AGING | TREATMENTS | SKINCARE Get Ahead Of Wrinkles And Aging! Prejuvenation is a new term used to describe steps you can take to stay ahead of aging skin and appearance and keep a lifetime of healthy, youthful skin. It is said there is no time like the present and that
FITNESS | SKIN CONCERNS | SKINCARE Expert Tips For Managing Workout Skin Conditions Is your workout causing skin problems? Here’s some tips on managing common skin conditions caused or worsened from athletic activities. Acne/Folliculitis Sweat and occlusion from tight clothing can lead to acne and folliculitis. Tips
Micro-needling is a minimally invasive treatment that employs very small needles that mechanically perforate the outer layers of the skin. This creates a controlled injury underneath the skins surface, thereby inducing the body to respond by producing more collagen in the treated areas.
There is a new neuromuscular relaxer that we have been using for about a year and have been very happy with the results it delivers. Meet Jeuveau. What is Jeuveau? Jeuveau is a neuromuscular relaxer (NMR) similar to Botox. These products (NMRs) – Botox, Dysport, Xeomin and Jeuveau - when
Keersten Jackson, Lead Aesthetician Keerstan Jackson, Lead Aesthetician at Charlotte Skin and Laser answers the most common questions she receives about treatment masks including how and why you should use one. Stay tuned next week for more information about treatment masks including how to choose the best one for your
What Can Radiofrequency Do For My Skin? By Elizabeth Rostan, MD Radiofrequency is an energy treatment that can be used to tighten skin, reduce wrinkles and enhance overall appearance of facial and non-facial skin. RF treatments are very popular as many have little to no downtime and because they deliver such
During the winter months our skin is exposed to a less humid environment and cold temperatures. Outdoor activities can also expose skin to wind, as well as cold. These factors can lead to dry and cracked skin making it more prone to itch, discomfort and rash. Below are some great tips for keeping your skin
All acne lesions start with what is called the micro-comedome which goes on to be a comedome or clogged pore. Comedomes form from upper skin cell layers sticking together and not sloughing off, thus blocking the pore and causing build up of oil and debris in the pore. These build ups can be "open comedomes"