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Anne Marie Johnson, an esthetician at Contour Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery Center, shows and explains how a vibradermabrasion improves your skin.
Cutis marmorata is the name given to a skin condition which appears as a faint, lacy, and red/blue pattern. The image shows the affected areas outlined in red.
Contour Dermatology is now boarding all first-class patients for a Dermaplaning skin exfoliating experience. It’s time to take your skin to new heights with this fabulous cosmetic procedure that effortlessly removes the top layers of your skin.
Cowden syndrome is a very rare genetic disease classically manifesting as the appearance of multiple hamartomas – a benign (but still problematic) kind of tumor – both on the skin and within internal organs.
Redness. A skin concern that can be indicative of many things including sunburn, rosacea, sensitive skin or an allergic reaction.
Our Consultant, Antonieta Ramirez gives SkinMedica’s HA5 a High Five! “Love it because of the hydration it provides.” Features five sources of hyaluronic acid.
Of course, we’d all prefer our skin to be smooth, but aberrations do occur. Two of the more common skin conditions are seborrheic keratosis and skin tags.
Folliculitis Barbae, most commonly known as razor bumps, is a condition that consists of irritated red bumps around the hair follicles, mainly in beard area.
Short skirts and maybe even crop tops have found their way back into your wardrobe thanks to the cellulite-banishing and toning powers of this completely non-surgical device. Did you know it can also improve skin sagging along the neck and chin to create a more toned and natural-looking neckline?
Blu-U® is a non-invasive, photodynamic method of treating pre-cancerous Actinic Keratosis, they are thick, scaly, and crusty patches of skin.
Becker’s nevus is an uncommon (but not rare) benign skin lesion. “Nevus” is another word for a mole and as such this growth appears as a very large and irregularly shaped mole. Which can be present at birth but most appear in puberty.
Everyone has Blaschko’s lines. Though, in most individuals, they are invisible and indistinguishable from the surrounding skin.
Before you vow to remain covered up, consider trying Profound Yes! The same treatment used to firm facial, neck and jawline areas can work wonders elsewhere.