As effect of natural ageing, sunlight exposure & certain genetic problems, the facial skin tends to sag as your age advances. Facial resurfacing helps you counteract those ill effects of ageing providing you more youthful looks.

Various methods available with us for facial resurfacing are:

  • Chemical Peeling

    Microdermabrasion the superficial layer of skin is removed surgically in a controlled manner under suitable anaesthesia. The new skin which grows has more even surface and is tightened. The indications & other instructions are similar as for chemical peeling
    Laser Skin Resurfacing

  • Botulinum Toxin

    Prior to procedure, Dr. Nerkar and you will discuss the goals for facial improvement. After determining the appropriate procedure, we will fully describe the procedure, what results to expect and the costs. The skin is usually pretreated prior to surgery to improve the healing time.


A common skin growth that looks like a small pieve of hanging skin, often describe as bits of skin- or flesh-coloured tissue that project from the surrounding skin from a small, narrow stalk. They typically occur on the neck, underarms, eyelids, and under the breasts. They are harmless and do no become cancerous or malignant. Skin tags are usually inherited.

At Nu Bloom Esthetics, we’ve performed hundreds of skin tag removals with excellent results. The treatment involves cauterising the base of the skin tage to close the blood supply to the growth. This procedure is well suited to treating small or large skin tags because it accelerates healing with minimal pain and damage to the skin. The scab just drops off over a few days, and you can carry on your day normally after treatment. Skin tags are completely removed with one treatment.


Most moles are harmless, but certain moles should be examined and removed if malignancy is suspected as they can be life-threatening. The ones to watch closely and to show your doctor are those which change in any way – in size, shape or color, or any mole that itches, bleeds or hurts. Any change in a mole or any new mole which appears to be growing may be a sign of malignancy. Many moles, however, are not of any medical concern but rather are a cosmetic concern. These moles are usually raised, leading to a contour deformity as well as possibly being pigmented.

Warts are rough patches of skin that are usually caused by a viral infection. Most warts can be treated with electrosurgery or radiofrequency instruments.