Here is a list of some of the conditions we have covered;
however, if you have any questions that are not addressed,
please get in touch with us.


Acne is a very common skin condition characterised by the presence of comedones (blackheads and whiteheads) and pus-filled spots (pustules).

Acne Scarring

Acne scarring is a very common skin condition; often developing as a complication of acne, most commonly affecting those with cystic acne or inflamed/infected blemishes.


Rosacea is a prevalent chronic inflammatory skin condition that causes redness and flushing, primarily on the face, but can also affect other parts of the body.

Large Pores

Everyone has pores on their face, but some are more visible than others. Each pore contains a hair follicle, and glands that allow sweat and sebum (oil) to escape from the body.

Stretch Marks

Stretch marks, medically known as striae, are streaks or lines that appear on the surface of the skin due to rapid stretching or shrinking.


Milia are small, raised white bumps that are typically white or yellow in colour and look like a whitehead but cannot be popped.

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Cheek Rejuvenation

Flat, soft or sunken cheeks, whether as a result of ageing or natural bone structure, can contribute to an appearance of tiredness or hollowness and can lead to a prematurely aged look. Over time, the loss of facial volume and changes in skin elasticity may lead to flattened contours, affecting the overall harmony and youthful appearance of the face.

Jawline Rejuvenation/Jowls

Jowls refer to a sagging, loose skin along the jawline and chin that can manifest as a natural consequence of ageing, weight loss or genetic predisposition, and contribute to a less defined and prematurely aged appearance. At SkinHD, we offer a number of treatments that can redefine the jawline, reduce the appearance of jowls and promote a youthful appearance.


Melasma is a common skin condition characterised by patches of darker skin tone, or hyperpigmentation, usually on the face. It’s also called chloasma, or the ‘mask of pregnancy’, as it can affect many women during their reproductive years, though men can also suffer with symptoms.

Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)

Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) is a common condition where the skin produces excess melanin after an injury or inflammation during the healing process.

Solar Lentigo (Sun spots)

Solar Lentigo, commonly known as sun spots, age spots or liver spots (although they don’t have anything to do with liver function) manifest as flat, well defined patches of darkened skin that are the result of prolonged or cumulative sun exposure.