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Skin Analysis

One of the first steps on your journey to healthier and better-looking skin is understanding its current condition and state of health.  An effective way of doing so is by having a professional and in-depth analysis undertaken using our state-of-the-art Visia Skin Analysis camera.


Lines, Wrinkles & Ageing

 As we age, our bodies no longer produce as much  collagen as they once did.  This means that a greater amount of collagen is being lost than what is being replenished. This results in those tell-tale signs of ageing: lines and wrinkles on the face, neck and hands.  However, these days, there are several proven treatments to deal with this issue.

Skin Firming

Loose or sagging skin occurs when internal or external factors affect the key molecules that help keep the skin elastic, firm and hydrated. Unfortunately, skin that is no longer as firm as it once had been is also an inevitable part of the ageing process.  But at About Faces Noosa, we offer a number of treatments to improve this concern.  

Pigmentation & Sun Spots

Although pigmentation and dark spots in the skin are most commonly caused by sun exposure, they can also be caused by hormones, medication or skin injury. When the skin is stressed by such things, it reacts by increasing its amount of melanocytes (pigment producing cells).  This results in pigmentation and dark spots.  

Redness & Rosacea

Do you suffer from constantly flushed cheeks or from a nose that seems too red?  Or perhaps your facial redness is  even more pronounced and caused by the skin condition of Rosacea?  As we age, such problems can often increase so click on the link below to see how we can help you to 'tone down the red'!

Facial Veins

Broken blood vessels or spider veins on the nose and/or cheeks is a common complaint.  The nose and cheeks are highly vascular areas and the skin is much finer here than on other parts of the body allowing the veins to show through.  However, effective treatments are available to treat facial veins.


With acne prone skin, breakouts happen more easily and more often than for those without this skin type.  Unfortunately, acne does not always just “go away on its own.” Instead, acne prone skin requires consistent treatment over a number of months to effectively manage.  Click below to see how we can help you get clear skin back.

Acne Scarring

Acne scarring can seriously affect a person's confidence and self-esteem.  However, these days there is no need to put up with this issue as there is a range of treatments which can help repair the damage done to the skin after acne.  Click below to learn what these options are.

Red Moles

Red moles, or 'cherry angiomas', are common skin growths that can develop on most parts of the body.  A collection of small blood vessels within the mole is what gives the angioma its red appearance. Some people are quite prone to developing such moles from about the age of 30 onwards. 

Hair Removal

There are many different options when it comes to hair removal.  Waxing has been around for years and is one of the most popular methods for temporary hair removal, while laser hair removal is an option for those who want a permanent approach to getting rid of their body hair.

Surgical Scarring

Scarring is a natural part of the healing process following injury. Scar tissue is made of the same protein as skin, but its collagen is laid out in a different fibre formation which makes it far less elastic  and therefore more noticeable.  At About Faces Noosa, we have highly effective treatments available to improve the colour and appearance of your scars.

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Skin Tags

Skin tags are unsightly, benign growths usually less than 2mm in size, although they can also be larger.  They are made of collagen (a type of protein) and blood vessels surrounded by skin. Skin tags are usually found in folds of the skin such as in the armpits, groin, thighs, eyelids, neck or under the breasts.

Leg Veins

Unsightly veins occur in the leg when tiny, one-way valves inside the veins have weakened. In healthy veins, these valves push the blood in one direction -  towards the heart - but where the valves have weakened, some of the blood flows backwards to accumulate in the vein. 

Feminine Issues

Following childbirth, women often suffer from vaginal laxity or mild urinary incontinence. For others, the issue may be painful intercourse or that they simply don't like the appearance of their genitals.  Whatever the issue  'down there' may be, we can offer an effective treatment called ThermiVa.

Stubborn Fat

If you have stubborn pockets of fat, such as saddle bags on your thighs or love handles on your hips, ultrasonic fat cavitation is here to help.  Exercise and diet alone are often not enough to make an impact on such problem areas as the problem is caused by an uneven distribution of fat cells in the region of concern. 

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