Botox is a non-invasive procedure that decreases and softens the appearance of fine lines and dynamic wrinkling of the face. As the #1 cosmetic procedure in the United States, this treatment can address frown lines, lip wrinkling, lines on the forehead and eyebrow area, and also crows feet which are associated with aging. These injections limit the movement of facial muscles that create the lines of expression that dramatize the signs of aging. The results of these treatments allow for a more youthful appearance.
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Although facial hair growth is generally perceived as a problem that only men deal with on a daily basis, it is also an issue that many thousands of women deal with every day. For some women the issue can be a small amount of hair on the upper lip or a few darks hairs on the chin. However, others suffer from much heavier hair growth in the form of a beard (much like that of a man), excess growth from their hair in the form of sideburns and dark growth on their upper lip area.
Women’s facial hair growth can also be referred to as hormonal hair growth. All dark hair that appears on the face has grown due to a shift in hormones. Some women see increases in hair when they hit puberty. However others may find they get excess growth post pregnancy or menopause – all times when the body experiences a large hormonal shift. Regardless of when hair has appeared, laser removal can be effective treatment solution.
Laser skin resurfacing is a popular cosmetic procedure that can help rejuvenate the skin and reduce the effects of the sun, aging, and some facial skin disorders. Treatments are safe, effective, and convenient. Also, the cost of cosmetic laser skin resurfacing is minimal compared to many other treatment options. Learn more about how laser skin rejuvenation, or laser peel as it is often called, removes damaged outer layers of skin and stimulates the production of collagen and new skin cells in the underlying layers, bringing about smoother, younger, healthier-looking skin.
A laser is an exceptionally strong beam of light. Because the beam is very narrow, it can be aimed at very small areas. The heat from the light beam kills the cells with which it comes into contact. The laser light can be made from different materials to accomplish different purposes. Depending on how it’s generated, the light beam is attracted to certain colors more than others. When used to kill warts, physicians use a laser in which the light targets red hemoglobin, a component of blood. Warts are nourished by an extensive network of blood vessels. When the laser beam is aimed into the wart, it destroys the blood vessels and the wart dies. The benefits of having the blood vessels sealed include reduced: Bleeding, Pain, Scarring, Swelling.