Acne & Blemishes

Acne is not exclusive to teenagers, many young adults have trouble with acne too. Acne-causing bacteria (P. Acnes) proliferate in an oily environment such as a skin follicle. Skin follicles congest due to a buildup of oil (sebum), makeup and debris as well as our skin’s slowing cell turnover rates. Acne-causing bacteria trapped in congested skin follicles cause what we see as pimples, pustules, whiteheads and blackheads. At SKIN we offer BLU-U Blue Light Treatment for acneic skin. Read More >


Hyperhidrosis

Excessive sweating is an embarrassing condition for many people and sometimes even disabling and can impact one’s social and professional life. It is psychologically debilitating, can cause discomfort and skin irritation, which can lead to bacterial and fungal infections. Read More >


Melasma

Melasma is a common skin condition in which dark grey-brown patches appear on the skin due to sun exposure. The cheeks, nose, forehead, upper lip and chin are most susceptible to melasma formation. These spots gradually appear over time and do not affect any body part other than the surface of the skin. Pre-menopausal women often develop melasma due to hormonal changes. Read More >


Migraines

Migraine headaches can successfully be treated with the use of Botox®. In a large study 80% of headache sufferers reported less frequent and less severe migraines with the use of Botox®. Most of these patients had tried numerous other headache therapies prior to using Botox®. Read More >


Mole Removal

Moles on the body are normal and usually nothing to be concerned about.  However, they can often be found in less than desirable places. At SKIN we can quickly evaluate your mole to determine whether our removal procedure is right for you.  Our clinic removes moles via excision; the mole and surrounding tissue will be removed, reducing the risk of any growth or regrowth in the area. Read More >


Warts & Skin Tags

Common warts are skin growths caused by viral infection with the HPV virus. Warts affect the top layer of the skin, and are not usually cancerous. Warts are contagious and can be spread to others and to other parts of the body, which is why removal is recommended. Read More >


 
 

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