How We Can Help

Facial Lines and Wrinkles

Facial lines and wrinkles manifest through a combination of factors, with dynamic repetitive expressions being a significant contributor. Repeated muscle movements, such as smiling, frowning, and squinting, gradually etch lines into the skin over time. Age plays a pivotal role, as natural collagen and elastin production decline, leading to decreased skin elasticity and resilience. Prolonged sun exposure accelerates skin aging, as UV rays break down collagen and promote the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. Poor diet lacking in essential nutrients can compromise skin health, while inadequate hydration levels contribute to dehydration, exacerbating the appearance of lines. Genetics also influence how the skin ages, dictating factors such as skin thickness and predisposition to certain types of wrinkles. Together, these factors underscore the multifaceted nature of facial aging, highlighting the importance of professional advice on the best cosmetic medicine products and procedures to maintain your skin.

Facial Contouring

As we age, we lose volume from specific areas of the face , often resulting in a hollow appearance under the eyes, flattening of the cheeks and a sagging jawline. Dr Regli will discuss the types of products and procedures which are specifically designed to address volume loss and definition of the natural facial contours.


With age the lips tend to become thinner, roll inwards, lose definition and become lined around the edges.  Definition, shape and volume of the lips, and fine lines around the mouth can all be treated. You don't need to be a smoker to get lip lines. Most women develop lines due to the normal pursing action of the lips.  Dr Kylie Regli likes to create natural looking lips. She aims to restore the loss of volume that comes with age. Some women like their lips to have a little more pout and that can certainly be achieved. A thorough consultation with Dr Kylie prior to your treatment will ensure that you achieve the look you desire.

Underarm Sweating

Axillary hyperhidrosis, the medical term for excessive underarm sweating, can be an annoying and embarrassing condition for those people who suffer from it. Although there may be no clearly identified triggers for the excessive underarm sweating, it is sometimes triggered by exterior factors such as anxiety, psychological stress and tiredness. Many people don’t realize that excessive underarm sweating is treatable with the same products that are used to treat wrinkles.

Enlarged Pores

Pores are merely the opening of hair follicles in the skin. Although enlarged pores are of no medical concern, they can be a cosmetic concern for some people. Excessive sebum production, increased volume of the hair follicle and decreased skin elasticity, often related to chronic sun damage, can be factors in pore size. Genetic predisposition and the presence of acne may also be part of the equation.  Depending on the underlying cause, prescription skin care ingredients, various lasers, IPL and LED devices devices may be used to refine the skin and treat the cosmetic appearance of enlarged facial pores.

Skin Pigmentation, Freckles & Age pots

Many people have a genetic predisposition to freckly skin , however, UV exposure is the main culprit in many forms of skin pigmentation. The cumulative effect of sun exposure over a lifetime can turn perfectly flawless skin into blotchy uneven aged skin. At Cosmetique Solutions, the Nordlys IPL machine is the most commonly used device to treat many forms of pigmentation.


Rosacea is a very common condition afflicting more than 400 000 Australians. It may affect anyone from 20 to 70 years of age and is more common in fair skin types. We do not know what causes rosacea; however, various theories have suggested that rosacea may be caused by an infective organism in the skin. In most people, the first sign of rosacea is a persistent redness of the face, particularly on the cheeks and nose. This redness is caused by enlarged blood vessels under the skin. The redness gradually becomes permanent and more noticeable. Facial skin may become very dry. As the redness progresses, pimples may appear on the face. In some people, especially men, knobbly bumps may develop on the nose. Without treatment, the course of rosacea can be progressive with alternating periods of improvement and worsening of the condition. Early treatment of the condition, however, will prevent worsening of the condition and formation of permanent enlarged blood vessels on the face. A combination of oral and topical medications and a procedure called Intense Pulsed Light can often help this condition immensely.

Facial Redness & Capillaries

Facial redness is the result of facial blood vessels or capillaries. Some people have a ruddy complexion due to genetic skin type. Other people develop facial capillaries (also known as telangiectasia) from sun damage or medical conditions such as rosacea , acne or other inflammatory skin conditions. Nordlys Intense Pulsed Light and certain lasers are used to treat facial capillaries.


Acne has a multifactorial cause. The underlying problem is the comedone , a blockage in the hair follicle. However, inflammation, excessive sebum production, hormonal changes and infection are all contributing factors. The treatment of acne requires a multifactorial treatment plan and thus each person requires assessment on an individual basis. That is the reason we offer a complimentary acne consultation with the doctor. Treatment often involves a combination of dietary change, topical retinoid creams, antibiotics,  LED phototherapy and sometimes dermatological referral for specific drug treatment.

Skin Laxity

With age the skin loses elasticity due to structural changes in the elastin and collagen fibres within the skin. This process accelerates with excessive sun exposure.  Skin Booster Therapy, LED phototherapy and specific skincare ingredients can help to remodel collagen and improve the structural integrity of the skin.

Skin Clarity

Skin clarity refers to even toned skin free of blemishes, pigmentation, age spots, capillaries, skin tags and moles. There are many treatments to help people possess clearer skin. Acne treatments include prescription products and LED phototherapy. IPL improves skin pigmentation, age spots, skin redness and capillaries.

Skin Texture

Many conditions result in the loss of the skin’s smooth texture. Sun damaged skin often appears dull and feels rough to the touch. Comedones and acne result in a bumpy skin surface. Lines, wrinkles, moles and skin tags disrupt the smooth texture of the skin. Depending on the cause, often a combination of treatments may be required to improve the skin texture.

Aging Skin

The chronological effect of time, environmental factors (particularly sun exposure), lifestyle behaviours (smoking, diet etc) and genetics all have a role to play in the way our skin ages. The typical changes in aged skin include dull, rough texture, increased pore size, pigmentation, age spots, and redness, loss of elasticity and lines and wrinkles. We have a realm of treatments for aging skin and often a combination of treatments is required to treat the many facets of aging.

Healing Wounds And Injuries

LED Phototherapy, through the process of photobiomodualtion, helps to repair skin and heal wounds faster, particularly after facial surgery and laser procedures. However, it can also be used to enhance the healing of musculoskeletal injuries.

IPL Hair Reduction

Unwanted hair is certainly a time consuming problem that often requires repetitive treatments such as shaving and waxing. Unwanted dark hair can be treated with Intense Pulsed Light.  A small series of IPL treatments to target the hair in the growth phase of the cycle achieves long term reduction in unwanted hair.  Unfortunately this method will not be successful if the hair is blond, grey or red in colour. Dr Kylie offers IPL hair reduction of unwanted dark facial hair but does not offer treatment for body hair.