Your face is the first thing most people will notice about you. It’s an important part of who you are. And, you want to take care of it. Learn more about common facial concerns, including how to treat them and what services may be helpful.
Acne & Acne Scars
Acne is a skin condition that occurs when hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. It causes whiteheads, blackheads, or pimples. Acne scars form after deep, inflammatory infections in the pores that don’t heal well.
Rosacea is the repetitive or permanent formation of redness and irritation on the skin. This condition can also sometimes give the skin a dry appearance or feel.
Loose skin is caused by collagen loss and overexposure to the sun. In some cases, loose skin can be the result of various lifestyle changes, including weight loss and/or pregnancy.
Wrinkles & Fine Lines
Wrinkles and fine lines are a common concern for many clients. These concerns can start at nearly any age and tend to increase as a person gets older.
Melasma & Hyperpigmentation
Both melasma and hyperpigmentation are characterized by excessive pigment depositions in the skin. They appear as splotchy light or dark discolourations on the face, generally appearing in the area of the upper cheeks, forehead, and jawline.
Facial Veins & Broken Capillaries
Broken capillaries on the face are enlarged blood vessels that result in the red, web-shaped appearance that gives them their common name: facial veins.
As you get older, your skin becomes thinner. The dark blood vessels beneath your skin become more visible, causing the area below your eyes to darken.
Too much sun causes some areas of your skin to appear darker, while other parts may look lighter. This is caused by the damage done by the sun to the fibres in your skin.
Age spots, which are sometimes called liver spots, brown spots, or red spots, happen after exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light.