Facial redness is a common symptom of rosacea, whether from genetics or sun damage. BBL treatments can minimize facial redness by eliminating it at its source. Light therapies work by using intense pulses of light to target the fine blood vessels, which results in more evenly toned skin. BBL can also be used to treat the hands, which are often overlooked when applying sunscreen.
The skin on the hands, especially the back of the hands, is thinner, more delicate, and more prone to sun damage than many other areas of the body. Age and regular sun exposure can lead to hands with brown spots, thinning skin, and joints and veins that protrude with age due to lost collagen and volume. That’s why we offer BBL and dermal filler treatments for the hands along with a variety of other treatments for total hand rejuvenation.
Hands can be more prone to sun damage and give away your age. Don’t forget to overlook this important area.
Melasma is a common skin condition that results in patchy brown, tan, or light spots on the face. Nobody knows the exact cause of melasma, but hormones, genetics, and ultraviolet (UV) light can all be contributing factors. Melasma can decrease your self-confidence and can even lead to depression.
No matter which skin products you use or how much makeup you apply, it’s very difficult to cover up the signs of melasma completely. However, treatments like chemical peels combined with ongoing skincare can help break up this extra pigment and remove it from the face to reveal evenly-toned youthful-looking skin.