Skin Concerns

Dark Circles

Dark circles in women can be caused by genetics, aging, lack of sleep, stress, allergies, and sun exposure. But there are advanced and scientifically approved treatments to address this concern.

Uneven Skin Tone

Uneven skin tone, is characterized by irregular dark or light patches on the skin, often caused by sun exposure, aging, acne scars, or hormonal changes.

Open pores

Open pores, also known as enlarged pores, are visible openings on the skin’s surface that often appear larger than normal. They can be a cosmetic concern and are commonly found on the nose, cheeks, and forehead. Here’s an overview of open pores, their causes, prevention methods, and treatments:


Pigmentation refers to the coloring of the skin caused by the presence of melanin, a natural pigment produced by melanocytes. Variations in pigmentation can lead to conditions such as hyperpigmentation (dark spots), hypopigmentation (light spots), and melasma (brown or gray-brown patches). These conditions can be influenced by various factors, including genetics, sun exposure, hormonal changes, and skin injuries.

Dull skin

Dull skin appears lackluster due to dead skin cells, dehydration, poor circulation, sun damage, age, and can be treated with exfoliation and hydration.


Acne is a skin condition characterized by pimples, blackheads, and cysts, caused by clogged pores, excess oil production, bacteria, and inflammation.