Treating Body Conditions: Face, to Hands, to Feet
The skin on your hands is much thinner than your face making them more susceptible to the first signs of aging.
In addition to diet and exercise, body contouring technology can help reduce belly fat and treat stubborn cellulite.
Excess fat under your neck can be the result of weight gain, genetics, or aging. Sometimes, despite weight loss, your chin fat remains.
We all sweat – when we’re working out, when we’re stressed, and when we’re about to ask someone out!
Visible hair grows on the head, face, armpits, genital areas, arms and legs of both genders. Human cultures have practiced various methods of hair removal for ages (since the Neolitic era!)
Visible vessels, broken capillaries, spider veins, redness, telangiectasia and rosacea can impact the way we feel about our legs.
Skin Tags (Body)
A skin tag is a small, elevated flap of tissue that hangs off the skin by a connecting stalk.
Have you noticed your veins creeping closer to the surface, detracting from your once smooth skin?
Blotchy skin with red or brown spots, or skin with inconsistent tone and texture is commonly referred to as “uneven skin”.