Problems - Face

Active Acne
Acne is an upsetting skin condition that affects teenagers and adults alike. Disfiguring scars may appear if acne is left untreated, therefore early acne treatment is advisable. Acne can occur on the face, neck, chest, back, shoulders and even the upper arms.
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Dull skin
Your skin looks dull when dead skin cells build up on its surface,. These cells, which often pile up in uneven patches on your skin, create a barrier that blocks the skin-brightening effects of your blood vessels and can lead to rough, dull patches on your skin.
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Dark eye circles/Eye bags
Dark eye circles and eye bags are caused by a variety of factors such as bone structure, skin laxity, blood vessels as well as skin pigmentation. Treatment should be targeted towards the underlying cause.
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Scar/keloid management
A keloid scar is one in which there is overgrowth of dense fibrous tissue. This usually develops after the injury has healed. It extends beyond the borders of the original wound
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Acne Scars
Acne, especially if moderate to severe, can leave unsightly marks on the skin. Some will improve and even disappear with time. However, in some instances, depressed scars or keloid scars may stay.
It is important to have established satisfactory control of the acne, before we begin to treat acne scars.
Acne Scar treatment depends on the type of acne scars you may have.
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Wrinkles/Sagging skin
Most wrinkles are associated with ageing changes in skin. Ageing of the skin and related structures (hair and nails) is a natural process. Nothing can be done to decrease the rate of skin aging, but many environmental factors will increase the rate.
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Submental Fat Reduction (NEW!)
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Pigmentation/ Uneven Skin Tone
Overactive skin cells called melanocytes, which stimulate the production of melanin, the substance that gives your skin color, cause this common condition.
1) Sun exposure: When skin is repeatedly exposed to UV light, sun damage occurs. Brown spots appear as a result of too much melanin being produced to help protect skin from UV light.
2) Hormones: Melasma is hormone-related hyperpigmentation caused by increased hormone stimulation. It is most commonly experienced by women who are pregnant (which is why it’s also known as the “mask of pregnancy”) or taking contraceptives, but can also be a reaction to cosmetics or medications.
3) Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation: This is a darkening of skin that’s the result of scarring, which can be caused by acne lesions or skin injury.
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Moles/Milia removal
A mole (melanocytic naevus or melanonaevus, plural naevi) is a small, dark area of skin. Moles are usually circular or oval-shaped. They may be present at birth, but most appear later. They may change shape or colour over time and some may even drop off completely.
Moles are usually harmless but sometimes they can become cancerous.
Milia are benign condition that the sebaceous glands are overactive and therefore enlarge.
CO2 laser mole removal is used at our clinic to expertly remove certain moles and spots such as dilated oil glands called 'Sebaceous Hyperplasia
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