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Facials are soothing, relaxing treatments designed to cleanse, firm, and moisturize the skin. While facials are a popular option for men and women who want to pamper themselves, facials also rejuvenate the skin and give clients a healthy, youthful glow. Here is why facials should be a part of your regular skin care regimen.
Thorough Skin Cleansing
While facials can treat anything from acne to excessive dryness to fine wrinkles, all facials begin with a thorough deep cleaning of the skin and pores. Your facial will begin with a customized cleansing that is tailored to your specific skin type. For example, clients with sensitive skin may ask their skin care provider to use hypoallergic products, while sun damage sufferers may opt for a cleanser with vitamin C.
Skin Tone Improvement
Facials are one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the United States because they give clients an immediate self-esteem boost. If you have uneven skin tone or suffer from acne, facials can erase the traces of stress and environmental toxins by extracting toxins from your pores.
Tired Skin Rejuvenation
During your personalized treatment, your aesthetician will use a variety of oils, creams, toners, and gels to improve your skin’s texture and erase fine lines. For aging skin, ask your dermatologist about an alpha hydroxy or collagen facial. If your eyes look tired or are beginning to droop, consider a bio-lift facial.
Full Body Relaxation
Men and women alike choose facials for their whole body relaxation benefits. During your treatment, your skin care specialist will play soft music, dim the lights, and offer you a facial, head, and neck massage to soothe tired muscles and help you de-stress.
Do you want a cosmetic dermatologist to help you design a customized skin care plan? Whether you are interested in laser treatments to combat fine lines and wrinkles or need to de-stress with a facial, call the skin care doctors at Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery today at (866) 608-9531. Our 50 locations are convenient for residents of Orlando, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale.
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Skin tags are common, benign growths that affect both men and women and usually appear as small pieces of hanging skin. These harmless but unsightly growths may occur in the base of the neck, underarms, eyelids, and under the breasts. Fortunately, skin tags can be successfully treated by a cosmetic dermatologist. Here is a brief overview of skin tags.
What Do Skin Tags Look Like?
Skin tags vary in appearance, but they are usually smooth or slightly wrinkled pieces of skin that hang from the skin by a small stalk. Skin tags may be flesh-colored or slightly darker, and they can range in size from a small pinhead to a large grape or fig. Most skin tags do not fall off on their own and require treatment from a skin care doctor.
What Causes These Growths?
Skin tags have many causes, but being obese or moderately overweight dramatically increases your chances of suffering from these growths. Women of normal weight who have large breasts may also develop skin tags under their breasts. While skin tags are often caused by excess weight, they may also be simply hereditary. Skin tags are more likely to develop in areas of skin friction and occur more frequently in adulthood.
How Can a Dermatologist Help?
Each case is different, and a cosmetic dermatologist can help design your customized skin care plan. Skin tags are usually removed painlessly without anesthesia, but large skin tags may require application of a topical anesthesia cream. Skin tags can be surgically removed or frozen off with liquid nitrogen.
Whether you have skin tags or are concerned that you may be at risk for skin cancer, you can schedule an appointment with the cosmetic dermatology team at Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery by calling (866) 608-953. Our Florida skin care doctors are proud to offer medical and spa treatments designed to keep your skin healthy, glowing, and youthful.
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Every year, thousands of American men and women visit their cosmetic dermatologists to reap the soothing and invigorating skin care benefits of customized facial treatments. But if you suffer from acne, you may have wondered if facials are right for you.
Dermatologists have increasingly found that facials are an effective treatment for all skin types and can even provide special benefits to teenagers and adults who have acne. By cleaning out clogged pores, facials allow your skin to better absorb the skin care products your dermatologist has prescribed. The cleansing and calming affects of a facial can both soothe inflamed skin and reduce your risk for bacterial overgrowth.
Why do Orlando, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale clients consistently praise the dermatologists at Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery? Call us at (866) 608-9531 to find out how our skin care doctors provide immediate, effective, and customized skin care programs to residents throughout the United States.
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Are you considering laser skin treatments to eliminate unsightly varicose veins? Varicose veins are enlarged veins that may appear blue, red, or flesh-colored. They are often twisted and bulge above the skin’s surface. Depending on your symptoms and needs, your dermatologist may recommend laser treatment or a combination of laser treatment and sclerotherapy. Surface laser treatments send strong bursts of concentrated light through the skin to make a vein slowly fade and disappear without ever cutting into the skin. In sclerotherapy, a skin care doctor injects a liquid chemical into the vein that causes it to gradually shrink and disappear.
To learn more about laser vein removal and other common skin care treatments and concerns, call the cosmetic dermatologists at Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery today at (866) 608-9531. Our 50 locations are convenient for all Florida residents, including clients in Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Orlando.