Monthly Archives: February 2011

3 Chemical Peel Tips

Many of our skin care patients in Louisville ask about chemical peels and their benefits. Chemical peels can be very helpful for improving the health and appearance of facial skin. Different levels of peels provide different benefits, and some provide more extensive correcting. So, knowing this information, you may be wondering, “Which peel is right for me?” To help determine…

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Who Needs a Dermatologist? You Do!

We tend to take our skin for granted, but as the largest of the body’s organs, it carries out many vital functions that are essential to our health. Among the numerous important jobs the skin does, it regulates the body’s temperature and serves as a protective barrier and a filter between our insides and harmful elements outside. Even if your…

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Interest in Cosmetic Surgery on the Rise

I came across a fascinating article the other day on that found a shift in attitudes about cosmetic surgery. The poll of 2,148 adults saw a heightened interest in cosmetic surgery among consumers. Specifically, the article found a 15 point increase among the number of people who stated that they would choose plastic surgery if money weren’t an issue…

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Exploring the Art of Permanent Makeup

You’ve probably heard about permanent makeup – but do you know what it really is? To start, permanent makeup is a procedure that implants color into the skin. During the treatment, the color will be implanted into both the inner (dermis) and outer (epidermis) layer of skin, and it will look darker than normal. As your skin heals, the epidermis…

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Show Your Skin Some Love This Valentine’s Day

Around Valentine”s Day and the colder months, we need to show our skin more love than usual, and what better time than Valentine”s Day to treat yourself to a skin care procedure in Louisville. Below are some treatments that can be beneficial to skin during this time of the year: Microdermabrasion. This treatment is helpful for removing dead skin cells…

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