Uneven Skin Texture

Textured skin is bumpy skin on the face that looks uneven. It is most often caused by a build-up of dead skin cells which give the appearance of an uneven skin texture. It can also be caused by the environment, as well as aging and acne scarring.

Age Spots

Age spots are small, flat dark areas on the skin. They vary in size and usually appear on areas exposed to the sun, such as the face, hands, shoulders, and arms. Age spots are also called sunspots, liver spots, and solar lentigines.

Age spots are caused by overactive pigment cells. Ultraviolet (UV) light speeds up the production of melanin, a natural pigment that gives skin its colour. On skin that has had years of sun exposure, age spots appear when melanin becomes clumped or is produced in high concentrations.

  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol
  • Medical prescription – Hydroquinone / Tretinoin

Hair Loss

Hair loss can be a traumatic experience for the client, there are a number of options to stimulate hair regrowth, our Clinic Nurse prescriber will work out a suitable plan for you

  • Androgenetic Alopecia. Androgenetic alopecia is the most common type of hair loss
  • Telogen Effluvium 
  • Anagen Effluvium 
  • Alopecia Areata 
  • Tinea Capitis 
  • Cicatricial Alopecia 
  • Hair Shaft Abnormalities 
  • Hypotrichosis
  • Vitamin Supplements


The term “jowls” is often used to describe sagging skin below your chin or jawline. Almost everyone develops jowls as they age. It happens because your skin becomes thinner and less elastic over time.

  • Morpheus8 – The treatment is most commonly used on the face and neck (especially to treat jowls and firm the jawline), but it can be used anywhere on the body, including the abdomen, buttocks, or knees. Morpheus8 benefits a wide range of skin concerns.

A good skincare regime and using a product such as ZO firming serum and or Wrinkle texture repair can help stimulate collagen production to prevent further loss of elasticity


Acne signs vary depending on the severity of your condition:

  • Whiteheads (closed plugged pores)
  • Blackheads (open plugged pores)
  • Small red, tender bumps (papules)
  • Pimples (pustules), which are papules with pus at their tips 
  • Large, solid, painful lumps under the skin (nodules)
  • Painful, pus-filled lumps under the skin (cystic lesions)
  • Vitamin Supplement 
  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol 
  • Medical prescription – Tretinoin

Dull Skin

A good homecare and regular facial treatments are vital to get glowing skin that’s full of vitality, monthly treatments ensure we are nourishing the skin at cellular level and an excellent homecare plan ensures you are looking after your skin to get optimum skin health.

  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol

Dehydrated Skin

There are several skin conditions and medical conditions that cause medically dry skin such as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, medications, lack of nutrients to name a few. There are also reasons that you can help with dry skin, are you using the correct skincare at home? Are you exfoliating regularly? Have you been in extreme cold, heat, or outdoors a lot? 

Good home care and regular facial treatments are vital to get glowing skin that’s full of vitality, monthly treatments ensure we are nourishing the skin at the cellular level and an excellent homecare plan ensures you are looking after your skin to get optimum skin health

  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol

Acne Scarring

Severe acne, especially cystic acne, is likely to leave permanent scarring as it heals. 

Permanent scarring is more likely to develop if you pick at or squeeze your acne instead of treating it or allowing it to heal. 

Some people don’t experience acne scars. But most people deal with at least a few acne scars at some point in their lives. The type of acne scarring you can expect depends on the type of acne you develop and how you treat it.

  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol 
  • Medical prescription – Hydroquinone / Tretinoin

Prescription-strength formula retinoid will work more quickly and efficiently than one you can get over the counter.

Types Of Acne Scars

Atrophic scars are flat, shallow depressions that heal below the top layer of skin. These scars are commonly caused by severe cystic acne. However, other types of acne can cause them as well.

The appearance of atrophic acne scars can vary depending on a person’s history with acne.

Boxcar are broad, usually box-like depressions with sharply defined edges. 

Boxcar scars most often form on areas like the lower cheeks and jaw, where the skin is relatively thick. 

Ice pick scars are smaller, more narrow indentations that point down into the skin’s surface. These scars are common on the cheeks. 

