Finding your perfect pair can be as simple as an in-depth consultation with a skin care specialist. Your skin is very unique and has specific needs. Identify your skin goals and find your perfect pair to fight dark spots.
Sometimes a magic duo is required including laser treatments along with an active serum to get the most dramatic results in the shortest amount of time.
Exfoliation is a great way to rejuvenate our skin. The key to skin rejuvenation - whether it is mechanical exfoliation, chemical exfoliation or microneedling - is to maintain the health of skin structures and stimulate cellular renewal. There are a variety of treatments and devices available and it's important to know which one is right for you. Following are four of the most popular methods used today.
Acne can appear on skin of all ages, and can be difficult to deal with. With the correct professional treatments and home care products we can get it under control. Most people think that using strong products that dry out oily skin is what to do but DON'T. This will cause the skin to produce even more sebum (oil) and you will get stuck with even oilier skin and more break outs then you had to begin with. Skin care that is gentle, not drying and that treats the skin correctly is the way to go when it comes to oily and acne skin. That along with a good moisturizer and sunscreen is the way to take control.
With so many options available we always suggest to consult with a skin care specialist who knows your skin. If you are new to this process, find someone reputable and bring in the home skincare products you are currently using. This information along with other will help with the type and depth of the peel that will be used.
The term Skin Brightener has an extremely broad meaning ranging from an exfoliating scrub to a product that inhibits the production of melanin in your skin. What they all do, to some degree, is lighten and brighten your skin.
Treatments and products for evening out skin tone have never been more popular and anyone who hopes to get a jump on aging should start to consider using them.
One of the most common conditions seen today by skin health practitioners is melasma. Melasma is also one of the most stubborn and toughest-to-treat pigment disorders.
This type of hyperpigmentation presents itself in dense patches, often in a symmetrical pattern. It is usually seen on the cheeks, forehead, upper lip and chin, and occasionally on other sun-exposed areas, such as the arms and chest. Melasma is often called chloasma or pregnancy mask when it occurs in pregnant women.
Hyper-pigmentation is when there is a darkening of the skin. Microneedling, using a needle pen, can help to reduce this hyper-pigmentation by breaking up the pigment below the skin surface. This collagen induction therapy (CID) another word for micro needling, can easily aid the skin without removing or damaging the epidermis. Several treatments are required along with some skin lightening products and your skin tone will be evened out.
Hyperpigmentation, aka brown spots, are one of the most common skin conditions we see in clients of all ages. It is best to offer targeted treatments for that specific concern but the first step is to try to figure out what is causing the hyperpigmentation. Once the root is determined we then decide what the right treatment protocol would be for that specific patients lifestyle, budget and timeframe. It is extremely important to teach the client not only how to correct uneven pigment but also how to prevent further development.
Micro Needling or Collage induction Therapy as it also is called, is done with a small hand held devise that makes tiny controlled punctures called a micro-wounds, or channels. These micro-wounds trigger the bodies healing process to produce new collagen and elastin within the dermis, (lower layer of the skin). Also new capillaries are formed for improved blood supply.
Need some help with your skin? Try a Jessner! A Jessner peel is a popular medium-depth chemical peel that works to improve skin health by helping remove and heal skin damage that is more extensive than regular “wear and tear.” This skin care treatment is stronger than most superficial chemical peels, and therefore creates more temporary damage to the skin in the process.