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Skin pigmentation / Uneven Skin
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Skin pigmentation / Uneven Skin

As we age, pigmentation will be deposited into our skin as a result of sun damage. While there are many different types of pigmentation, Asians are prone to melasma, which is one of the most difficult to treat.
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Skin Tags, Warts, Milia Seeds

With age, lumps and bumps start to develop on our face, neck and body.
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Moles

Moles are medically defined as groups of pigments on the skin, usually brown or black. They can appear anywhere on your body, in various shapes and sizes.
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Facial redness

While there are many causes of facial redness, it means that the blood vessels under your skin are dilated, or that there is some inflammation going on.
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Age Spots/ Freckles

Age spots, also known as liver spots of lentiges, are small, brown patches of pigmentation which appear on the skin, typically in older people.
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Enlarged Pores

Pores are openings on our skin where sebum and sweat are secreted into. While pores are essential for skin health, they start to become a problem when they become enlarged as they make our skin look rough and unrefined.
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Facial Wrinkles

Wrinkles form when our skin loses collagen elasticity with age and environmental damage. Unsightly creases then appear on the skin.
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Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin is a very common problem, affecting up to 40% of the population.
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Pimples and Acne

Acne is a very common problem that affects not only teenagers, but many adults as well. Acne occurs because of inflammation and infection of clogged pores, by bacteria on the skin called Propionibacterium Acnes.
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Acne Scars

Acne can leave behind unsightly scars. These scars can vary in type and severity, and may even cause a great deal of distress. The key to keep the condition at bay is to seek treatment early.
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