Everything You Need to Know About How Laser Skin Resurfacing Works

If you're looking to get rid of wrinkles, acne scars, and other blemishes, look no further than laser skin resurfacing. Here's what you need to know about it.

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It happens to all of us at some point. You're going about your life and then one day you look in the mirror and say, "Wow, when did I get old?"

If you've reached that point, we have a few bits of good news. The first is that you aren't alone. According to a survey by Allure, 56% of women and 34% of men are concerned about physical signs of aging.

The other piece of good news is that there's plenty you can do to keep aging at bay. We can't promise that you'll look 25 forever, but modern technology is full of ways to take years off your look.

Today we'll take a closer look at one of the most popular choices: laser skin resurfacing.

How Traditional Laser Skin Resurfacing Works

There are two different types of laser skin resurfacing: the traditional procedure and a new fractionated option. To help you understand your options, we'll discuss the traditional form of the treatment first.

During a skin resurfacing procedure, a provider uses one of a few different types of lasers: a CO2 laser or an erbium lasers. Both of these lasers are in the ablative category. That means they can remove tissue, unlike other lasers like those used in IPL facial rejuvenation.

Depending on the provider's choice and the patient's needs, the provider uses the chosen laser to send a precise beam of laser light into the skin. As the provider moves the beam across the treatment area, that laser removes the damaged surface layer of skin.

Why Does This Work?

Traditional laser skin resurfacing helps your appearance in a few different ways. First, removing surface skin can remove or lighten most of your age spots and wrinkles. Your body will replace that skin with younger, smoother skin.

Second, it creates a "controlled injury" to stimulate your body's natural healing process. When your body heals, it produces a protein called collagen and sends it to the "injured" area.

Collagen is the protein that makes young skin remain firm and smooth. As you age, your body produces less collagen. Without those added defenses, your skin develops wrinkles and starts to sag. When laser skin resurfacing initiates your body's healing process, though, it causes your body to produce more collagen. After the area heals, the treated skin is firmer and younger than before.

How Fractionated Laser Skin Resurfacing Works

Traditional laser skin resurfacing can get strong results, but it also requires a significant amount of recovery time. In recent decades, researchers found that they could get a similar effect if they only removed small areas of skin within the treatment area.

That is what fractionated laser skin resurfacing does. Instead of clearing away all the skin, it only removes skin in tiny dots throughout the treatment area. When your healing process kicks in, your body sends collagen to the entire treatment area, not just the dots the provider treated.

While the results from fractionated laser skin resurfacing aren't as extensive as the traditional procedure, they're still strong and in-depth. In exchange, patients enjoy far less recovery time. In fact, today fractionated treatments are performed far more often than traditional laser skin resurfacing.

How Laser Skin Resurfacing Compares to Other Skin Resurfacing Treatments

You've probably heard about other skin resurfacing treatments like Viva Skin Resurfacing. These procedures tend to use another process using tiny pins and delivering Radio Frequency instead of a laser.

In a Viva Resurfacing treatment, your provider uses tiny, ultrafine needles to create a dotted pattern on your skin. This stimulates your body's healing process, calling in the collagen.

In advanced skin resurfacing options like Viva, those needles also deliver targeted warmth to the deeper layers of the skin. This makes the results even more effective.

While their names are similar, these are two different approaches to anti-aging treatments. Before other skin resurfacing options don't remove any skin or have a laser's unique features, they don't have as much of an effect on brown spots like age spots.

While laser skin resurfacing tends to produce stronger results, it does require more recovery time. It's also important to note that some lasers don't interact well with dark skin. Some people with darker skin may not be candidates for laser treatments but could get great results from Viva skin resurfacing, which is good for all skin types.

The Benefits of Laser Skin Resurfacing

Now that you know the basics, here's the fun part: finding out all the issues laser skin resurfacing can treat.

Last year, plastic surgeons alone performed over 90,000 laser resurfacing procedures. Considering that most fractionated laser skin resurfacing treatments are done by other medical professionals, it's clear that the treatments are beyond popular. That's because they can treat so many cosmetic concerns at once:

Fine Lines and Wrinkles

As we mentioned above, you lose collagen in your skin as you age. That lack of collagen means your skin forms wrinkles after years of repeated facial expressions.

Some fine lines are only in the surface layers of your skin. When laser skin resurfacing removes that skin, it takes those line with it. Even for deeper wrinkles, the added collagen from the procedure will plump the skin and smooth out those wrinkles.

Sagging Skin

It starts with wrinkles, but aging eventually causes the skin to sag. When you restore youthful collagen with a laser skin resurfacing procedure, it tightens and may improve sagging skin.

Of course, there's a limit. If you have several inches of pinchable skin around your jowls, laser treatments won't get rid of it all. Regardless of your aging stage, though, the procedure will offer a noticeable yet natural-looking improvement.

Age Spots and Sun Damage

Brown spots, which some call age spots or liver spots, are a common sign of aging. In reality, though, they have nothing to do with your age. They're caused by repeated sun exposure.

When radiation from the sun hits your skin, your body tries to protect itself by producing extra pigment. That's why you get a tan. Over time, though, sometimes that pigment sticks around in the form of age spots. Laser skin resurfacing can remove damaged skin and also break down some of these pigment particles.


Many people have some degree of facial scarring whether it's from acne, surgeries, or injuries. Laser skin resurfacing breaks down the uneven scar tissue. During the controlled healing process, your body replaces that scar tissue with refreshed, smoother tissue.

Freckles and Other Brown Spots

As we explained above, laser skin resurfacing can help break down excess pigment particles in age spots. It does the same thing for other brown spots like freckles or birthmarks. Keep in mind, though, that moles are different and that laser skin resurfacing might not be able to remove them.

Uneven Complexion

For some people, their cosmetic issue isn't aging at all. It's an uneven, blotchy complexion. If you've been relying on too much foundation for too long, laser skin resurfacing may be able to even out your complexion.

Skin Texture Issues

Similar to uneven complexions, some people have skin texture irregularities they want to get rid of. Through laser skin resurfacing's process of removing damaged skin and promoting controlled healing, you can enjoy smoother, more even skin.

What to Expect from Laser Skin Resurfacing

Now that you know everything it can do for you, you're probably ready to get the ball rolling on laser skin resurfacing. Here's what you can expect:

Before the Treatment

The first step in laser skin resurfacing is a consultation with our experienced and board-certified physician assistant or Registered Advance Nurse Practitioner. They'll be able to assess your skin, discuss your concerns, and determine if laser skin resurfacing will meet your needs.

