Oily/Dry Skin

“Oily skin” and “dry skin” refer to two common skin types that have distinct characteristics and require different approaches to care. Oily skin is characterized by an overproduction of sebum, the skin’s natural oil, resulting in a shiny or greasy appearance, enlarged pores, and a tendency to develop acne. This skin type can be caused by various factors, including genetics, hormones, or environmental factors. Treatment for oily skin typically involves using oil-free skincare products, gentle cleansing, and exfoliation to remove excess oil and prevent clogged pores.


On the other hand, dry skin is characterised by a lack of natural oil and moisture in the skin, causing a tight or itchy feeling, flakiness, and a dull or rough appearance. Dry skin can be caused by various factors, including genetics, ageing, weather conditions, or the use of harsh skincare products. Treatment for dry skin typically involves using gentle, hydrating skincare products, avoiding hot water and harsh soaps, and incorporating moisturising ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, or ceramides into the skincare routine. Other treatments include bio-remodelling injections.



Skin Needling

Skin Bio-Remodelling

Skin Peels