Acne and Acne Scar
Acne, also referred to as pimples, can be a highly bothersome condition. Acne breakouts are not only painful and frustrating but can also leave behind scars, which serve as a constant reminder of the condition. However, acne scars need not be permanent, as several medical treatments can help eliminate them.
Medical treatments such as chemical peels, dermal fillers, micro-needling, and laser treatment are available to address acne scars. At Elation Hair and Skin clinic, we have highly qualified doctors who can provide you with the most effective solutions for acne and acne scars.
Moles and Warts
Moles are pigmented growths that develop on the skin when pigmented skin cells, known as melanocytes, grow in clusters. Dermatologists recommend prompt action to address this skin problem. There are several common methods available to remove moles, including Electrical Cautery (EC) and Surgical Excision. Surgical excision involves cutting out the entire mole and stitching the skin closed afterwards.
Warts are skin growths that are caused by a virus called the human papillomavirus (HPV). At Elation Hair and Skin Clinic, we offer various treatments to eliminate this concerning skin problem.
Hyperpigmentation results from the excess production of melanin, the pigment that provides color to the skin. It appears as spots or patches that are slightly darker than the surrounding skin. The causes of this skin problem include sun exposure, skin inflammation, and melasma.
Several treatments can help to address this problem, such as topical creams and cosmetic procedures. Cosmetic procedures for hyperpigmentation include laser therapy, intense pulsed light, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion. At Elation Hair and Skin clinic, we offer various treatments to eliminate this concerning skin problem.
Frequent exposure to direct sunlight due to work or other activities can lead to unsightly and unattractive sun tan marks on the body. In addition, exposure to a dusty or polluted environment or failure to clean your skin regularly can also cause skin tan. While several cosmetic products and bleaching techniques are available for tan removal, many of them can result in long-term damage to the skin.
At Elation Hair and Skin Clinic, we provide various types of peels and masks that can effectively and quickly remove skin tan without causing any permanent damage to the skin. These methods are comparable to homemade remedies but are more efficient and reliable. All our practices are supervised by a specialized team of doctors and performed at our hair and skin clinic.
Excessive hair growth in women, also known as hirsutism, can cause distress and be an unwelcome problem. Women may turn to various hair removal methods like shaving, tweezing, waxing, and hair removal creams to manage this condition. The root causes of this abnormal hair growth may include hormonal disorders like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), adrenal hyperplasia affecting steroid hormone production, tumours releasing additional hormones, or thyroid disorders impacting hormone levels.
Unwanted Birth Mark
Birthmarks are pigmented or discoloured areas on the skin that are present from birth and often remain permanent. They can appear as red, pink, purple, or brown patches that vary in size and are caused by an abnormality in the skin's blood vessels. Most types of birthmarks can be safely and effectively removed using laser treatments that are selected based on the type and colour of the birthmark. In rare cases, surgery may be required to remove a birthmark.
Stretch marks are long, narrow streaks, stripes, or lines that develop on the skin due to sudden stretching. They are commonly found on body parts such as the stomach, thighs, hips, breasts, upper arms, and lower back. Stretch marks form when the skin cannot return to its normal state after a period of intense growth, often caused by pregnancy, weight gain, or weight loss. This skin problem is particularly common among women during pregnancy. Common treatments to address this problem include Laser Light and Micro Needling.