Conditions

Everyone has skin concerns. But there’s no reason to let them hold you back from being who you want to be. It’s possible to address many of them using the latest treatments and technologies.

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  • Acne

    It’s not just teenagers who suffer from acne. Good news: we have treatments that can help you.

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    Acne is associated with overactive sebaceous glands, which produce oil within the skin. Outbreaks can be mild or severe, depending on what’s happening inside the pore and if bacteria called Propionibacterium acnes are present. Severe acne can lead to acne scarring.

    Symptons
    • red inflamed breakouts
    • pus-filled pimples, blackheads and whiteheads
    • underlying congestion
    • oiliness
    • dehydration
    • irritation, tightness and flakiness
    • acne scarring
    • post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation
    • enlarged pores
    • pitted scarring
  • Aged skin

    As we get older, our skin changes. But it is possible to rejuvenate it.

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    Mature and prematurely aged skin becomes visible as collagen and elastin reserves decline and collapse and lines and wrinkles form. Cells also renew more slowly as we age. Over time, the skin can take on a dull, uneven complexion and rough dry texture.

    Symptoms
    • lines, wrinkles and crepiness
    • loss of firmness and elasticity
    • laxity
    • dullness
    • dryness
    • blotchiness
    • redness
    • dilated capillaries
    • hyper pigmentation
    • uneven skin tone
    • open pores
    • rough texture
  • Lines and wrinkles, loss of firmness and elasticity

    Everyone ages – but we can still look our best.

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    Collagen and elastin are the skin’s primary support proteins and they give our skin contour, fullness and elasticity. Over time, they break down naturally. The thin, delicate eye area is the first to show the signs, which spread to the cheeks, mouth and jaw line. The result is jowls, lines, wrinkles and loss of firmness.

    Symptoms
    • fine lines
    • superficial lines
    • deep lines
    • fine/thin skin
    • crepiness
    • laxness
    • open pores
  • Dehydrated skin

    Bringing hydration back to parched skin is a big part of our work.

    Dehydrated skin lacks water within its top layer. Dehydration can affect anyone at any stage and at any age. Internal and external influences can cause dehydration to fluctuate and recur.

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    Symptoms
    • tightness
    • very fine lines
    • rough texture
    • dull complexion
    • occasional oiliness and blackheads
  • Dry skin

    If your skin is dry, there are ways we can bring the moisture back.

    Dry skin lacks oil within the skin. It can be genetic. It’s also influenced by internal factors such as stress, the natural ageing process and diet. External factors also play a part – everything from prolonged sun exposure and wind to chemicals in the environment. Sometimes the products you’re using can make things worse.

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    Symptoms
    • tightness
    • dehydration
    • fine lines
    • lacks vitality
    • flakiness
    • roughness
  • Sensitive or sensitised skin

    Reactive skin can be coaxed back to health with some care and commitment.

    Sensitised skin can be caused by genetic predisposition, stress, hormones, medication or low water intake. It can also be brought on by environmental factors, sun exposure, incorrect product usage and long flights.

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    Symptoms
    • redness
    • inflammation
    • dilated capillaries
    • excess warmth
    • dryness
    • itchiness
    • stinging
    • rough texture
    • sensitivity to heat, products and friction
    • can be associated with itchy eyes, sinus and allergies
    Treatments that can help
  • Sun-damaged skin

    It’s hard to stay out of the sun in our climate – thankfully it’s now possible to undo some of the damage.

    Sun exposure is responsible for accelerating the ageing process, which can result in premature ageing. Ultraviolet light (UV) damages the skin’s natural anti-ageing reservoir, depleting the skin of vitamins, essential fatty acids and key proteins, such as collagen and elastin, leading to lines and wrinkles. Coupled with the natural signs of ageing and a slower cell renewal the skin’s appearance can suffer.

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    Symptoms
    • dryness
    • dullness
    • uneven skin tone/texture
    • hyper pigmentation
    • dark brown patches
    • rough/thickened skin
    • loss of volume and firmness
    • lines
    • wrinkles
    • open pores
    • dilated capillaries
  • Broken capillaries and vascular conditions

    Fine capillaries don’t have to mar your complexion – they can be treated.

    Dilated and broken capillaries can appear on your cheeks, nose or chin – or on the legs as spider veins. As collagen weakens with age it provides less support to capillary walls, which widen and narrow, causing tearing and inflammation that can be seen at the surface of your skin. Many factors can contribute to this process, including environmental assaults, excessive UV exposure, genetic predisposition, trauma to the area and incorrect product usage.

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    Symptoms
    • spider veins
    • fine reddish, bluish veins in the face
  • Pigmentation or uneven skin tone

    You don’t have to put up with blotchy or discoloured skin.

    Many people experience uneven skin tone with discolouration and blotchiness within and on the surface of the skin. It can appear all over the face or in isolated areas. Exposure to ultraviolet light is the number one cause of pigmentation but it can also be triggered by hormones, stress and medication. Trauma, fragrance, using the wrong products and exposure to environmental chemicals can also influence it.

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    Symptoms
    • sunspots
    • freckles
    • light or dark brown patches
    • white patches
    • pinkish brown spots
  • Unwanted hair

    Hair is a natural part of life – but you’re not alone in wanting to tame it.

    Our bodies are covered in follicles that produce thick terminal and fine vellus hair. Though colour, thickness and density are determined by your genes, they may also be influenced by hormones and medications.

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    Symptoms
    • excessive hair growth
    • normal hair growth that you desire to control
    Treatments that can help

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