Archive for March, 2015

Do you pass the summer body test?

Published on March 30, 2015 by

Many people plan to take action to get ready for summer with a few aesthetic treatments to remove the small flaws, but leave treatments until it’s too late and don’t get the results they want, when they want them.  Some

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Acne scars are not forever

Published on March 26, 2015 by

Acne scars can be on the face or body. Outbreaks often occur on or around the upper back and that means that swimwear and summer clothing expose the damage, even if your face doesn’t have scars. But you don’t have

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Is acne destroying your confidence?

Published on March 23, 2015 by

With acne you can become the condition – people use it as an identifier. It’s not the way you want to be remembered. The first line of defence for most GPs is to prescribe antibiotics, but the problem is that

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If there’s a mole in your life …

Published on March 19, 2015 by

It used to be that those bobbly lumps, often with a long hair growing out of them, were something old people had.  If a younger person had one of these brown marks people kindly called it a ‘beauty spot’.  That’s

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Lumps and bumps

Published on March 16, 2015 by

However, moles can still cause irritation in other, less-visible places. A really common place for them to develop is right under the bra strap, which can cause soreness and even bleeding. When they’re rubbed by your clothing, or get nicked

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The Patient Centred Approach

Published on March 6, 2015 by

There’s a lot of criticism of people who have ‘work done’ or aren’t happy with the way they look either their face or body. They’re considered to vain or self-absorbed, but most people who decide to do something active about

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Give tired skin a boost

Published on March 2, 2015 by

It may seem unfair, but if you have a naturally dry skin you’re more likely to suffer from ‘tired’ skin.  The natural fine layers lose moisture, which makes the skin dryer and more susceptible to lines forming.  Without volume the

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