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Acne is a condition in which the sebaceous glands in the skin become clogged with excess oil, forming spots, pimples and cysts. Although typically seen during puberty, it is becoming more prevalent in adult women. There are many OTC products available and, without treatment, permanent scars can appear.

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Acne Scars

As difficult as they may be to deal with when you are young, acne scars become even more noticeable with age, since skin loses collagen. There are treatments available to address the different types of scars, from a simple filler to add volume, to laser treatments that can smooth rough, pitted skin.

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Pigmentation means coloration. Pigmentation disorders—which may affect patches of skin or your whole body—can be caused by too little or too much melanin, sun damage, genetics, pregnancy, or a number of other things. Some of the more popular treatments for pigmentation disorders are chemical peels, dermabrasion and laser resurfacing.

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Age Spots

Age spots are flat brown or dark gray spots on the skin. The exact cause is not known, but they are usually associated with UV exposure. They pose no particular health risk but, for cosmetic reasons, may be treated with bleach, IPL, chemical peels, dermabrasion or cryosurgery.

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Scars are permanent patches of skin that form over wounds when they heal. Though many fade over time, they often remain pinker or darker than the surrounding, healthy skin. Treatments may include over-the-counter or prescription creams or ointments, chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser resurfacing and skin-smoothing surgery.

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Cellulite is normal fat beneath the skin. The lumpy, or “cottage cheese” look is caused by the fat pushing against the top layer of connective tissue and is found in people both fat and thin. Among the multiple treatments offered are freezing, laser treatments, massage, injectables and liposuction.

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Double Chin

A double chin is a roll of fat below your chin, so that it looks like you have two chins. It may be caused by heredity, excess weight, or loss of skin elasticity due to aging. Treatments may include specific exercises, as well as lipolysis (a laser treatment) and injectables (Kybella).

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Melasma is a patchy, facial skin discoloration caused by excessive UV exposure or hormonal changes, such as during pregnancy. (It is often called a “pregnancy mask.”) As with age spots, melasma poses no health risks and may be treated with bleach, IPL, chemical peels, dermabrasion or cryosurgery.

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Spider Veins

Spider veins are small, dilated blood vessels near the skin’s surface, most frequently on the legs and feet. They are usually not painful but can be after long periods of standing. The two primary treatments are sclerotherapy, which closes the veins, so the blood is rerouted, and laser surgery.

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Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are bands of skin that appear after sudden changes in weight, such as during pregnancy, and an increase in cortisone which is produced by the adrenal gland and causes loss of elasticity. Treatments that may potentially remove stretch marks include Retin-A, several types of laser therapies and microdermabrasion.

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Sun Damage

Sun damage can cause a variety of problems, from discoloration, wrinkles and leathery skin to cancer. Just as there are multiple results possible from overexposure to ultraviolet light, there are multiple treatment options. Your practitioner will recommend the treatment best suited to addressing the type of damage you have.

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Wrinkle, Fine lines

Wrinkles and fine lines can be caused by aging, sun damage, and poor nutrition, and are often as much a product of heredity as any environmental problems. Depending on their cause, severity and location, treatment options can range from non-invasive injectables to face-lift surgery.

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Volume Loss-Face

Loss of facial volume is most often caused by the loss of skin elasticity that comes with aging. Two of the primary treatment methods are fat grafting, in which fat tissue is removed from one area of the body and injected into the face, and the use of injectables.

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Volume Loss Butt

As we age, our body’s collagen production is reduced, and skin loses its elasticity. This can cause a loss of volume in the buttocks. In recent years, “butt lifts,” or transferring fat from one area of the body to the buttocks, has become one of the most requested cosmetic procedures.

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Excess Body Fat

Liposuction is the removal of fat tissue from a specific area of the body. There are several different techniques, but they all involve inserting a tube into an incision and suctioning out the fat. If massive weight loss is required or desired, gastric bypass surgery may be an option.

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Dark Circles Under Eyes/ Eye Bags

Both dark circles and eye bags have multiple potential causes, from genetics to lack of sleep, poor nutrition, and aging. There are just as many potential remedies, from using cucumber slices to pricey creams and ”eye bag” surgery. Consult with your doctor for the best treatment for you.

