Best Feet Treatments

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Which FEET TREAT? When your feet are sore or achy, it can make you look and feel tired, stressed and irritable. Discover the best feet treats to take away that frown and make you feel better all over. Looking gorgeous all over means that you need to include your feet in your Read more ...

Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser Skin Resurfacing The newest cosmetic weapon that is wielded by the dermatologist waging war against wrinkles, sun spots and pre-cancerous lesions is the laser. It is becoming apparent that improvements often continue in the laser resurfaced face for up to one year Read more ...

Skin Dermabrasion for Skin Rejuvenation

Skin Dermabrasion for Skin Rejuvenation Dermabrasion involves quite simply, but rather gruesomely, abrading or scouring away layers of skin. The dermatologist uses a motor driven sanding wheel armed with a fine grade of silica or a rotating steel brush to destroy — by mulching Read more ...

Chemical Skin Peels

Chemical Skin Peels Chemical peels use acid solutions to remove, or actively kill off (induce necrosis or denaturing of) a predetermined numbers of the upper layers of skin. Chemical peels have been performed for over 40 years – ever since a Florida beauty therapist revealed Read more ...

Skin Resurfacing Procedures

You and your resurfacing procedure Whether you opt for a light chemical peel over your whole face or a deep laser resurfacing over your top lip only, the before, during and aftercare process is similar. The deeper the peel, the longer and more difficult the recovery period may Read more ...

Chemical Peeling Principles

Chemical Peeling - Principles While the processes and the equipment vary, the aim of all peeling or resurfacing procedures is the same — to remove skin layers. Unlike some of our other organs, our skin possesses remarkable recuperative powers. The principle is similar to pruning: Read more ...

Good Daily Facial Skincare Regimes

Whether your skin type is Mediterranean or Nordic, the basic principles of skincare are the same, the difference lies in the details. Skin type Morning Night DRY 1. Splash face with water or gently and lightly stroke with a cotton wool pad soaked with non-alcohol Read more ...