If you´re looking for the best, award winning laser treatment for your skin, you have found it!

Welcome to my website!

Skin health is one of the most important things when you live on Costa del Sol. The sunny weather can damage the skin, the beaches, the pools give ideal environment for fungal, viral or bacterial infections.

As a skin specialist doctor I am working to treat or protect the skin from these impacts on Costa del Sol. I have nine years experience in dermatology, including NHS experience in the UK and currently working since 2010 as a fully registered dermatologist doctor with registration number 29/29/10330 in Malaga. I’m multilingual, speaking English, Spanish, Hungarian and German. When you’re dealing with your health it is important to understand each other properly.

I treat a multitude of skin problems and conditions including acne, rosacea, skin infections, herpes, warts, skin tags, sexually transmitted diseases – prevention, diagnosis, treatment and advice – as well as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, allergies, benign and malignant lesions of the skin, patches on the skin, diseases of the scalp and nail problems.

Medical peels have also become very popular and these are the best way to turn back time and make your skin look young, natural and healthy. This treatment produces accelerated skin cell renovation with different final results including a cleaning effect, skin nutrition, anti-ageing effects, antiseborrhoeic effect, depigmentation, antiacneic effect and action against scars. This is a minimally invasive option to maintain healthy skin and fight the signs of ageing.

With me, patients can expect honesty and the highest possible quality skin care.

Dr. Eva Adrienn Hajnal

Treatment Methods


to check the moles or other benign or malignant lesions on the skin

Topical treatment

creams, solutions, ointments


application of very cold liquid nitrogen on the skin. Used to treat viral warts, seborroeic keratoses, actinic keratoses (an area of sun damaged skin found predominantly on sun-exposed parts of the body), and other benign skin lesions. Occasionally used to treat small skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma or Bowen’s disease.

Skin biopsy

Invasive procedure (with local anaesthesia) to take a sample to analyse it under the microscope for diagnosis.


Equipment used with local anaesthesia to coagulate, to cut or take out a piece of skin. (skin tags, viral warts, other benign skin lesions)

Systemic treatment

(capsules, tablets etc.)

Skin renewal chemical peels

see under medical peels