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Why Did My Spider Vein Treatment Not Work?Why Did My Spider Vein Treatment Not Work?
July 28, 2017

Why Did My Spider Vein Treatment Not Work?

Help! My spider veins came back after they were treated! You decided to work up the nerve to do something about the spider veins on your legs. You went to get treatment, and you have a solution injected into your spider veins. In the office you see them seemingly disappear before your eyes. “This is great! Finally, they are going to go away!” you say to yourself. Maybe they asked you to wear compression hose for a couple weeks, maybe not. But one day you find yourself looking at your legs and realize with horror the veins came right back! What happened?

Do I Need To Wear Compression Hose?Do I Need To Wear Compression Hose?
June 21, 2017

Do I Need To Wear Compression Hose?

Compression Hose: Not Your Grandmother’s Stockings Anymore! (And Why You Should Be Wearing Them)‍ Compression hose. Do those words bring to mind those tan, extremely tight stockings that your grandmother wore? If so, fear not! A new age of compression hose has arrived!

What Causes Acne?What Causes Acne?
May 13, 2017

What Causes Acne?

What causes acne? One of the most common skin conditions seen by nearly all medical professionals is acne. While it is typically regarded as a disease that lingers only during adolescence, those who suffer from it know that the effects can last a lifetime. Not only are the papules and cysts that develop challenging to treat, but they can also cause severe scarring. Acne most commonly occurs on the face, but it can also occur on the neck, chest, back, and arms. Typically, there is an increase in acne occurrence and severity during the teenage years, and it is estimated that this can last for 5-10 years. Teenagers aren’t the only ones affected though! Acne can occur at any point in life and affects both men and women.

Should I Use A Toner?Should I Use A Toner?
April 27, 2017

Should I Use A Toner?

Toners: Why You Should Rethink Abandoning Your Toner? To tone or not to tone, that is the question. Many people have been preached to that they need a toner. Others often avoid them because toners can be astringent and dry skin out. Fortunately, not every toner is made equal, and there is not a one-toner-fits-all product out there. Many people want a straight forward answer to the question “should I use a toner?” The answer, just depends. It depends on what type of ingredients the toner contains, the type of skin you have, and what other products you are using in your daily skin care routine.

What Should I Expect From A Chemical Peel?What Should I Expect From A Chemical Peel?
December 14, 2016

What Should I Expect From A Chemical Peel?

Chemical Peels: What to Expect Before, During, and After, What does acne, aging skin, pigmentation, and enlarged pores all have in common? They can all be treated with chemical peels! So maybe you’ve heard about chemical peels, but are unsure they’re right for you. Or maybe they outright terrify you. Don’t let the fear of the unknown keep you from experiencing the world of chemical peels!

Dermaplaning: Why You Should Be Shaving Your Face?Dermaplaning: Why You Should Be Shaving Your Face?
October 25, 2016

Dermaplaning: Why You Should Be Shaving Your Face?

Dermaplaning: why you should be shaving your face? The Internet is a buzz with the latest craze: women shaving their face. Before you think to yourself “I would never do that!” let me introduce you to the world of aesthetics where shaving your face is the norm. Disregard all your preconceived notions of slathering shaving gel over your face and using the same razor that you use to shave your legs. Shaving your face, also referred to as dermaplaning, is a great way to rejuvenate your skin and remove that peach fuzz!

What Do I Love Best About Retinol?What Do I Love Best About Retinol?
September 16, 2016

What Do I Love Best About Retinol?

What do I love best about retinol? I’ve used a topical retinol, since a dermatologist recommended it, for my 30’s acne. Never having acne as a teenager and quite repulsed dealing with it and three small children, I decided over the counter medicine was not going to be enough and I was motivated. The doctor actually told me, “You’ll thank me later, because it’s also an anti-wrinkle medicine.”

What Can I Do To Help My Varicose Veins?What Can I Do To Help My Varicose Veins?
September 9, 2016

What Can I Do To Help My Varicose Veins?

6 Things You Can Do to Help with Your Varicose Veins: Varicose vein disease affects more than 25 million Americans and can be a significant cause of uncomfortable and painful leg symptoms. Many of these symptoms, such as leg aching and heaviness, are what motivate people to seek treatment in the first place. While medical intervention is the only way to correct the underlying problem, there are several things you can do to help manage your symptoms. Below you will find a list of lifestyle modifications you can make that are referred to as “conservative therapy.” Your insurance company will often require that you have completed a “conservative therapy trial” to see if your symptoms improve before they will consider covering varicose vein treatment.

Aesthetic Solutions Open HouseAesthetic Solutions Open House
August 24, 2016

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Saline Isn’t Working! Is There Anything Else That Works For My Spider Veins?Saline Isn’t Working! Is There Anything Else That Works For My Spider Veins?
August 4, 2016

Saline Isn’t Working! Is There Anything Else That Works For My Spider Veins?

Saline isn’t working! Is there anything else that works for my spider veins? First of all we are talking about Sclerotherapy- injecting veins in order to close them and make them disappear. It is the best way to get rid of spider veins. I have seen too often purple veins lasered and not only have they not disappeared but they have taken pigment with it- permanently. Don’t get me wrong, laser works for very faint veins (red in color) but if they have dilated to purple it has gone too far. Even more advanced is the presence of a green feeder vein around a patch of purple veins. Those cannot be closed with Saline.

How Does Botox® Work?How Does Botox® Work?
July 28, 2016

How Does Botox® Work?

Botox is the brand name for the drug onabotulinumtoxinA. Better known as botulinum toxin A. It is a neurotoxin created by the bacteria Clostridium botulinum. This same drug used in medicine is the same molecule that can cause severe food poisoning from canned foods that weren’t prepared properly. It has actually been called one of the “most poisonous substances known.”

What Are Varicose Veins?What Are Varicose Veins?
July 22, 2016

What Are Varicose Veins?

Common Myths and Misconceptions about Varicose Veins – There are a lot of myths and misconceptions when it comes to varicose veins. Here are some of the more frequent misconceptions surrounding the mystery of varicose vein disease.