Archive for 'Chemical Peel'
Posted on 19. Oct, 2016 by Catherine Deans, L.E..
Physician Strength Skin Care Products Products used at Abrams Dermatology are recommended and prescribed to treat skin care issues such as hyperpigmentation, post inflammatory hyperpigmentation, sun damage, acne, fine lines, enlarged pores and texture. Obagi and NeoCutis are our two main skincare lines. Obagi medical was founded in 1988 by skin care experts and is […]
Posted on 16. Aug, 2016 by Catherine Deans, L.E..
Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures – what they can do for you Non-surgical cosmetic procedures and treatments are part of a $20 billion global industry and are projected to rise to over $27 billion by the year 2019. There are three categories that comprise these non-surgical procedures and treatments – injectable products that include neuromodulator toxins, dermal […]
Posted on 14. Apr, 2016 by Catherine Deans, L.E..
The VI Peel – the Painless Peel Exfoliation is the process of eliminating dead skin cells to reveal a smooth, refreshed complexion and can be performed with different methods. Chemical peels can be a very effective and efficient way of exfoliating the skin. Chemical peels vary in depth and strength. They can be very superficial, […]
Posted on 02. Mar, 2016 by Catherine Deans, L.E..
Injectables, Lasers, Chemical Peels and What You Need to Know for Homecare Botox, fillers, lasers, and chemical peels. These are all common procedures and treatments men and women of all ages take advantage of now to look their very best. Many people have professionals help correct their wrinkles, saggy skin and sun damage. While the […]
Posted on 06. Jan, 2016 by Catherine Deans, L.E..
Is a chemical peel right for you? Have you ever felt like your complexion looked dull and lifeless? Rough and uneven in color and texture? If so, a chemical peel may be just the treatment for you. Chemical peels can help reveal a healthier, youthful skin. With chemical peels you can improve fine lines, brown […]
Posted on 14. Jun, 2013 by Catherine Deans, L.E..
Day One: Your skin may appear red or pink in color and feel like you have a sunburn. You will leave the office with an SPF 30 on. Avoid direct sun. Outdoor activities and exercise should be limited as a raise in body temperature can add to the sensation of the “burning” feeling. Gently cleanse […]
Posted on 14. Jul, 2010 by Bradley J. Abrams, D.O..
Rosacea is a common inflammatory disorder of the skin which can manifest itself in one of four ways.
Erythematotelangiectatic rosacea: Vascular components such as Telangectasia (small dilated blood vessels just below the surface of the skin) and erythema (redness of the skin).
Papulopustular rosacea: The acne component of pustules and papules.
Phymatous rosacea: Irregular nodularities of the nose. The nose becomes thicken and enlarged.
Occular rosacea: Inflammatory eye irritation.
Posted on 06. Apr, 2010 by Bradley J. Abrams, D.O..
The medical term for stretch marks is striae distensae. Usually these occur when the skin is abnormally stretched in a short amount of time for example rapid growth during puberty, pregnancy, or significant weight gain. During this process, the skin’s support structure of collagen and elastin breaks down and starts to rupture. Stretch marks usually create a tread-mark appearance of the skin that rarely returns to its original appearance. They can form anywhere on the skin, but most commonly appear on the arms, legs, stomach and buttocks.
Posted on 29. Sep, 2009 by Bradley J. Abrams, D.O..
Patients suffering from red skin and scaling in the area around the eyebrows, on or around the nose, or on the scalp may be suffering from a common inflammatory skin disorder known as Seborrhoeic dermatitis.