Skin

Acne

What is acne? Acne is a disorder of the skin caused by an inflammation of the oil glands. Acne is the most common skin disorder, affecting 85 per cent of Australians aged 15-24 years old. Almost all of… Read more

Skin Rejuvenation

What is Skin rejuvenation? As we grow older the amount of collagen our skin makes reduces. As the body's natural regeneration processes slow down we start to see significant changes such as lines, uneven… Read more

Pigmentation

What is skin pigmentation? Specialised skin cells give your skin colour by making a substance called melanin. When these cells become damaged or unhealthy, it affects melanin production and can leave… Read more

Capillaries

What are broken Capillaries? Capillaries are the smallest blood vessels in the body. They allow water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and other nutrients and waste substances to exchange between blood and surrounding… Read more

Omnilux LED Medical

What is Omnilux LED? Omnilux LED is a new technology based on narrowband Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs). Our range of Omnilux wavelengths provide treatment for a wide range of dermatological conditions… Read more

Microdermabrasion

What is microdermabrasion? Microdermabrasion is a non-surgical, safe and gentle procedure that deeply exfoliates and polishes the skin to stimulate new cell growth. Microdermabrasion stimulates blood… Read more

Cosmeceutical Peels

What are Cosmeceutical Peels? Cosmecuetical peels are especially formulated for use by highly trained therapists. Peels come in a variety of different formulations and strengths. At Inaar Skin and… Read more

Ultrasonic Facial

What is an ultrasonic/dermasound facial? Ultrasound facials and skin treatments are a new approach to skin rejuvenation and repair. This treatment is also known as sonophoresis, soundwave therapy… Read more

Rosacea

What Causes Rosacea? In all honesty we don’t really know the exact cause of rosacea. Some think rosacea happens when we have blood vessels that react too easily, this causes a red flushing of the… Read more