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Skin conditions can vary greatly in symptoms and severity.
They can be temporary or permanent and be painless or painful. Some have situational causes and others it may be genetic.
We recommend arranging a consultation with one of our trained technicians, who can tailor a treatment plan with you. Allow at least 30 minutes for the consultation and ask as many questions as you like… after all, this is your body, and your skin… you deserve the very best.
Book an appointment online with our booking system, to ensure you secure the most convenient time for you.
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Acne is a common skin condition that affects most people at some point. It causes comedones, oily skin, large pustules and papules and can be very red and sore.
Acne scarring occurs when deep trauma is inflicted on the skin during acne lesions. Picking or removing will cause damage to the tissue underneath.
Scars form when the dermis is damaged, the dermis is responsible for collagen and skin repaid. A scar is an area of fibrous tissue that replaces normal skin after injury.
Your body contains a pigment called melanin, which determines the colour of your skin, hair and eyes. When skin cells are healthy, the skin appears even. When they become damaged or unhealthy, extra melanin is produced to protect the skin.
Chronological aging is the natural aging process. The natural depletion of collagen causes the skin to become lax, wrinkles to form, and cause contours to drop and skin thinning.
Excess hair refers to unwanted facial or body hair. We all have hair on our bodies and face, however some people have more than others. Excess hair can be psychologically distressing and impact on your daily life.
Milia (the plural of ‘Milium’) are small yellow or white cysts, bumps or spots located on or under the skin. They are usually found around the eyes, nose and cheeks, however they can form anywhere on the face or body.