Keep in mind that there are some people who aren't good candidates for certain skin resurfacing procedures. In particular, patients with dark skin or those who have a history of keloid formation. Fortunately we offer both types of Fractionated skin resurfacing including The Viva Skin Resurfacing RF and Laser Skin Resurfacing so everyone may enjoy the results of these amazing treatments.

It's important when considering laser skin resurfacing to avoid sun exposure. Sun exposure and laser treatments don't mix. Always protect yourself from the sun for a few weeks before and after your procedure.

With the Viva Skin Resurfacing RF treatment, being well hydrated will yield bigger and better results. So drink lots of water prior to treatments.

During the Treatment

When you come in for your procedure, we'll start with a topical anesthetic to keep you comfortable if it is necessary. When your skin is cleansed and ready, we'll customize the laser's settings for your specific needs and get started.

The timeline for a laser skin resurfacing procedure can vary from patient to patient. It depends on the details of your treatment and the size of your treatment area.

After the Treatment

When your treatment is done, the healing process begins. Your skin will look very red for up to 24 hours, then will taper as the days go on, looking like a mild sunburn.

All in all, the recovery time will depend your goals and the aggressiveness of your procedure as well as your body's natural healing rate. Rest assured that we'll be available every step of the way for any questions you might have.

Getting Started with Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser skin resurfacing is one of the most effective non-surgical treatments for facial aging. It's helped countless men and women feel confident in their appearance at any age.

Now that you're an expert in laser skin resurfacing, how do you take advantage of all it has to offer? Call our Aesthetic office to schedule a consultation.

Stephanie Hamilton
A Simple Guide to Getting Rid of Spider Veins

If you're bothered by spider veins on your legs or other areas of your body, it's not a lost cause. Here's a simple guide to getting rid of spider veins.

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Spider veins are one of the most common cosmetic and vascular issues among adults. One in five Americans suffer from these unsightly, bluish, raised veins. Most of them are found on the lower body and are usually painless.

However, some people experience more serious issues such as heaviness in the legs or muscle cramps. These veins can even exist on the face, and their web-like appearance is a source of embarrassment for both men and women.

Is it any wonder that people wish they could find a way of getting rid of spider veins easily and painlessly?

Keep reading for the ultimate guide on how to eliminate these ugly veins from your body.

What Are Spider Veins?

You may have heard that spider veins and varicose veins are the same thing. There's a difference, however.

Varicose veins occur when the veins located right under the skin become swollen. They'll bulge outward, and will usually show up along the inner legs, back of the thighs, and back of the calves.

Spider veins are smaller with "webs" that fan out over larger areas. They won't protrude like varicose veins and don't normally hurt, but they still look unattractive.

They sometimes appear on the face and hands, which makes them tough to conceal. While varicose and spider veins are usually benign, they can sometimes indicate a more serious problem. A vein disease called chronic venous insufficiency can be the culprit.

Common Causes

If you know what's causing your spider veins, you might be able to prevent more from showing up. So let's take a look at the common causes.

A spider vein will show up when the pressure in the veins increases. People that are more prone to having this occur are those who stand for long periods of time, or office workers who are sedentary and don't move around a lot.

Some people are more genetically predisposed to developing them as they age. Changes in women's hormones could play a part, as well as hormone replacement therapy. Estrogen and progesterone fluctuations can impact the appearance of spider veins.

They're more common in women but especially common in pregnant women and those taking oral contraceptives or hormone medications.

How to Prevent Spider Veins: Avoid Them in the First Place

Changing your lifestyle to support your skin health might seem like an inconvenience, but it could be worth it. If you're someone who stands or sits a lot for your career, it could require some commitment and mindfulness to change your habits.

Reducing your risk with these lifestyle adjustments could really help.

Relieve Pressure on Your Legs

Take breaks! If you stand a lot, you might need to sit down and do floor stretches and yoga moves at regular intervals.

Also, don't stand in one place for too long. Move around and take some stairs, squat...anything that shifts your body weight and gets you moving. Do this every thirty minutes.

If you're sedentary all day, which is not good for your overall health, you'll need to motivate yourself to get up and move. Taking stairs, going to walks, jumping jacks...the possibilities are endless. Get moving and see how much better you feel while also reducing your risk for spider veins.

Compression Stockings

You might have seen your grandma wear these, but they really work. And there are new styles that don't look as awful. There are support pantyhose, which provide a small amount of pressure throughout the entire leg rather than one area.

Over-the-counter gradient stockings provide more pressure and are only found in pharmacies and medical supply stores. The next level of compression stockings are prescription strength, and they are powerful. This is why you need to be fitted by a professional and then get a written prescription.

Elevate Your Feet

Whenever you can, elevate your feet. It's a great way to relieve pressure and allow your legs to take a break from gravity. It will encourage circulation, lymphatic drainage, and help your spine decompress.

You can prop your feet up whenever you're able to relax, at home, or elsewhere. Put a pillow under your legs while sleeping to encourage more blood flow, too.

If you have spider veins in your hands or face, keep those elevated for at least 15 minutes a day, and when sleeping, use two pillows or a special elevation pillow.


It's good for every area of your life. It can't be avoided--exercise is the best prescription. It improves circulation, which is a major issue with spider veins, and strengthens the veins while improving the appearance of your skin.

Don't just do cardio, though. You need to strength train. You don't have to join a gym to do that, however. Strength training is a great way to bolster your veins and keep them strong, too.

Of course, nutrition plays a role in all skin health and its issues. If you're not supplying your body with proper nutrients, how can it look its best? If your diet is great but you still have skin issues, you might need to consider supplementation.

Getting Rid of Spider Veins: How?

You might have done some research for home treatments or supplements that are supposed to help get rid of spider veins. And while some of those things might help a little, by the time you can see spider veins and they're impacting your skin's appearance, you'll need more effective treatments to help.

The top two treatments for spider vein treatment are sclerotherapy which is still the gold standard and lasers. Some patients require a combination of these two procedures.


Sclerotherapy is considered the gold standard treatment for spider veins because it generally resolves the veins. It involves injecting a sclerosant solution into the unsightly veins, causing them to "shut down" and become less visible. This sounds weird but is safe.

Sometimes, several treatments of injections are required. It's not overly painful, however, even for people who hate needles. If you have a genetic predisposition and have spider veins showing up at an early age, this might be the best option for you.

