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Maintaining a healthy weight is a global issue for lots of people, usually due to a sedentary routine or stubborn fat.
Inevitably appearing as we age, wrinkles are unavoidable folds & creases that appear on our skin as collagen is reduced.
Sagging skin can be a common skin concern that can be caused by ageing or rapid weight loss.
Facial volume loss inevitably occurs with age as our skin loses its ability to stay plump resulting in slack skin.
Acne is a common skin condition, usually triggered as a result of excessive oil, leaving red pimples on the skin.
Age spots, or Pigmentation, is a very common condition where increased melanin can result in darker areas on skin.
Affecting both men and women of all ages & skin types, enlarged pores are a common issue for those with oily skin.
Scars appear as a result of overcoming an injury or acne that has permanently damaged the lower layers of skin.
Affecting both men and women, stretch marks are due to rapid stretching of the skin, resulting in 'tiger lines'.
Rosacea is a common concern that mainly affects the face and neck area and can sometimes be triggered by allergies.
Affecting women & men, cellulite is a common & embarrassing condition that results in a dimpled thighs or buttocks.
Medical conditions or unusual hormone levels are frequently related to excessive hair growth in men and women.
Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, is a common & often embarrassing condition triggering the overproduction of sweat.
Also known as man boobs, a common male condition that can be caused by excess fat or elevated levels of oestrogen.
Also known as alopecia, this common condition can affect both men and women, and can be triggered by various factors.
Stress urinary incontinence is a common male and female concern caused by the weakening of the pelvic floor muscles.