For many patients preparing their skin for summer, they often reach out for their favourite exfoliation scrub. But what many don’t realise is that over-exfoliating can often cause more damage when the skin’s protective barriers are compromised.
We demystify the differences between active and non-active ingredients found in our skincare products and explain how you can find a suitable product that can address your particular skin issues.
Summer is almost upon us so preparing your skin for the long, hot season ahead is not only a smart move but it’s also vital. One of the best ways to kick of summer is with a medical-grade facial. Each facial is customised to the patient’s unique skin type and reactions hyperpigmentation, inflammation, acne and many more, and are also intended to optimise the health and natural glow of the skin.
Are you looking to add a powerhouse serum to your skincare regime? We give you the lowdown on retinol and the benefits this gold-standard ingredient provides.
Retinoic acid is the magic active ingredient that is prescribed to combat visible ageing at a cellular level, while over the counter retinol contains a lower concentration of retinoic acid but still achieves the same thing — but just more gradually. So what is right for you?
Getting expert advice on the right skincare regime is vital if you want to have your skin looking and feeling great. Let us reveal the most effective steps including a skin consultation with our senior dermal therapist, Michele Hetherington.
When our skin is in need of an extra boost, regular medical-grade facials will help maintain its suppleness, glow and overall health.
Stubborn double chin fat is a common problem as we age or gain weight, and can be difficult to get rid of. Yet these factors do not always serve as the primary culprit. Your poor posture or genetics may also play a role. In fact, anyone with a family history of having loose skin beneath the chin is more likely to develop a double chin.