Skin Concerns


Over 80% of us experience acne at some point in our lives, either as adolescents or adults. Acne often develops during teenage years or during a woman’s period due to hormones.
  • Hormones
  • Genetics
  • Inappropriate skincare and makeup
  • Stress
  • Poor Sleep
  • Certain Medications 
  • Cigarette Smoking
  • Your follicles produce too much oil
  • Dead skin cells accumulate in your pores
  • Bacteria build up in your pores
  • Blackheads 
  • Whiteheads
  • Papules
  • Pustules
  • Nodules
  • Hydropeel Treatment


Younger customers often encounter pores as they grow and become more visible during the adolescent years. Despite this, many adults continue to deal with them for the rest of their lives.

Yes, they are connected. Pores appear in adolescence and with them oil. Both are generally more significant in males than females as they are linked to hormones such as testosterone that occur at much higher levels in males. Pores are openings in the skin that allow hair follicles to reach the surface. The hair follicle brings oil to the surface and enlarged pores are often associated with acne.

  • Skinsaver Cyro Hammer


Areas that have darkened or discoloured appearance that can be manifest as acne scars caused by post inflammatory pigmentation, sunspots and melasma.
  • Sun exposure
  • Hormones
  • Perfume
  • Genetics

Melasma occurs when the skin’s pigment cells produced too much melanin, which corresponds to a patch appearance on our skin.

Sun exposure, aging, hormone fluctuations, and the environment can all contribute to skin discoloration.

  • DPL Facial
  • Omega Light Treatment


As we age, our skin loses elasticity, wrinkles and dark spots will appear. The best time to focus on anti-aging skincare is before you begin to notice the signs! Prevention is better than cure.
  • Sun Exposure
  • Age 
  • Sleep 
  • Dietary Habits
  • Emotional Well-Being
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol Consumption
  • Certain Medications

As we age, we stop producing elastin, which determines the amount of elastin in our skin.

Our bodies are not able to produce elastin, but we can manufacture collagen, which is similar and mimics the youthful appearance of the skin.

  • Ultrasound Hydration
  • Bojin Facial


If you’re experiencing skin sag you can blame it on gravity, the fact we age, genetics and time spent in the sun. This happen because our collagen and elastin production slows down.
  • Stubborn fat under the skin, called subcutaneous fat, can make skin appear loose. 
  • UV exposure, which damages collagen and elastin.
  • Smoking or use of tobacco products as these toxins hasten sagging skin.
  • Bojin Facial
  • GuaSha 
  • MRF Facial Treatment

What Skin Types Do You Have?


Normal skin is super rare. It means your skin is in complete balance. And just as it is rare, it is also elusive. In order to keep it that way, you must treat it that way.


The appearance of dry, cracked, or visible flaky skin indicate that your skin is not functioning correctly or isn't 'normal'. When you have dry skin, you will always be able to tell because of the feeling and the appearance.


Having an 'oily' skin type is the result of excess sebum production.  When treating oily skin, you need to be careful not to strip away the good with the bad.


Combination skin consists of oily and dry skin at the same time. Combination skin occurs in a variety of ways, but the most common is dryness over the entire face with oily areas occurring where larger pores are present, such as the forehead, inner cheeks, nose, and chin.

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