Acne Treatment:

Acne is a medical condition. As its complex and grades from Grade 1 – Grade 4, that means it needs an individual approach. No two cases are the same and therefore at FACE will never be managed the same. Acne is also a common condition that can be experienced in both men and women, and can develop at any age as a result of a number of environmental conditions such as stress, genetics, diet and hormonal changes.

At FACE we have a number of treatment options available from products and treatments to lifestyle choices to help restore your skin’s health. Reaching and restoring a healthy skin always starts with a Skin Consultation

Treatments used for Acne:
IPL / Skin Peels / Laser resurface / LED Light / Cosmeceutical Skin Care

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Acne Scarring:

Trauma to the skin can result in textural irregularities. Acne can cause scarring in the skin. Once your acne has cleared, you may find you have some pigmentation and scarring, which occurs in around one in five people.

There are treatments available at FACE to help you regain your confidence and live life without worrying about your skin. Acne scarring can be treated effectively with a range of innovative treatments which drastically reduce or can remove scars completely.

Our qualified Aestheticians will give you expert advice and support throughout your journey with us.

Treatments used for scarring:
Dermal Skin Needling / Fractional Laser Resurfacing / Skin Peels

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Acne Scarring Before - Face Aesthetic ClinicAcne Scarring After - Face Aesthetic Clinic

Ageing Hands:

The first signs of aging happen our hands. Our hands work all our lives. We rarely are protect our hands with gloves or SPFs. Therefore the aging process happens faster on our hands.

First step we recommend is to use your SPF on your hands daily and use a rich night cream. To improve the look and plumpness of the hands we can use IPL rejuvenation with excellent result. Turn back the hands of time on your hands.

Treatments used: IPL Rejuvenation

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Enlarged Pores Treatment:

Open pores is one of the most common concerns we hear daily. Firstly, pores are normal and essential component to our skin. Our skin is the largest organ in the body it has 5 primary functions that are so important to our whole body. One function is excretion- Sebaceous glands are outgrowths of hair follicles in the dermis. They secrete a lipid, sebum, to make the skin water-resistant.

Sebum is bactericidal but if the glands become blocked, this results in a blocked pore. Blocked pores will present in blackheads, white heads and pustules. Pores with no blockages are open pores, which again is a normal part of what the skin is made up of. They allow our skin to breath and get rid of waste and excess oil. Managed correctly they can be minimised and cause no aesthetic problems.

However, if overuse of wrong product, tape masks, over squeezing and using mental tools can damage the pores and leave them looking large, overly open and not aesthetically pleasing. We can treat both blocked and open pores but we can not 100% get rid of a pore, as its apart of the way the skin is made.

Treatments used:
Cosmeceutical Products / Skin Peels / Laser Resurfacing / Jetpeel

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Facial Veins & Redness

Facial thread veins are tiny blood vessels which run close to the surface of the skin. They look like thin red or occasionally purple or blue lines. They appear when blood vessels become enlarged which cause the veins to appear broken. The medical term for them is telangiectasia. There are a number of causes including overexposure to the sun, drastic changes in weather, excessive alcohol consumption, hormonal changes such as pregnancy, sudden changes in pressure such as severe vomiting or sneezing, or they may simply be genetic. People with rosacea often find they suffer from facial thread veins as the skin is red and flushed.

Treatments Uses:
IPL / Cosmeceuticals Products

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Pigmentation:

Your body contains a pigment called melanin, which determines the colour of your skin, hair and eyes. People with darker skin types tend to have more melanin in their skin cells than those with lighter skin – but imbalances and disorders of the skin can lead to inconsistent colouration, patterning and ‘blotches’. When skin cells are healthy, your skin will appear normal and even. However, when skin cells become damaged or unhealthy, extra melanin is produced to help protect your skin.
Common causes of hyperpigmentation are:over-exposure to the sun, genetics, hormonal changes, medical conditions and trauma to the skin (such as burns or as a result of spots and picking).

There are many different types of pigmentation on the face:

Melasma – A chronic skin condition which causes brown patches to appear on the face. It is more prevalent in women and those with darker skin types. It is believed to be linked to sun exposure and hormonal changes such as pregnancy.

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation – This is darkening of the skin caused by inflammation (e.g acne, eczema, psoriasis) or trauma to the skin (e.g burns, aesthetic procedures such as laser, chemical peels).

Freckles – Freckles appear as multiple, small, brown flecks on the skin, often present from a young age.

Lentigo/lentigines (age spots) – These are very common over the age of 40; presenting as flat, brown, well-defined patches on areas of sun-exposed skin, such as the hands, face and chest.

Treatments Used:
Chemical Peel / Skin Peels / Cosmeceutical Products / IPL  / Laser Skin Resurfacing

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