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Though most people experience acne or other skin conditions in their lives, there are some for whom acne and other blemishes can be extremely severe, and take away from their happiness, health, and self esteem. Even for those who no longer suffer from acne, it can leave lasting scars. Laser skin treatments can work wonders when it comes to skin resurfacing. Laser treatments remove the outer layer of damaged skin in a way similar to a chemical peel, resulting in clearer, fresher, and younger looking skin. Good candidates for laser resurfacing include those who want to minimize the look of: Acne, or acne scars Fine lines, and mild to moderate wrinkles Uneven pigmentation Facial scars Other blemishes. The two most commonly used lasers in skin resurfacing are CO2 and Erbium. A CO2 laser is a carbon dioxide laser used in…


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For younger and healthier skin, or to correct any skin irregularities, a chemical peel is a great choice. There are many types of chemical peels available, ranging from gentle and temporary to more intensive. For those who want to correct facial skin conditions or irregularities, scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, or who just want an overall fresher glow, you may be a good candidate for a chemical peel! What is a Chemical Peel? There are many different kinds of chemical peels available but they all work similarly, albeit with varying degrees of depth. A chemical peel is used to remove the outer, damaged layer of skin in order to give you a more youthful, healthy glow. There are three different levels of facial peels: Light depth: A light peel usually contains beta-hydroxy acid. This exfoliates the upper layer of the…


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Melasma is a very common skin problem which causes unwanted skin pigmentation. This condition, so common for moms-to-be that it is also known as “the mask of pregnancy”, causes brown and greyish-brown patches to form on the face, especially cheeks, nose, and forehead. It can also form on the neck, chest, and arms. What is Melasma? Due to its hormonal causes, Melasma is far more common in women than men. It is also more common in those with brown skin that tans well, rather than those with fair or black skin. There is a genetic predisposition to Melasma. There are three different types of Melasma, and they are dependent on the depth of the pigment. The three types are: Epidermal: In epidermal melasma the patches of pigmentation have clearly defined borders, and are usually dark brown in colour. Epidermal Melasma…


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