Winter brings many delights, but dewy, lovely skin usually isn’t one of them. If you’re not pleased with your skin, there’s good news. A HydraFacial® can eliminate the dryness and dullness of your winter complexion and give you a youthful glow.
Tired of dealing with hyperpigmentation? While this condition doesn’t hurt, it can make you feel self-conscious. In this article, we explain what causes hyperpigmentation, how to prevent it, and how to treat it.
While there may be nothing we can do about the passage of time, there are steps we can take to promote better skin health (and overall health) along the way. Here, we present our favorite anti-aging dietary tips.
Sun exposure results in long-term skin damage like hyperpigmentation, premature aging, and even skin cancer. You can undo some of the damage your fun in the sun has caused with IPL treatments. Here’s how it works.
Rosacea is a skin condition that affects millions of Americans with rashes, flushing, and other symptoms. While there are ways to medically treat this skin problem, you can find ways to help care for it at home. Read on to find out more.
A stitch — in time — saves nine. The same philosophy applies to your skin: Take care of minor issues now to avoid major issues in the future. Your best “stitch”? Regular professional facials keep your skin cells renewed, nourished, and healthy.
Your diet may be playing a more significant role in your acne breakouts than you realize. Learn how different foods can trigger inflammation that leads to painful pimples and acne scars. Read on to learn how diet impacts acne.
Botox® injections reduce the appearance of wrinkles for up to four months, on average, although this timeline can vary. There’s no avoiding the fact that neurotoxins don’t last forever, but these tips can help you make the most of your treatments.
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, affecting millions of people annually. One treatment used to treat multiple types of cancer is Mohs surgery, which has a high rate of success. Read on to find out more.
Are you looking for a noninvasive skin rejuvenation treatment that can restore beautiful skin? Get ready to love the skin you’re in — find out how intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments help minimize a wide variety of cosmetic skin flaws.
As the cooler months drive you indoors, you may find your skin drying out in the warmed environment. Getting older, too, means that it’s harder to retain the moisture that keeps your skin supple and nourished. What can you do?
Fine lines like crow’s feet become etched in the face with time, and you can’t just stretch your skin and make them disappear for good. Find out what you can do to erase those lines without plastic surgery.
Tired of covering up whiteheads and pimples every day? Acne affects up to 50 million Americans, but you don’t have to hide your acne any longer -- you can treat it! Continue reading to explore eight effective acne treatments.
Though any form of cancer is cause for concern, skin cancer is one of the most treatable forms of the disease, particularly when it’s caught early. Mohs micrographic surgery provides a way of completely removing a skin cancer lesion.
Are you tired of heading to the spa every month to have your hair (painfully!) pulled out by the roots with wax? Or grabbing your razor every other day before you shower? If you’re ready for more permanent hair removal, your skin needs a little prep.
Even after the sun sets and you’ve left the beach behind, the sun’s UVA and UVB rays continue to damage the DNA in your skin. The sun also breaks down your skin’s collagen and oxidizes the pigment. Repair the damage with IPL.
Your face isn’t as full as it used to be. It’s saggier, too. You may think it’s gravity’s fault, but it’s not. Instead, your face has lost skin depth, fat, and bone that used to keep it uplifted and taut. You don’t have to live with the loss.
You wouldn’t get a haircut at a fabric shop just because they have scissors. So why trust the remodeling of your face to beauty shops, just because they have needles? For safe — and gorgeous — results with Botox and fillers, find a dermatologist.
There are many things you want to leave behind when you become an adult, especially acne. Unfortunately, this skin condition can follow you into adulthood, but we’re here to help clear the way forward.