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6 Reasons To Try Lip Fillers Today

Higher cheekbones, fuller lips, and a contoured jawline are all possible with dermal fillers. In addition, you can augment your chin and fill in wrinkles and smile lines. These are the six reasons fillers are one of the most popular cosmetic procedures on the market today. More than one million women and men get them… read more

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

The second most common form of skin cancer, squamous cell carcinoma, affects millions of people each year. It’s caused mainly through exposure to the sun, as well as tanning lamps and beds. What Is A Squamous Cell? This type of carcinoma is made up of flat squamous cells that live near the middle and outer… read more

Selecting The Perfect Skin Care Regimen For You

There’s so much info about the ‘perfect’ skin care routine, but what does this mean? The truth is there is no one perfect regimen that will work for everyone. That’s because we’re all individuals with different skin care needs. The important thing is to focus on the three basics that apply to all skin types:… read more

How To Know If You Have Rosacea

It’s normal to get red-faced every now and then. Sometimes you blush when you’re embarrassed or flush when you’re hot. But if this blushing and flushing is permanent, you could be dealing with a common skin issue called rosacea. It’s a condition that causes red skin in the center of the face around the cheeks,… read more

Sunscreen: Your Beauty BFF

There’s nothing quite as powerful as sunscreen for preserving your glowing skin. It’s the one beauty product that will give you the biggest bang for your buck and it’s the best kept secret in cosmetic dermatology. It’s preventative, so it’s harder to get excited about than other products. But sunscreen really is the most glamorous… read more

Get Glowy Skin With A Chemical Peel

Chemical peels are one of those facial treatments you can benefit from no matter what skin issue you want to improve, whether acne scars, fine lines, or dark spots. A peel will make them fade away and reveal glowing skin that looks amazing. We had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Raza Mehdi from our… read more

Why You Should Let a Dermatologist Check Your Acne

Whether it’s a blemish, bump, or blackhead, you want to clear acne fast. We understand–we’ve been there too. But trying to treat it on your own with over-the-counter products is often a waste of time and money. Plus, it can be frustrating. Drug store products are usually only effective for mild acne like whiteheads and… read more

The Best Treatments for Face Pigmentation

How does pigmentation begin? Pigmentation or hyperpigmentation occurs when the skin darkens in patches or on a widespread basis. Pigmentation and hyperpigmentation can be the result of a combination of factors including hormones, sun exposure, inflammation, damage to the skin, and certain medications. When melanin or pigment is in overdrive and produced in excess from… read more

How Simple & Easy Botox Treatment is

Many of us have heard the word Botox hundreds of times, if not more. Botox is an injection that enhances the cosmetic appearance of an individual. Botox works by minimizing and diminishing the appearance of frown lines and fine lines that can be found on the forehead, around the eyebrows, between the eyebrows and around… read more

What is Coolsculpting?

CoolSculpting is an amazing and nonsurgical treatment option to address stubborn fat in several areas around the body. How does CoolSculpting work? CoolSculpting uses freezing temperatures to help diminish stubborn fat. Most CoolSculpting treatments take about an hour and during the procedure, the provider applies the CoolSculpting treatment pad to the targeted area and cools… read more

How Does Sclerotherapy Work?

Sclerotherapy is a treatment that is popular with those who would like to eliminate unsightly veins in their legs, but what exactly is sclerotherapy? What can Sclerotherapy treat? Sclerotherapy helps reduce the appearance of veins in the skin, such as varicose veins and spider veins. Besides improving vein appearance, sclerotherapy can also help improve symptoms… read more

How Does Acne Start?

Acne is a very common skin condition that affects individuals of all skin types, and often leads to scarring and hyperpigmentation if not treated properly. What Causes Acne? When the dead skin collects on the surface of your face or body, hormones stimulate the production of sebum. This leads to the formation of white heads… read more

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