Enlarged Pores


There are two main factors that contribute to large pores: genetics and age. People who have skin that is naturally thick and oily tend to have larger pores. As people get older, too, sun damage and decreased skin elasticity can cause pores to dilate.

Pores are essential to your skin's health by providing oil to keep skin soft and hydrated. However, you don't necessarily want to be reminded of their existence every time you look in the mirror. Pores are more prominent when they are dilated, infected, or clogged with oil, making them appear larger than they really are. While it isn't possible to permanently "shrink" large pores, there are a number of ways to make them less noticeable. After your personal skin consultation I can recommend which treatment is right for you.

The appearance of large pores can be greatly reduced in a number of ways. For example, cleansing the pores of debris, excess oil, and bacteria will significantly reduce their prominence. This can be achieved by using a medical topical medication or face wash containing retinol or vitamin C. These antioxidants help the skin increase collagen and elastin production while simultaneously loosening dirt and oil from the pores.


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The passing of time and extrinsic factors, such as sun exposure, smoking, strict diet or stress, entail a number of deficiencies of fundamental substances in the skin.

Anti-ageing Facial Mesotherapy is a medical technique that consists of the introduction of active substances by means of several highly superficial micro-injections for the purpose of alleviating or preventing deficiencies in the skin.

These components consist to: Hyaluronic Acid (for skin re-moisturising), NCTC109 (for cell bio- revitalisation/skin tissue regenerator), Vitamin C (anti-oxidant and brightening action), DMAE (for elasticity and firmness), Organic Silicon (skin tissue regeneration) etch


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Sun Damage


Although most people love the warmth and light of the sun, too much sun exposure can significantly damage human skin. The sun's heat dries out areas of unprotected skin and depletes the skin's supply of natural lubricating oils. In addition, the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation can cause burning and long-term changes in the skin's structure.


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Hyperpigmentation refers to brownish patches that appear on the skin as a person ages or as a result of acne.

The condition can be worsened either sun damage or genetics. Sometimes known as "liver spots or Age Spots," these benign patches resemble large freckles and usually appear on the face, neck, hands, feet or legs.

Although they are not harmful, many people wish to have them removed for cosmetic reasons.

A cosmetic dermatologist can effectively remove or reduce the appearance of age spots on the skin.


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Skin Tightening


Thanks to modern facial skin care technology, the effects of ageing on the skin caused by heredity, lifestyle, and environmental factors no longer have to be accepted as permanent. Today there are many facial rejuvenation options for individuals who would like to reduce wrinkles and fine lines, treat volume loss, or tighten and rejuvenate the face to achieve a look that’s healthy and natural.

Facial rejuvenation is a cosmetic treatment (or series of cosmetic treatments), which aims to restore a youthful appearance to the face. The best results for skin rejuvenation and tightening are achieved when all causes of ageing are addressed. You simply cannot talk about rejuvenation if you are tanning and smoking with poor skincare and a proper diet is essential.


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Excessive Sweating


Excessive sweating (also known as Hyperhidrosis) is a very common problem, which affects many people.

The areas more often affected are armpits, forehead, hands and feet.

“Botox”, short for a naturally occurring, purified protein (Botulinum Toxin), presents a clinically proven and effective treatment, for reduction of excess sweating.

The protein injected, interferes with the nerve ending that supplies both muscles and sweat glands.

The results can make a big difference and have a huge impact to people’s life and confidence.


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Dry Skin


Your skin is your body's first line of defence against the elements and it is also affected by our age, our environment and how we feel. When ageing often caused by the sun, wind, and cold leave skin dry and patchy, don't hide it. Replenish and refresh it!

To get the kind of smooth, sleek skin you'll want to show off we offer a number of skin boosting treatments that will leave you feeling glowing and refreshed. Our medical professional skincare systems also allow you to prolong the results easily at home. We use a number of treatments to boost your skin including Restylane skin boosters, mesotherapy and PRP which give the best results when combined with pro skincare.


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