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Juvederm Volbella Approved For The Tear Trough

Although it has become popular in recent years, tear trough (i.e. under-eye) filler was previously considered an “off-label” treatment. “While physicians are allowed to inject fillers into this area, the procedure was not officially FDA-approved and therefore not explicitly promoted in medical practices,” explains Dr. Jennifer Vickers, a board-certified physician that practices at the Bee Cave and Central Austin locations Continue reading

How to Treat Acne Scars with the Spectra Laser

Acne scars don’t only plague teenagers. Often, the remnants of teenage acne can stick around, following us well into adulthood. Acne scars can make us self-conscious and insecure. If you’re tired of your acne scars getting too much attention, Dr. Kimberly Finder can help with the Spectra Laser™ system. How Does the Spectra Laser™ Reduce Acne Scars? The Spectra Laser™ Continue reading

Acne: 5 Things I Wish I Had Known As A Teen

Acne is a common skin condition among teenagers. It affects up to 50 million Americans annually and can have a detrimental psychological impact on teens’ daily lives. Fortunately, resources and information are abundant and readily available to us. But, it’s also important to decipher what’s legitimate information and what’s a marketing scheme. Here are 5 tips that I wished I Continue reading

What Is Sculptra Aesthetic?

Collagen is an essential element of your skin, a fibrous protein that keeps it smooth and youthful-looking by providing its internal structure. But your body produces less collagen as you age, resulting in decreased volume, creases, folds in the skin. Sculptra® Aesthetic is a dermal filler that gradually corrects wrinkles by boosting collagen production and refining your skin. Sculptra®, FDA-approved Continue reading

Top 10 Ways to Stop Eczema From Flaring In Colder Months

Fall and Winter can be challenging for our skin, and eczema flare-ups are common during the cold months due to the long, cold nights and dry air. What is an eczema flare-up? It’s a return of the symptoms of eczema characterized by: Itchy, red skin Inflamed reddish-brown or gray patches on your arms, hands, chest, or neck Thickening and cracking Continue reading

Is Alcohol Bad For Your Skin?

We all enjoy a fine glass of wine every once in a while, and that by itself is not a bad thing. It only becomes a problem when we are enjoying too much wine too often. Most people know that alcohol is bad for your liver in high quantities, but it can be bad for other organs as well. One Continue reading

Why You Should Consider A TCA Chemical Peel

Chemical peels are a popular skin procedure used to treat wrinkles, discolored skin,  and scars primarily on the face. Unlike some procedures, chemical peels can be done in combination with other cosmetic procedures or be done alone. “Chemical peels are done at different depths, ranging from light to deep,” shares Angie Pennington, a licensed medical aesthetician and certified laser technician Continue reading

Does Diet Play A Role In Acne?

You are what you eat isn’t just a saying. “Everything you put into your body can have an impact on both your overall health and your appearance, and the amount of acne you experience is no exception,” notes Donna Vial, a certified physician assistant and skin care expert at Sanova Dermatology in Lafayette, Louisiana. Certain foods tend to be breakout Continue reading

Is SkinBetter Science’s Alto Defense The Best Antioxidant On The Market?

SkinBetter Science is an up & comer brand in the dermatology-grade skincare industry. It is quickly emerging as a patient favorite owing to its award-winning products, such as the highly sought-after antioxidant serum, Alto Defense. SkinBetter Science is famed for its unique formulations prepared through cutting-edge science after years of thorough research to ensure the products deliver the desired results. Continue reading

Do People of Color Need To Wear Sunscreen?

People with dark skin don’t tan, so they don’t need sunscreen, right? Not quite. Although the sun’s UV rays do impact darker skin somewhat differently than lighter skin, people of color still need to be proactive about protecting themselves from skin cancer. Misconceptions Surrounding the Sun’s Effect on Darker Skin “Many people with darker skin believe sunscreen is unnecessary because Continue reading

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