Category Archives: Skin Care

Top 5 Characteristics of a Quality MedSpa

When you are looking into your options for a medical spa in Kentucky, you want to be sure that you are receiving quality service and accurate results. Unfortunately, many patients simply trust their local medical spa to provide a good outcome without considering a number of factors that all play into a successful med spa experience. Here are five of…

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My Guide to the HydraFacial™

Good hydration is the foundation of healthy, beautiful skin. When skin is properly hydrated, it stays soft and supple and is better able to heal itself. But at-home moisturizers don’t penetrate deeply, and regular facials and other treatments can irritate the skin. At my med spa, Irvine and other Southern California patients can deeply refresh and hydrate their skin with…

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The True Test of Skincare Products

When I introduce patients to professional-caliber skin care products at my Toronto medspa, the transformation they see in their skin is often remarkable. Many of my patients tell me that they know the products are doing their job when other people notice a difference, too. I believe that the true test of a skincare product is whether family, friends, and…

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For Non-Surgical Skin Tightening, See a Skin Specialist

Wrinkles and skin laxity often result from aging, sun damage and collagen degradation in the skin. A non-surgical skin tightening procedure can help to firm and lift the skin without invasive surgery or downtime. Thermage with Comfort–Pulse Technology (CPT) is a safe, non-invasive radiofrequency procedure that is clinically proven to help smooth and improve skin quality for an overall younger…

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The Best Treatments for Sun Damage

At our cosmetic surgery practice near Palm Springs, one of the most common concerns our patients come in with is sun damage. With more than 300 days of sunshine every year in our region, we’ve honed our expertise. Here are our best picks, both surgical and non-surgical, for treating sun damage: Skin care treatments performed by licensed estheticians can exfoliate…

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