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The concerns you have about your skin will be unique to you, and what has helped one person with a similar issue may, or may not, not have the same effect on you!

Finding a treatment that will give the results you’re after can be confusing – but our expert clinicians are here to help.

We always work closely with our clients to understand their skin, and identify the perfect treatment, or treatment program, to give them the results they’re looking for.

Common Concerns

Scars

If you have acne scarring, you’re likely to have more than one of type of it. Each of these can be treated with varying degrees of success.

Moles

Moles occur when cells in the skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. These cells are called melanocytes, and they make the pigment that gives skin its natural colour.

Skin Tags

A skin tag is a small piece of soft, hanging skin that may have a peduncle or stalk. They can appear anywhere on the body, but especially where skin rubs against other skin or clothing.

Cellulite

Cellulite is caused by a buildup of fat underneath the skin. The amount of cellulite you have and how noticeable it is can be based on your genes, body fat percentage, and age.

Brow Lift

Aging typically causes the brows to move down. As skin and soft tissues lose elasticity, the distance between the eyebrows and eyelashes also shortens.

Hair Loss

People typically lose 50 to 100 hairs a day. This usually isn't noticeable because new hair is growing in at the same time. Hair loss occurs when new hair doesn't replace the hair that has fallen out.

Thinning or Uneven Lips

Thin lips can be completely natural but they can also be a sign of ageing. If you’ve noticed your lips getting thinner and losing their full, plump look, it’s probably as a result of a loss of collagen...

Facial Volume Loss

As we age, our skin’s collagen and elastin tend to decrease, leading to volume loss in face key areas such as cheekbones, the under-eye area, and cheeks.

Body Contouring

If you’re thinking about having surgery to tweak or tighten your tummy, thighs, arms, or buttocks, non-surgical and non-invasive body contouring is an option that can improve your shape.

Fat Reduction

A contoured body will help you feel less self-conscious and will help in regaining confidence.

Waist Reduction

Reducing your waist size can give you more energy and lessen your risk of certain health conditions, including heart disease and diabetes, and will definitely boost confidence.

Double Chin

The most common reasons why people tend to find themselves with a little extra padding under the chin are age, diet, weight, and genetics.

Saggy Cheeks

Saggy skin, on the face, is often associated with the loss of fat. The deterioration or reduction of collagen and elastin in the dermis is another cause of saggy cheeks.

Jowls

Jowls develop as the skin becomes less elastic with age because of elastin and collagen loss.

Fine Lines / Wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles are caused by the breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin. Collagen and elastin provide the support structure for skin, helping to keep it smooth and resilient.

Crows Feet

The skin around the eyes is considerably more delicate than elsewhere on the body. Loss of elastin and collagen, coupled with constant eyelid movement, rubbing of the eyes, or...

Smile Lines

Laugh lines are most commonly caused by the repetition of facial movements, including frowning, smiling, laughing, and any other facial expression.

Dark Skin Tone

Some of the most common forms of darkened skin are caused by sun damage, specifically from the ultraviolet rays of the sun. Darkening of the skin can also result from a hormonal change...

Melasma

It may be due to the malfunction of the melanocytes (the colour-making cells) in the skin, causing them to produce too much colour...

Uneven Skin Tone & Texture

A buildup of dead cells can make your skin’s texture uneven, which can contribute to making you look older. Uneven skin can be rough, bumpy, dry or dull looking...

Acne-Prone & Oily Skin

People with oily skin may be more prone to acne and breakouts. Oily skin creates too much sebum and may have a shiny look to it...

Sun Damage

When the skin fibres break down due to UV rays through sunlight, it begins to sag, stretch, and lose its ability to go back into place after stretching...

Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are a result of skin stretching and an increase of cortisone in your system. Cortisone is a hormone naturally produced by your adrenal glands.

Loose or Sagging Skin

Ageing is the most common cause of skin sagging. With age, your body loses collagen and elastin, which are responsible for making your skin firm and youthful.

Acne Scars

When acne breakouts penetrate the skin deeply, they damage the skin and the tissue beneath it. As the acne clears, the body tries to repair this damage...

Redness / Rosacea

The rosacea or redness on the skin is due to a disorder of the neurovascular system (nerves, veins, arteries) or the immune system. 

Pigmentation

Pigmentation is caused by an increase in melanin. A number of factors can trigger an increase in melanin production, but the main ones are sun exposure, hormonal influences...

Freckles

Freckles are developed as a result of genetics and sun exposure. The UV rays by the sun which when absorbed by the skin enhances the production of melanin pigment by cutaneous melanocytes...

Enlarged Pores

Large pores are caused by a variety of factors, most of which we can’t avoid. Mostly the root cause of your large pores can be oily skin, the natural ageing process, sun damage, or genetics...

Dry Lack-lustre Skin

Dry skin may suggest a compromised skin barrier and can happen on any part of the body, including the legs. Dry skin is caused by an impaired skin barrier and...

Dark Circles

People often think dark circles are due to tiredness or lack of sleep. Although this can be one cause, there are other reasons for dark under-eye circles, such as allergies...

Whiteheads / Blackheads

Blackheads and whiteheads are a type of acne vulgaris or hormonal acne which develop in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. The most common cause is oil gland overproduction...

Acne / Pimples

Your skin has tiny holes called pores that can become blocked by oil, bacteria, dead skin cells, and dirt. When this occurs, you may develop pimples. Acne is usually associated with hormonal...

Medical Conditions

Excess facial or body hair is often a symptom of an underlying medical problem. Symptoms besides the excessive hair growth can help determine if there’s a medical cause...

Ageing Skin

The natural ageing process plays a key role in the appearance of our skin over time but can be slowed down with the right treatments.

Unwanted Hair

If you have excessive hair on any part of your body, or you simply prefer to be silky-smooth, we have treatments that can help.