standard-title Body Treatments

Body Treatments

Body Treatments

Ageing hands can be easily treated using the latest techniques and devices. Over time, ageing hands tend to become thinner revealing more prominent veins and sometimes underlying bones and joints. These changes occur because of loss of fat and sun exposure, which can thin the skin making it crepey and more translucent in appearance.

Cellulite is the unsightly, lumpy, irregular fat deposits which 90% of adult women suffer from. The condition leaves women, and very rarely men, with a dimpled appearance in the skin on the legs, buttocks and hips. Whilst the appearance of cellulite has no medical implications, it can take an emotional toll on your self confidence and self esteem.

Whilst completely harmless to your health, thread veins are often regarded as an unflattering sight. Men and women can feel quite frustrated and embarrassed when these appear on the legs or face. Thread veins, often known as broken or spider veins, are tiny red, blue or purple lines just below the skin. They are veins that have become dilated and more easily visible through thinner, usually older skin.

As experts in treating problems with sweating and hyperhidrosis, we understand how embarrassing uncontrolled sweat outbreaks can be, and the major impact they can have on your life. Whether you have occasional, regular outbreaks triggered by certain situations, or a daily struggle with a sweating disorder to cope with sweat stains and odour, we have practical advice and solutions that can help you effectively manage your problem and reduce the impact that it has on your life.

Acne and ingrown hairs are common causes for Post Inflammatory Hyper-pigmentation(PIH) on areas like the face, legs, arms, chest or back. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation causes skin darkening and discolouration that show up as spots, or as large patches on a person's body. This is because cells that normally produce brown pigment evenly across your skin go into overdrive and produce too much melanin. This happens because of an inflammatory reaction in, or to an injury to, the skin. If the excess melanin is produced in the upper layer of skin (epidermis), the pigmentation colour is a darker shade of brown. If the excess melanin is produced in the lower layer of skin (the dermis), a grey or blue discolouration becomes visible.