Everyone has facial and body hair but in woman the hair is often fair and fine, which makes it much less visible compared to men.
Scars are unwanted marks on the skin after an injury to the face or body. When the thick and deep layer of your skin gets damaged, it forms scar marks to repair the wound.
Enlarged pores is common among people with oily skin and can effect both men and woman of all skin types. According to the experts there are several causes for this condition.
Ageing causes your skin to look dull and lose its firmness and elasticity over time. The natural oil, production of collagen and elastin present in the skin reduces with time and you require treatment to keep your skin looking youthful.
Rosacea usually affects people over the age of 30, which causes facial redness and bumps. It is commonly found on the forehead, chin, cheeks and nose whilst at the same time have a burning sensation and soreness in the eyes.
When the skin becomes lighter or darker than your normal complexion, this is known as pigmentation.
Stretch marks are parallel lines that appear on your skin, usually with a different colour and texture to your normal complexion. The color range that stretch marks have might vary from bright pink to purple and then light grey. stretch marks are slight indentation or crease on your skin which can be felt when running your fingers over them.
Acne is a visible skin condition that forms redness and inflammation of the skin, leaving your skin with spots and marks. It is most common in adolescents but can be found in adults too, if left untreated. Acne occurs when your pores become blocked with sebum and dead cells which causes the marks and spots.
Excess body fat is commonly associated with diabetes, and heart disease. The accumulation of fat can over your whole body or more prominent in certain areas like your lower abdomen, legs, and upper arms. You can resolve excess fat by proper dieting and exercise, which is recommended before considering any treatments.
Cellulite is the herniation of fat that causes dimpling of skin and modularity. It is more common in woman due to the distribution of fat in their body, around the buttocks, thighs, and hips.