Also known as a Plantar warts, verrucas occur on the bottom of the foot or toes, and can be singular or multiple.
They are commonly found around the cheeks and nose and are also known as spider veins or telangiectasias.
Your skin can be affected by sun damage in different ways. Hyperpigmentation is caused by the over production of melanin.
Skin tags are small growths on the skin, usually skin-coloured, or slightly brown in colour which are soft in texture and movable to touch.
Problems include hormonal pigmentation such as melasma, liver spots, age spots, trauma pigmentation, post-inflammatory, sunburn and freckling.
It’s usually most apparent on the cheeks, forehead, nose and chin resulting in redness and small superficial broken blood vessels.
It is excess hair, that can be thicker or darker in colour to you normal hair, which usually grows around the border of the Areolla.
Milia appear when keratin (dead skin cells) gets trapped beneath the skin and blocks the pores.
Ingrown hairs happen when a hair becomes trapped underneath the skin and grows back on itself.
Excess skin found on the upper eye lid can make the eyes look heavy, tired and eye makeup can become hidden.