Wrinkle Removal Techniques

OVERVIEW As you grow older, your body loses its ability to produce as much collagen as it once did. Your skin cells also divide at a slower rate, changing their structure and thinning. Wrinkles are a part of this aging process. If you don’t like the look of your wrinkles, your dermatologist can help. Read […]

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Ways to Replace Lost Collagen

OVERVIEW Used to make your body’s connective tissue, collagen makes up one-third of all the protein present in your body. Its strong fibers are used to connect ligaments, muscles, bones, and of course, your skin. Collagen is responsible for keeping your skin supple, resilient, and youthful. As you age, however, your body is unable to

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Unwanted Tattoos

OVERVIEW Regret getting your last ink? You’re not alone—according to WebMD, approximately 25% of people with tattoos experience regret after getting one. If you’re looking for a way to remove your unwanted tattoo, talking to a board-certified dermatologist can help. Laser tattoo removal to remove tattoos of various sizes and colors is a cosmetic procedure

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Types of Chemical Peels & Which One is Right For You

OVERVIEW Also known as chemo exfoliation, chemical peels are popular cosmetic procedures that exfoliate and rejuvenate your skin. Depending on your aesthetic needs, chemical peels come in three main types: light, medium, or deep, with deeper chemical peels using stronger chemical agents to treat deeper wrinkles and scarring. Chemical peels work by stimulating your body’s

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Treatment for Eye Bags

OVERVIEW A common cosmetic concern on your face, eye bags may refer to a change in pigmentation (dark circles), loose skin, or swelling under your eyes. Puffy under eye bags can occur if you have sinus congestion, an allergic reaction, or due to a high-salt diet. While not a concern for your physical health, under-eye

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OVERVIEW Tattoos are one of the oldest and most popular art forms applied to the human body. For thousands of years, tattoos have been used for various reasons and applied through different techniques. However, not everyone realizes that there are risks involved with getting a tattoo despite the precautions you take. Health Risks of Getting

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Stimulating Skin Collagen

OVERVIEW Heading to the dermatologist to stimulate your skin’s production of collagen, an essential protein that results in youthful skin’s characteristic plumpness, is a popular cosmetic choice for those experiencing the signs of aging. From fillers to over-the-counter creams and supplements, collagen is everywhere. Here are some tips from a board-certified dermatologist to help you

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Smoothing Skin Texture

OVERVIEW From enlarged pores and bumps to textured skin and rough patches, the texture of the skin on your face and body can play a significant role in how you feel about yourself. If your uneven skin texture is affecting your self-esteem, consider seeing a board-certified dermatologist. They can help smooth skin texture, leaving you

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Skin Tightening

OVERVIEW Loosening your skin is part of the aging process. As you get older, your skin produces less collagen and elastin—two essential proteins for supple, youthful skin. As a result, your skin loses its flexibility, wrinkles increase, and it gets saggy. Sagging skin can also happen due to weight loss. If the appearance of your

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Myrtle Beach

Tel: (843) 215-1100
Fax:(843) 215-1211

Myrtle Beach

Tel: (843) 215-1100
Fax: (843) 215-1211

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