Dry Skin

Quick facts

Common causes of dry skin

  • Poor use of appropriate moisturisers
  • Changes in the climate
  • Long hot showers and baths
  • Soap
  • Medications and drugs
  • Medical conditions – like eczema and psoriasis
     

Dry skin FAQ's

What causes dry skin?

Usually something in the environment, or something you're doing to your skin, is stripping away the fatty oils, leaving your skin unprotected.  Less often, the cause is internal; a health condition or genetic predisposition is making your skin dry out.

If untreated, dry skin can sometimes lead to dermatitis. The good news is that we can help.  We only use home skin care products that have been clinically proven to get results. 
 

What treatments are available to treat dry skin?

  • Dermal Fillers: HA is responsible for hydration and plumpness in the skin. As we age, we naturally lose HA, and injectable HA replacement can be used to improve dry, crepey or sun-damaged skin on the face, hands, neck and chest.

  • Microdermaplaning: to remove the dead layer of skin cells so moisturisers and treatment products can be more effective.

  • Natural Peels: our natural peels remove the dead layer of skin cells, improving oil flow and hydration to give a healthy glow to the skin.

  • Omnilux Revive: stimulates your skin’s natural repair, improving collagen production and giving the skin more energy at a cellular level.

  • Environ® Medi Facials: immediately after microdermabrasion/microdermaplaning for maximum penetration of vitamins and hydration of skin.

  • Medical Grade Skin Care: A tailored home based skin plan aimed to balance the skin, reducing the build up of dead skin cells and loss of water from the skin to make smoother and more hydrated.

  • Vampire Facial Plus: Super booster for skin texture combines regenerating PRP with hydrating HA, administered through our dermal needling pen to maximise skin hydration and repair.

 

To find out which treatments are right for you, contact us for a personalised consultation with one of our Nurses or Medical Skin Therapists on 0800 COSMED.