It's estimated that there's a 90% chance that your spider veins will improve after sclerotherapy, and results will last for about two years. After that time, if you haven't changed your lifestyle or your genetic predisposition is strong, you could have some spider veins return. You'll need maintenance treatments.

Laser Therapy

Laser treatment is also effective but can be more costly and not as dependable with results. The same level of discomfort is usually experienced as sclerotherapy. However, injections have some limitations such as if a spider vein is too small to inject or if you are allergic to the solution, then lasers are a great option.

Combination: Injections and Laser

Because both of these treatments have their benefits and drawbacks, practitioners will often use a combination of both. The laser can get rid of the smaller veins, while the injection can help with the larger veins.

Cosmetic medicine is always improving, with new treatments and technologies on the horizon. Spider veins will be a thing of the past within the next decade or so.

Are There Any Side Effects?

Most side effects of sclerotherapy are minimal, but you could experience a few reactions during and after the treatment. There could be stinging, burning, or cramping at the site of injection, with skin discoloration or bruising.

There could be new vessel growth at the site, along with hives or a small sore. If you're allergic to detergent solutions, you could have an allergic reaction, and rarely blood clots can occur.

Laser can have similar side effects, but again they aren't usually serious. That's why it's so important to undergo treatment with a licensed practitioner with years of experience.

Ready to Treat Your Spider Veins?

As you've read, treating spider veins isn't a complicated or painful process. It just takes finding the right practitioner to do a great job, so you don't have to worry about covering up your skin anymore.

If you're thinking about getting rid of spider veins but aren't sure where to go, check out our services! We offer a wide range of anti-aging treatments including sclerotherapy and lasers, and our practitioners have 30 years of combined experience.

Stephanie Hamilton
The Ultimate Guide on How Laser Hair Removal Works

Thinking about getting laser hair removal but unsure of the procedure? Click here to learn all about how laser hair removal works, so you know exactly what to expect before, during, and after your treatment.

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Did you know that you have about 5 million hair follicles? Or that only 100,000 of these you'll find in your head?

That means you have 4.9 million follicles throughout the rest of your body! What's more, many of the strands they grow, you rather not keep or show off.

Indeed, most, if not all of us want to keep our crowns lush with thick, healthy hair. But many (including you) don't want the same for, say the armpits, arms, and legs.

All these have gotten you interested in knowing how laser hair removal works. How it fares against the more traditional shaving and waxing.

Don't worry. We'll address all these questions and more in this post. So, keep reading to learn about this revolutionary method of getting rid of unwanted hair!

A 50-Word Laser Hair Removal Explanation

Laser hair removal is a form of medical procedure. It involves the use of a laser device, which emits a concentrated beam of the powerful light.

The keyword here is "medical." As such, you want to entrust your hair removal only to a licensed and certified practitioner.

Getting to the Bottom of How Laser Hair Removal Works

You may have seen it from the Kardashians, who made it apparent on TV they don't like hair apart from those on their pretty heads.

Laser hair removal isn't only for the rich and famous though. The fact that experts estimate the hair removal sector to reach a global value of $1.35 billion proves it's accessible and popular.

The question now is, what does this hair removal method entail?

First off, the use of a machine that emits laser on a targeted area. The hair's pigment (that's what gives hair its color) then absorbs this light. The light energy undergoes conversion into heat, damaging the hair-producing follicles.

These damages are enough to hinder the follicles from growing back hair right away.

Determining Whether You Are a Good Candidate

The best hair removal lasers have adjustable beams to suit the particular skin color and hair thickness of patients. This also allows practitioners to adjust the energy based on the location of the treatment area.

Your practitioner will first direct a test on the area you want to eliminate hair from. Then, your practitioner will observe the test area to ensure that there are no adverse reactions and that the light settings are adequate.

Also, prior to your scheduled procedure, your hair removal expert will ask you questions about your medical history. These include inquiries about past and current use of medication and if you have a skin disorder history or scars. You should also tell the practitioner about previous hair removal you've undergone.

Preparing for Your First Laser Hair Removal Session

Does laser hair removal work? It does! But there are things that you can and should do to make your first (and following) experience as smooth as possible.

For starters, keep away from direct sunlight. Avoid going to the beach or any other place that'll expose you to the sun weeks from your scheduled hair removal session. Also, in case you can't avoid the sun, make sure you use broad-spectrum sunscreen protection.

Avoid plucking and waxing for at least a month before your scheduled treatment. Doing so can interfere with your hair follicles. Note though that your practitioner will recommend trimming or shaving the treatment area at least a day before the procedure.

It may also help to stay away from blood-thinning medications prior to your laser hair removal session. These include anti-inflammatory (pain relievers/killers) drugs.

If you use body scrubs every day, keep away from it at least seven days before your hair removal session. Scrubs are great for cleaning and exfoliating, but they can also make your skin more sensitive.

How the Process Goes

During the day itself of your laser hair removal treatment, the practitioner will ask you to lie down to stay comfortable. Protective eye shield will then go over your eyes to protect them from the powerful laser.

The practitioner then applies the laser hand piece onto the skin surface of the target area. The use of additional cooling device or gel also helps boost skin protection. This also enhances treatment results since cooling helps the laser penetrate the skin better.

Once activated, the light enters the skin through your hair follicles. The laser's intense heat affects the hair follicles in a way that it stunts hair growth.

Depending on your pain tolerance, you may only feel slight discomfort, such as a needle prick. In less tolerant people, the sensation is more like a rubber band snapping against their skin.

As for the treatment length, it also depends on the area. For instance, removing hair from the upper lip often takes only a few minutes. For larger areas, like the legs, the treatment may take up to an hour.

The Aftercare

If you feel any discomfort right after the session, you may need to put an ice pack or splash cold water on the treated areas. Your practitioner may also give you some anti-inflammatory cream.

Keep in mind that while laser hair removal isn't without its risks, it's rare for side effects to develop. You should also stay away from the sun for at least a week after the treatment.

Don't use any other skin or hair removal treatments for two weeks. You can exfoliate, but be careful and gentle! Avoid using hot water when showering too.

Maximizing Its Effects

How effective is laser hair removal? How long does laser hair removal last?

Of all your options in eliminating unwanted hair (more on this below), the laser procedure offers the most long-term effects.

Researchers have found that its effectiveness can last up to six months. Some even enjoy a hair-free life for more than half a year!

But to get the most results out of this procedure, you need to go in for several sessions. How many depends on how much hair follicles you have, the size of the treatment area, and the thickness as well as the color of your hair.

