Acne vulgaris is a common chronic skin disease involving blockage and/or inflammation of pilosebaceous units (hair follicles and their accompanying sebaceous gland). Acne can present as noninflammatory lesions, inflammatory lesions, or a mixture of both, affecting mostly the face but
also the back and chest. Factors that cause or trigger acne include genetics, hormones, stress, certain medications, lack of sleep and poor diet.
Acne can cause deforming scars if left untreated, so early medical attention is recommended.
Acne scars are among the most frustrating skin problems. It takes patience to treat and the variation in marks, like discoloration versus pitted scars, need different kinds of care.
People who have skin that is naturally thick and oily tend to have larger pores. With age, sun damage and decreased skin elasticity can cause pores to dilate.
Rebuilding skin’s collagen density can make pores look smaller.
Pores on your face can get clogged with oil, dry skin cells, and everyday dirt and debris you encounter when you're out in the world. Clogged pores left untreated can lead to blackheads and acne, so it's important to clean them often.
If you have dry skin, chances are you feel like you’ve already tried everything. Even after slathering your face with all manner of lotions, creams and oils designed for extra-dry skin, it still looks dry and flaky. Treating dry facial skin is a multi-step process that involves changing the way you wash, exfoliate, moisturize and care for your skin every day. We have a series of treatments and products to help clear up your dry skin and help it look bright, healthy and vibrant once more.
Excess Sebum Production
Although the oil on our skin helps protect it and fight signs of aging, many people suffer from an excess of oil. We often picture teenagers having this problem, but it can affect people of all ages and cause blemishes, pimples, and other problems. There are a variety of treatments you can do under a doctor's supervision to help fight an excess of oil on your face.
One of the most obvious signs of aging is the lack of firmness in the skin. As we age our skin loses the elasticity that it had in our younger years, and this causes it to become loose and appear saggy.This process is often most obvious on the face and neck. Although you cannot turn back the hands of time, you can be proactive and try different treatments to tighten your loosening face and neck skin.