Sagging skin is a problem for most people from the forties upward. It typically shows up in the face but many people develop sagging skin in the neck, chin and jowls, abdomen and thighs.
Skin and Laser
For cosmetic removal of moles and skin growths that do not exhibit any signs of skin cancer, Palm Clinic uses a non surgical treatment called Cosmetic Radiosurgery by Surgitron.
Acne scarring is a very common problem on the face and back.
Pigmentation problems are common in New Zealand because of our very high UV exposure.
Unwanted and excess hair can be a problem for men and women, but is easily treated with laser hair removal, Elos or IPL.
Rosacea or acne rosacea is a persistent and chronic skin condition which causes flushing or redness on the face.
As the skin ages there are a number of things that happen both from chronological ageing and from cumulative exposure to the sun.
Skin texture is often poor in New Zealand faces because of our harsh environment.