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Here in the Southern Hemisphere, we consider ourselves lucky that summer coincides not only with school holidays, but also, Christmas, New Year and the end of one year and the beginning of another. As the busy year begins to wind down, it seems the perfect time to lie back, take some time off no matter […]
As we age, the repetitive use of the facial muscles under our skin begins causes wrinkle formation that progresses from being dynamic (ie present only when we use those muscles eg frown lines) to being static (ie present even when those muscles are not being used eg “angry lines” or “the 11s”; the grooves that […]
A few weeks ago, my team and I were trained in the use of a machine that allows more uniform and less uncomfortable injection of the same drug used in dermal fillers, directly under the skin. I have posted about skinboosters before here and here. Until recently, I was doing these manually, with great results […]
Source - Plastic and Reconstructive Journal, 2009 by Guyuron - Looking at 180 sets of identical twins at the annual Twins Festival in Ohio These articles by plastic surgeon Dr Guyuron set out to examine risk factors for ageing that could be controlled by what doctors commonly refer to in Medicine as ‘modifiable risk factors”, […]
Giving You More Options with Medical Grade Skincare As I’ve branched into skincare and injectables, I field many enquiries regularly about skin regimens, if I know any that are worth spending on, evidence-based and what I would recommend. As women, we feel a real pressure in a society that judges us first, by our looks. […]
I often get people coming in and asking for filler, afraid it’ll change the way they look, or be too obvious. Most of the time, they underestimate how much they need; occasionally, I get caught out too. Most people don’t want to look like The Real Housewives of Sydney. They don’t want to look fake, […]
Dr Imaan Joshi trained at Sydney University and graduated in 2001. Between 2001-2004 she spent 3 years in a rural NSW town, doing much more procedural work than most junior doctors undertake in city hospitals. This led to her passion for surgery and Women’s Health, and she was accepted into a training program to begin […]
So why is that a problem? Well. This is where my passion for primary prevention, ie General Practice, which is the speciality focused on preventing things from going south in the first place, shows. Prevention is always better than cure, so I encourage people to be proactive about their skin just like their health. So […]
LED takes the power of light therapy to the next level to correct even more skin imperfections in one place than ever before. Our specifically formulated treatments use over 4000 LED lights in a combination of red, yellow, green and blue to make an exclusive blend of skin-perfecting light therapy. LED Therapy is your secret […]
Previously we wrote about the types of acne and its causes. In this blog we'll discuss the long term effects and some of the treatments for problem acne. What is the treatment for acne? Mild acne Creams, gels and washes, OTC as well as prescribed, often work well, as part of a regular and basic […]
Acne is a common, ongoing skin disorder affecting the skin, hair follicle and the glands in the skin that produce an oily substance called sebum. Acne typically first may be noticed around the onset of puberty due to hormonal and other changes associated with it. It affects men and women of all races and ethnicities […]
There has been a recent surge of interest in thread lifts and I have been getting some questions around them. There are different types of threads that can be used to lift areas of the face that are traditionally less responsive to the use of fillers, which typically can help add some volume to parts of the face, traditionally the mid face […]
In consultation with patients, I’m frequently surprised by the confusion and misinformation that exists out there, even among otherwise educated patients. It’s no surprise then, that the beauty industry is as successful as it is, with so many markets selling regimens that aren’t based in fact or evidence. At Skin Essentials we try our best […]
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Skin Essentials will reopen the week beginning 11th October 2021.
Per NSW government regulations, only double vaccinated patients will be served when we reopen and we will be checking vaccination certificates for all patients upon booking. This requirement may change as of December 1st, and we will advise you accordingly.
Please email us (email@example.com) or text us (0413174654) your vaccination certificate as soon after booking as you can. We will not be able to see anyone for treatments or confirm appointments without this.
In the interest of full disclosure, transparency and patient safety, all patient facing staff will be fully vaccinated by the time of reopening. Please read our reopening FAQ for more information.