Ice pick scars tend to be very tough to treat, and often require persistent, aggressive treatment.

Rolling scars have a varying depth, with sloping edges that make skin appear wavy and uneven.

Hypertrophic scars are the same size as the acne that caused them. Keloid scars create a scar larger than the acne that caused them and grow beyond the sides of the original spot.

Hypertrophic and keloid scars are more common on areas such as the jawline, chest, back, and shoulders. People with a darker skin colour are more likely to develop this type of scarring.

Once your acne heals, it often leaves behind a darker or discoloured patch of skin. 

Hyperpigmentation can occur when skin is damaged by severe acne, or if you’ve picked at your acne. But again, in all cases, your skin will return to its natural colour over time with proper sun protection, microneedling and the use of a medical grade retinol.

People most likely to experience post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation include those who have darker skin and those who pick or squeeze their acne.

Ageing Skin

Some of the signs of ageing skin include:

  • fine lines and wrinkles
  • skin laxity
  • age spots
  • hyperpigmentation
  • dark under eye circles
  • sun damage.
  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol


Age Prevention

Ageing is something that we cannot stop, we can however help to slow down the ageing process with a number of treatment and homecare options. As we age the collagen and elastin production slows down, we lose elasticity and muscle tone consequently showing the signs of ageing.

  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol



Hyperpigmentation is a common, usually harmless condition in which patches of skin become darker in colour than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal skin colour, forms deposits in the skin.

There are several causes of hyperpigmentation including 

  • Exposure to UV rays 
  • Hereditary 
  • Medication
  • Hormonal changes 
  • Medication 
  • Inflammation and injury to the skin – including picking spots!
  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol
  • Medical prescription – Hydroquinone / Tretinoin

Lines And Wrinkles

Wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process. As people get older, their skin becomes thinner, drier, and less elastic, which means it is less able to protect itself from damage. This leads to wrinkles, creases, and lines on the skin.

  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol

Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are fine lines in the skin that happen when quick growth or weight gain stretches the skin (like during puberty). Skin is usually stretchy, but when it’s overstretched, the normal production of collagen (the major protein that makes up the tissue in skin) is disrupted.

The cause of stretch marks is stretching of the skin. Their severity is affected by several factors, including your genetics and the degree of stress on the skin. Your level of the hormone cortisol also might play a role. Cortisol — a hormone produced by the adrenal glands — weakens elastic fibres in the skin.

  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol – Body

Warts, Milia And Skin Tags

Rather than using lasers or cutting away excess skin, Plasma is used to create an arc of electricity that targets superficial skin cells, using precisely applied heat. Thereby effectively cauterizing the area.

Fat pockets

Getting rid of stubborn fatty deposits like saddlebags, knee fat is one way to reshape your body. The fat dissolving method is used to achieve minor recontouring. Anyone who has a healthy lifestyle and has tried everything will know that sometimes, fat just sticks around.


  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol – Body


Cellulite is a very common, harmless skin condition that causes lumpy, dimpled flesh on the thighs, hips, buttocks, and abdomen. The condition is most prevalent in women.

Thread Veins

Telangiectasia veins – also known as thread veins or spider veins, these are small clusters of blue or red veins that sometimes appear on your face or legs; they’re harmless and, unlike trunk varicose veins, do not bulge underneath the surface of the skin


Rosacea (roe-ZAY-she-uh) is a common skin condition that causes blushing or flushing and visible blood vessels in your face. It may also produce small, pus-filled bumps. These signs and symptoms may flare up for weeks to months and then go away for a while.

  • Facial blushing 
  • Thread veins
  • Bumps under the skin 
  • Burning sensation
  • Dry eyes


  • Mesoestetic®
  • Zo Skin health medical grade protocol

Vellus Hair

Baby hairs are thin, wispy hairs that sometimes grow around your hairline and on your face. Also called “peach fuzz” or “vellus,” What Is Peach Fuzz? Peach fuzz — or vellus hair — is translucent, soft hair that appears during childhood. We all have it, but it is just more noticeable in some people. While its purpose is to thermally protect the body by insulation and cooling through perspiration, it is okay to remove facial vellus hair


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