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By Ashlee G 28 Jun, 2017
You may have scheduled mole removal for a variety of reasons. Perhaps you are at risk of melanoma, which affects about 40,000 Americans each year, or maybe you are doing it for cosmetic or preventative care. Either way, it is always better to recover from the treatment with smooth skin rather than a scar. Fortunately, you can prevent unsightly scars with the right aftercare methods. Follow these tips to keep your skin looking as healthy as possible in the weeks following your treatment. 

  • Clean The Area: As with any beauty spa treatment, it is important to keep the area free of bacteria. Any type of infection can cause the wound to get worse and potentially leave you with an ugly scar. Ask your doctor for specific instructions, but water or some hydrogen peroxide usually does the trick.

  • Stay Hydrated: What you put in your body directly impacts your skin. By drinking plenty of water, you can keep your skin hydrated and healthy. If the area seems to be drying out, apply a small amount of gentle moisturizer to supplement.

  • Avoid Vigorous Exercise: When you work out, friction from your clothes, sweating, and quick movements can irritate and potentially reopen the treated area. Take it easy for a few weeks to let your skin heal, and ask your clinician when you can get back to your normal activities.

  • Cover Up In The Sun: The sun's harmful rays can do some serious damage to vulnerable skin. This aftercare is similar to treatments like laser hair removal and botox. Keep out of the sun if possible, but always wear protective layers and sunscreen.

  • Keep Your Hands Off: Even if the treated area hurts or itches, do your best to keep your hands away. Picking and scratching can cause a scar, since it slows down your skin's natural healing process.
In the days and weeks following your mole removal treatment, be sure to call your clinician if you notice any problems. They will either give you advice or have you come in for a follow up appointment. The bottom line is to be gentle with your skin and pay attention to any issues. This will let your skin regenerate itself for the most healthy result possible.
By Ashlee G 20 Jun, 2017
Taking care of your skin is more than just chemical peels and facials -- it also involves checking for signs of skin cancer. While you may love the sweet spots on your skin, the beauty mark you so adore may turn out to be problematic. If you have moles on your body, it is important to keep an eye on them, as they can turn cancerous. In fact, an estimated 5 to 10% of the U.S. population has atypical moles. While these types of spots are more common in immunosuppressed adults, it is important for everyone to be aware. 

Fortunately, you can check your moles for irregularity right at home. Use this guide to inspect your skin, and make an appointment with a dermatologist if you suspect a problem. They may encourage you to schedule mole removal. 

The 'ABCDE' Method

The best way to inspect your moles is to follow this method. Stand in front of a mirror in a well-lit room. Make sure to check all of your skin, including your scalp. As you scan your skin, check for the following mole features.

  • Asymmetry: Moles should be symmetrical, so check if one half looks different than the other.
  • Border: Healthy moles have a even border. If it has a jagged or poorly defined border, it could be problematic.
  • Color: Moles should also be uniform in color. If you are noticing multiple shades of brown and black, call your skin professional.
  • Diameter: Generally, moles should not be larger than a pencil eraser. Larger moles could be a sign of skin cancer.
  • Evolving: Your moles should stay the same over time. If you notice that one is growing, or changes in shape or color, it's time to get it checked out.

Other Signs To Look For

In addition to performing the ABCDE method to check yourself regularly, also watch out for more general signs of an unhealthy mole. If a mole is bleeding, itchy, or painful in any way, you should call your specialist for a checkup. It is also important to schedule checkups for any moles that appear during adulthood.

If your skin specialist recommends mole removal , the process is generally quite simple and painless. You can also have a mole removed amongst your other cosmetic procedures, even if it does not appear to be problematic.

Radiance Wellness And Beauty performs the mole removal San Diego trusts. Schedule your appointment to achieve your ideal skin today.
By Ashlee G 31 May, 2017
Radiant, clear, smooth skin is a highly desirable feature. However, it is hard to avoid acne scars, wrinkles, or sun damage discoloration as we get older. Luckily, there are some amazing services out there to rejuvenate the skin and help get rid of these pesky skin problems. All the skin product commercials out there stress how important exfoliation is, but your skin cleanser at home can only do so much. If you have some skin imperfections that you can't get rid of on your own, or are just hoping for younger looking skin, it is easy to find a beauty spa that offers microdermabrasion or chemical peels. They are both popular options but how do you know which exfoliation option is right for you?

Chemical Peels
Chemical peels involve applying gentle skin enhancing chemicals on your face which dissolves the upper layers of skin. The chemicals also clear away dead skin cells and help to reveal healthy, smooth skin underneath. Chemical peels are a great treatment option for acne and acne scarring, minimizing fine lines and wrinkles, and it improves the texture of sun damaged skin. Chemical peels are most effective for serious skin problems such as deep wrinkles and scars. 


A series of peels is usually required to obtain the best results and is also dependent on how serious the skin issues are. Chemical peels are available in 3 different strengths: light, medium and deep. The strength chosen will ultimately determine how long the recovery time (you may need up to three months). As peels essentially burn the top layer of skin away, mild skin irritation is to be expected as well as dryness, redness, and flaky skin. Your skin might also be more sensitive to the sun and outdoor elements because you have temporarily removed the skin's protective outer layer.

Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion polishes away the upper layers of skin with a vacuum like machine that exfoliates sucks away the dead skin. The suction also stimulates collagen production and blood flow. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons says that microdermabrasion "helps repair facial skin that takes a beating from the sun and the effects of aging." This procedure offers the skin a 'rosy glow' but will not significantly change the appearance of the skin surface. This procedure does not improve wrinkles or skin discoloration. Sometimes, microdermabrasion is recommended before a chemical peel to prepare the skin for the chemicals used in the facial peels. It is the milder exfoliation option for sure. Skin peeling is a normal occurrence after a microdermabrasion treatment but, this does not mean there is a problem. It will resolve on its own after 24-48 hours. Patients may also experience mild redness, minor irritation and dryness. 


