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Sensitivity

Skin that reacts to heat, wind, friction or cold by becoming blotchy, red or irritated.

Acne

Skin that commonly breaks out, results in blackheads, whiteheads, pustules and/or papules. This condition usually occurs with oily skin types and can increase due to stress, fatigue and hormonal fluctuations.

Loss of firmness

Sagging or drooping skin caused by lack of firmness and/or elasticity.

Dark spots

Patches of skin that are darker in colour due to an excess production of melanin - the pigment responsible for skin colour.

Dark circles

Dark blemishes around the eyes. There are many causes, including heredity, stress, fatigue, etc.

Dull, uneven skin

Lack of glow often caused by a build-up of dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. This can lead to rough, dull patches, causing an uneven skin tone.

Multiple signs of aging

Develop over time and can be treated simultaneously. These signs may include, but are not limited to, fine lines and wrinkles, rough texture, crepiness, and uneven skin tone.

Fine lines

Little tiny lines that usually form on the fleshier parts of the face – such as the cheeks. Less pronounced than wrinkles, they are not deep enough to cast shadows and are only visible up close. The little lines around the mouth that cause lipstick to bleed are a perfect example of fine lines.

Wrinkles

A deep line or “groove” caused by the break-down of the structural components of the skin, including elastin, collagen and fat. The loss of fat cells beneath the wrinkle, coupled with lax connective tissue above it, means that wrinkling and sagging eventually go hand in hand. A droopy mouth is a perfect example.

Dehydration

Skin loses its ability to retain water, as well as to regenerate and heal itself, due to external factors disrupting its natural protective barrier. Skin can feel tight and/ or dry to the touch; may look flaky; and may also cause itching and burning sensations. This condition is common amongst all ages and skin types, including oily skin.

Redness/Rosacea

A skin disease that causes persistent and diffused redness to the face (forehead, cheeks, nose, chin). Skin may appear rough and uneven, due to bumps, pimples and redness.

Lack of radiance

Skin complexion that lacks clarity or glow. Skin may appear dull, tired or grey-looking.