Acne is caused by an overproduction of sebum (an oily substance secreted by glands found in the hair follicle). Bacteria build-up and this can result in a breakout. Acne can be triggered by hormonal changes, stress, make-up, diet and medication.

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Acne scars

Acne scarring is, unfortunately, a very common condition for those that have suffered from severe and aggressive acne.


Ageing decolletage

The décolletage is a woman’s cleavage area, as revealed by a low neckline on a dress or top.

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Ageing hands

As our hand’s age and lose their natural plumpness, they often become wrinkled, have more prominent veins and sometimes gain age spots.


Ageing neck

Our Aesthetic Treatments will improve the appearance and health of the skin around the neck and jaw, reducing the appearance of sagging and other visible signs of ageing caused by loss of volume, sun damage, pollution and gravity.

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Body fat

As we age our fat distribution alters and accumulates high on the stomach, making a flat tummy seem like a distant thing of the past.

Conditions 28 Cellulite


Cellulite is a common condition in which the skin appears dimpled and bumpy.

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Crows feet

It is likely that you will have heard the term “crow’s feet” before in reference to skincare and ageing skin.

Conditions 2 dry


So many of our clients seek expert help for their dull, dry skin issues that they just can’t seem to take control on their own.

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Enlarged pores

Enlarged pores are an extremely common skincare concern for many patients, occurring as a result of excess oil production within the skin.

Conditions 30 sweating

Excessive sweating

Excessive sweating, medically known as “hyperhidrosis”, is a condition in which the nerves that are responsible for operating the sweat glands become overactive, thus resulting in dramatically increased perspiration.

Conditions 33 asymmetry

Facial asymmetry

Complete facial symmetry is not something any of us naturally possess, but sometimes our facial asymmetry may be more obvious, and in some cases may not only be personal but will also be noticeable to those you encounter.

Conditions 7 lines and wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles

The ageing process is one that most of us dread and one that is simply unavoidable. The harsh truth is that your skin will become inevitably weaker over time, causing a crepey or wrinkled effect.


Flattened or sunken cheeks

From adolescence, through to younger adulthood, our cheeks appear ‘rounded’ due to the full fat pads present under the skin.

Conditions 22 Fungal nail

Fungal nail

Fungi itself is commonly found in the body just like bacteria, but excess fungi on or inside the nail bed can result in an infection, and signs of this infection can include the discolouration of the nail, or a change in texture as it becomes brittle.


Hair loss

Hair loss is a very common, natural process that often occurs as part of the ageing process, although there are other conditions with symptoms of hair loss.

Conditions 11 Jowls


‘Jowls’ is the term given to the sagging skin below the jawline and chin. The appearance of jowls can significantly alter the face shape so that it appears square and less youthful.

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Lip lines

Lip lines, also known as ‘lipstick lines’, are the result of collagen and elastin loss from the skin around the mouth.

Conditions 14 loose skin

Loose Skin

So many of our clients seek expert help for their dull, dry skin issues that they just can’t seem to take control on their own.


Loss of volume

Volume loss is yet another unavoidable aspect of the natural ageing process, and one that can have many knock-on effects for your skin. Over time, a breakdown in collagen, elastin and fat can lead to volume loss, as can various behavioural, environmental or hereditary factors.



Melasma (also known as Chloasma or the mask of pregnancy) appears as brown patches on the face, commonly on the cheeks, bridge of the nose, forehead, upper lip and chin.

Conditions 26 milia


Milia, are small, hard white bumps caused by the trapping of dead skin cells close to the skin’s surface.

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Pigmentation, Sun Damage

Pigmentation (also known as sun spots) can be a result of numerous factors such as age or sun exposure and can often be difficult to treat.


Puffy eyes

“Puffy eyes” is another term used to describe swelling around the eyelids and can occur due to the gathering of excessive fluids in the surrounding skin tissue.

conditions 4 Rosacea


There are various forms that Rosacea can take, whether that is redness, blushing, pustules, small visible blood vessels, raised spots and lumps.

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Scars naturally form as a result of trauma to the skin, possibly following surgery, an injury, acne, or a burn.

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Skin tags

Skin tags are harmless lesions that are found on the skin and made up of blood vessels and collagen.


Stretch marks

Although stretch marks are not usually a medical concern for patients, they can be unsightly and cause us to feel less confident within our own bodies.

Conditions 35 Teenager

Teenage skin

As we enter the teenage years, our skin undergoes vast changes due to a fluctuation in hormone levels in both males and females.

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Asymmetric or thin lips are caused due to the underdevelopment of one or both lips resulting in an uneven, thinned appearance.

Conditions 3 thread veins

Thread Veins

Thread veins, spider veins or broken capillaries are tiny, thin blood vessels that lie close to the surface of the skin and look red or sometimes purple.

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Unwanted hair

Unwanted or increased hair growth can sometimes appear due to hormonal conditions causing the growth of more hair in certain places than we might desire.

conditions 24 verrucas


Verrucas, sometimes referred to as ‘plantar warts’, are warts that develop on the soles of the feet, often when a virus enters the skin through a breakage.

conditions 23 warts


A wart is a growth that appears on the body due to the infection of viruses from the HPV family (human papillomavirus).

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