have also offer consultation for tour skin problem and that is also covered by medical aid. During the consumer fair period we were also offering discount on our treatment. You can visit our pages on social media and see the range of products and services we have,” Wright. Renewal Aesthetics products and services are found in Extension 5 in Gaborone at a relatively low price as low as P120.

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