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Can Laser Hair removal treat Polycystic ovary syndrome

Usually the signs of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)  become apparent in your late teens or early twenties. Its a common problem, thought to affect one in five woman in the UK.The main symptoms are irregular periods, high levels of male hormones in the body which can result in excess hair growth, weight gain, oily skin […]



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Thread Vein Removal, everything you need to know.

If you have facial thread veins, its likely you are fed up covering them every day with make up before you leave the house, how refreshing it would be to face the world bare faced! Its a very common problem faced by both men and woman and can vary in degree. Thread veins are often […]



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Our top tips to rehydrate the skin after summer.

Can you believe summer is over and autumn is in the air. After all the great adventures outdoors, what with the sun, sea and suncreams our skin may be in need of a little TLC. We are all looking for firmer, smooth and hydrated skin. Whilst some people are blessed with a flawless, dewy complexion, the majority […]



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Why should you choose electrolysis?

Hair removal is a bit of a mine field these days, there are so many options available from waxing to depilatory creams, shaving, electrolysis and laser hair removal. If you are looking for a more permanent solution it can be difficult to decide between laser hair removal and electrolysis, these being your only real options. […]



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Have you got sensitive skin?

Skin sensitivity is such a common topic of conversation for us in the salon. So many clients suffer from sensitivity but often getting to the root of the problem can be a challenge. Common conditions include rosacea, eczema. psoriasis and dermatitis. Often environmental sensitivity, due to over exposure to the elements like sun and wind can […]



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How to treat sunspots and pigmentation

Sunspots and pigmentation are very common conditions which appear on the skin due to excessive sun exposure. The face, hands, arms, neck and shoulders are the most exposed areas to all weather conditions, leaving them prone to further damage. Red heads or fair skins are most prone to sun damage as they tend to burn much easier. Sunspots are similar to […]



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