Is Laser Same as Intense Pulsed Light Hair Removal?

Intense pulsed light (IPL) hair removal is different, although both aim to reduce unwanted hair growth in the long-term. Both are safe and effective, and offer longer periods of being hair-free.

So what's the difference then? How does IPL work?

Like laser, IPL delays the regrowth of hairs, but it does so using a broad spectrum light. This light has such high intensity that it can treat larger areas of hair.

However, IPL is better suited for people who have dark hair. Dark and thick hair absorbs this type of light better, so the results are more apparent.

Note though that since it doesn't have the same light concentration as laser, hair removal through IPL may warrant more sessions.

All The Reasons to Make the Switch to Laser

Take the time to look back at all those times you've run a razor to get rid of armpit or leg hair. You may be cringing right now because memories of nicking your skin came flooding back.

How about those hour-or-more-long sessions of having your unwanted hair waxed off? Indeed, it worked much better than using a razor, but it had an even greater ouch factor. You may even have clenched your fists or restricted yourself from shouting in pain as you felt all those strands pulled out.

Although laser hair removal may involve some discomfort, it's far less risky than your other traditional hair removal options. It's also much faster than tweezing those hair strands one by one.

There's also the regrowth time to think of. Shaving means cutting off only the part of the hair outside of the skin. Since this doesn't address the part responsible for hair growth, then you can expect your smooth skin to last only for a day or two.

Waxing has longer-lasting effects than shaving, but it may also increase your risk for skin irritation and ingrown hairs.

Don't Let Unwanted Hair Inconvenience You Any Further

Shaving every day, plucking several times a week, or waxing every month can be quite time-consuming and inconvenient. So why not consider a longer-lasting solution to all your unwanted hair?

We hope that this in-depth guide on how laser hair removal works has shed light on all your hair removal questions. That it'll help you make a more informed decision.

If you have any more questions about laser or IPL hair removal, please feel to connect with us. You should also explore our blog for more insider beauty tips!

Stephanie Hamilton
Everything You Need to Know About Platelet Rich Plasma


If you're not keen on getting plastic surgery, but you still want to get rid of fine lines, wrinkles, and even treat hair loss, then Platelet-Rich Plasma may be the best course of action for you. Learn more about this process by reading our article.

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Many people find that they want to improve their appearance. But not everyone is ready to commit to invasive plastic surgery procedures. Perhaps that's why the number of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures performed each year has increased by a dramatic 200% since the year 2000.

Minimally invasive cosmetic procedures can give you the results that you're wanting without the intense experience of plastic surgery. One such treatment option is called platelet rich plasma therapy.

Platelet rich plasma therapy has a number of different applications. These range from wrinkle treatment to pain relief. But what exactly is PRP? How does the treatment work? What are the potential side effects?

We're going to answer all these questions and in this article; keep reading to learn more about PRP therapy.

What Is Platelet Rich Plasma?

Plasma itself is a component of blood. Plasma is essentially the liquid that blood is made of. It's actually the largest component of blood making up 55% of it.

Plasma carries red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets throughout your body.

So what are platelets? Platelets are another component of blood that helps with clotting, inflammation, and wound healing.

When you get a cut, or injure a blood vessel, or any other type of injury, platelets will gather at the site of the injury. They help promote wound healing, begin clotting blood, and stop bleeding.

Thinking about what we've talked about so far, platelet rich plasma is simply combining plasma and a high amount of platelets. Platelet rich plasma doesn't contain red or white blood cells; it's simply blood plasma with a high concentration of platelets.

What Is Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?

Platelet rich plasma therapy will take a patient's own plasma and platelets. This solution promotes wound healing, tissue repair, and other cosmetic benefits.

There are two different types of PRP therapy: PRP injections and PRP microneedling.

PRP Injections

PRP injections will take your specific PRP and directly inject it into the problem area to get the benefits of this type of therapy. This can cause swelling in the injection area along with some bruising.

Larger PRP injections are usually used to treat tissue damage, pain, and other types of wounds.

PRP Microneedling

Microneedling is another type of injection. But instead of a single large needle injection, many "micro" needles are used to inject the PRP into superficial skin.

PRP microneedling is a great option for those looking for certain cosmetic benefits. These could include wrinkle reduction and skin tightening. Some patients find that this induces some inflammation that subsides after a few days.

How Do You Get Platelet Rich Plasma?

We mentioned earlier that PRP is obtained from the patient being treated. The patient's blood is drawn and it is then spun quickly in a machine called a centrifuge. This will separate out the plasma and the platelets from the other parts of blood (like red and white blood cells).

This allows for the separation of the platelets from the other parts of blood. It also results in a much higher concentration of platelets, which is necessary for this type of treatment.

How Does a PRP Treatment Work?

Platelets are able to help promote wound healing, reduce inflammation, and heal tissue damage. PRP treatments can be used to speed up these processes in problem areas.

By injecting a high concentration of these wound healing platelets directly into an area, it's theorized that they can help induce healing quicker and more efficiently than natural platelets alone.

PRP treatments can be used for cosmetic purposes as well. Injecting PRP into areas with wrinkles or loose skin can help promote skin rejuvenation and tightening. Platelets can help the skin look smoother, tighter, and more youthful because of the wound and tissue healing properties and collagen production.

What Can PRP Therapy Be Used For?

We've already gone over a few general applications of PRP therapy. But there are actually a number of different conditions that can be treated with PRP injections or PRP microneedling.

Prevent Hair Loss

Injecting PRP directly into the scalp can help prevent hair loss. Inflammation in the scalp can induce hair loss. So, the anti-inflammatory properties of PRP can help reduce this inflammation and potentially help stop hair loss.

Not only can PRP help prevent hair loss, but there was also a study showing that men who underwent PRP treatment actually grew more hair compared to men who did not undergo the treatment.

While there isn't a lot of data on this subject, it's definitely a common treatment method for hair loss. It's also had some promising results.

Promote Tissue Healing

One of the most popular benefits of PRP is tissue healing. Many athletes utilize this treatment to help heal sore muscles, tendons, ligaments, and more.

An ultrasound machine will be used during the treatment to better visualize the injured area. This way, the doctor can inject the PRP in the perfect spot to heal any injuries or soreness in that area.

Platelets will then promote tissue healing and reduce inflammation in the injured area.

Skin Benefits

The cosmetic benefits of this type of treatment mostly involve skin improvements. Inflammation reduction can help your skin to look smoother, less puffy, and give it an overall more youthful appearance.

