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Chemical Peels in 2015

Posted on September 3, 2015 at 1:26 pm

Just saying the words “chemical peel” can send patients running, but peels of today are not the same as peels of yesterday! Peels are categorized by the concentration of the acids and can range from superficial (also known as light peels) to medium or deep peels. The medical industry now has peels for every skin… Read More →

Keep Your Hands Looking Young!

Posted on May 7, 2015 at 2:24 pm

At home: Apply sunscreen every morning and reapply every 80 minutes. We love Supergoop Hand Cream SPF 40! It combines antioxidants and sunscreen for double protection. Keep hands moisturized. When the hands are dry, they look dull and older. Supergoop Hand Cream is still great.. also try Cetaphil Therapeutic Hand Cream which is especially good for red, chapped… Read More →

Glowing Skin: Four Step Holiday Prep!

Posted on December 12, 2014 at 11:59 am

Winter weather and celebrations can take a toll on your skin. Here are four helpful tips to ensure beautiful glowing skin this holiday season! 1) Silkpeel Infusion Microdermabrasion (5-7 days before event) – If your complexion is looking dull, you need a fully customizable facial treatment. The Silkpeel uses a diamond tip that sloughs off… Read More →

Summer Skin Irritations

Posted on June 12, 2014 at 3:55 pm

We all love summertime, but it does bring increased exposure to outside irritants including poison ivy, mosquitoes, heat rashes, and sun burns. Here are our tips for dealing with summer skin issues: Allergic Contact Dermatitis The itching and blistering of allergic contact dermatitis can occur after contact with an allergen, a substance that causes an… Read More →

Gorgeous Skin at Every Age – 2014 Skin Care Planner – Summer Edition

Posted on May 22, 2014 at 1:35 pm

Welcome to our Summer Edition of the 2014 Skin Care Plan. With increased sun exposure, your skin usually tans no matter how much SPF you put on.  Certain treatments should be postponed until fall, and others should start now! Sclerotherapy and lasers are mostly off limits for the summer months, but vacation days are a… Read More →

Self Tanning Do’s and Don’ts

Posted on April 25, 2014 at 3:11 pm

The safest way to tan is to leave UV rays out of the equation! With Skin Cancer being the most common cancer in the United States we are strong promoters of sunless tanning. Here are some tips on how to get a flawless summer glow.   1.  Start Out Smooth Do: Exfoliate If you want… Read More →

Wedding Day Prep for Glowing Skin

Posted on March 6, 2014 at 10:24 am

In the midst of wedding day planning it’s easy to forget about your skin. I have seen many brides-to-be come into the office with only a few months until their wedding and unfortunately don’t have the time to accomplish their skin care goals. You want to look and feel your best on your big day… Read More →

Show Your Love This Valentine’s Day

Posted on February 10, 2014 at 2:47 pm

This Valentine’s Day, show your love by performing a skin exam with your partner. Studies have shown that patients themselves detect about half of all melanomas, and that proper performance of self skin-examinations may reduce the chances of dying of this potentially deadly disease by as much as 63 percent. This is an excellent reason… Read More →

Vacation Product Packing

Posted on February 3, 2014 at 10:15 am

Vacation time, no matter where you are heading, brings with it some special skin care needs. Sometimes, it may be impossible to carry all of your normal skin care products with you or you might not be able to do your daily skin care regimen. We’ve provided the packing essentials when heading somewhere cold or… Read More →

Gorgeous Skin at Every Age – 2014 Skin Care Planner

Posted on January 27, 2014 at 4:01 pm

Start your new year off with a targeted plan to rejuvenate your skin. Kick start 2014 with a 12 week plan using treatments optimal for cool weather and less sun exposure. Skin care is a year round process, so get started now and watch for a spring and summer plan in our future posts. 20’s… Read More →

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