Hair thinning can be linked to numerous factors including genetics, diet, hormonal changes, nutrient deficiencies, medical conditions, or ageing.
Oily skin is caused by the overproduction of sebum from sebaceous glands.
Skin dullness can occur from many different causes including dehydration, dryness, buildup of dead skin cells, photo damage, pollution, age, lifestyle habits (smoking, alcohol consumption, limited exercise), environment and other pollutants.
Ageing skin is the maturing of skin over time and it is induced by ultraviolet radiation exposure, smoking and other pollutants.
Scars are visible marks on the skin where excessive tissue growth has occurred once an injury or wound has healed.
The symptoms of seborrheic dermatitis, such as itching and scalliness, reduce gradually under treatment.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory disorder affecting the face.
Pigmentary disorders are a general term which includes hyperpigmentary disorders (darkening of the skin) and hypopigmentary disorders (decrease in the normal skin colour).
Dry skin results from lack of water in the outer layer of skin cells (stratum corneum).
Dandruff is an excessive flaking of skin on the scalp, with some skin flakes caught among the hair.
Androgenic Alopecia is a common form of hair loss in both men and women.
Acne is a chronic skin disease involving inflammation of the sebaceous glands.
Erythema is a skin concern characterised by redness or rash.