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Located in Epsom Hospital, one of 52 locations nationwide
Your Trusted Acne Treatment Clinic in Epsom
There are many types of acne and we can treat them all. Whilst acne is a systemic condition, it manifests itself in different ways such as those below. Whichever type of acne you believe you’re suffering from, our treatments can help combat your symptoms. Visit our experts in Epsom to discuss the right treatment for your condition.
The sk:n Epsom Medical Team
sk:n is home to more consultant dermatologists, doctors, plastic surgeons, nurses and therapists, than any other UK dermatology service provider.
The sk:n team in Epsom will ensure that your visit to the clinic is truly worthwhile: at sk:n we are passionate about helping you discover better skin.
So, whether you suffer from acne, unwanted facial hair, regret an old tattoo, or simply just want to freshen up your complexion – we have the most effective treatments on the market to help you achieve the results you long for.
For the best results we recommend courses of treatments to help you with your Acne.
The prices shown are an indication, book a consultation to discuss a tailored treatment plan right for you.
We offer a nationwide service for acne treatment including:-
*free treatment subject to a fully refundable £25 deposit
|Treatment||Single Treatment From||Course of 6 Price per Treatment From|
|Isolaz (Blue Light Treatment)||£165.00||
Over 20 years of
experience treating acne
including evenings & weekends
Frequently Asked Questions
You may be suffering with a condition which is more severe than the more common types of acne listed above. A nurse or doctor will work with you to determine your condition and help you achieve the results you require based on a variety of different treatments available.
How Many Spots Is Classed As Acne?
If you have around 30 or more blemishes on your face at one time, you might have acne. However, if the blemishes are more severe cysts or nodules, you may be categorised as having acne with fewer than 30 or so blemishes.
Acne prevention can include many things from natural remedies you can try at home, to a more specialised course of treatments.
Why Does Pcos Cause Acne?
The hormonal imbalance associated with PCOS can have an impact on the skin’s appearance. Many people suffer from excess oil, which can lead to congestion in the skin resulting in breakouts and acne. This can, in turn, lead to painful nodules and even scarring.
Why Do Blackheads Come Back So Quickly?
Oil is being produced constantly on your face, as a result pores can become clogged and blackheads reappear quickly.
What Food Is Good To Eat To Prevent Acne?
Some skin-friendly food choices include: Whole grains, Legumes, Unprocessed fruits like apricots, blueberries, tomatoes and red grapes. Unprocessed vegetables like carrots, avocado, sweet potato, beetroot, spinach and other dark green and leafy vegetables, Food containing mineral zinc, vitamins A and E and chemicals called antioxidants. Quinoa, Turkey, Fish, Oat milk, Pumpkin seeds
Is Acne Caused By Poor Hygiene?
Poor hygiene doesn’t cause acne, however cleansing your skin daily and exfoliating weekly can help prevent pores from becoming clogged.
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Epsom Langley Ward Opening Times
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Langley Ward, Ground Floor, Epsom Hospital, Dorking Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 7EG
To get to the clinic from Ashstead, travel along Dorking road and turn right into the main hospital entrance. Then turn right at M&S, passing Block A (Headley wing) on your left, turn left and the clinic is 200 yards down the road on your right. We have 2 allocated spaces outside the clinic that are free of charge. Chargeable parking is also available in the patient car park, as you come into the hospital and turn immediate left.
Please ensure you leave plenty of time to park as the pay and display car park gets very busy at peak times, normally between 10am and 3pm. Additional parking is available in the hospital grounds.