Reverse The Effects Of Damaged Skin
The sun, everyday activities and age work in tandem to damage the skin no matter what you do to avoid it.
Skin damage and spots are all natural effects of our environment and habits, but that should not be reason for you to feel held hostage by sun spots or brown spots on your skin.
Instead of covering it up or ignoring it you can seek treatment from SKINovative.
SKINovative has the staff, equipment and skills to help you tackle skin damage problems like brown spots, dark patches, sun spots and other signs of aging like wrinkles.
Our aim is to avert the looming emotional crisis, by offering the most ideal treatment options for you.Dr. Fulton
What Treatment Options Can I Receive?
Treatments we recommend for damaged skin and spots include:
DermaSweep or microdermabrasion is a unique skin care program that promises rapid results without irritating the skin or subjecting you to discomfort. We recommend it for patients who want consistent results without having to undergo many sessions.
Sometimes all your skin needs is exfoliating to slough off dead, aging cells and reveal the new ones. This is where our professionals advise you to consider dermaplaning. This is a safe and very simple process used for ages to rid the skin of peach fuzz too. This treatment is effective against fine lines, wrinkles, mild scarring or dry skin. It should not be mistaken for dermabrasion, a procedure that uses a whisk-like device to abrade the skin. Dermaplaning involves simple shaving of the epidermis, making it a go to treatment for pregnant, nursing women or people who fear chemical peels. We also use it as a way of preparing patients for such procedures as deep chemical peels.
Chemical peels are effective treatments for spots, fine lines, acne, age spots, and melasma or sun damage on the skin. This option involves the application of a PCA Skin Care solution on your skin causing it to flake off and eventually peel off to reveal smoother, healthier skin without so many fine lines as before. This method works on all skin types but fair skinned people seem to experience better results with chemical peels compared to their dark skinned counterparts.
We offer various facials that address uneven skin tone and texture. Additionally, facials can re-hydrate, nurture and exfoliate the skin resulting in radiant skin ready for the red carpet.
Treat Damaged Skin For A Major Confidence Boost
Damaged skin, spots, wrinkles take a heavy toll on our self-esteem, making us look older. If this is the case with you, stop worrying about it and instead come to us at SKINovative where you can choose among several non-invasive ways to bring a desirable glow to your skin.
What Can I Expect During My Visit?
Our skin care experts will carefully assess the condition of your skin prior to any treatment. We’ll recommend the best options for your skin type and condition. Then you’ll select the treatment that you are most comfortable with.
All treatments are carried out in our beautiful and comfortable clinic. You can expect to resume your regular activities shortly, if not immediately after treatment. You may also receive specific after treatment instructions for optimal results.
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
SKINovative offers a menu of skin rejuvenation services that vary in intensity as well as results. It is safe to say that the longer the downtime, the quicker the results. Also, results differ due to differences in skin tone, texture and extent of sun damage.
Our treatments are non-surgical and in many cases you can return to regular activities immediately. Thus, more than one treatment if often required.
In that case, you can arrange for regular Spa days to experience long-term results.
No matter how damaged your skin might be, we encourage you to seek treatment.
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