Dermatological Conditions

Various Dermatological Conditions

At Skinthetics Cosmetic Clinic, we offer solutions and treatments for various skin conditions. Our experienced cosmetic doctors and nurses work with the latest technologies to give you the best outcome in minimal time.

What are the most common skin conditions?

Below are the most common skin conditions and how our experts can help with the treatment


Acne is a common skin condition that begins with blackheads and erupts into whiteheads or pimples. It typically affects teenagers during puberty but can affect individuals of all ages.

Acne occurs when sebaceous glands on the face, neck and back produce excess oil in response to hormonal changes, which clog pores and form breakouts; bacteria then infect this oil to produce inflammatory acne.

Acne affects people of all ages and can be unsightly; it is not only a cosmetic problem but can, in severe cases, cause permanent scarring. However, it is also generally easy to treat with the help of cosmetic professionals such as those at Skinthetics Cosmetic Clinic.

Acne can be successfully treated using medications, suitable cosmetic products, LED lights, laser treatments and medical peels and facials such as microdermabrasion.

For tailored solutions, contact the expert cosmetic doctors and nurses at Skinthetics Cosmetic Clinic.


Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes flushing and blushing of the face. It can affect people from all walks of life regardless of age, sex or race. People with Rosacea usually have facial redness but may also experience a burning sensation and dry skin.

Medical treatment is available for Rosacea that includes topical or oral medications and light therapies.

Contact the expert cosmetic doctors and nurses at Skinthetics Cosmetic Clinic for more information on Rosacea Treatments.


Boils (also called furuncles) are a deep form of bacterial infection of a hair follicle. They present as one or more tender red spots, lumps or pustules. Careful inspection reveals that the boil is centered on a hair follicle.


Boils are usually treated by lancing and oral  antibiotics.


If there are multiple heads, the lesion is called a carbuncle. Large boils form abscesses, which involve an accumulation of pus. Cellulitis (ie, infection of the surrounding tissues) may also occur, and this may cause fever and illness.


A carbuncle is usually treated through antibiotics, pain relievers and antibacterial soaps. If the carbuncle is persistent, it can be removed using surgery.


Hives are superficial skin-coloured or pale skin swellings, usually surrounded by redness that lasts anywhere from a few minutes to 24 hours. Usually very itchy they may have a burning sensation. This condition is often caused by allergies or stress. Treatments are available for this condition that include antihistamines and topical products.


Folliculitis is a skin condition in which there are inflamed hair follicles. The result is a tender red spot, often with a surface pustule. It can be due to infection, occlusion, irritation and various skin diseases.


Folliculitis may be superficial or deep and can affect anywhere there are hairs, including chest, back, buttocks, arms, and legs. Treatment consists of various creams to fight off or control infection and reduce inflammation. It can also be treated through minor surgery and laser hair removal.


Cellulitis is an infection of the deep layers of skin and subcutaneous tissue. Cellulitis is a serious infection and should be treated immediately. It is characterized by painful, swollen, red skin that is tender and warm to the touch. It spreads rapidly and is caused by fungi or bacteria which enter the body through cuts or cracks in the skin.


Cellulitis is usually treated with prescribed antibiotics. If you’re experiencing chills, fever, or a red streaking from the rash then you could have a serious infection and need urgent medical attention.

Actinic Keratosis

An actinic keratosis (AK) is a rough, scaly patch on the skin that has been caused by overexposure to sunlight. Actinic keratosis usually appears in areas most exposed to the sun and can be characterized by a scaly or crusty patch of skin. It is considered precancerous and is a reflection of abnormal skin cell development due to DNA damage by short-wavelength UVB. Contact our professional medical staff at Skinthetics Cosmetic Clinic for the perfect solutions.

Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis  is a type of chronic, recurring skin rash that may appear as scaly red patches on the face, legs and arms. The itching and scratching associated with this condition can cause open sores that become infected.

Why do you need to contact us for all Dermatological conditions?

You need help and are overwhelmed by the number of possible solutions out there. There are many clinics and doctors for this very purpose, but how can we trust who is right for us?

Who will give us the best treatment at an affordable price with excellent results? At Skinthetics Cosmetic Clinic we understand your concerns. No matter what type of dermatological problem you have, our clinic will provide effective treatment at a reasonable cost compared to other options available on the market today! Our specialists in all fields of dermatology work together as a team so that patients receive care from multiple modalities, including medical, cosmetic & laser treatments when required. 

For a thorough skin consultation and to get started on your treatment, call Skinthetics Cosmetic Clinic on 0406011527 today.

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We recommend a consultation at the clinic with one of our highly trained specialists for an individualised skin plan to give you the radiant skin that you have been longing for