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Skin Conditions

Acne / Acne Scarring

Acne is a common skin condition typically affecting teenagers and young adults. Acne is usually caused by an increase in androgens, which occurs during puberty.

Beard Bump - Ingrown hairs

Ingrown hairs are inflamed hair shafts (sometimes the pore is filled with pus) caused by a hair follicle grows back under the skin (ingrown hair).

Black Skin Rejuvenation

A laser facial uses a 1065 nanometer wavelength, which is safe for darker skin tones. These facials help stimulate collagen growth and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Centimeter Loss

Despite weight-loss, you might not seem to get rid of figure defects like “saddlebag thighs” or “banana bulges” or flabby skin.

Clogged / Enlarged pores

Enlarged pores are Facial pores, which appear large and unrefined. Clogged pores build up debris and oil causing breakouts.

Crepey Skin

Crepey skin is thin and looks finely wrinkled like crepe paper. It may also sag or feel loose. Skin feels noticeably more fragile and thin.

Dark Eye Circles

Dark Eye Circles are discolouration below the eye that has a hollow appearance. Lack of sleep, poor diet, stress and genetics can cause the walls of the blood capillaries to weaken in the eyes,

Dark Skin

Uneven skin color and discolored skin patches also commonly develop in a certain part of the body.

Double Chin

Double Chins are a layer of subcutaneous fat around the neck that sags down and creates a wrinkle, making the owner appear to have a second chin.

Dry / Dehydrated / Dull Skin

The skin cells appear dead and the external appearance may be rough. This is commonly caused by environmental factors such as sun exposure, pollutants and unhealthy habits such as smoking.

Eye Bags

The appearance of swelling “puffiness” in the tissues around the eyes, and is almost exclusively caused by fluid build-up.

Face Lift (Non-surgical)

If you are looking for alternative to invasive surgery with less risks, recovery and downtime; this would be the right solution for you.

Freckles / Sunspots

Brown spots normally associated with the effects of sun exposure.

Ingrown Hair (Folliculitis)

This is where hair curls back or grows sideways into the skin. The ingrown hair condition is seen primarily in curly hair.

Large Pores

There are a number of contributing factors including; genetic predisposition, oily skin, ageing skin and hormonal

Lax Skin

When we age we lose collagen and the skin has far less elasticity resulting in excess or lax skin.

Lifting and Firming Skin

Lifting and Firming: Using various modalities for tightening and lifting i.e. Fraxel, Thermage and Ulthera, Fractional CO2.

Pigmentation

Pigmentation: is the darkening of an area of skin caused by increased melanin often due to injury or hormone imbalance.

Red Facial Veins

These are small dilated blood vessels found near the surface of the skin or mucous membranes, measuring between 0.5 and 1 millimetre in diameter.

Rosacea

It is a skin condition that affects parts of the face. Symptoms can include facial flushing, facial redness, spots, thickening of the skin.

Sagging Brow

Sagging Brow occurs when facial muscles lose their tone and elasticity.

Scarring

A scar results from the biological process of wound repair in skin. Keloids are firm rubbery lesions or shiny fibrous nodules.

Skin Texture & Tone

Skin on the face and body that has lost elasticity or tone, appears red, blemished or pigmented, dull, dehydrated, sun damaged and wrinkled.

Thin Skin

Consultation and assessment will take place to develop an appropriate treatment course.

Veins (leg and facial veins)

Veins caused by broken capillaries or vein membranes. A condition usually associated with standing long periods, surgery, genetics or poor circulation.

Volume Loss

As facial volume diminishes, the skin will have acquired lines or wrinkles due to collagen and facial fat depletion.

Wrinkles / Lines

It is a fold, ridge or crease in the skin. As we age, collagen in the skin breaks down resulting in wrinkles and sagging skin.

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