We would like to inform our clients that the Flint + Flint clinics and Skin Heath Spa clinics are no longer in business, after going into administration.
We are, however pleased to inform you that with immediate effect the clinics are now part of The sk:n Group who operate both sk:n Clinics and Destination Skin
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  • Thin or Uneven Lips

    Thin or Uneven Lips

    Genetics can result in naturally thin or uneven lips but our age can also change the appearance of our lips.

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  • Milia


    Milia, or milk spots as they are also known, are raised, pearly-white or yellowish bumps on the skin. They are most often seen on the skin around the cheeks, nose, eyes and eyelids, forehead and chest.

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  • Cellulite


    Cellulite is a common skin concern that affects many people’s confidence, 95% of people in the UK have some cellulite. Cellulite is a bumpy, orange peel texture on the skin and can be found on all body shapes and sizes and typically occurs on areas where we have more fatty tissue, such as thighs, buttocks, stomach and upper arms.

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  • Unwanted or Excess Hair

    Unwanted or Excess Hair

    Men and women across the world use shaving, waxing, creams and lasers to remove unwanted body hair, In the UK alone we spend tens of millions on removing it every year. In some cases body or facial hair can be classed as excessive and become a very personal issue, affecting self-confidence.

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  • Eye Bags

    Eye Bags

    As we age skin sags and facial fat facial decreases underneath the skin between our lower eyelids and upper cheeks, this results in a ‘hollow’ tear-trough. Eye bags can then develop by protruding normal fatty tissue under the eyes.

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  • Necklines


    As we age we lose elasticity in our skin and gravity takes its toll on the face, drawing the skin downwards and ageing us considerably. Skin sags and vertical or horizontal lines can appear on the neck area.

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  • Wrinkles


    Wrinkles are part of the natural ageing process. They naturally develop as we age from squinting, frowning and other facial expressions that cause the muscles contract. Wrinkles fall into two categories: fine, surface lines and deeper furrows.

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  • Veins


    Thread veins also referred to as spider veins, are tiny damaged veins or broken capillaries just below the skin surface. Long-term sun exposure, pregnancy, rosacea, alcohol, smoking and standing for long periods of time can all attribute to broken thread or spider veins. They can appear anywhere on the body but are most common on the face and legs.

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  • Laughter Lines

    Laughter Lines

    Lines around the eyes and mouth are often called laughter lines and develop over many years as you use facial expressions and muscles contract.

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  • Jowls


    As we age we lose elasticity in our skin and gravity takes its toll on the face, drawing the skin downwards and ageing us considerably. Skin sags and hangs beneath the lower jawline resulting in jowls developing. 

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  • Ingrown Hairs

    Ingrown Hairs

    An ingrown hair is when the hair has curls back or grows sideways into the skin. It can be more common in those with thick, very coarse or curly hair and often occur after shaving, waxing or plucking.

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  • Dull Skin

    Dull Skin

    Dull, lacklustre and dehydrated skin can give the appearance of tiredness, enlarged pores and fine lines. Typically we notice dull skin appear naturally as we age and describe it as skin that’s lost its glow.

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  • Crows Feet

    Crows Feet

    The skin around our eyes is thinner than the rest of our face, and this means our eyes tend to be one of the first places we develop wrinkles, particularly in the outer corners. They naturally develop as we age from squinting, frowning and other facial expressions that cause the muscles contract.

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  • Acne


    Acne is a very common skin disorder that affects most of the population at some points in their lives. There are varying degrees of acne, which usually affects the face but may also affect the back, neck, and chest.

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  • Body Fat

    Body Fat

    Body fat is, of course, necessary for life. It is a source of energy, a storage site for some vitamins, a major ingredient in brain tissue, and a structural component of all cell membranes. But as we age, most of us tend to gain fat and weight. This can stem from a steady decline in metabolic rate, a decrease in physical activit, lifestyle choices or diet. 

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  • Blackheads


    Blackheads are small spots that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called “blackheads” because the surface looks dark or black. 

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  • Ageing Skin

    Ageing Skin

    As we age, wrinkles appear, skin loses its elasticity, becomes thinner; drier and paler, and blood vessels can become visible. Pores may increase in size, and we lose volume to our facial features as the underlying structural support to the skin (fat pads and bone structure) changes and diminishes.

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  • Stretch Marks

    Stretch Marks

    Stretch marks are caused when the skin rapidly stretches as a result of sudden growth or weight gain. The stretching causes the middle layer of skin (dermis) to tear, allowing the deeper skin layers to show through, forming stretch marks.

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  • Scars


    Scars appear as a result of trauma to the skin either from surgery, acne, chicken pox, burns or injury. Pigmentation can also be considered mild scarring as it leaves marks on the skin. Scars can affect your self-confidence and many people look for treatment to help reduce their appearance.

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  • Rosacea and Redness

    Rosacea and Redness

    Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes redness and visible blood vessels on the surface of facial skin. It may also produce small, red, pus-filled bumps and can be diagnosed by your GP.

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  • Pigmentation


    Skin pigmentation can be described as discoloured marks or brown spots, as well as darker patches of skin. Pigmentation is one of the top skin concerns in the UK. If you ask most people what they would most like to improve about their skin, the answer usually involve improving skin tone or removing flaws and imperfections. When skin has a clear and even tone it portrays an image of health.

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  • Age Spots

    Age Spots

    Age spots (called sun spots, liver spots and solar lentigines) are the result of an excess production of melanin, or skin pigment. They vary in size but tend to be well-defined, uniformly coloured areas of brown or greyish pigment that generally show up on the hands, face, neck, and chest.

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