General Skin

Vascular Lesions (Redness)

Vascular lesions can include sunspots, freckles, birthmarks, and moles caused by aging or exposure to the sun. A comprehensive treatment will provide substantial change to the skin’s pigmentation. This clinic offers a detailed cosmetic assessment to eradicate vascular lesions and offer long-term aesthetic improvement.  The procedure involves a non-surgical treatment for pigmented skin lesions and…

Sun Damaged Skin

Sun damaged skin reveals itself through flat, grayish brown age spots. These can appear on a patient’s back, arms, shoulders, face, and hands since they’re often exposed to the sun. This clinic provides a resolute treatment plan to tackle sun damaged skin and refresh it back to good health.  If not, the skin will continue…

Skin Tags and Moles

Skin tags are tiny, soft pieces of skin that protrude out. These may appear on the upper trunk, neck, armpits, or various body folds. Moles are pigmented cells that accumulate in specific areas on the skin. These formulate in the early portion of one’s life (first 20 years) and may appear in an array of…

Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin encompasses a range of symptoms including dry skin, pustules, skin erosion, skin bumps, and skin flushing. The nerve endings become defenseless and hypersensitive which can instigate stinging, redness, burning, or tightness. Causes of Sensitive Skin No two cases are alike with sensitive skin barring the underlying symptom of hypersensitivity. Patients are asked to…

Sagging Skin

Sagging skin is a visible “droop” in one’s skin. The skin starts to sink in specific areas such as the cheeks, jowls, and neck. It creates a visible change that’s unappealing and unwelcome. Causes of Sagging Skin A person may notice their skin lose elasticity as it sags. In most cases, the skin droops at…

Pigmented Lesions (Brown Spots)

Pigmented lesions or “age spots” are produced by melanocyte (pigment cells). These lesions occur after continuous aging, waning skin elasticity, and long-term sun exposure. Once the skin begins to thin, it promotes an increase in melanin causing the development of age spots. Pigmentation can involve one’s hands, shoulders, forehead, head (bald), arms, and face. The…

Lines & Wrinkles

Wrinkle removal treatment involves the rejuvenation of loose skin commonly seen on the face. The skin can lose its elasticity as one gets older leading to deep, ungainly wrinkles. Wrinkled skin may appear in the form of fine lines before increasing in thickness and visibility.  While the face is the most common area of concern,…

Crepey Skin

Crepey Skin is defined as thin, paper-like skin caused by aging. It’s often noticeable on one’s hands, décolletage, and neck. A comprehensive treatment using high-frequency radio waves can aid in eliminating this problem. Once the skin begins to lose its elastin, collagen, and related elements, crepey skin begins to develop. This clinic offers a seamless,…

Aging Skin

Aging is a natural phenomenon and brings along with it a host of skin-related trouble. Whether it’s age spots, deep wrinkles, or patches of discoloration, the changes are dramatic and disconcerting. At this clinic, patients are offered a range of non-invasive anti-aging treatments to combat these concerns. With the use of high-grade radio frequency and/or…

Active Acne Skin

Acne is a medical term used to define the clogging up of one’s pores (tiny holes in skin). These pores are required to excrete sweat and aid hair follicles in growing out. It’s a natural cleansing system as oil gets expelled from the body. However, excess sebum (oily substance) can become a problem. It overwhelms…

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