PRP therapy can also help to tighten loose and wrinkled skin by stimulating collagen, which is one of the top worries for many men and women. In fact, it's estimated that 18 months of our lives are devoted to worrying about skin health, especially wrinkles.

This safe and natural treatment can help skin look younger, brighter, and smoother. This will give your skin the boost it needs without surgical intervention.

Reduce Inflammation

We've mentioned some of the effects that come from PRP's ability to reduce inflammation, but let's look at some of the specifics.

Inflammation is our body's natural response to injury. When we are injured, or our body thinks we are injured, that area will become inflamed. This means there will be swelling, redness, soreness, pain, and stiffness.

While inflammation can be beneficial for treating injury, excessive or abnormal inflammation has also been linked to a number of chronic diseases including:

  • Cancer
  • Arthritis
  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Heart Disease

Reducing inflammation with PRP therapy can help diseases that are affected by inflammation. It can also help any injuries that are abnormally or excessively inflamed feel less sore and tender.

This combined with the healing properties of PRP will help promote a faster and less painful recovery from an injury.

Pain Relief

Injuries, especially those that are inflamed, can be painful, sore, and stiff. A few different studies show the benefits PRP therapy treatments can have on different types of injuries.

One study showed how PRP therapy can help reduce pain for muscle injuries. This specific study looked at tendon issues in athletes.

But the general conclusion was that PRP therapy can help reduce pain in tissue injuries, which makes sense considering the information we've already discussed in this article.

A second study focused on pain relief as a result of the anti-inflammatory properties of PRP treatment. This study found that PRP therapy significantly reduced the pain felt by patients suffering from osteoarthritis.

We should note that these were smaller studies. However, their results are exciting and match the general consensus of patients that undergo PRP treatments.

Side Effects of PRP Therapy

There are a few side effects you could experience after getting PRP therapy treatments. Since this treatment is performed via injections, you can experience mild pain or soreness around the injection site.

Some patients report mild bruising around the injection site that usually goes away within 1-2 days after the treatment.

Your Guide to PRP Therapy: Wrapping Up

Platelet Rich Plasma therapy might sound like something scary that's only done in hospitals. But it's actually a common and minimally invasive procedure that can:

  • Have your skin looking younger
  • Make your muscles feel better
  • Give your body a boost of platelet power

If you've been looking for something that can help rejuvenate your skin without having to opt for plastic surgery, PRP therapy treatments are for you.

Have any other questions about this treatment? Don't hesitate to contact us. An experienced member of our team will contact you to answer any questions or to schedule a complimentary consultation to further discuss if you are a candidate for PRP.

Stephanie Hamilton
The Amazing Benefits of Microneedling

What is microneedling and how does it affect your skin? This article outlines all the amazing benefits of getting this procedure done.

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Are you starting to notice crow's feet on the sides of your eyes? Or maybe a little more sagginess in your cheeks than usual?

The aging process can be rough on your appearance, but it doesn't have to be.

If you're tired of slathering your body in anti-aging creams and chugging detox teas all day, rest assured you won't have to anymore. Microneedling is the treatment for you. So, say goodbye to fine lines, wrinkles, and saggy skin!

Interested? Keep reading to learn all the extensive benefits this treatment has to offer and how you can get started.

What Is Microneedling?

Microneedling is the process of using tiny needles to create channels into the skin's surface to regenerate cells and boost collagen production. It sounds crazy, but it's actually beneficial for your skin.

As you age, your skin slowly decreases the amount of collagen and elastin it produces. These two components of your skin are responsible for the plump, youthful skin that everyone wants.

At around age 30, we start to develop finer lines, wrinkles, sun spots, and hyperpigmentation because we're missing the collagen and elastin.

This is where microneedling comes into play.

How It Works

This treatment stimulates your body's healing process by creating lots of tiny channels. To heal itself, your skin replaces damaged cells with new ones and produces collagen and elastin.

The needles are usually between 1 mm and 2 mm long and are attached to a device/pen that inserts the needles into the skin you're targeting.

It sounds painful, but at most it can be a little uncomfortable. Doctors will usually apply a numbing cream to the patient's face to prevent any discomfort.

Here are some examples of the benefits you can experience:

1. Banishes Wrinkles & Fine Lines

The number one reason people use this treatment is that they want to prevent fine lines or address wrinkles that have already developed.

As you age, your skin begins to sag and get wrinkled because the collagen and elastin production decreases. This occurs not only on your face but on your whole body.

Through microneedling, the needles create hundreds of little channels considered to be wounds. To heal these "wounds", the skin generates new skin cells and produces more collagen and elastin.

The Results of Increased Collagen & Elastin

Increasing collagen will plump up the skin, filling in the fine lines with new skin. The increase in elastin results in tighter, firmer skin with less sag.

Microneedling is a multi-session treatment that will show improvements in fine lines and wrinkles after the first session. Most patients return monthly or every few weeks for further sessions to maintain their skin. Some do this in combination with other treatments that address wrinkles.

2. Improves Hyperpigmentation

Due to your age, health, and lifestyle, your skin is vulnerable to damage that can result in dark spots and uneven coloring, which is also called hyperpigmentation. The scientific cause of hyperpigmentation is an overproduction of melanin in those areas.

Several factors can increase melanin production, also known as melasma.

These factors include certain medications, chemotherapy drugs, hormone changes during pregnancy, endocrine diseases, and excess sun exposure. The results are dark spots or uneven coloring on the skin.

How It Improves Hyperpigmentation

Microneedling improves Hyperpigmentationn by forcing a turnover of skin cells. The healing process spurred by needling causes old, hyperpigmented cells to fall off and new cells to replace them.

For those on certain medications or suffering from a disease that causes hyperpigmentation, microneedling is an great option to consider for improving or managing hyperpigmentation.

It's also a way for patients with hyperpigmentation from sun exposure to start fresh and begin taking better care of their skin.

3. Treats Acne Scarring

Acne can leave a slew of pockmarks, discoloration, and scarring that are incredibly hard to remove with at-home creams. If you suffered from acne in your youth and are still paying for it as you age, you don't have to anymore.

The process works by wounding the skin. That way, it regenerates new cells in the healing process. These new cells are free from acne scarring.

In one study, 100% of the participants cited a visible improvement in their acne scarring after a series of treatments. With continued treatments, the scarring is completely replaced by healthy new cells.

