CONDITIONS

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ACNE

What is Acne?

Acne is a common condition of the skin, usually with the appearance of blackheads and whiteheads (otherwise known as comedones) and pustules (pus-filled spots).

Acne usually starts during puberty, and varies in severity from just a few spots to a more significant problem which may lead to scarring as well as having negative impact on self-confidence. In most people, acne tends to resolve by late teens / early twenties, but can persist for longer in some people. 

Acne - Causes & Risk Factors

Acne occurs when the pores become clogged with dead skin, oil, bacteria, and debris. 

Main risk factors include hormonal changes or a hormonal imbalance, diet, and medication. Acne can also be a hereditary condition.

There are several different types of acne, which means a personalised treatment plan is extremely important. We highly recommend you book a consultation to diagnose which type of acne you have, and create a treatment plan for you and your skin.

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Acne Treatments

Acne treatments depend on the type and severity, and may include at-home care such as Clinziderm, Microneedling (with or without botox), Facials, Peels, and / or Medication (either over-the-counter (OTC) or prescribed oral and / or topical antibiotics). 

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AGE SPOTS

What are Age Spots?

Age spots, also referred to as brown spots, liver spots, sun spots, or lentigos are flat patches of pigmented (coloured) skin. They tend to appear in those aged over 40 years, but can occur much earlier in those who spend a lot of time in the sun. Age spots are harmless, although they can appear very ageing as they disrupt the 'even' tone naturally present in younger, undamaged skin.

Age Spots / Hyper-pigmentation - Treatment Options

Age spots / hyperpigmentation respond very well to a course of Chemical Peels  as this helps to resurface the top layers of the skin, revealing a softer, more even toned, smoother skin.  

Medical grade skincare products - such as OBAGI Nu-Derm (homeware transformation system), and / or in-clinic treatments such as Chemical Peels can help to reduce the discolouration, brightening the skin. 

There are several different types of acne, which means a personalised treatment plan is extremely important. We highly recommend you book a consultation to diagnose which type of acne you have, and create a treatment plan for you and your skin.

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Acne Treatments

Acne treatments depend on the type and severity, and may include at-home care such as Clinziderm, Microneedling (with or without botox), Facials, Peels, and / or Medication (either over-the-counter (OTC) or prescribed oral and / or topical antibiotics).