Our highly trained nursing staff provide a range of cosmetic services at our Charlestown Clinic suitable for most skin conditions, including:
- Scarring (acne and surgical)
- Broken Capillaries & Veins
- Fine lines, wrinkles and age spots
- Stretch marks
Stephanie is a Registered Nurse who has completed her Graduate Diploma of Cosmetic Nursing (AACDS). With years of training and experience, alongside the doctors at Newcastle Skin Check, Stephanie can provide you with the best treatment options according to your needs.
You can request a booking to see Stephanie directly.
Laser treatment is suitable for a variety of needs including; Stretch marks, pigmentation, age spots, rosacea, spider veins, broken capillaries, hair removal and skin resurfacing.
Skin needling is suitable for a wide range of treatments, including; aged skin, fine lines and wrinkles, vertical lip lines, skin tightening and rejuvenation, enlarged pores, stretch marks, scarring (acne and surgical).
Chemical peels are categorised into superficial, medium and deep. ASAP’s range are considered to be superficial, meaning they only penetrate the top layer of skin (the Epidermis). The main benefit of this is, tolerance, downtime and recovery is kept at a minimum, while still achieving the desired results. Peels are also great used in conjunction with other treatments, such as microdermabrasion, skin needling, or as a top up to you favourite skin care range.
Anti-Wrinkle injections can be used to help smooth out wrinkles on your forehead, jawline, brow or anywhere else.
A number of options are available to reduce the severity of acne, and the scars it leaves behind. Both Laser and Demapen treatments are often successful.
Microdermabrasion exfoliates to remove the layer of dry skin cells that hinder your skin's quality and smooth texture.
Pulses of light target the pigment/vessels in your skin without harming the surrounding tissue, to help treat visible blood vessels, spider veins and broken capillaries.
Although some types of pigmented lesions exist at birth, often times pigment represents one of the first signs of ageing. Treatment involves reducing pigmentation.
Stretch marks occur when we grow too fast, after pregnancy and weight loss. Treatments aim to reduce redness and smooth the skin, with long lasting results.