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Dr Lushen Pillay - Dermatologist

200 Rivonia Road, Medical Centre, Morningside 2057, Gauteng, South Africa

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Skinderm is a skin clinic in Morningside, Gauteng offering a complete range of skincare solutions for all skin types.

Skindermwill help you solve any skincare issues that arise and get your confidence back up to where it should be.

Whether you need our skin clinic for laser hair removal, suffer from acne, are looking to reduce scarring you’ve suffered or need to get some botox done, our skin clinic offers the right service to ensure you get exactly what you need.

Skinderm is supported by a staff of qualified & experienced aesthetic pracitioners & doctors, who specialise in offering a unqiue range of invasive & non-invasive medical anti-aging and skin treatments.

We get different types of pigmentation on a daily basis at Skinderm. Living in South Africa and having all different skin types, we have had lots of exposure to sunspots and sun damage, uneven skin tone and hyper-pigmentation. Our specialist skin clinic in Sandton will be able to offer a couple of youth-fixing Pigmentation treatments that will assist.

When treating active acne, depending on the severity of the breakouts, a combination of these treatments is often used at Skinderm:

-Topical creams for example retinoids which help by preventing further acne breakouts.
-Blue light therapy (BBL Acne) which kills the bacteria on the surface of the skin.
-Chemical peels which exfoliate the skin cells deep within the skin and while fading the marks and decreasing breakouts .

Laser Lipolysis Procedure
Low doses of light laser therapy to various parts of the body that contain fatty deposits that prove to be resilient are applied.

Facial Tightening Has Been Designed to Make Your Skin Brighter and Softer. If you have tried everything under the sun when it comes to slowing the ageing process of your skin, but still feel there is more to be achieved, facial tightening might be the most obvious next step to take.

Profractional XC™ improves various types of scarring. Using the latest technology for treating acne scarring, this procedure promotes a wound-healing process that stimulates specialized cells (fibroblasts) to generate new collagen, plumping the skin and correcting skin imperfections. This laser can be used to treat most skin types and requires little preparation.

The latest beauty trend has flown towards microblading but what exactly is this? Well in simple terms, microblading is a form of semi-permanent make-up whereby pigment is inserted into the skin to create a desired effect ie.

The Dark Skin Treatments At Skinderm can safely be used on all skin types utilising world class technology . The darker skins can now safely improve their skin concerns efficiently. It is important to realise that there are different causes of pigmentation that will affect dissimilar types of skin and the skin of different races. Whether you have Black skin, Asian skin or Caucasian skin.

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