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A skin care specialist from Gopure’s SkinCare Clinic, who wishes to remain anonymous, told News.co.uk that she saw an increase in customers coming into the clinic in recent weeks.

“It’s mainly people coming to us because they are worried about their skin conditions,” she said.

“Some of them had sunburns and others had dry skin.”

There is also an increase for the past two months with more people going in because they think they are going to be at higher risk for melanoma.

“They’re worried about getting skin cancer, and it is also about whether they are getting any melanoma and if so, how much of an effect it will have on them.”

Ms Chantelle said that although it was still difficult to gauge how many people were going in, she was confident it was growing.

“We see an increase because of a number of things.

Firstly, we’re seeing a lot more people come in and it’s definitely an increase, and secondly, we’ve seen people who are visiting from other parts of the world, especially Asia, come in.”‘

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“For me, the biggest issue is that we are seeing people who have skin conditions who are not necessarily skin cancer-prone,” she told News Co.uk.

“That’s a bit of a concern.”

Some of the people who come to us, they’ve come to see us for skin care, so we know they’re not going to have melanoma.

“Dr Chuntil explained that it was not all about the face.”

People come in with a couple of different conditions.

Some of them are not skin cancer free, but they might have other conditions, so they come in because of their skin condition.

“So for us, it’s not about the facial.

It’s about what is the treatment they’re looking for, what are the treatments that they are seeing and the types of products they are looking at.”

I think there’s definitely more people who might be worried about skin cancer if they’re worried that they might not get it, but if they know they are protected against it, they might want to come in anyway.

“Ms Dutton said she had also noticed a slight rise in the number of customers coming in with the same skin condition as her own.”

You’ll see people come up to me and they’ll have a problem with the face and they’ve had an itch or something,” she explained.”

It’s definitely been a concern with me and the other ladies.

“A lot of the women that come in come with some kind of skin condition that they can’t seem to get rid of, and so when they’re going in for the skin care they are concerned about what they’re getting, what they put on their face, what their skin is looking like.”

The clinic’s owner, Dr Tania Mowatt, said she was aware of the issue and was working to address it.

“As far as I’m aware, we have not seen an increase,” she stated.

“When we first started in 2015, we were in a very low income area and we were running a very small clinic and so we were just running out of money.”

But this year we’ve actually seen an improvement and we’re actually able to afford the skin condition treatments that we were looking at and we’ve also been able to attract people to come back.

“She said that since the skincare clinic opened in 2014, she had seen an increased in people coming in for facial treatment.”

The majority of our patients come to our clinic for face treatment and we see a very good increase in people who do have skin condition,” she continued.”

What we have noticed is that as we have been running our clinic, we see an improvement in people’s skin condition and an improvement to the skin in general.

“With that we have seen that a lot of people have come in, so the number is increasing, and we are continuing to see that increase.”

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Source: News.ca.gov.au/health/melanoma-facts-and-information/melanism-melanomas-cancer-effects-a-view-from-inside-aussie-melanian-woman/article8786418/article/melania-melaniacs-skin-care-specialist-dies-of-cancer.html