Skin Concern Treatments at Ria London

Acne

Acne is a common skin condition, but one that can cause a lot of stress. Hair follicles become clogged with sebum (a natural oil) and dead skin cells can become stuck inside pores. This leads to outbreaks of pimples or zits.

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Acne scarring

ACNE SCARRING
Even once cleared up for good, acne can leave behind significant scarring. This can leave skin looking pitted, raised or dark in patches.

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Ageing, fine lines and wrinkles

Time changes all of us, but many people can feel self-conscious about the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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Body cleanse and exfoliation for pigmentation/scarring

BODY CLEANSE AND EXFOLIATION FOR PIGMENTATIONSCARRING
We offer targeted exfoliation treatments that can help with unwanted pigmentation or scarring.

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Breakouts and
blackheads

Blackheads are clogged hair follicles that appear on your skin as small, dark bumps. Whether you suffer from these or from other types of breakouts (zits, pimples, etc.), Ria has a treatment that will help.

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Milia/keratosis
pilaris

Milia are small dome-shaped white or yellow bumps bumps or cysts that often appear in clusters. These are the result of dead skin becoming trapped in pockets on the skin’s surface. Keratosis pilaris is a common, harmless skin condition. These patches of dry, rough, tiny bumps form when fine flakes of dead skin cells clog the hair follicles.

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Dull skin

DULL SKIN
Dull skin can be due to a lack of proper exfoliation. We have a range of treatments to add vibrancy back into your skin.

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Enlarged pores

Large, noticeable pores can be the result of excessive skin oil, elasticity, hair thickness, ageing, sun damage and genetics.

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Excessive sweating

EXCESSIVE SWEATING
Also called ‘hyperhidrosis’, excessive sweating can cause unnecessary embarrassment and have a significant impact on your quality of life.

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Fungal nails

Fungal nail infections are caused by many different types of fungi that live in the environment. These infections usually occur in toenails, but can appear on fingernails, too.

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Hair regeneration

Unwanted hair loss can be a difficult thing to deal with, and can be caused by genetics, hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of ageing.

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Intimate area lightening

Many people feel uncomfortable with dark skin around their genital areas. Discoloration may occur after childbirth, but change can also come as a result of hormonal shifts, infection or as part of the ageing process. Darker skin can also be revealed following hair removal.

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Melasma

Melasma is a condition that causes patches of skin to appear darker than your natural skin tone. This can be caused by sun damage or by hormones.

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Pigmentation and uneven skin tone

Uneven skin tone is often a result of hyperpigmentation, a condition caused by a spike in melanin production. This results in flat brown patches that are darker than your overall skin tone.

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Rosacea or redness

Rosacea is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition causing redness in the skin of the face.

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Rough or dry skin

Dry skin has many causes, including cold or dry weather, sun damage, harsh soap products and overbathing. The lack of moisture present in dry skin can cause a rough texture.

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Skin rejuvenation

Over time, skin may lose tone, feel less firm and lose the healthy glow of younger skin, while also being impacted by sun damage. Skin rejuvenation can be achieved in numerous ways.

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Skin tags or lesions

Also called acrochordons, skin tags are small, harmless flesh-coloured or brown growths. They are usually caused by friction – for example, by daily rubbing from clothes – and can be found on the neck, chest, back, armpits, under the breasts or in the groin.

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Skin tightening

As we age, the skin naturally loses elasticity. This can cause loose, sagging or drooping skin, often seen on the jawline and cheeks.

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Stretch marks

Stretch marks can be caused by pregnancy, weight loss/gain or simply through natural growth. They can appear anywhere on the body.

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Sun damage

UV damage from the sun can build up over time and can appear in different forms on the skin, including freckles and other dark spots.

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Tattoo removal

Many people experience regret over tattoos they’ve gotten in the past, for a variety of reasons

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Tone and texture concerns

PRP FACE REJUVENATION AND HAIR RESTORATION
A variety of skin tone and texture concerns can affect skin of all types and colours, and can include dry skin, dark spots, blotchiness or rough/bumpy skin.

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Vascular lesions (also called spider veins)

Over time, these red or purple veins in the legs can become quite starkly visible.

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Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a long-term condition where pale white patches develop on the skin, caused by a lack of melanin.

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