Browsing Category Skin Problems

What To Do When Your Skin Reacts To A Product

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

It can be difficult to know what to do when your skin has an unexpected reaction to a product. Whether it’s a brand new product you’ve never used before, or an old faithful that your skin has all of a sudden decided it doesn’t like, we’ve got the top tips you should follow if you ...

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Brand New For 2020: Introducing HydraFacial

Thursday, January 23, 2020

We bought our first HydraFacial machine around eight years ago, and if we are being brutally honest, we weren’t really blown away with the technology. It was OK and a nice treatment, but didn’t really give us the results we were looking for at the time. We persevered, but the treatment fell by the wayside ...

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What Is Nano Plasma?

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Are you suffering with lumps, bumps or tags on your face or body? You might not be sure what they are, your GP might not be able to treat them, or the waiting list may simply be too long. Unsightly skin blemishes such as skin tags, warts and other lumps and bumps are very common ...

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Get Party-Ready Legs with Microsclerotherapy

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Ditch the 200 Denier tights and embrace your barelegged beauty this festive season! There may be a few reasons why you are covering up your legs this Christmas, it could be because you’ve retired your razor for the remainder of 2019 or, like many of our patients, you could be suffering with spider veins. Whilst we ...

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Pigmentation Series: Me Line

Thursday, November 14, 2019

The range of Me Line treatments is the first pigmentation removal system in the world that works on specific types of pigmentation and can be used to treat most skin types, on both the face and body. This proven stable formulation has clinical studies to back up the results: Excellent results in 95% of hyperpigmentation cases ...

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Pigmentation Series: Mesoestetic Tran3x & Microneedling

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Pigmentation - whether is has been induced hormonally with skin conditions such as melasma and chloasma or acquired post-injury or trauma, often post-acne - is one of the most difficult skin disorders to treat. There are some amazing depigmentation systems available but they often involve significant downtime, which not everyone has the time or inclination to ...

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