Acne + Acne Scaring
Acne & acne scarring is the result of excessive sebaceous oil production in the skin, which can block skin pores. Inflammatory reactions and infections can occur deep in the skin layers causing scars. Hormonal changes, genetics, and stress are leading factors in acne conditions. Acne is not caused by poor hygiene.
Aging Dull Skin
Aging Dull Skin can make you look old and tired, even when you’re well-rested. Skin cell turnover slows down with aging, leaving you with a dull, lacklustre complexion.
When your skin has a layer of dead skin cells on the surface, your skin absorbs the light instead of reflecting it.
Blotchy Skin is an inflammatory discoloration caused by sun damage or medication. Red blotches can be accompanied by itching and burning with the appearance of tiny blood vessels.
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Almost all pores are microscopic openings in the skin that allow protective oils and cooling perspiration to reach the skin’s surface. Pores can become enlarged and unattractive, appearing on the forehead, nose and chin. Enlarged pores can be hereditary, but improper cleansing, oily skin types.
Hyperhidrosos (Excessive Sweating)
Hyperhidrosis is a disorder in which the sweat glands become overactive. The result is excessive perspiration that is not associated with exercise, temperature or any other typical triggers. Parts of the body that are commonly affected include the palms of the hands, armpits, soles of the feet, chest, head and face.
Moles & Skin Tags
Moles appear as tan to black raised bumps on the skin and are genetically based, varying in size and shape. It is important for a properly qualified health professional to identify regular and irregular moles, possibly perform a biopsy and remove them with a cauterizing tool.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition affecting the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, eyelids or a person’s face. Rosacea is characterized by redness, prominent spider-like blood vessels, swelling, and/or skin eruptions similar to acne.
Scar relaxation is a specific application used to create supple skin texture. This technique applies repetitive circular movements to soften fibrous bands of collagen (scar tissue) and give the patient more flexibility in their movements.
Sun Damage goes beyond the normal aging process presenting as wrinkles, spider veins, leathery skin, dark spots and cancers or pre-cancerous risks. UV radiation breaks down collagen and damages skin cell DNA faster than the normal aging process.
Premature skin wrinkles can be caused by genetics, sun exposure, smoking and alcohol among many other factors. Collagen and elastin hold the skin together, and when these proteins break down, the skin becomes thin and damaged causing wrinkles.
As you enter adulthood and the workforce, hormones stresses from everyday life, and even the weather can wreak havoc on your skin and body. Dealing with the added stresses of acne and acne scars, weight loss, and unwanted hair can put even more pressure on your already hectic life. We offer simple solutions to eliminate those stresses.
Embracing your 40’s often comes with professional challenges in your career or education, new family developments, and sometimes new romance. Balancing your career, family, and love life can be hectic, with little time for you. Make time to look and feel your best!
Women, ages 50 and up, are well versed with some of the unwanted physical side-effects of menopause, but many are unaware of the new and advanced aesthetic treatments available to make them look as young as they still feel. With years of accumulated damage and sun exposure, the skin becomes dry and the supportive facial tissues can slacken, cheek bones appear less defined, and the neck less firm.
Statistically speaking, you have another 25 years of vigorous life ahead of you. By now, you may have more balance and prospective in your life. Maybe even a little wisdom. Wanting to rejuvenate your appearance with a little more help is completely normal. There is nothing wrong with giving nature a little nudge in the right direction.
Aging is an inevitable side effect of life and along with it occurs a number of unwanted side effects. Thanks to advances in technology and medicine it’s entirely possible to eliminate those side effects, in some cases, permanently. With so many options out there for personal improvement, now is the time for you to take action to enhance your looks and develop your self-image.