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Friday, 19 July 2013 17:04

DermaFrac & Hyperpigmentation

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How Does  Micro Needling Treat Hyperpigmentation?


If you’ve been reading our previous posts on DermaFrac, you know it is a cosmetic needling procedure that uses very fine stainless steel needles to make channels into the epidermis (or top layer of the skin) to increase collagen production and help treat skin conditions like aging, uneven skin texture, acne, scars, and hyperpigmentation. We’ve gone in depth in the treatment of acne with DermaFrac but today we want to take a closer look into how this treatment can be used to treat one of the most stubborn skin conditions: hyperpigmentation.

Wednesday, 26 June 2013 16:08

Summer Essentials

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After the solstice this past weekend, it's official that summer is upon us. With hot, sunny days, beach vacations, and traveling your skin can really pay the price for the warm weather fun. Add these essential summer products to your skin care regime to maintain good skin health and look gorgeous throughout the season...

Clarisonic  to smooth…

Monday, 24 June 2013 15:10

Acne Awareness Month

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Treating Acne with DermaFrac™


In honor of Acne Awareness Month, let’s talk about DermaFrac™, one of the latest technologies in acne treatment.

Acne is a disease that involves the oil glands of the skin. While it is not dangerous, it can leave physical and emotional scars on a person. The skin has pores (tiny openings) that connect to oil glands located under the skin’s surface. The glands are connected to the pores via follicles – small canals. Sebum, an oily liquid, is produced by these glands. The sebum carries dead skin cells through the follicles to the surface of the skin. A small hair grows through the follicle out of the pore opening. Pimples grow when these follicles get blocked with dead skin cells and excessive sebum. Acne develops on the face, back, chest, shoulders and neck when follicles get clogged and infected with bacteria.

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