SKIN PROBLEMS

While gravity is responsible for some signs of skin aging it is the muscle action that produces the wrinkles and the deep facial lines.Skin wrinkles are grooves in the skin, which can be on the surface of the skin or can be quite deep. Wrinkles are the thin, deep, creased, and sagging skin that is especially noticeable on the face, neck, top of the forearms andback of the hands. Wrinkles in turn can be divided into two categories; fine, surface lines and deep furrows. Light wrinkle treatments are very effective for fine lines; whereas deeper creases may require more aggressive techniques. Wind, heat and chemicals and the natural effects of aging cause a certain amount of wrinkling in everyone, but it is much worse in people who spend a lot of time in the sun. The skin begins to sag in places where the collagen, the elastic fibers that support the skin, has weakened the most. The skin around the eyelids, jaw, and neck is especially thin, and therefore more naturally prone to aging. Methods to improve the wrinklesinclude filling the thinned out skin and depressions, weaken the muscles responsible for the lines, and other techniquesstimulate collagen growth The treatments for wrinkles include Botox®, Fillers, Chemical Peels, Smoothbeam Laser, Medical Microdermabrasion or Surgical Dermabrasion. These treatments may be recommended individually or in combination.

CELLULITE
Cellulite is sometimes viewed as an unscientific term. While there is no official disease called cellulite, the phenomenon it refers to clearly exists. Basically, the term cellulite refers to skin dimpling caused by protrusions of subcutaneous fat into the dermis and other irregularities of the junction between the skin and subcutaneous fat. Other names used synonymously to cellulite include orange peel syndrome, cottage cheese skin, and so forth. According to various estimates, over 80% of adult women have some degree of cellulite. Cellulite is possible but infrequent in men.
The treatments for cellulite include Carboxytherapy, Mesotherapy or GX-99. These treatments may be recommended individually or in combination.

SPIDER VEINS/ BROKEN CAPILLARIES / VARICOSE VEINS
Spider veins and broken capillaries, Telangiectasia, are abnormally dilated small vessels near the surface of the skin. They are usually only between 0.5 and 3 millimeters in size and can develop anywhere on the body but are typically found on the face and/or legs. These are harmless and generally cause no pain or discomfort as opposed to varicose veins (large enlarged veins), which may be symptomatic. Their main impact is unsightly appearance. The causes of spider veins include: increased age, family history, hormonal changes, pregnancy,various factors increasing blood volume and pressure in the legs (obesity, leg injury, prolonged standing, heavy lifting, etc.), sun exposure, inflammatory skin diseases, such as rosacea, chronic skin irritation/inflammation. (This factor is more relevant for spider veins on the face.)
Treatment for Spider Veins or Varicose isScelerotherapy or Laser treatments. With large varicose veins, surgical treatments, such as vein stripping, may be required.

DARK UNDER-EYE CIRCLES
We have had excellent results treating dark circles under the eyes with a combination of topical ointments, peels and carboxytherapy. There is often a slight hollowness called the "tear trough" associated with these circles and this can be improved with fillers. Reducing your stress and detoxification will also help you look your best.
Treatment for Under-Eye Circles includeCarboxytherapy, fillers, chemical peels, or detoxification treatments. These treatments may be recommended individually or in combination.

HYPER-PIGMENTATION (Dark pigmentation)

Skin pigmentation disorders and irregularities are common. Hyperpigmentation problems are particularly prevalent and many are associated with aging. While the triggers may vary, hyperpigmentation occurs when pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) become more active than normal, which leads to the production and deposition of more pigment (melanin).

Age spots / sun spots (solar lentigines)

Age spots/sun spots (solar lentigines) are pigmented skin blemishes associated with aging, sun damage and, to a lesser degree, other forms of skin damage. They are sometimes erroneously called liver spots, which is misleading because they are unrelated to the liver and in no way reflect liver function. Age spots range in color from light brown to black and are predominantly located in areas exposed to the sun, such as hands, face, and arms.
Treatments for Age Spots include – Deep and Medium Chemical Peel, Smoothbeam Laser, topical ointments and Surgical Dermabrasion. A customized treatment plan may include one treatment or a combination

Freckles

Freckles (ephelides) are small, pigmented spots containing more melanin than the surrounding skin. Freckles are not caused by aging and/or sun damage. As opposed to age spots, freckles tend to fade with age. Sun exposure, while not a cause of freckles, typically makes freckles much more prominent. Freckles are found mainly in fair skinned people and tend to run in families. The cause of freckles appears to be largely genetic.
Treatments for Freckles include – Deep and Medium Chemical Peel, topical ointments andSmoothbeam Laser. A customized treatment plan may include one treatment or a combination.

Melasma

Melasma is a condition characterized by increased tan-like skin pigmentation typically having uneven, patchy distribution.While hormonal changes seem to be the most common cause of melasma ,other factors may have a role. In particular, a combination of sun damage and certain ingredients found in deodorants, toiletry and other personal care products may result in melasma - apparently due to local sensitization of melanocytes.
Treatments for Melasma include – An intense treatment plan using Deep and Medium Chemical Peels with topical ointments .

STRETCH MARKS

Stretch marks are caused by a rapid expansion of skin due to pregnancy or weight gain. When skin is stretched excessively it causes tiny tears in the second layer of skin, and in many cases the top layer of skin, leaving stretch marks. This breakdown and/or loss of Collagen and Elastin fibers causes scars. They can vary in color from a light pink to a dark purple.
Treatments for Stretch Marks include – Carboxytherapy, Deep and Medium Chemical Peels, topical ointments, Smoothbeam Laser or Surgical Dermabrasion. A customized treatment plan may include one treatment or a combination.

ACNE SCARS

Acne scars are a result of either picking at acne erruptionns, or severe chronic acne erruptions. Since acne scars come in various sizes and shapes, individualizing treatments becomes necessary to maximize the results. Treatments for Acne Scars include – Deep Chemical Peels, Smoothbeam Laser, Fillers or Surgical Dermabrasion. A customized treatment plan may include one treatment or a combination.

ENLARGED PORES Tendencies for large pores are largely based on genetics, so chances are if your parents had them, you will too. Although they are more common on those with oily skin, large pores can also happen to those with drier complexions. Pores tend to get larger as we age and occur most often in what's called the "T-zone," or the area from your chin up the center of your face to your forehead.
Treatments for Enlarged Pores include –Deep and Medium Chemical Peels or Smoothbeam Laser. A customized treatment plan may include one treatment or a combination.

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