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Acne affects men and women of all ages. At various times in our lives, hormone levels fluctuate leading to break-outs.  Successful treatment typically requires a combination of in-office treatments to exfoliate and restore balance to the skin, good home care to maintain that balance, and a healthy lifestyle plan to prevent re-stimulation of the hormones that aggravate acne.

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Crows Feet

As we age, fine lines appear around our eyes.  Sun exposure and smoking make these lines worse.  By age 25, a basic eye serum should be used daily to prevent crows feet.  By age 35, we recommend a retinol-based restorative eye cream.  Because the skin around the eyes is so delicate, only products specifically designed for the eyes should be used in this area.

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Double Chin

Both men and women may be affected by submental fullness, commonly called "Double Chin".  You don't have to be overweight to have fullness under your chin.  For some people, diet and exercise is not enough to make the double chin go away.  Now there is an FDA-approved treatment option that offers lasting results without surgery. Click here for more about Kybella.

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Dry or Dull Skin

Our skin changes with age.  The top layer of our skin, called the stratum cornuem, thickens leading to a dry, dull complexion.  Exfoliation is the key to restoring a healthy glow.

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Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Sun damage, smoking, environmental toxins, hormone fluctuations, and genetics all play a role in the development of fine lines and wrinkles.   Effective treatments work to both rehydrate the skin and stimulate collagen.

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Flattened Cheeks

As we age, changes in the bones and fat pads of the face result in flattening of the cheeks and development of "parentheses" between the nose and mouth.  Restoring volume to the cheeks creates a more youthful appearance.

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Frown Lines

Since 2002, adults world wide have treated their frown lines with Botox.  Then treatment is quick and effective.

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Hot Flashes

An estimated 75% of women suffer hot flashes and/or night sweats.  We offer natural options to end your suffering.

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Large Pores

If you have oily skin, mild acne, or your skin is less firm than it once was, your pores can appear large.  To reduce the appearance of large pores, start by gently washing your face twice a day with warm water and a cleanser specifically designed for your skin type.  Hot water and scrubbing with an abrasive cleanser or facial brush can irritate skin making pores more noticeable.

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Low energy

About a third of adults com[plain of low energy.  Sometimes lifestyle is to blame:  too much sugar, too little activity, or too little sleep.  Sometimes low energy is caused by vitamin deficiencies or hormone imbalances.

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Melasma is a common skin problem characterized by brown patches on the cheeks, forehead, chin, or upper lip.  Sun exposure, hormone fluctuations, and heredity are risk factors for melasma.

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Mens' Services

Last year over 1.3 million men enjoyed the benefits of cosmetic procedures.  Whether it's due to "selfie" culture or the desire for a more youthful appearance in a competetive work force, men are increasingly interested in looking, and feeling, their best.

Mens' Services include:

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Muscle Pain and Stiffness

Chronic medical problems and acute injuries can both result in sore muscles.  Massage therapy provides natural drug-free relief.  Massage reduces muscle tension, stimulates circulation, and increases range of motion.

Possible types of Massage:

  • Swedish - long gliding strokes to promote relaxation
  • Deep Tissue - firm pressure directed at problem areas to relieve pain
  • Hot Stones - warmth to increase circulation and ease muscle stiffness
  • CBD Oil - CBD reduces inflammation and relieves pain

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Post Workout Recovery

After-exercise recovery routines have a big impact on fitness gains and athletic performance.  Muscles need 24-48 hours to repair and rebuild.  To optimize recovery, experts recommend rest, replacement of lost fluids, and relaxation.

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Prominent Jowls

As we age, skin loses collagen and elastin, facial fat pads slip downward, and skin begins to sag along the jawline.

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Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes redness and visible blood vessels in the face. It may also produce small, red, pus-filled bumps which can be easily mistaken for acne.  People with rosacea have sensitive skin that requires mild skin care free of ingredients that can worsen inflammation.

Possible treatments for Rosacea:

Prescription Medications - If your Rosacea is out of control, it may be time to consult with our physician.  Discuss lifestyle changes and prescription medication proven to reduce redness.


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Scars and Keloids

A keloid scar is an enlarged or raised scar. They can develop after very minor skin damage, such as an acne spot or a piercing, and spread beyond the original area of skin damage.

Possible treatments for Scars and Keloids:

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Skin Tags and Moles

A skin tag is a small flap of tissue that hangs off the skin by a connecting stalk. They are usually found on the neck, chest, back, armpits, under the breasts, or in the groin area. Skin tags are not dangerous and they typically do not cause pain. They can become irritated if anything, such as clothing or jewelry, rubs on them.

Moles are small, dark brown spots and are caused by clusters of pigmented cells. Only a physician can determine if a "mole" is benign or malignant (cancer).

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Smile Lines

Also known as Nasolabial Folds, smile lines run from the nose to each corner of the mouth.  If the look of your smile lines is nothing to smile about, we have options that can soften and minimize them.

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Sunspots and Sun Damage

Damage to the skin, including abnormal discoloration (sun spots), wrinkling, and skin cancer, can result from overexposure to the sun. The good news is that sun-damaged skin can be treated.

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Thin Lips

Voluptuous lips are all the rage.  Whether you have always had thin lips or are experiencing a loss of volume related to aging, we have options ranging from mild plumping to full on pout.

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Thinning Eyelashes and Eyebrows

Eyelashes and eyebrows can thin, shorten, or fall out for any number of reasons, from simple habits to normal aging to a variety of medical conditions.

Possible treatments for Thinning Eyelashes and Eyebrows:

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Uneven Skin Tone and Dark Spots

Known as Hyperpigmentation, dark spots and uneven skin tone is a common skin condition that affects men and women of all skin types.  The causes of hyperpigmentation include hormones, sun damage, and inflammation from acne or other skin injuries.

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Weight Loss

More than two thirds of adults in the USA are overweight or obese.  The leading causes of death in this country are related to obesity.  Whether you need to lose 10 pounds or 100 pounds, we can help.

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