Cosmetic Skin Treatments In EalingCosmetic Skin Treatments In Ealing, West London

Modern non-surgical cosmetic procedures are now far less invasive, giving improved results and faster recovery times. Our experienced, highly qualified doctors and therapists offer skin assessment and non-surgical procedures to rejuvenate and revitalise.

Our Laser-IPL services include permanent hair reduction, facial rejuvenation, wrinkle reduction and thread vein removal treatments.

 

Current Laser & Skin Cosmetic Treatments at SSS Clinic:

  • Age and liver spots

  • Acne Scars

  • Skin tightening and Resurfacing

  • Excessive Sweating (hyperhidrosis)

Age and liver spots

As we grow older, we tend to notice the appearance of annoying age spots also known as brown or liver spots. These can appear on the backs of our hands, face, neck, legs, back and shoulders.

Throughout the years, these unappealing, although not harmful spots, due to natural changes in our skin, can range in size from anything from a small freckle to more than a centimeter in size and sometimes form a group together making them appear larger.

The good news is that there are several, extremely effective treatment options available at our clinic.

Causes

The main cause for age spots is prolonged exposure to the sun. This is because extreme exposure to any variety of UV light accelerates the production of melanin (the pigments in our skin). This results in the appearance of age spots.

They are most common among people with a fairer complexion, although these spots can also be detected on people with darker skin too.

Despite preventive measures such as sunblock, people with fair skin will find age spots unavoidable.

If you’re looking for a quick, painless, and effective way to reduce the appearance of brown spots on your face or body, laser-combination treatments are one of the best solutions around.

At SSS Clinic, we offer several efficient treatments that can help reduce the appearance of age spots, leaving you with more even, younger looking skin.

The latest development combination laser treatments are considered by medical experts to be one of the most effective skin rejuvenation treatments available. This is  due to the fact that it uses state-of-the-art technology which therefore works much more quickly than other alternative treatments for removal of liver spots, signs of ageing and damages caused by exposure to the sun.

Acne Scars

Acne is one of the most common skin disorders affecting many of us who ultimately require treatments from a dermatologist.

If you have developed acne scars, our Ealing Skin Expert can help. Contact SSS Clinic to schedule your initial consultation – or call 020 8840 4472 to speak directly with one of our helpful and friendly team members.

What Causes Acne Scars?

Acne scars often occur secondary to the inflammation that results in the destruction of the normal collagen in the skin. These scars can last for a long time and may even become red and raised, meaning that the skin may be left scarred permanently.

In some cases, acne scars are the result of picking or popping blemishes. You can reduce your risks for some acne scars by refraining from picking at your face.

You can further reduce risks by:

  • Using a gentle cleanser to wash your face twice daily
  • Seeking expert advice
  • Avoid over washing

If scarring has already occurred, we can help you find the most effective ways to reduce or eliminate their appearance. We will review all of your options and help you choose the best one during your initial consultation at our Ealing skin clinic.

Types Of Acne Scars

There are many different types of acne scars. Among the most common are:

  • Rolling scars – a type of pitted acne scar, rolling scars may become more apparent with age as collagen diminishes and the skin loses its elasticity and fullness
  • Boxcar scars – like rolling scars, boxcar scars are depressions in the skin. This type of acne scar has clearly defined edges and may appear at any stage of life
  • Icepick scars – another type of pitted acne scar, icepick scars are narrow and often deep. They typically resemble a large, empty pore
  • Keloid scars – raised acne scars that are firm and often appear rubbery are less common than depressed scars, but may result from severe acne, genetics, or secondary infection
  • Hypo and hyperpigmentation – spotting or blotching of the skin may seem unrelated to acne, but pigmentation irregularities can be caused by blemishes both early and later in life
  • Erythema – a condition marked by persistent redness, erythema occurs when capillaries near the skin’s surface become permanently damaged or enlarged

Each type of acne scar responds better to specific treatments. During your visit to our West London clinic, we will carefully assess your scarring and help you choose the option or combination of options that will produce the smooth and attractive skin you desire.

Treating Acne Scars

Acne scar treatments offered at our clinic include:

  • Micro needling/PRP
  • Dermal Fillers
  • Chemical Peels
  • Laser

These services are designed to correct a number of skin imperfections, including acne scars, pigmentation issues, dry and rough patches – even fine lines and deeper wrinkles. We welcome an opportunity to meet with you and assess your areas of concern, enabling us to guide you towards the safest and most effective solutions available.

Skin tightening and Resurfacing

As we age, the face naturally loses collagen and elasticity causing the skin to look less refined as it once did.  Line & Wrinkle Reduction is the only treatment that directly tackles the cause of dynamic lines by weakening the muscle that causes the skin to wrinkle.  However, Extensive Line & Wrinkle Reduction Treatment is ideal if you’re over 45 years old and are looking to retain a less tired, and more defined youthful appearance without wanting to resort to a surgical Face-lift procedure.

We can guarantee Extensive Line & Wrinkle Reduction Treatments will provide you with the most predictable natural, visible results.  In addition, an even better outcome can be achieved when used in combination with laser/ IPL and or dermal fillers.

 

 

Excessive Sweating (hyperhidrosis)

Hyperhidrosis tends to emerge in late adolescence, although some people do find it happens earlier or later in life. There are many reasons why some of us suffer with the condition but it is most often a side effect of a thyroid problem, diabetes, or an infection so we’d always recommend you to visit our clinic if you have any concerns regarding this condition.