Treating Severe Scarring

Depending on how severe the scarring is, you may require mild treatments every few weeks, or deeper treatments with longer needles every 4-6 weeks. Pockmarks, the severe indentations from acne, are the hardest to treat and require deeper treatment.

Microneedling is also beneficial for scarring (not caused by acne) that requires stitching. These scars are usually in need of a deeper treatment, but it all depends on how damaged the skin is.

4. Reduces Pore Size

Microneedling can "shrink pores" and reduce the number of blackheads on your skin, as a result.

Through the healing of the tiny wounds from the needles, collagen is reproduced and sent to all the wounded areas. Since collagen plumps the skin up and gives it a youthful bounce, the walls of your pores swell and plump up. It creates the illusion of smaller pores when in reality they're just pumped full of new collagen.

When your pores have less space to trap oil, there will be fewer blackheads and oil buildups. The overall appearance of your skin looks cleaner with less noticeable pores.

5. Better Product Absorption

The regeneration of new cells for your pores and the decreasing of their size will allow you to absorb your skin care products more effectively.

The various serums, masks, and creams we use in hopes of improving the quality of our skin are useless if they aren't absorbed properly. Pores that are clogged and damaged are less able to absorb the product.

Microneedling creates new "channels" for the product to go through into deeper levels of your skin. The creation of new cells and blackhead-free pores allow your skin to absorb the serum or cream much more effectively.

Not Just for Your Face

Perhaps one of the greatest things about this treatment is that it can be done on the whole body. If you experience dry legs, microneedling will help moisturizers absorb into the skin.

If you suffer from acne scarring on your back or chest, you can use this treatment to reduce them. It's also useful for removing sun spots from areas of the skin that get frequent exposure to rays.


After your first session of microneedling, you should expect your skin to look mildly red. 50% of the redness diminishes within the first 6 hours after treatment. The rest diminishes within 24-48 hours.

It may also feel "raw" and slightly sore. This is normal and will go away after a couple days.

Patients will notice an immediate improvement in their skin once the redness subdues. It will be clearer, smoother, and more glowing.

How to Care for Your Skin After Treatment

You should not apply any makeup for 24 hours after the treatment as your skin adjusts to the new cells.

To clean your skin those first couple days, lightly rinse it with tepid water and pat dry with a soft towel. You do not want to irritate your skin with chemicals or abrasive rubbing.

If you had microneedling done on a body part besides your face, treat it with the same gentleness and don't shave the area for a couple days.

Once the redness and tenderness have cleared, you can wear makeup. You'll notice that face makeup applies evenly and more consistently across the skin. You'll also notice that your moisturizers are able to penetrate deeper into your skin.

At-Home Treatments

Various companies have created at-home tools that try to replicate the treatment you receive from your doctor or aesthetician. We don't recommend those products. Here are some reasons why:

Medical grade microneedling, a deeper and more effective treatment, can only be performed in a medical setting.

There's less chance of damage with a medical professional performing the treatment.

Everything is completely sterile with low to no risk of infection at a medical spa.

Professionals can assess your skin and recommend further treatment.

In the end, it's always safer and more effective to receive treatments from a highly-trained professional.

Ready to Get Started?

Throughout our lives, our skin takes more of a hit than other organs in our body. Between acne, sun damage, and aging, it may seem impossible to reverse the damage inflicted upon our skin.

But with microneedling, it is possible to reverse skin damage and look like our best selves!

If you're interested in booking a microneedling session with one of our highly qualified medical professionals, message us or give us a call at (561)366-7772.

Stephanie Hamilton
Everything You Need to Know About IV Vitamin Therapy

If you're looking for natural ways to benefit your health, you should consider going to a medical spa for IV Vitamin Therapy. Here is everything you should know about the popular spa therapy.

Keyword(s): Primary: IV vitamin therapy; Secondary: vitamin iv, vitamin infusion, vitamin drip, vitamin iv drip, iv infusion

We know we should eat more fruits and vegetables. Also, we need to exercise more, and for some of us, drink less alcohol. So often, though, our busy lifestyles prevent us from taking these steps.

That is why over 40 percent of American adults don't get enough Vitamins A, C, D, and E, as well as calcium and magnesium. Poor nutrition increases stress levels and fatigue. It also puts you at risk for obesity and diseases like cancer.

One way to combat nutritional deficiencies is IV vitamin therapy. Celebrities like Adele and Jane Fonda swear by this treatment. It gives them the energy to get through grueling concert schedules and promotes general wellness too.

Are you interested in reaping similar benefits? If so, consider going to a medical spa for an infusion. In the article below, let's examine IV vitamin therapy and see why it's good for you.

What Is IV Vitamin Therapy?

Intravenous therapy is a common procedure in many hospitals. Antibiotics, electrolytes, and various forms of nutrition are all administered via IV. This has been true for decades.

Hospitals like IVs because they deliver medicine or nutrients into the patient's bloodstream. This is the fastest way to administer medicine throughout the patient's body.

IV vitamin therapy works the same way. Vitamins, minerals, and amino acids are added to a saline solution that goes right into your bloodstream. This method of administration bypasses the gastrointestinal system.

Supplements delivered the traditional way, that is, as pills or tablets, are subject to the whims of this system. Everything from its general state to the time of day can affect absorption rates.

What's more, individual minerals have their own standard absorption rates. When you take 500 mg of calcium citrate, for example, your body absorbs about 22%, or only 120 mg. That's not much.

An IV infusion, on the other hand, provides your body with a 100% absorption rate. It also allows you to take much larger doses than you could with a tablet or pill. All the risks associated with oral administration disappear with a vitamin drip.

Most importantly, though, it allows the practitioner to customize the types and amounts of nutrients to meet your health needs. This gives you the chance to achieve your optimal health and wellness.

Does vitamin therapy help with any specific illness or conditions, though? What are its benefits?

We'll explore these questions in the next section. Let's go!

Is a Vitamin IV Therapy Really Good for You?

Vitamins and minerals are, of course, good for you. The question here is whether the way they are administered in an IV drip is good for you. The answer appears to be yes.

Correcting Nutritional Imbalances

At the most basic level, a vitamin drip provides hydration and corrects any micronutrient deficiencies. There are a number of reasons why you might be dehydrated or low in vitamins/minerals.

Perhaps you had too much to drink the night before and need a boost of hydration and nutrition to bring you back up to speed.

Or maybe the frenetic pace and high-stress levels you experience are taking their toll on your health. Finally, you may try to eat right and exercise. But your digestive system prevents you from absorbing everything your body needs for optimal health.

