Enzymatic Resurfacing uses new generation enzymes as a natural alternative to chemical products. Kaya Enzymatic Resurfacing makes use of active ingredients that recognise the skin’s needs and acts when required. It is a minimally invasive procedure that provides treatment for fat reduction, skin firming and rejuvenation. With Enzymatic Resurfacing you can experience a reduction in scars, fat and cellulite.

Since enzymatic resurfacing uses enzymes suited to your skin type, the end results are a refined, refreshed and revitalised skin tone. Studies have shown the procedure to increases skin smoothness by up to 32% after just one treatment. Enzymatic Resurfacing targets multiple skin concerns like

  • Atrophic Acne scars
  • Fibrotic Acne scars
  • Cellulite with fat
  • Fibrotic cellulite dimples
  • Scars/Keloids
  • Localised fat
  • Double chin

Enzymatic resurfacing works by leveraging serums through an injection. There are three types of serums used in enzymatic resurfacing. The type of serums to be used either individually or in combination and the depth of injection will depend on the skin concern and area to be addressed. The procedure will be done under topical anaesthesia.


You might feel a burning sensation, redness, edema, swelling or slight bruising immediately after the session. These side effects will disappear within 4–72 hrs. For best results, you will need a minimum of 3–5 treatments in 2–4-week intervals.

Enzymatic Resurfacing when clubbed with other Kaya Solutions like Micro-Needling RF, Micro-Needling/DP, PRP Ante-Age Cell Activation, NdYag Photo Rejuvenation, Subcision or Skin Boosters helps clear acne scars and keloid. When combined with treatments like Venus Legacy / RF, Vela Shape / RF or Body Wraps / PT, it helps reduce cellulite and localised fat.

Enzymatic Resurfacing does not require any special pre-treatment. However, it is not suitable in case you have any of the following conditions

  • Autoimmune disease/immunosuppression
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Asthma
  • Recent allergic reaction
  • Vascular/coagulation problems
  • Pregnancy/breastfeeding
  • Infections
  • Sunburns
  • Cutaneous hypersensitivity
  • Place an ice pack on the treated area right after your procedure to reduce bruising and swelling. Use anti-inflammatories and painkillers, if required.
  • Use a clean pillowcase to sleep on following your procedure.
  • Avoid makeup for a few days post-treatment. Also, clean your makeup brushes and anything else that will come into contact with your face.
  • Avoid strenuous exercise or sweating for 24 hours due to the pores being open.
  • Avoid sun exposure for 48 hours

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