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Acne and acne scarring

Acne has a very high prevalence of almost 90% among adolescents and persists into adulthood in approximately 15% of cases with psychological and social implications of high gravity.

Ageing skin

Skin ageing is an irreversible process best described by the appearance of wrinkles, loss of elasticity, laxity and an uneven and rough texture. While endogenous factors can be impossible to control like genetics​

Melasma

Melasma is unwanted pigmentation on the skin that develops as a result of pregnancy, birth control pills in conjunction with sun exposure and most commonly seen in women.​

Rosacea​

Rosacea is a skin disorder that causes redness on the nose, chin, cheeks, and forehead and flushing. If it not treated, the redness may become more intense and spots can appear.​

Stretch marks

Acne has a very high prevalence of almost 90% among adolescents and persists into adulthood in approximately 15% of cases with psychological and social implications of high gravity.

Cellulite​

Cellulite is characterized by a dimpling or “orange peel” appearance of the skin caused by fat beneath the skin that is pushed against collagen fibres that is most commonly seen on the thighs.