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Acne Prone Skin

One of the concerns people with an oily skin type experience is breakouts of acne. Acne is the result of excess sebum – a natural substance that protects the skin, but when produced in excess, can clog pores and hair follicles, leading to redness, inflammation, and breakouts. At Fairgrove Skin Clinics, we offer a range of treatments to cleanse and calm acne-prone skin.


Hyperpigmentation (Sunspots and Melasma)

Hyperpigmentation refers to darker patches of skin – blemishes which leave you with an uneven skin tone. These dark patches result from excess melanin production, which can stem from an array of causes, including acne scars, melasma, sun damage, and hormone fluctuations. At Fairgrove Skin Clinic, we offer treatments to reduce, control, and prevent pigmentation, leaving you with a more even, aesthetically appealing complexion.


Dull, Dehydrated Skin

In youth, our skin is rich in hyaluronic acid – a naturally occurring substance in the body that binds water within the skin, keeping it supple and hydrated. Levels of Hyaluronic acid drop off as we age, leaving the skin dryer, thinner, and more fragile. Dehydrated skin can become flaky, irritated, and dull in appearance, but at Fairgrove Skin Clinic, we offer treatments which restore a healthy glow by hydrating the skin from the inside out.


Lines and Wrinkles

As levels of hyaluronic acid, collagen and elastin fall away in ageing skin, it takes longer to recover from stretching and folding, eventually forming lines and creases that further ‘age’ our appearance. Lines and wrinkles form uniquely in each of us, depending on a variety of factors including skin type, genetics, lifestyle, and repeated facial movements such as smiling. At Fairgrove Skin Clinic, we offer treatments to smooth out facial lines.


Crepey Undereye Skin

Loss of facial volume is one of the classic effects of ageing, as gravity draws the fat pads in the cheeks down towards the jawline and neck. This sinking of volume can leave the eye area looking gaunt and hollow, and the skin that remains can become crepey, gathering in bags under the eyes. At Fairgrove Skin Clinic, we offer treatments to nourish the skin and restore the smoothness of the undereye area.

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