Skin Clinics

Oily Skin

Oily skin is characterized by clogged pores and congestion, and is therefore more prone to breakouts. This skin type will feel greasy and appear shiny, particularly on the forehead, nose, and chin. Products that dry out skin will result in an overproduction of sebum to compensate, and should be avoided. View products

Large Pores

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Pigmentation

Hyperpigmentation occurs when excess melanin is produced by the skin. This can be caused by factors such as hormones, aging, sun exposure, environmental damage, or improper use of aggressive skin treatment products. Light or dark spots are triggered by a trauma (e.g., acne) to the body, and can appear suddenly or over a period of years. View products

Aging

Visible signs of aging occur when our bodies begin producing less collagen and elastin, resulting in wrinkles and sagging. As we age, dead skin cells take longer to shed and cell turnover slows, which can create drier skin that is more prone to fine lines. Preventable factors like sun exposure (which causes photo aging), pollution, and smoking accelerate the aging process. View products

Sun Damage

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Acne

A growing number of adults suffer from acne. Clogged hair follicles that result in oil secretion (sebum) and P. Acne Bacteria are the main culprit, but breakouts can also result from hormonal factors like stress, genetics, and certain medications (birth control, androgens, lithium, and barbiturates). Outside sources that disturb the skin's delicate balance can also contribute to flare-ups. View products

Cracking

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Dry Skin

Dry skin is prone to dullness and visible flaking, and can often feel tight or itchy. Because the skin's moisture barrier is weak and oil production is low, fine lines and wrinkles appear more prominently. This skin type is also linked to an increased likelihood of sensitivity. View products

Rosacea

Rosacea begins as persistent flushing and leads to the appearance of tiny blood vessels in the middle third of the face. As the condition progresses, the skin becomes ruddier and larger areas of the face may become inflamed. Although rosacea cannot be cured, it can be controlled. View products

Scarring

carring can occur as a result of cosmetic surgery, laser hair removal, electrolysis, or acne. Skin that is well hydrated and nourished will be less susceptible to long-lasting scars and redness. Applying the right serum can stimulate healthy tissue growth and help wounds heal more quickly, while avoiding extreme heat, sun exposure, sunlamps, and hot tubs is critical. View products