Conditions

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Look through some common conditions that our services treat to find what treatment works best for your specific needs.

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Acne

Facial Acne

Facial Acne is caused by clogged and blocked openings of hair follicles with  dead skin cells and oil. When the clogged or blocked pore gets infected with bacteria, a pimple forms. This creates a small red bump filled with pus.

Neck Acne

Neck Acne is caused by clogged and blocked openings of hair follicles with dead skin cells and oil. When the clogged or blocked pore gets infected with bacteria, a pimple forms. This creates a small red bump filled with pus.

Back Acne

Back Acne is caused by clogged and blocked openings of hair follicles with dead skin cells and oil. When the clogged or blocked pore gets infected with bacteria, a pimple forms. This creates a small red bump filled with pus.

Acne Scars

Acne scars are caused from inflammation within acne blemishes. This occurs when swelling in the acne pore causes a breakdown in the pore walls.

Unwanted Hair

Arms

Legs

Back

Chest

Face

Under Arms

Bikini

Neck

Body Conditions

Loose Skin

Saggy or loose skin can be caused from genetics but is generally due to skin laxity as a result from old age and to much sun exposure. As we get older, the dermis layer of skin produces less elastin, hyaluronic acid, and collagen. This results in a decrease of strength, hydration, and elasticity in the skin, making it more relaxed and thinner.

Cellulite

Cellulite is a condition that causes dimpled and lumpy flesh on the hips, thighs, abdomen, and buttocks. It is created from increased amounts of fat cells that push up against the skin that produces the dimpling and uneven surfaces.

Wrinkles & Fine Lines

Wrinkles are ridges, creases, or folds in the skin. Age is the most common factor, generally occurring in the places where the skin naturally folds through expressions and movements. As develop as you age due to thinning and loss of elasticity within the skin.

Striae

Striae occurs due to tearing in the dermis layer of the skin throughout rapid periods of growth, most commonly during pregnancy, and puberty. Stretch marks generally appear on the stomach, lower back, thighs, buttocks, breasts, and hips.

Facial Conditions

Loose Skin

Saggy or loose skin can be caused from genetics but is generally due to skin laxity as a result from old age and to much sun exposure. As we get older, the dermis layer of skin produces less elastin, hyaluronic acid, and collagen. This results in a decrease of strength, hydration, and elasticity in the skin, making it more relaxed and thinner.

Double Chin

A double chin is a layer of fat that forms below the chin. Most often people associate a double chin with being overweight or weight gain, which can play a factor but is not generally the primary reason. Your genetics and looser skin caused from aging can also cause a double chin.

Wrinkles & Fine Lines

Wrinkles are ridges, creases, or folds in the skin. Age is the most common factor, generally occurring in the places where the skin naturally folds through expressions and movements. As develop as you age due to thinning and loss of elasticity within the skin.

Tired Eyes

Most Commonly saggy or tiered eyes are caused from a lack of sleep or hydration, allergies, any sort of strain on the eyes (staring at a screen, driving, or reading for too long). Old age also plays a large role as the elastin’s in your skin decrease and your skin around the eye becomes thinner.

Skin Conditions

Rosacea

Rosacea is a condition that causes blushing, prominent blood vessels within the skin and occasionally small, pus-filled bumps.

Dry & Dull Skin

Our dead skin cells naturally shed off on a regular basis. Every now and then our dead skin doesn’t shed as it should and instead builds up a layer of dead cells on the surface of your skin. This results in a dry, flakey, and dull skin texture.

Age Spots

Age spots appear on the hands, face and other body parts that are highly exposed to the sun creating areas of discoloration (hyperpigmentation).

Scars

Scars form when the deepest layer of skin, the dermis, is damaged. The body produces collagen fibers to repair the damaged skin, resulting in a scar. Generally the scar tissue has a different color and texture then the surrounding tissue.

Enlarged Pores

Pores become enlarge mainly as a result of too much sun exposure and clogging due to an excess amount of dead skin, dirt, and oil. Genetics and hormones also play a small role. These factors lead to a decreased in elasticity around the pore making the skin less supple.

Visible Vessels

Vessels commonly occur due to old age and the lack of thickness and elasticity within the skin. Your veins expand due to stress and pressure, paring this with thin skin creates the appearance of popping veins.

Uneven Texture

Many factors play into uneven skin texture including acne, scaring, dead skin cell build-up on the surface of the skin, sun damage, genetics, and pollution.

Melasma

Hyperpigmentation is caused by an excess production of melanin, which is what gives skin its color. Melanin is made up of skin cells called melanocytes. The most common cause of excess melanin is due to high amounts of sun exposure to a given area.

Hair Loss

Balding

Receding Hair Line

Thinning

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