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Skin Needling Vs. Microdermabrasion…

Are you new to the world of dermal therapy skin treatments and confused about which treatment to have and what it is for? Heard about skin needling or Dermapen and wanting to know more? Had microdermabrasion but unsure how it works? Or uncertain what any of these...

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Why Do We Use Ultrasound To Assess Leg Veins?

During a leg vein appointment at Geelong Veins Skin & Laser, your doctor will use ultrasound to assess your leg veins.  What is the ultrasound looking at? And why do we use ultrasound? Ultrasound is used extensively in medical imaging, perhaps the most common use that...

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Top Four Tips For Pre-Bedtime Skin Care

Adopting a good pre-bedtime skincare routine can help you look and feel great.  It doesn't need to take hours, it just needs to be consistent.  Geelong Veins, Skin and Laser's very own dermal therapist, Charlotte, highlights her four top tips for pre-bedtime skin...

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How Do I Get Rid Of This Ugly Brown Mole?

We get asked all the time, about safe laser removal of moles. Call them what you like, age spots, liver spots, senile keratoses, seborrhoeic Ks, seborrhoeic warts, basal cell papilloma, senile warts, seborrhoeic keratoses….. there are a lot of different names for...

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Treatments For Painful Sex After Menopause

Many women experience pain before, during, or after sexual intercourse – the medical name for this is dyspareunia. This common problem can erode sexual desire and pleasure, strain relationships, and impact quality of life. For postmenopausal women, in particular, it...

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The Ultimate Wedding Skin Care Guide

Wedding season is fast approaching and we often get brides coming in wanting advice on how to prepare their skin for their big day. So the girls here at Geelong Veins, Skin and Laser have put together a step by step planner for you to assist in getting your wedding...

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How to remove Skin Tags

Skin tags are small, soft, flesh coloured skin growths which are harmless and non-malignant. They are mostly found on the eyelids, neck, armpits, groin and under the breast. For some people these skin tags can be a source of annoyance and embarrassment. The good news...

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Dermal Fillers – Fact & Fiction

FICTION: Everyone who has their lips done looks like the image above. FACT: At Geelong Veins, Skin and Laser we have been enhancing people’s lips with fillers for years. There are literally hundreds of “our lips” out and about in Geelong that everyone is admiring as...

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Is laser tattoo removal painful?

Removal of an old unwanted tattoo is a growing request for Australians.  As the frequency of tattoos in the population grows, so does the desire to remove older, outdated or no longer relevant body art. But the question people want to know the answer to is, is laser...

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What is the best treatment for Spider Veins?

What is the best treatment for Spider Veins? Spider veins are small (less than 5mm diameter) capillary veins which are easily visible through the skin, appearing as tiny webs of red, blue, or purple lines. What are the treatment options for spider veins? Surface...

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Rosacea Treatments

Rosacea is a common, chronic skin disorder affecting the face.  At Geelong Veins, Skin and Laser we are regularly fronted with this issue.  Our patients often ask us;  What is happening to my skin?  What exactly is Rosacea?  And what Rosacea treatments are available? ...

Cosmeceuticals vs. Cosmetics

With so many options on the market for your home skin care, it is no surprise so many people are unsure of what they should be using and how these products can benefit their skin. Did you know there is a substantial difference between a cosmetic product and a...

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