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As clients age, it is no secret that they become more susceptible to wrinkles. Some wrinkles become deep crevices that can be noticeable around the eyes, mouth, and neck. There are two main types of wrinkles: surface lines and deep furrows. Surface lines are fine lines on the surface of the skin while deep furrows are deep creases. While surface lines can be effectively treated…

Acne Scarring

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Acne scarring is the result of inflamed lesions and blemishes. When body tissues get damaged, white blood cells and other infection-fighting molecules go to the site of injury and try to fight it. However, when they fight off the infection, the tissue does not always bounce back to normal. Instead, scars are most often left behind.

Stretch Marks

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Problem: Stretch Marks Striae distensae, or stretch marks, are marks that appear as parallel lines on the skin. The color of these lines ranges from purple to light pink to light gray. They form due to over-stretching of the skin and mostly occur on the thighs, abdomen, groin, chest, and armpits. Stretch marks usually create a slight ridge or indention on the skin.
Problem: Dry Lips Dry lips, also known as chapped or cracked lips, are a very common disorder that occurs occasionally for most people. The skin on our lips is more vulnerable to the elements than the rest of the skin on our bodies. Indeed, our skin is made up of three layers: the epidermis, the dermis, and a subcutaneous fat layer with the stratum corneum…
Problem: Spider Veins Telangiectasias, or spider veins, are tiny, web-like veins that form typically on areas of the body, such as the legs or face. Similar to varicose veins, spider veins appear as red, blue or purple branches that form close to the surface of the skin. They form due to a lack of blood circulation in addition to a variety of reasons that include…
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