Laser hair removal is the key to soft and smoother-looking skin. The light energy from the laser is converted into heat, which damages the hair follicle under the skin. This damage inhibits or delays future hair growth. Following a simple after-care process, including protecting the skin and choosing the right products, will help ensure that the treated area heals quickly and correctly. Read More…
It’s a difficult and uncomfortable condition to cope with, it causes a feeling of burning or stinging, and is likely to become more painful
when exposed to fun and wind. But there are things you can do (and not
do) to reduce your symptoms and keep rosacea under control.
There is a lot of stigma and worry when it comes to the topic
of laser hair removal.
Some people love the treatment and some just don’t know what is true or false, but there’s no denying it’s a popular laser skin treatment. Let’s go through some of some the most frequently heard laser hair removal myths.
If you are struggling with Rosacea, you may be feeling self-conscious or embarrassed about the appearance of your skin. Despite there being no known cure, there is treatment available to help you manage the symptoms of your condition, making you feel much more confident. At The Private Skin Laser Clinic, Hampstead, we want you to know that you are in safe and experienced hands. We aim to deliver treatment that is suited to your individual needs, in order to receive the best possible outcome.
A health article in the Daily Mail reports that 70% of women over the age of 70 suffer from at least one thread vein. Thread veins are spidery red veins that can be undesirable in appearance, particularly when on noticeable parts of the body such as the face.
Their undesirability stems largely from the fact that the emergence of thread veins is heavily associated with reaching old age. Eliminating thread veins can, therefore, grant you a youthful vitality and knock years off your appearance. Read More…
An option that is classed as a life saver due to its ease of access and flexibility can also seem too good to be true. Laser hair removal simply gets rid of any unwanted body and facial for diminished hair growth, but what is the exact process and where can you get laser treatment in London? Here at The Private Skin Laser Clinic we uncover all common questions below.
With rosacea being an incredibly common condition, it’s still something that isn’t properly understood. It mainly affects women between the ages of 40 and 60 and is less common in men, but when men are afflicted, they tend to experience it more severely. Unfortunately, there is no known cure for rosacea at present, but there are certain treatments and triggers to look out for that can help with damage control. We explore what may be causing your symptoms to trigger and explore what rosacea treatments are available in London.
IPL facial thread vein treatment uses a non-laser high-intensity source of light to treat thread veins and spider veins as well as a variety of other skin problems. Thread veins or spider veins can appear on the face and body, and while they are completely harmless, they can cause some patients a lot of anxiety over their appearance. Here at the Private Skin Laser Clinic, we provide IPL facial thread vein treatment in London.
Laser hair removal in London isn’t reserved just for women, and it hasn’t been this way for a long time. In these modern times, more and more men are opting for medical cosmetic treatments openly and covertly. One of those treatments just so happens to be laser hair removal, as the stigma surrounding men and changing their appearance is gradually being lifted. We think this is a particularly liberating treatment for anyone, man or woman, who is seeking to lessen the growth of problematic hair on the face or body.
Rosacea is an incredibly common yet misunderstood skin condition. It affects around 1 in 10 people in the UK and usually occurs between the ages of 30 and 50. It’s more common in women, but cases tend to be more severe in men. It can affect your self-confidence and comfort to the point where you are embarrassed about your skin, and if you are experiencing this then you might find relief in our rosacea treatment in London.
It’s thought that polycystic ovary syndrome is thought to affect around 1 in every 5 women in the UK. With it being this common, there are treatments available to combat the unwanted symptoms and physical traits associated with PCOS that are very liberating for those who choose them. One of those treatments is laser hair removal, and it can be a confidence-boosting and self-affirming treatment.
A Vancouver based study found that unwanted tattoos are a very common phenomenon, with more men than women seemingly full of regret. A quarter of the people in the study admitted to experiencing frustration due to the stigma attached to their tattoo. And of those who decided to have their ink removed, 69% were men and 31% were women.
Ah, tattoos. They can seem like a such a good idea at the time. A funny tattoo on a whim, a drunken decision to get your friend’s name on your ankle, or something that at that moment held a lot of value to you. These are all tattoo types that are bound to change as time goes on. Maybe the joke tattoo causes you more frowns than laughs, you’ve drifted apart from the name etched on you, or your ink no longer represents the person you are. If you find yourself looking at a tattoo and wishing you could turn back time, then this might not be the first time you’ve considered laser tattoo removal. How does laser tattoo removal work, and could it help you with your unwanted artwork?
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that most commonly affects the face and can worsen as time goes on if left untreated. It’s exceptionally common, especially in fair-skinned people, and unfortunately it not completely understood. This also means that there is no cure, however there are ways to relieve symptoms here at the Private Skin Laser Clinic in North London. Let’s discover the causes of rosacea, what can inflame it, and which treatments we propose.
Age spots are the result of sun damage. They occur when we expose ourselves to too much sunshine, without having first applied a high enough factor of sun cream. Lots of sunbathing when we’re young can lead to age spots when we’re older, as they tend to occur as our skin matures and our collagen production begins to reduce.