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Broad Spectrum, UV, UVA, UVB, UVC and SPF are all terms used when discussing sunblock creams. But what do they mean? ­As summer is approaching, we thought that it might be useful for us to…
In this article published by Viva magazine, Amanda Linnell walks us through her recent experience as a patient of Dr Sarah Hart, Appearance Medicine doctor at Skin Institute. As many other women, Amanda wanted to improve her damaged skin, caused by aging, UV radiation and the lack of a skin care regime, without showing obvious…

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The colour of our skin is made of three components – melanin, collagen, and blood vessels. When there is excess melanin, skin can become blotchy and brown spots appear. Why the excess? Too much sunlight (UV) can create an overproduction of melanin.  Hormonal factors play a part too, with many women reporting darker skin in…

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Broad Spectrum, UV, UVA, UVB, UVC and SPF are all terms used when discussing sunblock creams. But what do they mean? ­As summer is approaching, we thought that it might be useful for us to breakdown their meanings. Ever wonder what the term ‘Broad Spectrum’ means? Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is part of the invisible light…

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Looking for a new way to improve your skins overall quality?Platelet Rich Plasma Transfer is a new-age procedure that can improve your skin’s texture, radiance and luminosity, leaving it feeling smoother and looking refreshed. Dr Pier Marzinotto from the Skin Institute has a special interest in the latest innovative techniques in appearance medicine like Platelet…

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Rosacea is the medical name for symptoms of red, flushed, lumpy skin typically occurring on the cheeks, nose and forehead. Rosacea is most common in fair skinned women, 30-60 years old, and is common around the time of menopause.  Men do get it too though, and often it’s more severe for them. What are the…

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