Did you know that a woman’s skin ages more quickly after menopause than at any other time in her life?
30% of the skin’s collagen is lost within the first 5 years of menopause, due to low oestrogen levels. During this time a woman skin ages more quickly than at any other stage of her life. Menopause can cause skin dryness, laxity, wrinkling and dullness.
Emepelle with MEP Technology is clinically proven to significantly improve the visible signs of skin ageing. Emepelle is the first and only skincare range which targets accelerated collagen loss and skin ageing caused by menopause.
Emepelle Serum is suitable for all skin types. It safely and effectively targets accelerated collagen loss and skin ageing caused by menopause and can be used morning and night in conjunction with your usual skin care routine.
We now have an innovative technology, maximise hydration and pamper your skin with the rich formula of Emepelle Night Cream, suitable for all skin types.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Stephen Shumack on election to the Board of the International League of Dermatological Societies (ILDS), during the 24th World Congress of Dermatology. WCD2019 had 16 000 attendees from around the globe.
The ILDS is worlds largest and oldest organisation dedicated to global dermatology. #SkinHealth4theWorld
Central Sydney Dermatology will close on Friday 19th, Saturday 20th, Sunday 21st, Monday 22nd, and Thursday 25th April.
We may experience extended delays in obtaining appointments over this time due to the public holiday closures and some of our doctors taking leave during the school holiday period.
Many thanks for your patience.
We have started an online booking option via Appointuit. Currently bookings are only available for our UVB patients. Bookings for existing patients with Dr Tong, and Dr Ng will begin in early 2019. All New patients will need to call our office on 02 92211477.
This practice will close on Thursday 20th December 2018 and reopen on Thursday 3rd January 2019. Please note that there will be no doctors in attendance on 3rd & 4th January 2019. Monday 7th January is the first day we will have a Dermatologist in attendance.