What can start as a small, hormonal blemish on your chin can just as quickly become an all-over breakout. With the several treatments available, acne outbreaks and scars can be avoided or diminished greatly.
Age spots, or “sunspots” are portions of darker pigment on your skin. Due to their darker appearance, these are also commonly known as “brown spots.”
Aging, sun exposure, and weight loss (especially extreme weight loss) can lead to lax or “crepey” skin.
Hyperpigmentation is the production of excess melanin causing dark spots on the skin. Age spots, liver spots, freckles, sun spots and melasma are all types of hyperpigmentation.
Melasma is a discoloration of the face. Sometimes it is referred to as “pregnancy mask” although it may not be related to pregnancy at all.
Rosacea is a condition of the skin affecting over 16 million people. There is no medical cure, but it can be controlled.
Excess or sagging skin is caused by aging or weight loss. Non-invasive treatments can remedy sagging skin without surgery.
Scars may be a result of surgery, acne, or accidents. Scars can be reduced and eliminated through non-invasive treatments that give the skin a new, smooth appearance.
Skin tags are small, flaps of skin that form in areas of the body as we age. They usually are the result of skin or material rubbing, frequently in the same place causing the skin to form this extra skin tissue.
Have you noticed that your skin has began to lose its firmness, elasticity and its texture has lost its luster? Stretch marks are so often associated with post-pregnancy bodies, but the truth is they can affect all of us!
Most likely at some time, over exposure to the sun has happened to us all. Sun damage includes brown spots, acclerated wrinkles, leathery or rough skin. Thankfully, there are several treatments that can rejuvenate the skin!