We spend so much time focusing on the face, that we forget acne can also occur in many other places, including the back. If you’re new to bacne, this article takes a deep dive into everything you need to know about this bothersome condition.
Austin Clinic helped many patients breeze through the cold, dry, moisture-depleting winter weather. Now that spring is here, the temperature is changing, the humidity is changing, sun exposure is changing, and you should be changing too… your skincare routine, that is.
Are you someone who asks why and how when it comes to anti-ageing skin care? Then we’ve got good news for you! In this article, we break down the main ingredients used in anti-ageing skin serums and tell you exactly how they keep your skin looking young and radiant.
Winter temperatures and cold weather activities can leave facial skin looking red or chapped. Before you slather on moisturiser and hope for the best, it’s wise to consider whether the cause of the redness is actually rosacea. Rosacea is a common skin condition that can last a lifetime, so it’s important to recognise it and treat it as soon as possible.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that affects nearly half a billion people worldwide. Rosacea is often misunderstood, even by the people diagnosed with the condition. Austin Clinic would like to help correct that. This article focuses in on the four types of rosacea and treatment options to help you find relief.
Austin Clinic invites you to sit back, relax, and put on a mask…a skin-beautifying fruit enzyme mask. Created by Melbourne’s own Aspect Skincare company, this exceptional mask uses ‘delicious’ ingredients like fruit enzymes and coffee extract to correct: