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Skin and Hair
Our free skin consult includes a facial analysis on the Canfield's Visia platform. This will identify issues with discoloration, fine lines and wrinkles, pores and problematic acne areas.
Acne is a skin condition that, contrary to popular belief, is not limited to teens and young adults. Acne can leave physical as well as psychological scars if not treated properly. Dr Jackson and her team of skin experts can restore your confidence in your skin.
It is nearly impossible to avoid damaging your skin from the sun, even if you diligently apply sunscreen every day. Sun damaged skin usually has both wrinkles and discoloration, which most commonly appears in the form of brown or red spots.
Uneven skin and enlarged pores are two of the main reasons we look older than we feel. Irregular texture and color most often happen as a result of sun damage, inflammation or injuries. Enlarged pores are often the main culprit behind uneven texture and may even highlight lines and wrinkles.
Although the causes of rosacea are not completely understood and are quite complex, we do know that the redness it produces is due to increased blood flow in the face. In addition to a flushed appearance, rosacea can create small, pus-filled bumps in affected areas.
Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Fine lines are the start of wrinkles and look like small creases on your skin. You’ll notice fine lines on your face where you make repetitive movements, like around your eyes and your mouth when you smile or squint. Fine lines met with age and gravity form wrinkles. Wrinkles are deeper creases or folds within your skin that can form anywhere on your body.
Loose Skin on Jowls and Neck
Facial aging results in fat loss, causing things to shift downward, and weakening and loss of collagen, an important support structure for our skin. This leads to a sunken appearance, development of jowls, heavy lines on the face ("marionette lines), and loose skin on the neck.
Sagging Skin / Cellulite
Skin on our body ages right along with our face. Sagging skin on the abdomen, underarms, or over the knees is a common troublesome issue. The appearance of cellulite can be reduced for smoother looking skin.
Genetics, cancer treatments, systemic illnesses, life stressors and hormonal changes, can affect hair growth. Certain autoimmune conditions may cause patchy hair loss. Poor thyroid function, low levels of iron, biotin, or zinc may contribute to hair loss.
Laser hair reduction is safer and more affordable than ever, with results in as little as 4-6 treatments. BBL hair reduction offers precision, speed, and predictability of desired results. Laser hair reduction is more than just ‘zapping’ unwanted hair; it is a medical procedure that requires proper training.
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