Irregular skin pigmentation can be caused by several different factors. Discoloration can be caused by your body’s physical reaction to its environment, exposure to sunlight, or a hormonal change. Whether you’re struggling with acne scars, rosacea, sun damage, or melasma, we offer many treatment options and are ready to help you learn how to treat irregular skin pigmentation. Often, the best results are achieved through a series of treatments. But because each patient’s skin care needs are unique, we want to make sure we find the approach that best fits your individual needs and lifestyle.
You’ve waited patiently (or rather impatiently) through your teenage years for clear skin, only to find that breakouts don’t end in your 20s. Or worse yet, maybe you had clear skin in your youth and now – all of the sudden – are experiencing adult-onset acne. You’re not alone. In fact, “some adults continue to get acne well into their 30s, 40s, and even 50s” (source). Knowing the causes of adult acne can help you keep breakouts at bay.
What is microneedling? You might have heard it called skin needling, collagen induction therapy, or percutaneous collagen induction. If you’re still in the dark, then you’ve been missing out on a revolutionary beauty treatment that can significantly improve the appearance of your skin. Would you like skin that looks fresh, firm, and attractive? Are you self-conscious about scars, stretch marks, or blemishes? It may be time to explore microneedling. [Read more…]
A rose in full bloom is a glorious sight that’s full of vibrancy, but as the flower fades, its petals shrink and curl. A similar progression occurs to the human face. Youthful faces have firm, elastic skin covering a fresh mix of full curves and strong angles. Then, the aging process slowly steals suppleness from the skin and volume from the facial features, resulting in a countenance that appears visibly older. If you’re unhappy with the sight you see in the mirror and eager to learn how to plump up your face for a more youthful look, then it’s worth considering the possibilities offered by injectable fillers. [Read more…]
Facial wrinkles are an inevitable part of the aging process, and our genetics play a role in how much our skin thins, dries, and loses elasticity over time. Other causes of facial wrinkles come from our environment and lifestyle choices, which can trigger our skin to prematurely age if we don’t take care of it properly. Fortunately for those hoping to revive their youthful appearance, there are a number of treatments that can help reduce the appearance of the fine surface lines and deep furrows associated with muscular contraction.