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Non-Surgical Medspa Treatments: Microneedling and Dermal Fillers

Over the past decade, there’s been a significant shift in the cosmetic industry. While surgical procedures continue to offer transformative results, Non-Surgical Medspa Treatments have surged in popularity. Adults are increasingly leaning towards non-invasive options that provide subtle, yet noticeable rejuvenation. Among the frontrunners in this category are microneedling and dermal fillers. Microneedling: Stimulating Skin’s … Read more

Difference Between Micro-Needling and Microdermabrasion

Micro-needling and microdermabrasion are two different skin treatments used to improve the appearance of the skin and address various skin concerns. While they seem similar, they are quite different and work in different ways to achieve their respective goals. Micro-needling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation treatment that involves … Read more

How Skin Quality Impacts Surgical Results

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How Skin Quality Impacts Surgical Results When considering cosmetic surgery, the quality of a patient’s skin is extremely important in regard to maximizing surgical results. Healthy skin heals better and the appearance of scars can be minimized. In order to maintain and improve skin quality and to ensure that patients obtain the best possible outcomes, … Read more

The Difference Between Dermal Fillers and Botox

Non-invasive cosmetic procedures are on the rise, with dermal fillers and Botox being some of the most popular. However, not everyone understands the difference between these injectable treatments. Not only are these treatments formulated differently, they also treat different signs of aging. Differences to Look Out For A general rule to remember is that dermal … Read more

Worried About Wrinkles?

As you age, your skin will become thinner, drier, and less able to protect itself from damage. This leads to the skin forming wrinkles, which are creases and lines on the skin created by diminished collagen and elastin. Wrinkles can vary from being fine lines to deep crevices, mostly noticeable on the face and neck. … Read more