Xeomin® is a neuromodulator which softens wrinkles and fine lines by relaxing muscle groups. It is especially effective at softening frown lines. This video features women who are pleased with their results after Xeomin.
Here’s a tutorial on how to keep concealer from emphasizing the lines and wrinkles under your eyes. We also offer skin care products to help you get rid of those pesky lines. Stop by the office and choose from Regenica, Obagi, SkinMedica and our own Dermatology Boutique skin care line.
Diane Keaton’s earliest skin cancer diagnosis was when she was 21. In this video for the Melanoma Research Alliance, she says she finally caught on when the skin cancer diagnoses kept coming.
Since it was founded in 2007, Melanoma Research Alliance (MRA) has raised more than $60 million for research globally.
L’Oréal Paris supports MRA’s efforts by donating $1 every time a bottle of Advanced Suncare, SPF day moisturizers or Sublime Bronze Sunless tanners are purchased. Find out more at www.ItsThatWorthIt.org.
I’m pleased to announce that we now carry Regenica at Dermatology Boutique. The product line addresses fine lines and wrinkles, evens out skin tone and reduces the appearance of pores. The “growth factor technology” ingredients stimulate your skin’s capacity to repair and regenerate itself. Stop by the office and talk to us about Regenica today.
Since the days of Madge in the Palmolive commercials we’ve heard that our age is apparent in our hands. Now you can rejuvenate your hands to a more youthful look. Radiesse is now approved for use in the hands to reduce the appearance of tendons and veins, delivering smooth, natural-looking results that can last up to one year.
As a member of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) I can provide you with the latest options for treating your skin cancer. Listen to Lisa Pace, a college basketball coach, as she talks about her skin cancer journey. Schedule an appointment for your skin cancer check today.
Guys, don’t be like Paul. Stop making excuses. Take charge of your health with a skin cancer exam…today! Watch this video to see where Paul goes wrong. The video is courtesy of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS), of which I am a member.