ACNE is a common condition that affects both men and women at almost any age.
The appearance of your skin is a product of genetic heritage and environmental upbringing.
DANDRUFF is a common name for a medical condition called seborrhea. Seborrhea is a lifelong condition in which there is episodic irritation and inflammation of the skin.
DRY SKIN, medically called xerosis, is a source of discomfort and a frequent cause of itching. It is most common in the cooler climates, especially during the winter months.
ECZEMA is a sensitive skin condition that can appear on any part of the body. It usually presents as a localized itching rash.
HIVES, medically called urticaria, are red itchy swellings of the skin. Characteristically, hives last for a few hours and then fade away.
Dyshidrotic eczema is the medical term for rashes on the hands and feet.
HYDROXY ACID skin care is one of the oldest and newest market options in skin care.
Primary axillary hyperhidrosis is a medical condition in which more underarm sweat is produced than is needed to cool the body.
Skin color is influenced by a person's genetic heritage as well as environmental factors. It is determined by the amount of pigment or melanin that is produced in the skin.
INGROWN HAIRS (pseudofolliculitis barbae), also known as "razor bumps", occur in both men and women of varied ethnic origin.
Pruritus, itchy skin, stems from the Latin word "prurire" meaning "to itch." Itchy skin is the most common complaint of any skin condition.
You may have onychomycosis, or toenail fungus. In the past, the only options available were oral and topical medications or home remedies.
PSORIASIS is an inflammatory skin condition characterized by well-defined red plaques with a white scale surface.
RETINOL is a topical Vitamin A acid referred to as tretinoin or retinoic acid. Retinol is a stable, user friendly, over-the-counter preparation of topical Vitamin A.
Rosacea (pronounced rose-AY-shah) is often called "adult acne". Its exact cause is unclear, however, researchers believe it is from both internal and external factors.
Scarring is the result of deep injury to the skin. In response to injury, special cells called fibroblasts secrete collagen to repair the damage.
It is estimated that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. Approximately one million new skin cancers are diagnosed each year in the United States.
Sun damaged skin, also known as photoaging, is a biologic process that we all must endure.
Sunscreens have evolved over the years from thick pasty zinc oxides to cosmetically elegant formulations.
Levulan PDT results in significant improvement in moderate to severe cystic acne. Levulan acne treatment inactivates the bacteria that trigger acne, exfoliates the skin to unclog pores, and decreases the activity of overactive sebaceous glands in the skin.
Chemical peels utilize a variety of acids to remove the upper layers of aged and sun damaged skin. The result is new fresh skin that is smoother and softer with a healthy glow.
Avoid Surgery! Cosmetic injectables are widely used for facial enhancement in lieu of surgery.
HealthySkin is pleased to announce we now offer Ultherapy - an FDA approved non-surgical facial treatment that lifts and tones loose and sagging skin through the use of ultrasound technology!
Unwanted facial or body hair is easily removed through treatment with laser light that stops growth at the hair follicle.
Microdermabrasion is a natural way to evenly and safely exfoliate the skin without chemicals or lasers.
Often referred to as "Photo Facial," this highly popular light technique is designed to treat a wide variety of skin conditions.
Sclerotherapy is a procedure used for spider veins on the lower extremities.
Dermaplaning is a safe and effective way to gently remove facial hair and the pore-clogged top layer of dead cells from the skin's surface.
This laser can treat a variety of vascular and pigmented lesions.