• Large pores

    Ageing, genetics and oily skin determine the size of pores. Unclean and oliy skin are partially responsible for enlarged pores.

  • Whiteheads

    Also known as “closed comedons,” they are primarily a sign of acne filed with skin debris, bacteria and sebum oil. Whiteheads are non inflammatory acne.

  • Blackheads

    Known as open comedons. They are black in colour due to sebum becoming oxydisied and are non inflammatory acne.

  • Papules

    Skin lesions, also known as “acne vulgaris”, vary in colour from pink, red or purple and are surrounded by skin inflammation.

  • Pustules

    Also known as “acne vulgaris.” These are middle-sized bumps that have a noticably white or yellow dot in the middle and have surrounded inflamed redness.

  • Nodules/Cysts/Acne conglobata

    A severe form of acne vulgaris.

  • Teen acne

    Affects many teenagers and is often linked to hormonal changes in puberty. It’s important to address this condition from the beginning.

  • Adult acne

    Mainly linked to stress and hormonal changes.