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Our skin is a vital organ – it acts as a barrier to bacteria and is the first line of defence against infection. However, over time it can become damaged, and there are various ways this damage can be shown. Many of these problems don’t pose a medical risk, so a lot of people don’t see their GP’s about it, and instead suffer with skin problems that cause issues such as low self-esteem.
At YourGP, we’re different and we can help you with your skin problems using a combination of our expert knowledge and the Beau Visage technology.
The best part is that we offer this service for free.
The Beau Visage is a system that allows you to understand how your skin has been damaged over the years by providing a full skin health analysis. It does this by taking a series of photographs using a special camera and computer technology to analyse the images. The Beau Visage system can effectively “see” up to 2mm below the skin surface.
The images might look strange, as they show the damage highlighted in multiple ways, but our expert Cosmetic Technician, Sarah Brown, will be there to talk you through the results, what they mean for the damage your skin may have received, and the best solutions to treat it.
The Beau Visage consultation will also be repeated throughout various stages of any treatment, so as you see results on the outside of your skin as you have your treatments, you can be reassured and confident that the treatment is working under the skin too.
Skin problems such as rosacea, pigmentation issues, scars (such as acne scars), thread veins and many other skin ailments such as these can be both analysed buy the Beau Visage system and treated by our Cosmetic Technician. Treatments can range from skin care products to IPL sessions or microdermabrasion.
We’re here for you when you need us.
All my needs, including requests for appointments and treatment enquiries, were met with enthusiasm and sense of wanting to help. No question seemed inappropriate or trivial.