Oily Skin

What is oily skin?

The medical term for oily skin is seborrhoea. This is defined as excessively oily skin caused by overactive sebaceous glands and can affect women and men alike. This process can occur on your face, scalp, chest, and folds of your skin including underarms and breasts.

If you have oily skin, it can feel unpleasant and heavy on your skin causing you to preoccupy yourself with your appearance.  Oily skin can also get dirty quicker than normal skin does. When you have oily skin, your makeup may be hard to apply and even feel like it runs off during the day. Some people with oily skin can get greasy, scaly, and red patches of skin, known as seborrhoeic dermatitis. Oily skin can also lead to acne.

Treatments for oily skin

Oily skin on your face can affect your self-confidence. Once we’ve isolated the causes of your oily skin, we use a combination of topical skincare and cosmetic and laser treatments to safely and effectively treat your skin considering your preferences.

Our cosmetic and laser treatments for oily skin include:

RF micro-needling: This skin treatment uses a combination of radiofrequency (RF) energy and micro-needling. By creating heat within the superficial layers of your skin, the RF energy carefully breaks down elastin fibres and old collagen. While this is happening the micro-needling stamp is used to stimulate cell regeneration to repair the skin. This results in a visible reduction of enlarged pores and improves skin texture and tone

Laser Genesis: This medical-grade laser technology pulses micro-beams of laser energy into the dermis to stimulate collagen. This improves your overall skin texture and tone.

Chemical peels: Our chemical peels include mild glycolic peels to improve and even out skin tone and more penetrating chemical peels for acne.


Taking the Next Step

If you have questions, or would like to schedule a consultation, call Innova Aesthetics at +92 321 5428888, or complete the following form to request your consultation today.

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