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Skin Conditions and Problems We Treat – Everyderm

Skin Conditions We Treat

Your skin is as unique as you are. That’s why, at Everyderm, we offer a range of treatments for common skin problems so you can enjoy healthy skin that glows from within.

Our tailored, targeted treatment plans are designed to address your specific skin concerns, whether it is dry skin, acne scars, or dark circles under the eyes.

Acne and acne scars

Acne and acne scars are chronic skin conditions common among teens but can affect people of all ages. They occur when an oily substance called sebum and dead skin cells lead to blocked skin follicles. Bacteria trapped in these plugs trigger inflammation and lead to the formation of painful blisters called pimples.

At Everyderm, we offer renewing chemical peels that gently remove the outer layer of dead skin to clear acne. Medical microneedling can be done to reduce acne scarring, leaving you with clearer, blemish-free skin.

Scar removal

Unsightly, disfiguring scars can remain after acne, injuries, or surgical wound healing. 

Treatments can be done to minimise a scar so that it is less obvious and blends in with the surrounding skin. The choice of treatment depends on the size, shape, and location of the scar.

At Everyderm, we offer:

  • Topical treatments (medicated creams)
  • Minimally invasive injectable treatments such as dermal fillers
  • Surface treatments such as chemical peels, dermabrasion, and light or laser therapy.

These treatments help to soften irregularities and help the scar site better match the tone and texture of the surrounding skin.

Blackheads

Blackheads are small bumps in the skin that commonly develop on the face and the neck, chest, upper arms, and back. 

They occur due to irritation of the hair follicles and are more common in adolescents and people with oily skin. Blackheads are different from pimples in that they are open bumps, whereas pimples are closed, fluid-filled blisters.

Treatments included in your Everyderm subscription that can help control blackheads include chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and laser treatments.

Hyperpigmentation

Patches of skin that are darker than the surrounding skin are called hyperpigmentation. They occur when the skin produces excess melanin

That can happen due to both genetic and environmental factors:

  • Age-related changes (age spots)
  • Excessive sun exposure (dark spots)
  • Melasma (dark patches of skin due to hormonal changes in pregnant women and women taking oral contraceptives).

At Everyderm, we offer several treatments that can reduce the appearance of hyperpigmented areas and make them less conspicuous.

They include:

  • Topical creams
  • Skin peels
  • Dermabrasion
  • Light therapy
  • Laser treatments.

Rosacea

Rosacea is a common chronic skin condition that causes symptoms that come and go – reddened skin, a butterfly-shaped rash on the nose and cheeks, pus-filled bumps, and enlarged blood vessels. 

Anyone can develop rosacea, but risk factors for this skin disease may vary. 

Some of them are:

  • Skin that burns easily
  • Age between 30 and 50 years
  • Smoking
  • Immune system problems
  • Family history of rosacea. 

Triggers often include sun exposure and emotional stress. Rosacea skin rashes can be mistaken for acne or other skin problems such as atopic dermatitis.

Vascular laser/light treatments at Everyderm can help improve the appearance of enlarged blood vessels and redness associated with rosacea.

Thread veins

Thread veins (also called spider veins) are damaged veins under the skin’s surface. They are harmless but look unsightly due to their visible red, blue, or purple colour. Some threat veins, especially in the legs, can cause discomfort and unpleasant sensations such as itching and burning.

At Everyderm Clinic, we offer vascular light/laser therapy using pulsed dye laser and broadband light to treat thread veins.

Birthmarks

Birthmarks are marks on the skin present at birth but may also develop shortly after. 

They are either vascular (consisting of abnormal blood vessels) or pigmented (consisting of an overgrowth of melanin cells). These marks also vary in size, shape, and colour and can be upsetting if they are in a visible location.

Pulsed dye laser treatments at Everyderm can lighten vascular birthmarks and make them less disfiguring.

Dark circles under the eyes

Lack of sleep, excessive sun exposure, hyperpigmentation, and thinning skin can lead to the development of a dark skin patch under each eye.

Depending on the cause and severity of the condition, we offer a range of skin treatments and solutions, such as chemical peels, dermal fillers, and laser therapy.

Large pores

Enlarged pores are a common skin problem for many people. They occur due to hereditary factors, ageing, excessive sebum production, and loss of collagen with age.

Chemical peels, collagen induction therapies, and laser treatments are all solutions that we offer at Everyderm that can be used to treat large facial pores.

Acne and acne scars

Acne and acne scars are chronic skin conditions common among teens but can affect people of all ages. They occur when an oily substance called sebum and dead skin cells lead to blocked skin follicles. Bacteria trapped in these plugs trigger inflammation and lead to the formation of painful blisters called pimples.

At Everyderm, we offer renewing chemical peels that gently remove the outer layer of dead skin to clear acne. Medical microneedling can be done to reduce acne scarring, leaving you with clearer, blemish-free skin.

Scar removal

Unsightly, disfiguring scars can remain after acne, injuries, or surgical wound healing. 

