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At LOOKS Clinic our approach is rooted in enhancing the skin's vitality and health, so that our clients can confidently embrace each stage of life with radiance. Whether it be a specific skin condition such as acne, rosacea or pigmentation. Our team of skin therapists are distinguished by their advanced skills and rigorous training. With a firm commitment to prioritising education, we consistently remain at the cutting edge of industry knowledge and practices. Each treatment will commence with a thorough consultation to ensure that the treatment is safe for your skin type/condition and is targeting your particular concerns.


Your therapist will educate you on the best ways to get the most out of your treatments and to get the results that you are looking for. It's important to note that achieving noticeable improvements in your skin will necessitate a well-thought-out treatment plan and a dedicated commitment on your part. The following information serves as a helpful guide to begin your journey towards improving your skin. 


Rough, Dry, Flaky,

Dehydration is a sign that your skin in lacking water, and it's the first step in many skin problems. When your skin is dehydrated, certain enzymes stop working, causing a buildup of skin cells that can make your skin feel rough and dry. Dehydrated skin weakens the skin's protective barrier, making it more susceptible to irritation and inflammation. What the skin needs is to be rebuilt from the inside out, improving enzyme activity and improving the health of skin cells. The barrier needs to be protected while we improve skin function. 

Kick start treatment:

DMK Enzyme Level 1 + EFA Supplements + Barrier Repair Home Prescriptives.


Redness, Irritation, Sensitivity

When dealing with inflammation in your skin, there are three important factors to consider. The skins barrier, immune system and capillary network. An impaired acid mantle can lead to irritants penetrating the skin too quickly, affecting the skin's pH and making it more susceptible to bacterial invasion. Overproduction of capillaries can hinder the delivery of oxygen and nutrients, slowing skin healing and potentially leading to increased redness. What the skin needs is strengthening. Firstly, building up the skin barrier, strengthening the immune system and then finally the capillary networks. 

Kick start treatment:

DMK Enzyme Level 1, 

Ultra Calming Facial + LED + EFA Supplements + Barrier Repair Home Prescriptives.

Progressive Treatments: Series of Skin Needling Treatments to strengthen capillary networks.

UV Damage

Brown Spots, Wrinkles, Uneven Texture 

The brown spots you are seeing are melanin. Melanin production is your body's way to protect your skin cells from the sun. When you're in the sun, your brain tells a special gland to send out a helpful enzyme called Tyrosinase. This enzyme helps your skin cells to produce melanin to act like tiny hats, keeping your skin safe from the sun's harmful rays. If you're in the sun too long, your skin can get burnt, which means it's hurt. The more Melanosomes you have, the better your skin can handle the sun. But if something goes wrong, your skin might get dark patches (Hyperpigmentation) or lose its color (Hypo-pigmentation). Also, too much sun can make your skin get older faster because it breaks down important proteins. What this skin needs is most importantly to be protected from UV Rays constantly. 

Kick start treatment:

DMK Enzyme 1 + Tyrosinase Inhibitors + Home Prescriptive.

Progressive Treatments: IPL, Series of Skin Needling Treatments or Cosmelan Peel.

Fraxel Laser.


Blackheads, Pustules, Inflammation

Acne is an infection/ inflammation of the pilosebaceous unit. There are may factors that contribute to the onslaught of Acne. Hormones, diet and improper skin care routines all contribute. What is important here is to calm down the inflammation, remove the build up of skin cells and balance the PH of the skin. 

Kick start treatment:

Mandelic Peel+ EFA supplements + Home Prescriptives.

Progressive Treatments: LED, ACNELAN, Skin Needling to inhibit scarring. 

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