With an international client base extending from Marylebone, London, to Abuja, Nigeria, bea Skin Clinic's passion, together with the amazing results that we achieve on a regular basis, are evidence of our deep understanding of ethnic skin.
Skin lightening can react differently to caucasian skin, meaning that it is essential that your dermatologist or skin specialist understands how to treat darker skin types. Although finding a dermatologist or skin specialist with the requisite experience and passion to successfully treat ethnic skin is difficult, at bea Skin Clinic, we have specialist training in this arena and provide many ethnic clients with bespoke treatment plans.
Aside from the obvious physical differences between caucasian and ethnic skin types, there are distinct differences in the structure of the skin between these two groups. Although relatively few practitioners in the UK have an in-depth understanding of the challenges presented by ethnic skin treatments, our broad understanding of ethnic skin types allows us to address the needs of clients with darker skin tones.
At bea Skin Clinic, our wide range of medical aesthetics treatments are tailored to suit your needs and those of your skin. There are no 'off limits' treatments for ethnic skin types; almost everyone can benefit from the latest non-surgical and anti-ageing treatments such as dermal fillers, chemical peels, botulinum toxin A and mesotherapy.
We provide a number of specialist treatments for ethnic skin types as well, including hyperpigmentation treatments, full body skin lightening treatments and hydroquinone damage repair. Simply visit the sections below to find out more about these unique procedures.
The popularity of skin bleaching at home has grown in recent years. Eager to find a solution that works, many people turn to hydroquinone creams for facial and body lightening. Issues resulting from the use of hydroquinone are common, however. At bea Skin Clinic, we frequently treat these problems with success.