Treatments can be done to minimise a scar so that it is less obvious and blends in with the surrounding skin. The choice of treatment depends on the size, shape, and location of the scar.

At Everyderm, we offer:

  • Topical treatments (medicated creams)
  • Minimally invasive injectable treatments such as dermal fillers
  • Surface treatments such as chemical peels, dermabrasion, and light or laser therapy.

These treatments help to soften irregularities and help the scar site better match the tone and texture of the surrounding skin.

Blackheads

Blackheads are small bumps in the skin that commonly develop on the face and the neck, chest, upper arms, and back. 

They occur due to irritation of the hair follicles and are more common in adolescents and people with oily skin. Blackheads are different from pimples in that they are open bumps, whereas pimples are closed, fluid-filled blisters.

Treatments included in your Everyderm subscription that can help control blackheads include chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and laser treatments.

Hyperpigmentation

Patches of skin that are darker than the surrounding skin are called hyperpigmentation. They occur when the skin produces excess melanin

That can happen due to both genetic and environmental factors:

  • Age-related changes (age spots)
  • Excessive sun exposure (dark spots)
  • Melasma (dark patches of skin due to hormonal changes in pregnant women and women taking oral contraceptives).

At Everyderm, we offer several treatments that can reduce the appearance of hyperpigmented areas and make them less conspicuous.

They include:

  • Topical creams
  • Skin peels
  • Dermabrasion
  • Light therapy
  • Laser treatments.

Rosacea

Rosacea is a common chronic skin condition that causes symptoms that come and go – reddened skin, a butterfly-shaped rash on the nose and cheeks, pus-filled bumps, and enlarged blood vessels. 

Anyone can develop rosacea, but risk factors for this skin disease may vary. 

Some of them are:

  • Skin that burns easily
  • Age between 30 and 50 years
  • Smoking
  • Immune system problems
  • Family history of rosacea. 

Triggers often include sun exposure and emotional stress. Rosacea skin rashes can be mistaken for acne or other skin problems such as atopic dermatitis.

Vascular laser/light treatments at Everyderm can help improve the appearance of enlarged blood vessels and redness associated with rosacea.

Thread veins

Thread veins (also called spider veins) are damaged veins under the skin’s surface. They are harmless but look unsightly due to their visible red, blue, or purple colour. Some threat veins, especially in the legs, can cause discomfort and unpleasant sensations such as itching and burning.

At Everyderm Clinic, we offer vascular light/laser therapy using pulsed dye laser and broadband light to treat thread veins.

Birthmarks

Birthmarks are marks on the skin present at birth but may also develop shortly after. 

They are either vascular (consisting of abnormal blood vessels) or pigmented (consisting of an overgrowth of melanin cells). These marks also vary in size, shape, and colour and can be upsetting if they are in a visible location.

Pulsed dye laser treatments at Everyderm can lighten vascular birthmarks and make them less disfiguring.

Dark circles under the eyes

Lack of sleep, excessive sun exposure, hyperpigmentation, and thinning skin can lead to the development of a dark skin patch under each eye.

Depending on the cause and severity of the condition, we offer a range of skin treatments and solutions, such as chemical peels, dermal fillers, and laser therapy.

Large pores

Enlarged pores are a common skin problem for many people. They occur due to hereditary factors, ageing, excessive sebum production, and loss of collagen with age.

Chemical peels, collagen induction therapies, and laser treatments are all solutions that we offer at Everyderm that can be used to treat large facial pores.

Why Everyderm?

Everyderm is a doctor-led clinic where we carefully evaluate your skin symptoms. For instance, scaly rashes can be caused by many conditions, such as contact dermatitis, eczema, fungal skin infections like athlete’s foot, and psoriasis. We make sure you receive the correct diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

Different treatments work well for different skin tones and types.

 

At Everyderm, we recommend treatments based on:

  • Your specific skin concerns
  • Your skin type
  • Your skin colour
  • Your skin sensitivity. 

In addition, we advise you on the proper skin care and lifestyle factors to optimise your skin health.

Your Everyderm membership includes one monthly treatment so that you get ongoing care for chronic (long-lasting) skin problems. Ensuring problems are treated early on lowers the risk of developing severe symptoms or permanent skin diseases.

Frequently asked questions

Does rosacea make your pores look bigger?

In addition to redness, rosacea can cause prominent blood vessels, thickened skin, rough skin, facial swelling, enlarged pores, and eye inflammation. Rosacea treatments at Everyderm can manage symptoms and lower the risk of complications.

What are the signs of skin cancer?

Signs and symptoms of skin cancer include a new or changing spot, itchy skin, scaly skin or scaly patches, non-healing sores, crusting or bleeding growths on the skin with raised borders, or scar-like growths with irregular borders. It’s important to seek care from a board-certified dermatologist if you notice any of these skin changes or clinical features. Your doctor can take a skin sample (biopsy) to check for cancer.

How do you identify the right treatment for my skin issues?

Our qualified medical aesthetic providers at Everyderm will thoroughly assess your skin condition and perform a comprehensive analysis to determine the best course of treatment.

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