Beauty At Every Age




50s

In your 50s, skin becomes drier leading to less acne but increased dullness. Age spots and skin tags tend to become more prominent, and changes in collagen and elastin levels increase the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Try this Intensive Deep Wrinkle Treatment to diminish fine lines, revealing younger looking skin. Beyond your 50s, you can expect the fine lines and wrinkles you had in your 50s to become more dramatic, especially if you smoked or spent excess time in the sun.Read More >

Beauty At Every Age




20s

For most people, the twenties are a busy and active time, full of days in the sun and plenty of exposure to the elements. Though aging may not yet be a concern for most, there are steps that can be taken to prevent premature aging. Of course, including a daily moisturizer with SPF is key in preventing the damage that UV rays can cause. The skin of someone in their twenties tends to be on the oilier side, leaning towards an oilier t-zone and hairline—especially the nose.Read More >

Beauty At Every Age




30s

In your thirties, skin loses a lot of the oiliness it had during your twenties, so make sure to moisturize regularly to help return the natural glow to your skin. Expression lines may become more etched, especially around the forehead, eyes, and lips, though these signs of aging may be mitigated by wearing sunglasses outside and not smoking.Read More >

Beauty At Every Age




40s

Dramatic changes start to happen to your skin in your 40s, especially when it comes to elasticity. You may find your skin has become drier, and has lost some of the elasticity from your twenties and thirties—especially around the jaw, the eyes, and the ears. The fine lines you began to see in your thirties may have become deeper around the expression areas (eyes, mouth, and forehead). In many cases, sun exposure has led to more freckles, discoloration, and uneven skin tone.Read More >

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Sweep away spider veins for good with this in-office procedure

Many short dresses have been ruined by these thread-like clusters. Caused by injury, genetics, pregnancy, or simply aging, what we call spider veins are actually broken blood vessels. Injections (sclerotherapy) can help reduce there appearance, but if you’re needle-shy, consider laser treatment. One laser in particular (a V-beam) sends a strong burst of light through the skin, breaking up spider veins nonsurgically. They are then reabsorbed, and the treated cluster is gone for good.Read More >

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Ceramide can help you fall in love with autumn skin

If your skin gets dry and itchy when fall approaches, try looking for a product with a little extra protection. Ceramide is a type of natural fat that your skin uses to seal in water. When applied to your skin, they are absorbed quickly, reinforcing the natural moisture barrier. So try a moisturizer enhanced with ceramide, and we guarantee you’ll fall in love with the instant glow.

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A diamond may be forever, but a tattoo doesn’t have to be

There are so many beautiful, creative tattoos out there, to express our passion, our memories, and our lives. But occasionally, we want a future that’s clean of the past. Laser technology is helping make impulsive decisions a thing of the past, without the risk of scarring. Depending on the size (and the pigments used), most tattoos can be erased over the course of 2-4 sessions. Ask your dermatologist for a consultation, and see what options might be best for you.Read More >