Age and lifestyle can take its toll on our skin. At South Devon Medi Spa we offer the latest technologies to allow effective skin rejuvenation. Gentle glycolic peels from Obagi leave the skin bright and refreshed.
Skin loses its elasticity with age and, when coupled with repeated muscle movements fine lines and wrinkles form. Dr Tanya, Dr Glenning, Dr Rochester and Dr Cam can help to smooth out such lines leaving the face looking refreshed.
Lip fillers are a great way to enhance your natural shape and volume, giving them a full, youthful appearance. Dr Tanya, Dr Glenning and Dr Rochester have all trained on Harley Street in order that they can deliver the very best results.
The jawline can be a reflection of your age as skin starts to lose its elasticity, causing jowls, wrinkles and sagging skin. South Devon Medi Spa can help you to lift and tighten this area, keeping your jawline taut and defined
Pigmentation of the skin can be caused by a number of factors including illness, injury, medication, sun exposure and age. At South Devon Medi Spa we can treat these areas to maintain a flawless skin tone.
As the face gets older, it reveals signs of ageing such as sagging skin, wrinkles and uneven skintone. For those who aren’t mentally or financially ready to commit to invasive facelift treatment, we offer a non-surgical alternative that effectively tightens and smooths the face to give a younger appearance.
We spend a lot of time on our feet, both at work and at home. Many people suffer from corns and calluses, these are areas of hard, thickened skin that develop when the skin is exposed to excessive pressure or friction. They are common and can cause pain and discomfort when you walk.
If you have cracked heels or areas of hard painful skin on your feet then consider seeing our Podiatrist for expert treatment.
An ingrown toenail develops when the sides of the toenail grow into the surrounding skin. The nail curls and pierces the skin, which becomes red, swollen and tender.
The big toe is often affected, either on one or both sides. Other possible symptoms include:
- pain if pressure is placed on the toe
- inflammation of the skin at the end of the toe
- a build-up of fluid in the area surrounding the toe
- an overgrowth of skin around the affected toe
- white or yellow pus coming from the affected area
In order to have your ingrown nail assessed book a consultation with our expert podiatrist. Some ingrown nails respond well to initial treatment, others require nail surgery.
Fungal nail infections usually start at the edge of the nail
They often then spread to the middle. The nail becomes discoloured and lifts off
The nail becomes brittle and pieces can break off. It can cause pain and swelling in the skin around the nail.
If you suffer from fungal nail infections and things are getting worse rather than better the first step is to book a consultation with our podiatrist.