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Facial Treatment


At Aiconic Skin, we provide skin consultations for a wide range of skin conditions. We also perform a range of Dermatology Treatments and minor surgical procedures which can be performed within a short period of time following your consultation. We offer Day-care facility for those who undergo surgical procedures and need medical observation. For all your skin care needs, this is the only place you need to be. 

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Commonly called pimples, zits are most common skin conditions that affect nearly 85-90% individuals in their lifetime. Aiconic Acne is an initiative by Aiklu to help 650 million acne patients globally. Its AI-enabled self-monitoring tool helps in self grading your acne and improvements with treatment.


Also called dermatitis, eczema presents with itchy, reddish-brown, slightly scaly lesions on skin. Eczema can be of different types including acute and chronic eczema, irritant contact dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis and generalized non-specific eczema. Patch test for allergen identification is also available at Aiconic Clinics



Characterized by thick, red plaques with silvery-white scales, psoriasis is one of the most common chronic skin diseases that can affect any age group and can lead to joint pains (psoriatic arthritis) in the long-run. Early intervention is important to prevent complications. Resistant disease is managed by biologics like Secukinumab.


Also known as hives, is a sudden itchy rash often with swelling of lips and eyes and can be a result of an acute allergic reaction. Emergency medical intervention can be needed if patient develops breathing obstruction. Chronic management requires medications and avoidance of triggers.



Uneven skin pigmentation, brown patches on face and neck can be due to multiple causes including melasma, lichen planus pigmentosus and Riehl’s melanosis. Contact our dermatologists on Aiconic skin app or at Aiconic Advanced Skin and Hair Clinic for diagnosis and treatment of your skin hyperpigmentation.

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