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Excessive Sweating

Although sweating is the body’s natural way of cooling itself down in hot weather or during exercise, excessive sweating for no apparent reason, called “hyperhidrosis,” may be an indication of a thyroid problem, diabetes or an infection. This should be brought to the attention of your physician.

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Hair Loss

Hair loss can be caused by certain medications, hormonal changes (such as pregnancy), medical conditions, trauma, nutritional deficiencies or genetics. There are many hair replacement options, but the cause may also be an underlying medical condition or disease. It is safest to discuss the situation with your physician.

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Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is any lack of bladder control, from slight leakage when you cough or laugh to frequent, sudden urges that disrupt your life. Though often part of aging, it is not inevitable. Evaluation by a physician can help determine the cause and what can be done to treat it.

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Vagina Dryness

Vaginal dryness is most often caused by lack of estrogen, which is why it is often more prominent after menopause. Symptoms may be burning, itching or pain during intercourse. There are several vaginal creams available, as well as an estrogen treatment. Consult with your physician for the optimum solution for you.

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Vagina Laxity

Vaginal laxity is a “looseness” of the vagina, usually as the result of aging or childbirth. It can lead to loss of lubrication, affecting sensitivity during sexual intercourse and the ability to have an orgasm. Treatments include Kegel exercises, topical applications, and several different vaginal surgery procedures.

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Lack of Energy

The causes of loss of energy are innumerable, from lack of sleep and depression to adrenal fatigue and food allergies. Unless you are experiencing the usual, occasional lack of energy—the “for tonight I’m a couch potato” syndrome—discuss the problem with your physician to find the underlying cause.

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Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19 View Update

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Dearest Clients,

We are aware of the current activity of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 in the region.

Flawless Skin BY Abby leadership team is actively monitoring the Coronavirus situation.

We recognize the seriousness of COVID-19 and, to be clear, our sole concern is for your safety and the safety of our team members. As healthcare professionals, above all else, we must always be vigilant regarding public health.

Based on available data, it appears that the virus is not particularly harmful to younger and otherwise healthy people. While it is still too early to gauge the broader impact the virus will have in the Nigeria, we know that the virus is very contagious and can be transmitted during an asymptomatic phase.

Accordingly, we would like to offer 10 universal community precautions that should be employed to mitigate viral spread:

  1. No handshaking and avoid crowded spaces if possible.
  2. Use your elbow or knuckle to press elevator buttons, light switches, etc. Lift the gasoline dispenser with a paper towel or disposable gloves.
  3. Open doors with a closed fist or hip if possible.
  4. Wash your hands regularly for 10-20 seconds and/or use a greater than 60% alcohol-based hand sanitizer whenever you return home.
  5. If possible cough or sneeze into a disposable tissue and discard. Use your elbow only if you have to.
  6. High dose (1000mg) vitamin C and zinc lozenges have been shown to boost immunity and thwart the spread of the viral pathogens.
  7. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth.
  8. Should you decide to wear a mask, use one with a N95 designation and discard after one day.
  9. Practice other good health habits. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home, work or school, especially when someone is ill. Get plenty of sleep, be physically active, manage your stress, drink plenty of fluids, and eat nutritious food.
  10. If you are sick - stay home.

Additionally, we want to minimize the risk of transmission in our facility while continuing to deliver great experiences to you, our clients.

Our commitment has always been to provide a pristine environment for our clients. To further ensure we are delivering on that promise, we will implement and/or continue to employ the following measures over the coming weeks:

  • We are ordering protective eyewear and face masks for all client facing providers (aestheticians, MAs, RNs, PAs, NPs, and MDs). Gloves will continue to be used.
  • Viricidal disinfectant wipes will continue to be used to clean all treatment rooms and door handles before and after every procedure or service.
  • Our providers will continue to wash their hands before and after every procedure or service.
  • Lobby areas will be cleaned by the front desk every thirty minutes.
  • Our teams will reserve the right to refuse service to any clients who are actively experiencing cold or flu symptoms. Cancellation fees will be waived.
  • Any team members with active cold or flu symptoms will not to come to work.

In the face of this unique challenge it is imperative that we all work together to promote safety while still enjoying our lives. If you have any questions regarding our policies please do not hesitate to contact the office via email or any of our hotlines – 08174913220, 08183201854.

Thank you,

Abimbola Bakare Founder/CEO

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