Everyone wants gorgeous, glowy, clear skin. Having a clear skin complexion that is smooth, firm and radiant boosts our self-confidence and our attractiveness.
It is possible for everyone to improve their skin complexion and we have a wide range of treatments and skin care products that help ageing, acne, rosacea and sun damaged skins.
Start with a skin analysis
In the quest for a healthy skin complexion - knowledge is an invaluable tool. Which is why we recommend you start with a skin analysis that provides an in depth understanding of how well your skin is working and how you can improve it.
Improve your skin concerns
Find out how we can help improve the following skin concerns:
Sun damage skin
Reduce the appearance of pigmentation, melasma, age spots & freckles for a clear, even skin tone.
Your tattoo doesn't have to be for life. Whatever your reason for wanting to remove it - we can help.
Five golden rules to healthy skin
These simply rules form the foundation of every good skin care regime:
1. Exfoliate your skin
Sad but true, cell turnover starts to slow down after you reach 30, which can leave your skin dull, so it's key to exfoliate regularly. Get regular skin peels and medi-facials to maintain vibrant, glowing smooth skin.
2. Use sun protection
Sun damage plays the greatest role in the appearance of ageing as it directly leads to freckles, sun spots, pigmentation and wrinkles.
This doesn't mean you can't have fun in the sun, but always wear sun protection - we recommend Heliocare because of its advanced protection. Using self-tan products is a terrific way to top up that sun kissed look, but never use sunbeds.
Don't totally avoid the sun, as it plays an important role in helping your body create Vitamin D, which is essential in keeping you healthy and in a positive frame of mind.
3. ACE your skin care
The quality of what you put on your skin makes a huge difference. Use skin care that contains stable forms of Vitamin A, C and E. When used correctly Vitamin A helps build collagen to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles. Vitamin C helps to reduce skin pigmentation and Vitamin E helps protect your skin from free radical damage.
4. Feed your skin
Healthy skin starts from the inside out. Eat foods rich in Omega-3, Vitamin A, C, and E to provide your skin with vitamins and nutrients needed for collagen and elastin production to maintain that youthful look. Avoid excessive consumption of caffeine and alcohol which dehydrates your skin making it look dry and dull.
5. Don't smoke
Stop smoking as it causes the formation of age-inducing free radicals and rapidly dehydrates the skin increasing the formation of wrinkles and lines. Smoking also aggravates acne and rosacea.
To support the government and the country the clinic is temporarily closed. Our team are available to support you, between 1000 – 1230 Monday to Friday, via email and phone.
Social distancing doesn't mean we can't be social! Whilst our clinic doors are temporarily closed, the team are posting lots of skincare and treatment information and advice on our social media channels for you all!
Due to furlough arrangements we are now running a skeleton team, so please be patient as we respond to your queries - thank you.