Acne is a skin condition that can affect adults as well, not just teenagers. Acne can vary in severity and in some cases can scar the skin if left untreated. Effective, non-invasive treatments are available at Dr Victoria Clinic to help heal inflamed skin, reduce pimples, spots and prevent them from returning.

Acne Scarring

Acne scarring is caused by severe acne that is left untreated. Some cases of acne can leave you with acne scars which appear as depressed hollows or holes in your skin known as atrophic scars, or raised scars known as hypertrophic scarring. Redness and other discolouration from acne can also remain for a few months, but usually fades on its own.

Sagging Arm Skin

Sagging arm skin can occur because skin loses elasticity as you age. Loose skin around the arm can be referred to as ‘bingo wings’ or ‘bat wings’. Sagging arm skin after weight loss can also be troublesome to tackle.

Brow Droop

Brow ptosis or droop of the eyebrow is a common sign of ageing process as skin loses that plump, firm appearance. This can easily be treated by Dr Victoria.


Subconscious excessive teeth grinding, or bruxism that can cause you discomfort can be treated at Dr Victoria Clinic. Bruxism can occur when you’re awake or asleep so you may not even be aware of the disorder. However, some people can suffer from jaw disorders, severe headaches and damaged teeth if left untreated.


Cellulite is a very common, harmless skin condition that causes lumpy, dimpled like skin flesh mainly in the buttocks, abdomen and thighs area. Cellulite can affect both male and females, but is more common in females due to the different distributions of fat, muscle and connective tissue.

Dark Circles

Dark circles or bags under the eyes can make you look older and tired. No matter how much sleep you get or how much concealer you apply, sometimes the dark circles under your eyes seem permanent and difficult to hide and get rid of.

Double Chin

Double chin is a common condition where a layer of fat forms below your chin. A double chin can be associated with weight gain, however, you don’t have to be overweight to get one.

Excessive Sweating

Excessive Sweating medically known as Hyperhidrosis, can have a major effect on your lifestyle if untreated. Although sweating is your body’s natural response to heat, hypersensitivity of the glands can produce excessive underarm, hand, face or feet sweating.

Excessive Hair Growth

Hirsutism is known as excessive hair growth. Where women start getting thick, dark hair on their face, neck, chest, tummy and lower back, so mostly in areas where there would be none or minimal hair growth.

Facial Volume Loss

A loss in facial volume tends to result in sagging skin, flattening of cheeks and loss of radiance in your skin tone. These structural changes in the deeper levels of the skin also contribute to a tired and worn-out appearance.

Facial Wrinkles

Facial Wrinkles are shallow folds caused by lax, sagging skin and are associated with the earliest signs of ageing or skin damage. Wrinkles that form around the eye are known as crow’s feet or decolletage fine lines.