A common skin condition that affects most people at some point and causes spots, oily skin and sometimes skin that’s hot or painful to touch.
Also called ‘liver spots’ – are flat tan, brown or black spots. Usually appear on areas most exposed to the sun and are very common in adults age 50+.
Small bumps that form when a clog develops in the opening of hair follicles due to a combination of excess sebum and build-up dirt and dead skin cells.
Clusters of tiny wrinkles and lines that form around the outer corner of the eyes. It usually develop with age, starting in the mid-to-late-30s.
An uncomfortable condition marked by scaling, itching, and cracking. Some people have naturally dry skin however, even the oiliest skin can get dry at times.
Unwanted hair on men’s and women’s body and face. Laser treatment is available for all skin types and most hair types.
Wrinkles on the forehead are a natural, if unfortunate, caused by sun damage, repeated facial expressions and the general ageing process.
Ingrown hairs are hairs that have curled round and grown back into the skin. They produce raised red spots, which can sometimes become infected and turn into painful, pus-filled sores.
Creases that form at the sides of the mouth, caused by genetics, ageing and overexposure to the sun. They are more pronounced when you laugh – hence the name.
Also called spider veins, are tiny prominent veins just below the skin surface. They tend to branch and give a spidery sort of pattern and can occur anywhere on the body.
Nose to mouth lines or folds are one of the earliest signs of facial ageing that make a person feel that their face no longer looks fresh and young.
Shiny, thick and dull coloured skin. Often a chronically oily skin has coarse pores, blemishes and pimples and its prone to blackheads.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a condition in which a woman’s hormones are out of balance. It commonly produces symptoms such as excessive growth of facial or body hair.
It is a skin condition where patches of the skin turn into a darker shade of colour due to excessive presence of melanin, found on skin surface.
A very dry skin, which is prone to skin reactions such as pustules, skin bumps or skin erosion and has tendency towards blushing and skin flushing.
Spots occur when the pores on skin gets blocked and become infected by the normally harmless bacteria on the skin surface.
Unprotected repeated exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays will give you sun damage, often irreversible skin conditions.
As skin ages it loses its elasticity and becomes less supple – as a result, lips can lose their fullness.
Very fine veins that are often visible on the cheeks, nose and legs. They are very common and can be red, blue or purple in colour.
As we age our skin gets thinner, drier and less elastic. Our skin’s ability to protect itself from damage is also reduced and eventually wrinkles, creases and lines form on our skin.
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