For patients in their 30s
Melasma is a skin condition that presents with blotchy pigmentation distributed over the forehead, cheeks upper lip.
Women are affected by melasma more commonly than men. It tends to affect individuals with darker skin types.
Sun exposure: Ultraviolet (UV) light stimulates melanocytes
Hormonal influences: Pregnant women, birth control pills and hormone replacement therapies
Cosmetics: Skin care products that irritate the skin
1. Avoid Sun Exposure and wear sunscreen
2. Topical preparations containing kojic, glycolic, azeleic, retinoid, mandelic acids and prescription creams
3. Chemical peels and selective laser therapies
Moles are common normal growths of the skin due to nests of cells called melanocytes. Melanocytes are the cells in our skin responsible for the development of pigmentation.
Almost every adult has a few moles and adults with a fair complexion often have more moles.
It is normal to have 10 to 40 moles.
Individuals with more than 50 moles are at a slightly increased risk of developing an abnormal mole throughout the course of their lifetime.
Clear + Brilliant
If you’re battling the effects aging can have on your skin, or trying to address it before the battle even starts, Clear + Brilliant can help. With simple, gentle laser treatments, you can help prevent the visible signs of aging and the overall dulling effects time and the environment can have on your skin. > Learn more
BOTOX injections are quick outpatient procedures, with minimal risk, for the treatment of unwanted fine lines and wrinkles.
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Restylane Silk Lips
Restylane® Silk is a filler that can help you achieve your ideal lips.
It is specifically designed for lip augmentation and the smoothing of wrinkles around the mouth in patients 21 years of age and older. > Learn more