Forehead lines and wrinkles are the horizontal lines that you may see running across your forehead. They first start to appear around the age of 20-30 and are just a typical sign of ageing that is common in the majority of people.
Acne Treatments at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic
Regain your confidence with our life-changing acne treatments that are designed to control your symptoms without any surgery or downtime. Our non-invasive acne treatments are suitable for all skin types.
Acne is an extremely common skin condition that affects a high number of children and adults. It is most common in teenagers but affects approximately 95% of people aged 11 to 30 in the UK to some degree. Women experiencing peri menopause and menopause can also encounter acne fare ups. It often leaves sufferers with blackheads, whiteheads, pimples and redness, while leading to the formation of acne scars in some cases.
Acne is usually caused when hair follicles in your skin become blocked by excess sebum (the oily substance produced by sebaceous glands). This substance lubricates your hair follicles, but can trigger the build-up of bacteria and inflammation which gathers in the follicles and blocks them.
Although acne is associated with puberty, over 80% of cases of adult acne occur in women. This is often caused by changes in hormone levels such as before a period or early on in pregnancy. Certain medications and lifestyles can trigger acne to flare up.
Treatment for acne, especially adult acne, depends on the severity. We offer a range of acne procedures to target different severity levels. Some of our acne treatments include: Clear + Brilliant®, INTRAcel™, Genuine Dermaroller™ micro-needling and the revolutionary, Forever Young BBL™. Our medically trained clinicians will assess your acne condition during a personalised consultation with you. They will advise on an acne treatment plan that suits your own specific needs and skincare goals.
*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.