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What is Tinea Versicolor?

Tinea versicolor is caused by a common yeast that lives on everyones skin. In some individuals the yeast overgrows and shows up as light or dark spots on the skin and /or dry scaly patches. It’s common for the patches to disappear when the temperature drops in the winter, then... Continue Reading

Ultherapy, it works!

I decided a long time ago that I didn’t like my arms. While Nora Ephron took an exception to her neck, my arms were the bane of my existence. I remember a time when they were shapely, toned and the skin was soft. I wouldn’t think twice about a capped... Continue Reading

Body by Thermage®

Thermage® is a radio frequency device with a long history and excellent safety record. It is FDA approved for skin tightening on the face, neck, eyelids (periorbital), and body. Abdomen, buttocks and knees are especially popular treatment areas. It is one of our most performed treatments for cellulite and skin... Continue Reading

What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) is the second most common form of skin cancer in the United States. It usually arises in sun exposed areas and appears as a red, scaly sore or growth that may itch or bleed. These red, scaly patches are referred to as actinic keratosis (AKs). About... Continue Reading

My ThermiSmooth Experience

I have to start by telling you that I REALLY hate the lines around my eyes. I have had dark circles, crepey eyelids and wrinkles under my eyes since I was a kid. In my 20s, I discovered eye creams and anti aging serums. I would patiently dab a variety of... Continue Reading

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