Conditions

Acne scarring


Even after the acne has been treated, it can leave behind acne scarring and uneven skin tone. Dr Grace and team has the experience and training to be able to offer the best acne scarring solutions, leaving your skin glowing and flawless. Chemical Peels M22 IPL/Laser Micro-needling HydraFacial Medical skincare




Pigmentation


Pigmentation of the skin can be caused by a number of factors including illness, injury, medication, sun exposure and age. At Dr Grace Kelly aesthetic clinic Gerrards Cross, we can treat these areas off pigmentation to maintain a flawless skin tone. Obagi Medical Skin care range Obagi Chemical peel HydraFacial M22 IPL/Laser Micro-needling Zo Skin Care range




Skin rejuvenation


Our age and lifestyle can take its toll on our skin. At Our Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross Skin rejuvenation clinic we offer the latest technologies to allow effective skin rejuvenation




Acne


Acne is a common skin condition that affects most people at some point in their life, and while more common in teenagers, it can affect many adults as well. It causes spots, oily skin, and can sometimes lead to scarring and post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation. There are different types of acne including whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, nodules, and cystic lesions. Acne can be hereditary but also can be caused by other factors such as excess sebum (oil) production in the follicles and also bacteria and hormones. Acne most often affects the face, but it may spread to involve the neck, chest, and back. It can have a significant impact on your emotional well-being, especially if it results in scarring. Acne is a common condition we see in our clinic and one which responds well to treatment. Our therapists can use a combination of medical grade skincare as well as lasers, Hydrafacials and many more treatments to have your skin looking its best. Chemical Peels M22 IPL/Laser Micro-needling HydraFacial Obagi Medical skincare ZO Medical skincare




Crow's Feet Lines


Crow’s feet lines occur at the outer corners of the eyes and are sometimes referred to as ‘smile’ or ‘laughter’ lines. They form when we smile or squint and as the skin loses collagen and elastin with age, reducing its elasticity. Loss of volume in the cheek, also a natural part of the ageing process, contributes to the formation of crow’s feet lines too. Crow’s feet lines usually start to show from your mid-twenties onwards and are often more prominent at an earlier age if you have been over-exposed to the sun or if you smoke. We offer a variety of treatment options for this condition including anti wrinkle injections ( Botox ) These options will be discussed with you at your consultation.




Wrinkles


Wrinkles are one of the most common skin conditions we treat at our Gerrards Cross. aesthetics clinic, affecting most people as they get older and usually appearing in women at a younger age than men. Wrinkles can appear all over the body but are most common and most visible around the eyes, forehead and mouth as well as the neck, décolletage and hands. They are caused by exposure to the sun, the effects of natural muscle movement and by loss of collagen and natural oils in the skin as we get older. Genetic and environmental factors can also contribute to this condition. our highly skilled team offer a wide range of treatment options for wrinkles including Profhilo and anti-wrinkle injections. Laser Skin Resurfacing. These will be discussed with you at your treatment consultation.




Double Chin


This is one of the most common conditions that we see across all age groups and results in a layer of fat forming below the chin or jawline. It is often caused by weight gain but several other causes are possible, including loosening of the skin and genetics. Poor posture can also contribute by loosening muscles in both the neck and the chin areas. Diet and certain exercises may help to tone a double chin, but for best resuts we will usually recommend either Exilis Ultra or Aqualyx injections to dissolve small areas of fat.




Dark Circle under eyes


This is often a genetic condition, common in both men and women. It may also affect younger people, particularly if they have a chronic illness. Dark circles usually form due to pigmentation and/or blood vessels showing through from beneath the skin, or by shadows formed due to volume loss. They are sometimes accompanied by puffiness around the eyes. Ageing can also play its part as the skin loses collagen with age, making dark circles more noticeable. Allergies, exposure to the sun, dehydration, stress and lack of sleep can all influence the appearance of dark circles too. Treatment options include T ear Trough Filler or Hydrafacial Eye Perk and Medical Skincare




Forehead Lines


Possibly one of the most common conditions that we treat at Dr Grace Kelly aesthetic slin clinic, forehead lines affect us often from mid-20’s onwards. They are caused by the natural loss of collagen in the skin and the muscle activity that occurs when the eyebrows are raised or lowered. Exposure to the sun and smoking are other common factors that can both cause and exaggerate this condition. Our medical aesthetics team can offer a range of treatments, including anti-wrinkle injections, Medical skincare, Laser skin treatments to smooth out or remove forehead lines and rejuvenate old, tired or dehydrated skin.




Sagging Skin


sagging skin is a natural part of the ageing process due to loss of collagen and elastin from the mid-twenties onwards and is likely to affect everyone at some point in their lives. It is usually most visible on the face, arms and neck but can appear almost anywhere on the body. Exilis Ultra is a very effective advanced skin tightening treatment for this condition.




Scars


A scar is composed of fibrous tissue and is the body’s natural way of replacing lost or damaged skin. Scars form for many different reasons, including as a result of infections, surgery, injuries, or inflammation of the tissue. Scars may appear anywhere on the body, and the composition of a scar may vary. A scar may appear flat, lumpy, sunken, or colored. It may be painful or itchy. The final look of a scar depends on many factors, including the skin type and location on the body.





Prices may vary slightly according to specific patient needs but as a guide:

 

Smokers lines top lip

£280 1ml - additonal syringe - £200

 

Nose to mouth lines

£280 1ml - additonal syringe £200

 

Marionette lines / turn up downturned mouth corners

£290 1ml - additonal syringe - £200

 

Temple Filler

£320 - additonal syringe £200

 

Tear trough (under eye) filler

£350 1ml - additonal syringe - £200

 

Nose reshaping

£350 

 

Cheek filler

starts from £290

 

Chin Filler 

starts from £290

 

Jawline Filler 

 

Dermal filler facelift