Acne can be problematic and equally as devastating for any age group.
Submental fullness, aka a double chin, can be difficult to look at every day when you see yourself in the mirror.
Pores are small holes in the skin that are the exit point for oil from your sebaceous glands.
Sometimes diet and exercise are just not enough to eliminate certain areas of fat.
Hyperpigmentation is characterized by areas on the skin that are darker than others.
Melasma is a form of hyperpigmentation.
MISCELLANEOUS SKIN GROWTHS
Common skin growths that can occur anywhere on the skins surface.
Nail fungus is due to an infection of dermatophytes.
PROMINENT BLOOD VESSELS
Varicose veins are enlarged veins that look like blue, red or flesh colored cords that twist and bulge above the skin’s surface.
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that mainly affects the middle third of the face and whose cause is unknown.
As we age, gravity pulls on our collagen and elastin, breaking cross links that once were there causing lengthening each fiber.
Scars are areas of tissue that have replaced normal skin after it is damaged.
Sun damage can present in a multitude of ways on our skin.
As of a recent nationwide poll, 20-40% of the US population has at least 1 tattoo.
Hyperhydrosis is a condition characterized by excessive sweating.
Hair covers our entire body but grows thicker in certain areas.
Wrinkles, by definition, are creases, folds or ridges in the skin.