A vitamin infusion can help in any of these situations (yes, you can even get one to relieve a hangover!). Once these problems are fixed, you will notice some immediate benefits.

First, vitamin iv therapy boosts the fighting power of your immune system. One of the best ways to keep it strong and healthy is proper nutrition and a healthful overall lifestyle.

Vitamin iv therapy strengthens the immune system much more effectively than a pill or tablet (remember the part about bypassing your digestive system?). With your immune system strengthened, you are better protected against illness. In fact, many people report having fewer colds and other illnesses because of their vitamin IV therapy.

But you will also just feel better. One of the most common effects of a vitamin infusion is added energy. People report feeling highly energized and lighter, and they have increased stamina.

These reasons are why many busy celebrities find the treatment so helpful. They need to look and feel good, and a vitamin infusion helps them do both!

But what about specific diseases? Can a vitamin IV therapy help alleviate symptoms or prevent a specific disease? In the next section, we'll find out.

What Else Can Vitamin IV Therapy Do?

As mentioned above, an IV infusion helps relieve hangover symptoms. It is easy to see why. The saline and vitamin content reverses the negative effects of too much alcohol from the night before.

Infusions also produce better sleep patterns and seem to help with skin tone and appearance.

In terms of disease, a vitamin IV can help with acute problems and illnesses. Those are diseases or conditions happening right now, with symptoms that need to be relieved immediately.

Some of these include:


Headaches in general

The common cold

The Flu

Seasonal allergies

Morning sickness

Overall fatigue

There is evidence it helps with some chronic diseases as well. These are the ones you live with on a daily basis. They have ongoing symptoms and include:

Rheumatoid arthritis

Crohn's disease


Ulcerative colitis



Chronic fatigue syndrome



Drug addiction


Adrenal insufficiency or adrenal fatigue

While vitamin infusions are not going to cure a chronic disease, they can affect and lessen the severity of its symptoms. Studies done on cancer patients show positive results from high dose IV vitamin C. Patients who received this treatment had a higher quality of life and reduced side effects from treatment.

Again, the reason vitamin IV's are so effective is an IV delivers a much higher nutrition level. The vitamins and minerals go right to your cells because they are not filtered out by the digestive system.

Are There Any Risks Associated with a Vitamin Drip?

A vitamin IV is a relatively safe procedure, and there are usually few, if any, side effects. This section will go over some of the ones you might want to look out for.

Choose Your Medical Spa Wisely

A vitamin infusion is a safe procedure when done by a medical professional. Do your research and carefully choose the facility or spa for your procedure.

One adverse event that may occur is IV fluid can end up entering the surrounding tissue instead of your vein. This is called infiltration which in general is not serious. The IV would be stopped immediately.

The second possible adverse event is called air embolism. This is potentially much more serious. An air embolism is when air bubbles enter your vein. It is usually a minor problem but with enough bubbles or a very large bubble, it can be more serious.

Any certified and experienced practitioner will know how to avoid these kinds of problems. After all, nurses place IVs in people all day long.

Furthermore, an experienced practitioner will ask for your medical history. They will also want to know about any medications you are taking and allergies.

Congestive Heart Failure and Vitamin IV

This is an important point. Do not undergo vitamin IV therapy if you have congestive heart failure. Your body's inability to remove fluids could lead to fluid overload. This dangerous possibility makes you a poor candidate for the procedure.

Some Final Notes on Risk

For everyone else, though, the risks associated with vitamin IV therapy are small. There are always going to be side effects of any medication or medical procedure.

In this case, there is a risk of infection. But this is true any time your skin is punctured.

Other possible adverse effects are minor but include things like:

Allergic reaction

Bruising at the IV insertion point



For many people, the health benefits greatly outweigh these small side effects. In the next section, let's look at a couple vitamin infusions to see what your options are!

What Are My Choices?

One of the wonderful things about vitamin IVs is that they can be customized to fit your health needs. Consequently, there are many different kinds of vitamin infusions.

Here are two that are quite popular.

The Myers Cocktail

The first is called the Myers Cocktail, or IV Myers Cocktail. It has been around since the 1970s and was created by Dr. John Myers.

Some of its ingredients include:

6 B Vitamins

Vitamin C




Generally, the Myers cocktail is used to cure hangovers, provide extra energy, and boost your immune system. There is also a great deal of anecdotal evidence that it helps ease the pain associated with fibromyalgia.

Vitamin C-Glutathione

This infusion contains both Vitamin C and Glutathione. Vitamin C is a well-known antioxidant that is commonly used to strengthen the immune system. We saw earlier how it eases symptoms of cancer treatment.

Glutathione is also an antioxidant and is important in detoxifying your body. Vitamin C and Glutathione are excellent at working together to repair skin from sun damage. They also generally improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in your skin, so you look younger.

An experienced practitioner can tell you which vitamin iv drip is right for you.

Wrapping Up: IV Vitamin Therapy

There you have it! Everything you need to know about IV vitamin therapy. This popular treatment is used by celebrities to fuel their busy schedules and retain their youthful appearance.

Vitamin infusions can provide the same benefits to you while also helping with symptoms of various chronic diseases. A vitamin IV bypasses your digestive system and is able to work its magic directly on your cells.

We offer vitamin IV's in a safe and comfortable environment. Our experienced practitioners work with you to decide on the best treatment options.

Feel free to contact us   today with any questions about vitamin IVs. We would love to hear from you!

Stephanie Hamilton
10 Life-Changing Benefits of Dermal Fillers


Everything from age to the environment can cause wrinkles. What if you had the chance to turn back the clock? Learn more about the benefits of dermal fillers!

Keyword(s): dermal fillers

Every time you look in the mirror, it seems that a new line has popped up. You clutch your face and wonder how long you have before your face looks like a sandy desert landscape covered with wrinkles. Fortunately, you can prevent this with the help of dermal fillers.

These fillers have become increasingly popular because they can quickly decrease common signs of aging. Whether you're battling wrinkles and fine lines, sunken areas or even thin lips, fillers can be used to treat them.

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Everything from age to the environment can cause wrinkles. But dermal fillers can help you to turn back the clock finally. Here are 10 life-changing benefits of these fillers.

Let's dig in!

With Age Comes ... Wrinkles

As you get older, your skin's elasticity decreases, leading to sagging skin. You also develop smile and laugh lines around your nose and mouth.

Another unavoidable result of aging is furrows -- or frown lines located on your forehead. Then, there's the glabella -- the lines located between your eyebrows.

