The Rose Medical and Aesthetic Centre

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Face Forward offers a range of medically proven skin therapies to help improve common problem areas, including blocked pores, acne, fine lines and wrinkles, scarring and help improve basic skin rejuvenation.


Wrinkles occur as a result of our facial muscles repeatedly contracting to make our facial expressions.

This can make you look older, tired, stressed, anxious and even angry. Face Forward offers a number of medically proven wrinkle treatments to improve these problem areas.


To ensure our patients are receiving the safest, most effective treatments we use Cutera’s Intense Pulsed Light system.

Our experienced Dermal Therapists are highly trained with the most up-to-date technology and hold university qualifications, so you know you will be in safe hands.



Demand for aesthetic procedures to assist in revitalising skin and improve appearance has sky rocketed compared to previous years, from both men and women.

Too much time in the sun and smoking are the number one causes of premature ageing. Antioxidant enriched anti wrinkle creams and nutrient enriched skin care products are very effective at maintaining and in some cases restoring your skin. But with severe damage, deep wrinkles, sunspots, acne scars and other skin conditions some of these cosmetic procedures may provide the dramatic change a skin care product cannot. Of course only you can make that decision.

Acne is a very common skin condition that affects most people at some stage of their life. Even though acne is a common problem, it can have serious effects on the way a person performs at school, work and acts socially.

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As we age, saggy skin becomes more and more of a problem. This process is due to the fact that our skin turn over slows down, less collagen is produced and so the skin on our face begins to loose elasticity and become more crepe like. This results in the development of lines, wrinkles, and eventually deep folds.

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Ageing is a normal and inevitable part of life that affects us all. As we age, skin cell turnover slow from a normal cycle of 24-28 days to as many as 38 days. The result is a thicker epidermis (top layer of the skin) and a thinner dermis, which is where the elastic fibres and collagen are found. This shows a thinner, dryer skin with wrinkles and furrow, dry patches that can be crepe like and sag.

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When choosing skin treatments, it can be difficult to work out which are right for you and your particular problem. There is so much information on skin treatments available. Which course of action should you take?

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The warm golden cast of the sun is very alluring. And many people can’t resist spending hours beneath its glow. But not all of the sun’s rays are pleasing. Ultraviolet (UV) light, the invisible but intense rays of the sun, damages your skin. Some of those harmful effects – such as suntan or sunburn – are visible right away.

More about sun damage