Conditions

Enlarged Pores

Enlarged pores are depressions in the facial skin surface that contain openings to the ducts carrying sweat and oil from sebaceous glands. Mainly occurring in the T-zone on your face, enlarged pores are a common side effect of oily skin, and can be affected by sun exposure, acne, and genetics. Recommended Treatments Microneedling

Double Chin

A double chin, also known as submental fat, is a common condition that occurs when a layer of fat forms below your chin. While double chins are often associated with weight gain, you don’t have to be overweight to have one. Genetics or looser skin resulting from aging may also cause a double chin. Recommended…

Crow’s Feet

Crow’s feet are wrinkles that appear around the outside the corners of the eye. Unlike wrinkles or expression lines on other areas of the face, crow’s feet usually appear deeper or more pronounced on the skin. Also referred to as laughter lines, crow’s feet are most commonly caused by UV exposure and the loss of…

Complexion

Your skin complexion changes over time. Age spots, dry flakes, large pores, oil slicks, hormonal breakouts, random splotches, dark circles, and eye bags are all normal wear and tear and become more prominent as we get older. Skin loses elasticity, and the effects of sun, smiles, nutrition, smoking, and gravity show up. Recommended Treatments IPL…

Brown Spots

Age spots, sometimes called sun spots or skin lesions, are flat brown, gray, or black spots on the skin that usually occur on sun-exposed areas. They can occur due to a variety of reasons such as aging, sun damage and hormonal changes (such as during pregnancy). While not dangerous, they are unsightly. Recommended Treatments IPL…

Broken Capilliaries

Broken capillaries (also known as spider veins) are dilated or enlarged blood vessels just beneath the surface of the skin, usually showing up as red spots on our cheeks, chin, and nose area. We have delicate veins under the skin that are responsible for circulation within the face, which can sometimes break, causing visible red…

Aging Skin

Your skin changes with age. Aging skin becomes thinner, loses fat, and no longer looks as plump and smooth as it used to. It can be characterized by features such as wrinkling, loss of elasticity, laxity, and rough-textured appearance. How your skin ages depends on a variety of factors, including your lifestyle, diet, genetics, exposure…

Acne Scarring

Acne scars are stubborn and usually the result of inflamed blemishes that were caused by skin pores engorged with excess oil, dead skin cells and bacteria. Scarring can occur if spots are picked or squeezed, so we highly recommend to avoid doing so. As we age, acne scars often become more noticeable because our skin…