Not a lot to look forward to admittedly.

The result of all of this? Your skin will lose its young appearance.

But why exactly does all of this happen?

Because not as many natural dermal moisturizers and volumizers, including hyaluronic acid, are produced, thus leaving you with wrinkles and lines where youthful-looking skin once was.

Dermal Fillers: What Are They?

Fortunately, today, you can reduce the signs and symptoms of aging by restoring the hyaluronic acid you're losing. That's exactly why the majority of dermal fillers available today feature hyaluronic acid.

This acid binds powerfully to water. Then, when it is injected, it hydrates, softens and volumizes your skin for a young, healthy look.

Another popular type of filler is a biostimulatory filler, which is also known to be effective. What's so great about today's hyaluronic acid and biostimulatory fillers is that they offer predictable and consistent results.

In addition, most fillers feature lidocaine, or lidocaine can be added to them. The benefit of lidocaine is that it significantly reduces the discomfort patients may feel when undergoing filler injections.

1. Immediate Results and No Downtime

One of the biggest benefits of using dermal fillers? They provide immediate results. Once you undergo a filler injection, you will notice your appearance transform soon thereafter.

On top of this, you don't have to worry about recovery time like you would following plastic surgery. In fact, you can complete the filler treatment in just 10 minutes depending on the number of areas needing treatment. Then, you're free to continue your daily errands or even go back to work.

In fact, a filler treatment is sometimes described as a "lunchtime facelift." Talk about a life-changing lunch break.

The side effects you may experience as a result of your filler treatment are minimal. Just a little swelling or redness near your injection site is normal. Even then, this swelling and redness should disappear within several hours or one day. In the meantime, you can simply cover it up with makeup.

You may more commonly experience bruising, but you can typically avoid this by following your practitioner's instructions prior to your filler treatment appointment.

2. Long-Lasting Effects

Yet another benefit of fillers is the lasting results you'll enjoy after getting them.

In the majority of cases, you'll stay looking more youthful and beautiful for about one year. However, you might want to go in for a quick touch-up appointment in four to six months following your initial treatment.

It's in your best interest to maintain your filler results. You can do this simply by scheduling your next treatment before your filler has had the chance to metabolize completely.

3. Beneficial for the Skin

Most fillers feature a natural skin component that help the skin -- a major plus for patients interested in getting filler injections.

Hyaluronic acid present in fillers are naturally occurring substances in the skin. Thus, when they are injected, they'll feel natural beneath your skin.

It's just another reason to love the skin you're in after you get a filler treatment.

4. Subtle Results

If you choose to receive dermal fillers, you'll also love how subtle and natural looking the results are. That's exactly what you want if you're like most patients.

After all, who honestly wants to look like a totally different individual after the treatment than he or she was before it? You simply want to be the best version of yourself.

With dermal fillers, the majority of people won't even know what you had done. All they'll notice is that you look amazing.

5. Self-Confidence Builder

This is a no-brainer when it comes to the life-changing advantages of dermal fillers.

People who receive fillers generally improve their self-confidence following their treatment. They simply love how their fillers look and feel. At the hands of an experienced aesthetic practitioner, you can achieve amazing natural looking results and love how you look like never before.

6. Plumpness

As you grow older, your skin will lose collagen and fat. In other words, you'll lose your youthful plumpness.

Replacing the young, healthy look you've become accustomed to will be a hollowed-out look and more blatantly obvious wrinkles -- clear signs of advancing age. Fortunately, fillers help to counteract these problems by making your skin plumper.

In the end, you'll end up with fuller-looking cheeks as well as fewer facial wrinkles -- You can't beat that.

7. Botox Complements Them

Another perk of using fillers? Botox complements fillers perfectly!

As you get fillers, you might notice that a few of the wrinkles on your face are particularly deep -- especially those on your forehead and glabella. Or maybe you notice vertical lip lines near your mouth.

In these situations, you may want to receive a Botox or Dysport treament. This product will temporarily reduce the muscle activity responsible for your deep wrinkles and frown lines. It's perfect for tackling those lines and wrinkles that dermal fillers won't eliminate.

With the powerful combination of fillers and Botox or Dysport, you may be able to delay or even avoid surgery, such as a facelift, down the road.

8. Good for Your Lips

Of course, fillers aren't just good for filling in wrinkles and cheeks. Fillers can work wonders for your lips.

Tired of thin lips? Fillers can make your lips look plumper and sexier. At the same time, it'll soften the appearance of annoying wrinkles around the mouth.

With dermal fillers, you can finally stop feeling self-conscious when it comes to your lips. In fact, your lips just might become your favorite feature.

Just be sure to get lip fillers with an experienced aesthetic practitioner to ensure yourself an experience that is safe and that yields natural looking results.

9. Say Goodbye to Scars

A major advantage of springing for fillers is that they can improve the appearance of scars.

This is a big deal if you've spent years applying makeup to hide unsightly scars as a result of acne, for example. Your practitioner can help you to determine if dermal fillers are an option for treating certain scars.

10. Boost Your Collagen

Last but not least, biostimulatory fillers, like Radiesse and Sculptra will stimulate the body's natural collagen.

A major reason that your skin ages as you get older is that collagen production declines. This is accelerated if someone has a lot of sun damage.

Collagen is one of your skin's essential building blocks. When collagen ends up breaking down, the signs of aging is more apperant. This includes having coarse skin texture and wrinkles.

Dermal fillers, however, can help your body stimulate more of its own collagen, just as a younger individual's skin does. This translates to the younger, healthier-looking skin you're after -- in a natural way.

The Right Choice

Not sure whether dermal fillers are the right choice for you? Start with a comprehensive consultation with an experienced aesthetic practitioner.

During the consultation, your aesthetic goals and skin care needs will be discussed and evaluated, and a customized plan for achieving amazing natural looking results will be created.

A wide variety of dermal fillers are available, so an experienced practitioner will help you to make the right selection for your individual needs.

How We Can Help

We offer extensive expertise and aesthetic treatments in the area of facial and body rejuvenation.

Our goal is to restore the necessary balance of volume and contours to create a natural youthful appearance. We can also help you to reclaim the even-toned and smooth skin you once had years -- even decades -- ago.

With our help, you can easily slow down the signs of aging. No, you can't stop yourself from growing older, but you can achieve natural looking results with dermal fillers so you feel beautiful and confident.

Get in touch with us to find out more about how we can give you the rejuvenated appearance you desire.

Stephanie Hamilton