The most attractive looking aging men and women in the world look natural and fresh faced.

The Skin Nurse: Nicola O'Byrne Clinical Nurse Specialist and Dermatology Nurse Prescriber (MSC, RGN, CNS)

Skincare is my enduring passion

That passion inspires me to deliver a Gold Standard of care to my patients. My ongoing education in dermatology and cosmeceuticals, allows me to offer reliable and trustworthy treatment and product recommendations. I listen to and understand the needs of each and every one of my patients so that together, we achieve their desired outcomes.

Over the years, it has been my privilege to witness the enhanced confidence of my patients as they look and feel better. Invariably, they leave my practice refreshed and rejuvenated.

Transformation on your terms

Learn more about our team

Acne Treatment

For anyone who has suffered from acne, you know that it can really get you down. Adult acne can be so frustrating. In my experience, the key is to be able to feel you are in control over the acne as opposed to the acne over you. How do you this?

You develop a management plan. You learn about best practice and how best to treat the acne depending on what stage it is at. You then have the choice to treat it with topical creams/peels and the best home care daily routines for your skin.

If the skin is not clearing up you have the choice to attend a Doctor for a prescription to start a tablet. The tablets that are normally prescribed are usually either an antibiotic, Dianette (which is also used as a contraceptive pill) and the last resort Roacctuane. Depending on what is acceptable to the individual the choice is theirs. For example, a few spots may not bother someone but for another person, this may not be acceptable.

Acne Skin Treatment

I have found in my experience that clients I meet don’t have all the knowledge so they don’t feel in control. Knowledge and a good understanding are key.

Acne vulgaris is a very common skin condition that usually starts in teenagers. Although adult acne is equally a common condition. It can be mild. “Problem skin” can be characterised by blackheads, whiteheads, pus-filled spots and oily or dry skin. The acne bacterium (propionobacterium acnes) can multiply in those prone to acne. This triggers inflammation and the formation of red pus-filled spots. For the majority, it tends to resolve in the late teens or twenties but for some patients, acne can persist for many years.

How can acne be treated?

Acne Treatments at the Skin Nurse Clinic
Treatment for acne, especially adult acne, depends on the severity. We offer a range of acne procedures, laser treatment, which can help provide a noticeable difference to skin tone, texture and radiance.

Dermapen therapy – also known as micro-needling – stimulates poor quality skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely.

*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.

Related Treatment


Improving skin quality and preventing its premature ageing are very important, which is why we offer a varied and comprehensive range of cosmeceutical skin care products to enhance our non-surgical, facial rejuvenation treatments.

Pr-hydro facial

This is a treatment that will clean and exfoliate the skin with no downtime. It delivers salicylic acid as well as lactic acid that will clean out the pores and decrease the oil in the skin. This can be very effective combined with a course of peels for acne.

Medical peel

Ingredients within the Medical peels can be mixed specifically to help with acne.

Call Now