Category Archives Skin Care

Acne scar chemical peel

Yes, chemical peels help address acne and acne scars. It helps control breakouts and clean up scars, large pores, hyperpigmentation, etc. Acne scarring not only deprives you of clear, smooth skin but potentially takes away your self-esteem and confidence in the process. Thankfully, several treatments have been found effective in treating acne scarring – chemical peels being one of them.…

Skin health

Smoking is a tough addiction to break.  It's hard to resist the daily temptations of cigarettes and all the ways people find to smoke, from cigars to chewing tobacco. If you're thinking about quitting smoking, just do it!  Quitting smoking has an immediate effect on your skin. With improved blood flow to your skin, you can notice significant improvements in…

Botox for Jowls

Botox is used for cosmetic purposes to improve the appearance and remove wrinkles. In recent years there has been a lot of debate on the effectiveness of Botox injection for reducing 'jowls.' This post will provide information on Botox and how it can be used to minimize the appearance of jowls.  It will also provide some advice for patients considering…

Makeup in photographs

Most of us spend time checking out tips and hacks for photos from time to time, and they’re often great. The trouble is, things often get too complicated! Some tricks are easy to remember and put into practice, though.  So, try using some of the tips below. It's a basic know-how kind of stuff and a perfect way to prepare…

flabby skin

Losing large amounts of weight can leave a person with flabby, loose skin, especially if they undergo rapid weight loss. Reduced collagen and elastin in the dermis may also contribute to flabby, loose skin. Common areas of loose skin post weight loss are eyelids, jowls, chin, throat, upper arms, and stomach. Firm skin in young people can stretch and retract…

Contouring is an artistic creation of illusions to sculpt facial and body features. Honestly, nobody is perfect in all aspects. We may get away with chubby cheeks with a little blush, but it is not easy to hide an extra-long or a blunt nose. However, creating a shadow effect around the nose can help bring out the best of its…

lipodissolve

Lipodissolve is one of many non-invasive treatments used to melt down fat in certain parts of the body. It is intended to treat areas with small amounts of fat, such as double chin, jaw, jowls, arms, abdomen, hips, and thighs. The Lipodissolve procedure is not FDA approved, and it is illegal in the United States to use or import phosphatidylcholine…

back acne

Acne is a commonly occurring skin condition and can occur anywhere on the body, including the back. Back acne is usually caused by the build-up of excess oil, sweat, and dead skin cells. Acne can occur at any age for various reasons, including daily habits, genetics, medications, hormones, sweat, stress, etc. Most people get acne during adolescence, and for some…

Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is a medical technique where a part of the body or the entire body (from neck to toe) is exposed to extremely cold temperatures for a few minutes. The temperatures can range between -100 to -140 °C (-148 to -220 °F). For many years, localized cryotherapy has been used to remove extra skin growth such as warts, skin tags,…

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