Skin Conditions


Skin Conditions



Hyperpigmentation is very common on the skin of color, as darker skin tones already have a higher melanin content. Burns, bruises, acne, rashes, or other trauma to the skin can cause it to produce more melanin and lead to dark spots.

Post Acne Masks & Scar

Post-acne marks are small dark spots left behind after the breakout has subsided. Acne scars form when the skin produces too little or too much collagen as it heals.

Mature Skin With Low Elasticity

Skin changes as we age: fine lines and wrinkles appear first and deepen over time. As part of your natural aging process, the skin tends to sag when the elastin (a protein in your skin) breaks down.

Wrinkles & Fine Lines

Fine lines and wrinkles are two common signs of skin aging.A variety of different factors can lead to fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of aging on your skin: natural aging process, excessive sun exposure, muscle movement, smoking, and gravity.

Acne skin

Acne is caused by an interaction between hormones, skin oils, and bacteria, which results in inflammation of hair follicles. Rising hormone levels during puberty may cause acne.

Pimples & Blackhead

Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because they have a dark blackish-looking head. Blackheads differ from pimples because they are non-inflamed blemishes. 

Allergy Prone Skin

If you have sensitive skin that easily turns red, breaks out in a rash, itches, or becomes delicate, chances are you have allergy-prone skin. Skin of this nature needs special care and the right products.

Sluggish Skin

Sluggish skin is usually dull, tired and lacking oxygen. It also refers to skin that has lost its natural complexion. If your body isn't getting enough oxygen, you may feel tired and lethargic. So does your skin.

Adult Acne

Adult acne is usually associated with our teen years. It’s not well known why certain adults continue to develop acne, but genetic factors seem to play a role. 

Dehydrated Skin, Prone To Congestion

Dehydrated skin is skin that lacks water, unlike dry skin that lacks oil (skin’s natural oils). Run your hand across your face, when your skin feels heavy and rough, it's a sign of congestion and dehydration.

Oily Skin With Dilated Pores

Having naturally oily skin makes you prone to having large pores. A number of contributing factors like hormonal imbalances, extremely dry conditions, poor diet, and the use of wrong skin care products can also trigger the sebaceous glands to produce more oil or sebum than what the skin really needs.

Delicate And Sensitive Skin

Delicate and sensitive skin can start from a slight itch, to more extreme circumstances, which can lead to visible skin changes like redness, dryness, scaling, peeling, bumps, acne breakouts, hives or hyperpigmentation.