Consultations and a wide range of dermatological and cosmetic procedures are available at i-Time Clinic.
We can help you look after your skin. Skin is one of the most important part of the human body, we need it for protection, sensation and temperature regulation. The way we look and the condition of our skin often has a great impact our self esteem and confidence. We specialise in skin and provide a full-range of treatments in our purpose-designed treatment room. We try and provide a ‘one-stop’ service and will happily treat all minor skin lesions including facial moles, cysts, warts, skin tags, age-spots and seborrhoeic warts. In most cases no GP referral is required.
Acne is a very common skin condition characterised by comedones (blackheads and whiteheads) and pus-filled spots (pustules). It usually starts at puberty and varies in severity from a few spots on the face, neck, back and chest, which most adolescents will have at some time, to a more significant problem that may cause scarring and impact on self-confidence. For the majority it tends to resolve by the late teens or early twenties, but it can persist for longer in some people.
Acne can develop for the first time in people in their late twenties or even the thirties. It occasionally occurs in young children as blackheads and/or pustules on the cheeks or nose (BAD 2013)
Rosacea is a common rash, usually occurring on the face, which predominantly affects both middle-aged (age range 40 to 60 years old) and fair-skinned people. It is more common in women, but tends to be more severe in men. It is a chronic condition and, in any individual, the severity tends to come and go. Rosacea tends to affect the cheeks, forehead, chin and nose, and is characterised by redness, dilated blood vessels, small red bumps and pus-filled spots (sometimes these may only be visible with a magnifying glass), often with a tendency to blush easily. There may also be uncomfortable inflammation of the eyes and eyelid (BAD 2013)
Other common skin conditions:
Epidermoid and Pilar Cysts (previously Sebaceous cysts)