Stretch marks

Stretch marks are streak-like lines on the surface of the skin. They are often red or purple at first, before gradually fading to a silvery-white colour. Stretch marks develop when your skin has stretched considerably over a short period of time. The rapid stretching causes the dermis to break in places and allow the deeper layers of the skin to show through, forming stretch marks. Skin elasticity depends on your genes.

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Pigmented lesions

Although pigmented lesions are not dangerous to health, they are a common reason why people go to the dermatologist’s. Pigmented lesions belong to the most common cosmetic problems. Ugly brown spots are caused by an increase in the production and storing of pigment (melanin) in the skin. This dermatologic imperfection, which certainly does not boost confidence, affects more women than men.

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Dilated blood vessels on the face and legs

They are an aesthetic problem for men as well as women and they appear as people get older, approximately around the age of 30/40.  However, they can appear much sooner, for example, during puberty.

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Body hair

Body hair had a significant protective function of the skin against external influences in the past. Largely, it has been replaced by clothes and today body hair is seen more as a burden and most of us would rather get rid of it forever.

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Excessive sweating, hyperhidrosis

Not all sweating is normal sweating. About three percent of the world population suffers from hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating). There are several reasons, ranging from diseases such as tuberculosis, obesity, hypertension, and endocrine diseases up to menopause.

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Pores

Many people try to squeeze these black “dots” at home in front of the mirror although all dermatologists warn them about possible risks of inflammation.

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Problematic complexion and acne

Oily skin, red spots and painful blackheads can make everyday life unpleasant for many patients. Skin quality is, in general, influenced by genetics and hormones. For example, pregnant women often tend to have oily skin due to hormonal changes. A similar situation can be noticed by women who use hormonal contraceptives. Increase in the activity of sebaceous glands can be caused by stress or a wrong choice of cosmetic products.

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Moles

They can beauty marks but also a source of a dangerous disease. The human skin is covered with a smaller or bigger amount of pigmented and non-pigmented areas that tend to mutate under the influence of UV radiation and other factors. Therefore, it is inevitable to let these changes be monitored by experts. In general, moles are divided into malignant and benign tumours that can be in most cases easily removed. However, the most serious malignant melanoma that metastasises to distant organs, requires an immediate treatment.

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Skin tags

Skin tags (fibroma) are small pieces of skin, which may have a peduncle. They are very common and can develop at any age in both, men and women.

Mostly they tend to occur on the eyelids, neck, armpits, groin folds and under breasts. Skin tags can be of different sizes and colours, depending on the accumulation of melamine. A skin tag is often harmless (benign) but can be annoying. They develop primarily where skin rubs against skin or clothing, where we sweat most and they can get irritated, however, susceptibility may also be genetic. As they are not caused by an infection, skin tags are not contagious unlike warts. For the reasons outlined, most doctors recommend their removal.

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Cellulite

“Orange peel syndrome“does not have mercy upon you, therefore, we do not see any reason why you should have mercy upon it. More than 85% of the world’s female population suffers from cellulite.  Buxom women may be more prone to cellulite, but it does not stay away from models either.

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Wrinkles

Wrinkles are a representation of our life experience, worries as well as pleasure. They are a part of the natural ageing process and to a certain extent, they are determined genetically. However, their formation can be also conditioned by external factors, such as solar radiation, smoking or even the way how we sleep. Furthermore, genetics and your facial expressions contribute to the formation of wrinkles and fine lines too.

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Scars

Scars are an unpleasant memory of painful incidents, burns or surgical operations.  Even in adulthood, they can remind us of chickenpox from childhood or strong acne from puberty. Paradoxically, they can be found attractive in men, but generally patients want to get rid of them forever.

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Under-eye circles

Under-eye circles do not have to be a sign of a Bohemian life or everyday stress. You can inherit them. More than 50% of women suffer from them after the age of 30. Nevertheless, eye circles rank only 7th in aesthetic treatments. Why? Until now no product specially adapted to the delicate eye circles area existed.

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