Explore the Large Range of Skincare Treatments offered at the Cranley Clinic

Peels and DermaSweep

Medical Skin Treatments such as peels or Dermasweep – offer a quick, pain free and effective way of treating a variety of skin problems including, acne, sun damage, fine lines, pigmentation, melasma, dull lacklustre skin and enlarged pores.  The skin is left feeling soft and smooth...

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The Lowe Glow

Put the glow back with this no-downtime trio of treatments which combines DermaSweep, NdYag laser-facial and a chemical peel to leave your skin deeply cleansed, replenished and glowing with vitality! Step One: The gentle exfoliating DermaSweep is a workout for the skin. This non-invasive exfolia...

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Rosacea Clinic

Rosacea Clinic Rosacea affects many people with skin redness, flushing and often acne-like spots. We have dedicated consultation appointments for new patients suffering with Rosacea. Our treatment protocol offers skincare advice, a treatment programme and prescription creams tailored to ...

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Melasma Clinic

Melasma Clinic Melasma is the skin darkening of the cheeks, upper lip and forehead from pregnancy, contraception pills and sun damage. Our Melasma Protocol is designed to significantly reduce the appearance of Melasma. During a Melasma Clinic consultation, prescription lightening creams ...

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2-Step Fill & Lift

Do your brows give away your age? Are you fed up of your eyebrow lines and wrinkles making you seem sad and tired when you’re not?  We have a treatment for you! Volume loss is the main contributor to the aging process in the face and particularly the eyes. Our non-surgical “2-st...

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Hand Rejuvenation

Hands are often tell-tale signs of chronological age when other parts of the body, including the face, are more youthful in appearance. The dermal layer of the skin on the back of hands is thinner than that of the face and contains less collagen. The hands age more in women than men because their...

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Scar Treatments

What is in a scar?Scars are the result of the skin’s repair of wounds caused by accident, disease, or surgery. This is a natural part of the healing process. The more the skin is damaged and the longer it takes to heal, the greater the chance of a noticeable scar. Typically, a scar w...

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