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Get a “head of Lice!”

Posted on 16. Apr, 2015 by .

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These flat wingless insects take up residence in hair, there are three species of these pesky little creatures.  They can be found on our scalp, body and even in our private areas!   They are highly contagious with direct contact with an infected person.  They do not live on NON-living things or animals. Lice feed frequently, […]

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Collagen Induction Therapy for a youthful, glowing and healthy skin

Posted on 25. Mar, 2015 by .

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Collagen Induction Therapy, also known as  Micro Needling , is the “go to”  skin rejuvenation choice for help  in the correction of wrinkles, acne scars and stretch marks.  This treatment therapy will smooth and rejuvenate  the skin and reduce scars and stretch marks with little down time and with only a short series of sessions. […]

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The “Root Cause” of Female pattern hair loss.

Posted on 04. Mar, 2015 by .

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Female pattern hair loss is a genetically linked form of hair loss.  It can be passed on by either parent.  The process of hair loss is gradual, usually after menopause but can begin as early as puberty.  Approximately 40% of women exhibit signs of hair loss by the time they are in the 5th decade […]

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A wolf in sheep’s clothing!

Posted on 05. Sep, 2014 by .

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That is what you are getting when purchasing certain products online because of better pricing. Medical grade products are just that… medical grade.  These products are sold within medical practices for a reason.  Don’t be fooled by websites that offer “Lowest price ever” deals.  Searching the web for a deal, may well get you a […]

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Smart Summer Skin Strategies

Posted on 20. May, 2014 by .

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Summer is upon us and so are the seasonal changes in our complexion.   When the temperature soars we can experience an over production of oil and a see our pores clog with sweat, dirt and debris. Our first response is to scrub, scrub, and scrub away several times a day.  This is not the […]

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Well being for the Holidays…

Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 by .

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Its here, the season many of us look most forward to all year long. The holiday parties, the seasonal programs and events, the dinners and family gatherings.  The busiest time of the year can also be the most stressful time of the year.  We want to look and feel our best for all the upcoming […]

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Do you get so mad you pull your hair out? Or does it fall out all on its own?

Posted on 05. Mar, 2012 by .

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If you suffer from hair loss, consult your dermatologist. We will initiate a pull test, order appropriate laboratory work and may even do a biopsy to determine what type of hair loss you may suffer from.
Treatments will be based on the results. Treatment options range from topical treatments, injectable, oral tablets or referrals to other specialists.

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“Skin Au Natural from Inside Out– Lunch & Learn Seminar”

Posted on 12. Jul, 2011 by .

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Latest anti-aging treatments available on the market, answer patients’ questions as well as provide special discounts and a chance to win one of our raffle prizes, a – Free e-Matrix treatment or a – Free Custom Peel.

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“Unique Skin Rejuvenation Technology Offers Patients of All Skin Types and Colors a Safe and Effective Solution in Reversing Multiple Signs of Aging.”

Posted on 21. Jun, 2011 by .

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Sublative rejuvenation is a safe and effective non-surgical skin treatment used to correct textural irregularities and remove signs of skin aging without great side-effects. The idea is created for people who do not want risks of discoloration and the downtime associated with it but is actually similar to the other treatments available today.

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Scalp Dissecting Cellulitis

Posted on 25. May, 2011 by .

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Dissecting Cellulitis of the scalp usually affects male African Americans between the ages of 20 and 40 years old. Although less common, this disease has been seen in other races and sometimes in women.

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