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…
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…
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…
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…
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…
Problem: Hirsutism Hirsutism is a condition in which women have excessive and unwanted male-pattern hair growth. It is a common disorder that affects approximately eight percent of women.1 Women who suffer…
Problem: Rosacea Rosacea is a chronic skin disorder that primarily effects facial skin. Those afflicted with rosacea are often plagued by persistent symmetrical flushing and redness on their cheeks, forehead,…
Problem: Age Spots Age spots, also known as liver spots, senile lentigines, solar lentigines, or sun spots, are flat gray, brown or black spots on the skin. Despite their name, these…
Problem: Chronic Dry Hands There are many factors that contribute to chronic dry hands. Dryness can occur due to environmental climates such as location, seasonality, humidity levels, and so on.…
Problem: Elastosis Skin elasticity is what determines the skin’s ability to stretch and then return to its normal state. A loss of elasticity (tone and firmness) in the skin, known…
Problem: Men with Melasma Melasma is a skin condition where patches of the skin darken and appear brown. The condition is not an infection of any kind and is not…
Problem: Dark Under-Eye Circles Idiopathic cutaneous hyperchromia of the orbital region (ICHOR), periorbital hyperpigmentation (POH), periorbital melanosis, orbital hyperchromia and infraorbital pigmentation are all terms used in the medical field…
Problem: Cellulite Adiposis edematosa, dermopanniculosis deformans, gynoid lipodystrophy, and status protrusus cutis are all terms used in the medical field to describe the breach of subcutaneous fat within fibrous connective tissue…
Problem: Acne According to Stedman’s® Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing, acne is an inflammatory disease of sebaceous follicles marked by papules and pustules. Acne typically begins during…
Problem: Keratosis Pilaris Keratosis pilaris, also known as follicular keratosis, lichen pilaris or chicken skin, is a common skin condition that causes rough patches and small, acne-like bumps on the…
Problem: Hyperpigmentation A person’s natural complexion is determined by the melanin present in their body and is referred to as pigmentation. When there is a change in the appearance of the…
Problem: Oily skin Genetics, hormones, stress, environmental factors, overuse or incorrect use of skin care products, medications, and skin irritation can all cause the overproduction of sebum resulting in oily…
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