Are Dermal Therapy Treatments for you?

Well, why not?

Dermal Therapies are treatments that take you that one step further in your skin care and health goals, they offer you non-surgical results in things such as anti-ageing, acne, rosacea, dry, dull and damaged skin… they allow you to safely go that one step further in achieving your skin goal dreams!

What is dermal skin therapy, then? ‘Dermal’ refers to anything of or pertaining to the skin. So, in essence, dermal therapy is any kind of treatment that is intended to improve the quality of your skin. In specialist clinics, these treatments are performed by a registered nurse or a certified dermal Clinician with years of high-level training – not your average beauty therapist.

There are many different types of dermal therapy treatments, and not all types will benefit everyone but most dermal treatments, such as Laser Hair Removal or Microdermabrasion, have benefits for almost everyone. You may even find that you would benefit from several forms of dermal therapy.

At Vanish we always offer a thorough Skin Analysis followed by a tailored treatment plan to suit your skins concerns:-

Our skin is the largest organ in our body. It is our outer covering, and is responsible for many functions, including the protection of our bodies from impurities and the external world. However, it is not just a functional layer. Our skin appearance is important in conveying a healthy appearance, and is often a reflection of one’s health and age.

These are reasons why one should endeavour to improve the quality of their skin. Some people’s skin may be problematic at times, requiring specific treatments, whilst others have no problems, and simply wish to improve the quality of their skin.

Analysis of skin is the first step in improving one’s skin. There are various skin types, not all of which are problematic, but each can be improved on by matching the correct treatment/skin care to each skin type. Our doctors specialise in skin analysis and can help you to determine what your skin type is, and how to best treat it. They can also determine if there is a medical condition that may be causing problems with the skin. For example, redness of the cheeks may be caused by medical conditions such as Lupus, certain medications, or rosacea.

Secondly, a skin history needs to be determined. A person’s current regime of skin care needs to be assessed to see if this is causing any problems with their skin. Especially in Australia, a sun exposure history needs to be assessed, and whether the person has used sunscreen regularly. As an aside note, we recommend that sunscreen is used on a daily basis, regardless of the amount of sun exposure you receive.

Thirdly, your skin type needs to be assessed as each skin type will require a different type of treatment. Your skin type in conjunction with any problems present will determine the best course of treatment.