5 most common skin concerns

Your skin is a very complex organ. It requires care and treatments to help keep it looking and feeling great from the inside out.

Many of us have skin concerns that impact our confidence and day to day lives. However, often there are accessible treatments that can help resolve these issues.

Here are the 5 most common skin concerns we see and how we can help you overcome them!

  1. Acne

Acne is the result of overactive sebaceous glands and excess skin cell production. This results in blackheads, whiteheads and cysts. However, not all acne is the same and treatments need to be tailored to your specific needs to achieve the best results. A combination of treatments and products will be recommended to you by our qualified team. These may include, laser, LED light therapy and microdermabrasion.

  1. Dark circles

Dark circles are most commonly formed under the eyes and can be caused by a variety of factors. These include genetics, poor sleep, sun exposure and natural ageing. You can brighten and rejuvenate your eyes with light-based treatments, exfoliation and stimulation treatments. A strong eye cream recommended by our qualified team will also help rejuvenate and restore the eye area.

  1. Wrinkles

Fine lines begin to occur due to dehydration and an uneven thickening of the dermis (a layer of tissue deep in our skin). Loss of fat in the face can also lead to wrinkling due to volume loss. Using a combination of skin tightening, collagen stimulation, and anti-wrinkle treatments will help your skin smooth out wrinkles and fine lines.

  1. Redness

Redness often starts with facial flushing. It then progresses to persistent colour, and sometimes thickening of the skin and visible capillaries. It can also lead to painful inflammation and/or raised red bumps. The good news is, with a treatment plan of Laser Excel V and LED light therapy, the redness will decrease and often be eliminated.

  1. Sun spots

One of the most common concerns is increased freckles and larger sun spots, otherwise known pigmentation. It most commonly occurs on the hands, neck, chest and face, as a result of overexposure to the sun. The good news is, pigmentation induced from sun exposure is relatively easy to lighten using a variety of treatments. This includes peels, intense pulsed light, laser and Fraxel®.

Book an appointment with our masters today to learn more about successful skin treatments and how they can help you master the artistry of you®.

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