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Concerns

Acne and acne scars is a common skin condition among teens and adults alike.
A variety of skin conditions can cause bumpy skin, which results in a change in skin texture.
Enlarged or dilated pores can be caused by various factors.
Redness on the skin, especially on the face, can be caused and aggravated by many conditions.
Many factors and lifestyle habits can induce premature ageing and sagging skin.
Ingrown toenails is a condition which causes the nail to grow into the flesh of the side of the toe.
Keratosis is a form of skin growth which can appear unusual like a burn.
Melasma commonly appears as brown or shaded patches on the cheeks, forehead, nose and chin.
Moles appear as growths on the skin that are often brown or black in colour.
Pigmentation irregularities in the skin can be determined by the melanocytes.
Rosacea is a non-contagious disorder of the skin which causes inflammation on the face.
All scarring is essentially made of the same collagen. Common types of scars include acne scars, stretch marks, and keloid scars.
Sebaceous cysts are common noncancerous cysts of the skin that may contain air, liquid or semiliquid substances.
Skin tags are bits of flesh-coloured or darkly pigmented tissue that project from the surrounding skin.
Spider veins are a result of blood vessels dilation typically on the face or legs.
Stretch marks are a type of streaky scarring as a result of overstretched skin.
Sun damage is a very common concern when your skin is overexposed to the sun.
Sun spots often develop on exposed areas as a result of prolonged exposure to the sun.
Syringoma is a cluster of small benign tumours that are mostly found on the upper cheeks.
Lasers are used to remove tattoos by targeting the pigment of your tattoo ink and break it into smaller particles.
Warts are hardened, rough skin lumps caused by an infection known as human papillomavirus (HPV).
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