March 3rd, 2014 Blog Admin
Both microdermabrasion and dermabrasion improve the texture of the skin by sloughing away dull or imperfect skin layers, but one is more complex and does a better job removing deep wrinkles and scars. Learn more about the differences between dermabrasion and microdermabrasion.
Microdermabrasion is a gentler treatment that refreshes aging skin. Because it is a gentle process, you do not need anesthesia during the treatment. This helps keep costs down, while still offering some improvements to the texture of your skin. Read the rest of this entry »
February 12th, 2014 Blog Admin
Acne can occur at any age, though it is most common in the teen years. It’s caused by the overproduction of oils within the layers of skin. With whiteheads, bacteria and dead skin cells build up in hair follicles and the infection leads to the pus that pushes against the skin, causing the white appearance.
Blackheads form when the hair follicle is open and able to receive oxygen, but the dead skin cells and oil are still trapped within the hair follicle. With either form, the unsightly appearance on the skin can make you feel self-conscious, lower your self-esteem, and even lead to bullying by your peers.
While there are over-the-counter skin creams and washes to help acne, many teens and adults do not find they work effectively. A trip to a facial plastic surgeon can be the best way to find an active acne treatment that clears up the skin on a long-lasting basis. Read the rest of this entry »