How to Treat Sun Spots, Age Spots and Melasma

Sunspots, age spots, melasma, acne marks: Whatever you call it, hyperpigmentation can be as difficult to treat as it is to avoid. Hyperpigmentation begins in the late teens and early twenties and gets progressively worse as you age.  It can be caused by cumulative exposure to the sun or tanning beds, hormones, genetics, and/or the… Read More »

Caring for Your Skin Beneath Your Face Mask

There’s been a lot to get used to throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. With cases in America still on a steady rise, it’s more important than ever to follow CDC social distancing and face mask guidelines. While facial coverings are invaluable when it comes to protecting yourself and those around you from the coronavirus––they aren’t kind… Read More »

All About Eyes: What Causes Under-Eye Bags and How to Treat Them

In most cases, tracing where under-eye bags come from isn’t hard. After a good cry or a particularly late night, your skin responds by becoming puffy or darker than normal. But some people chronically struggle with bags under their eyes. While under-eye bags typically aren’t medically concerning, they commonly cause anxiety and self-consciousness. Often, bags… Read More »

Why are there Different Types of Fillers?

Fillers, sometimes called facial or dermal fillers, are among the most popular non-invasive cosmetic procedures available today. These diverse products can be used for a number of aesthetic and medical aims, including plumping lips, erasing under-eye bags, lifting eyebrows, enhancing cheekbones, and can provide a rejuvenating boost to help you look a few years younger…. Read More »

Microneedling for Surgical Scarring

No matter how skilled your surgeon is, there will be some degree of scarring after any surgery. While cosmetic medicine has come a long way in minimizing scarring and innovating techniques to allow for subtle incision placement, we’ve yet to create a truly “scarless” procedure. That said, treating surgical scarring is now more advanced than… Read More »

How Much Botox Do You Actually Need?

Botox is the number one non-invasive cosmetic surgery procedure in the world. In 2019, over seven and a half-million Americans benefited from Botox’s powerful anti-aging and wrinkle rejuvenating properties. Even with all that popularity, though, myths and confusion often surround what Botox is, how it works, and how much Botox you actually need. With so much… Read More »

Can Kybella Cause Hair Loss?

KYBELLA™ (deoxycholic acid) is an injectable treatment used to improve the appearance of the “double chin,” also known as submental fat. Naturally produced by our livers, Kybella’s formula is safe, effective, and presents a low risk of possible side effects. To see full results, patients should plan for multiple treatment sessions spaced at least one… Read More »