PRP/PRF Treatment

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses injections of a concentration of a patient’s own platelets…

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Whitening IV Drips

Whitening iv drips are glutathione based: a strong anti-oxidant produced in the body.

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Skin Booster

Skin Booster gets deep into the dermis to physically improve skin quality the way that Skinboosters…

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Dermal Filler

Injectable Filler is used to give volume and create contours on the face where they are needed or…

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Botox® decrease the appearance of facial wrinkles. Also, they are effective tools for dealing with…

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CO2 laser skin resurfacing

Using lasers to help improve skin texture and appearance.

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Redensity® 1 Beauty Booster

A mix of non-crosslinked and crosslinked HA for prevention of skin aging

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IPL Intense Pulse Light

Treats brown spots, sun spots, broken capillaries, fine lines and it can also help alleviate the…

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Sculptra treats wrinkles and folds on the face to give a more youthful appearance.

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Infini Micro Needling RF

It’s a systerm conbines micornedling technology with RF to sitmulate collagen production, helping…

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Before & After

How to prevent?

With age, skin cells divide more slowly, and the skin’s inner layer, called the dermis, begins to thin. That starts to undo skin’s stretchiness and structure.

Aging skin also starts to lose its ability to hold on to moisture. It makes less oil and is slower to heal. That all contributes to the wrinkling process. Other things that cause wrinkles are:

Smoking. It slows down your skin’s production of collagen, which is a key part of the skin’s structure. The downturn in collagen paves the way for wrinkles. That’s one more reason to quit smoking, or never to start.

  • Skin type (people with light-colored skin and blue eyes are more susceptible to sun damage)
  • Heredity (some families wrinkle more)
  • Sun exposure
  • Repeated facial expressions

Though you can’t control all of these factors, you can do something about two of them: Minimize your sun exposure and don’t smoke.

Shield your skin from the sun. Limit your time in direct sunlight, especially in the middle of the day. Wear protective clothing — hats, sleeves, and sunglasses. Apply broad-spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF 30, and reapply every 2 hours. When choosing makeup, lotion, or other everyday beauty products, look for those that have SPF built in, so you know you’re getting daily protection no matter what.

Moisturize. Hydrated skin is plump skin. Dry skin shrivels your skin cells and promotes fine lines and creases.

No smoking. If you smoke, find a method to help you quit. Skin tone and texture will improve once you’ve kicked the habit.

Eat healthy food. When your body gets the vitamins and minerals it needs, your whole body — including your skin — benefits.

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