Treating and Preventing Acne Breakouts

Human skin is a complicated and large organ with many various structures. On a functional level, it is intended to protect the internal workings of the body while also helping to foster hair follicles as well as unique components of the immune system like Langerhans cells. However, genetics, diet, personal hygiene and other factors can… Read more »

Microdermabrasion to Help Combat Skin Aging

Your skin relies on the replenishment of new skin cells to help shed old skin cells and maintain your youthful appearance. As the years go by, this natural process, which is known as exfoliation, can start to slow down. This often happens in conjunction with decreased collagen production in the deeper layers of the dermis…. Read more »

JUVÉDERM® Can Help Reduce the Appearance of Skin Aging

Skin aging is often the result of decreased collagen production and slowed exfoliation, both of which occur as you get older. This can cause fine lines, wrinkles and sallow facial features. Left unaddressed, these cosmetic imperfections on your face can deepen and cause you to look older than you would like. If you have noticed… Read more »

The Appearance of Minor Dermal Defects Can Be Minimized by a Chemical Peel

Long-term excess sun exposure, acne, genetics, and the natural processes of aging can affect your skin’s appearance in a variety of ways. This can include active problems with acne, acne scars, liver spots, fine lines, freckles, dark spots, and prominent scars. When these dermal defects appear on your face it can affect your self-image and… Read more »

Hyaluronic Acid Has Been Approved for Safe Use as a Dermal Filler

In recent years an increasing number of people have embraced dermal filler injections as a viable, short-term alternative to cosmetic surgery alteration. It is commonly used to address specific body parts including specific facial feature, the hands, forehead, and brow ridge. While there are several derivations and brands available, it’s worth noting that the Food… Read more »

A Chemical Peel Might Be Able to Address Some Minor Dermal Defects

A defect in the dermal layers of your face can certainly leave you feeling self-conscious about your appearance. Common, yet minor complaints often include existing acne, acne scars, liver spots, fine lines, freckles, dark spots, and physical scars. If you have been struggling to deal with minor dermal defects on your face, you should consider… Read more »

Attempting to Remove a Wart Yourself Could Cause Scarring

It’s important to understand that warts and moles are two entirely different things. A mole is often a melanin defect in the dermal layers. They can develop as you age and potentially grow in size. On the other hand, a wart is related to a type of virus that causes keratin buildup in the upper… Read more »

Remove Your Unwanted Hair by Waxing

If you are looking to remove embarrassing or unwanted hair, then you have come to the right place! Many people wish to rid themselves of unwanted hair, and luckily, we are happy to help! Did you know, with each wax, your hair will grow back less and less? Yes, it’s true! Everyone loves beautiful and… Read more »

A Minor Scar Can Sometimes Be Reduced by Laser Resurfacing

Previous injuries to your skin can sometimes heal with aberrations in the upper layers of the dermis. This is even morning likely to occur with large cuts, burns that blistered, or injuries that developed an infection. If the scar appears on a highly visible part of the body it can hamper your healthy self-image or… Read more »

Dermal Filler Injections Can Help Accentuate Specific Facial Features

As you age decreased exfoliation can also cause a reduction in collagen production in the deeper dermal layers. As skin aging progresses it can cause your face to take on a sallow appearance, as wrinkles become more pronounced. In a situation like this, you might want to schedule a consultation with the specialists at …. Read more »