Whether you choose chemical peels, microdermabrasion, or both treatments is entirely up to you. If you are feeling uncertain you may want to consult with your dermatologist or physician first. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, both microdermabrasion and chemical peels treat age spots, dull complexion and uneven skin tone. But, as stated before, chemical peels are best suited for more serious skin conditions and microdermabrasion will help with skin rejuvenation and give you that rosy glow again! Make sure you find a beauty spa that has licensed and experienced estheticians. Either procedure can be done multiple times (with required recovery time in between) throughout your life and might become a welcome addition to your skin care routine.
By Ashlee G 25 May, 2017
Considering Botox injections for the first time? Cosmetic procedures are a great way to pamper yourself, leaving a beautiful result. While searching for a clinic to perform your Botox procedure, be sure to gather all possible information. Start by asking the clinic these simple questions: 

  • What certifications do your clinicians have? Be sure to schedule an appointment with a licensed clinician. This will ensure your safety and the success of the procedure. Those with the proper training will also be able to provide proper care instructions for Botox before and after injection.

  • Does your facility often perform injections? It is best to book your appointment at a clinic that has vast experience performing this type of treatment. If the clinicians are performing injections every day, they are likely more precise and efficient. If you are having any doubts about a certain clinic, look for one with a better portfolio.

  • What treatment to you recommend? Once you select a clinic or professional beauty spa, make a consultation appointment to assess your treatment options. Your clinician will recommend what areas to treat. They will also be able to tell you about all possible Botox benefits and risks, as well as what other treatments you might enjoy.

  • How much Botox will you be injecting? Every client is different, so your clinician will tell you how much Botox they will need to inject to achieve your desired result. Don't be afraid to ask questions about why they are choosing a certain quantity and how it will affect your aftercare.

  • What should we do for aftercare? When your treatment is complete, be sure to ask about how to prevent bruising and damage to the area. Your clinician will be able to give you specific limitations and a timeline for recovery.
As most Botox before and after photos suggest, about  82% of Botox patients  experience improvement within one week. If you are noticing any pain, bruising, or other issues, be sure to call your clinician right away. They will be able to reassess the area and figure out the problem. Remember that taking the time to choose the best possible Botox injection clinic will reduce the chances of bruising altogether, so be sure to gather plenty of information.
By Ashlee G 12 May, 2017
Professional laser hair removal benefits your confidence, making you feel flawless. To make sure that the treatment is as effective as possible, it is important to follow all aftercare instructions. This will prevent damage to your skin and prep the hair follicles for your next treatment. In addition to your specialist's specific instructions, be sure to follow these care tips after the laser hair removal process .

  • Avoid sunlight.After your hair removal appointment, your skin will be more sensitive to the sun. Cover up your skin when possible and always wear sunscreen. The same guidelines apply for other treatments like facials and chemical peels.

  • Sooth your skin.You might experience some pain and irritation for about 24 hours after the treatment. Apply ice to the area to reduce any swelling. The pain should go away within a few days, but be sure to call your spa if you see any sores.

  • Expect some itching.The treated area will likely itch for at least the first day. Buy a bottle of aloe vera or itch cream ahead of time to apply to your skin post-appointment. While it might be tempting, do your best not to scratch the area.
    This will just lead to more irritation.

  • Be careful with products.Try to avoid makeup or other cosmetic products right after treatment. If you must use something, opt for a mineral or chemical-free option. Your skin will be sensitive and you could irritate it more by caking chemicals onto it. Be as gentle as possible.

  • Call about any problems.If pain, irritation, or itching doesn't go away after about a day, call your specialist as soon as possible. They will tell you if anything is wrong or if you need to come in for a follow up appointment.

Taking care of your skin and hair follicles is essential to prep your body for your next hair removal session. Most industry professionals recommend the patients come in for follow-up treatments about every 4 to 8 weeks. Depending on your skin tone and hair texture, your hair removal specialist may have more specific instructions. The laser hair removal process takes time, so be sure to be patient. The results will be worth the wait.
By Ashlee G 01 May, 2017
Cosmetic procedures are terrific for individuals who want to not only improve the look and feel of their skin, face, or body, but also feel better about themselves. Despite the fact that these procedures are so wonderful and help so many people, many individuals are still unsure about going through with some of them. If you're skeptical at all about these procedures, simply do a little online research about the procedure you're thinking about. 

Here are some of the best cosmetic procedures that you should consider this year and a few of the advantages that make them so great. 

Chemical Peels
This procedure is great for people who are struggling with serious skin issues. Chemical peels can give you a dramatic lift to your face and appearance without invasive and expensive surgery. One of the advantages of chemical peels is that any serious skin conditions like severe acne, blotchy patches or sun damaged skin, this procedure can easily alienate these symptoms. Age spots can be difficult to hide on your face as well, but chemical peels can assist you in reducing pigmentation and can give your skin a much more balanced and evened out look. 

Facials
Facials can do wonders for your skin's physical appearance as well, but the greatest benefit these procedures can provide is complete and total relaxation. Work, relationships, kids, and life can seriously stress you out, so don't let your skin pay the price. Get a facial done and reach your complete state of relaxation. 

Botox
The annual revenue generated from the Botox industry is approximately $2.4 million. Although the obvious benefits of Botox involve a youthful, more smooth looking skin, as well as lifted eyebrows, there are also plenty of health benefits as well. For people who experience severe migraines or frequent headaches, Botox actually significantly decreases and sometimes even completely prevents these irritating head issues. In addition to headache prevention, Botox also alleviates excess sweating underneath arms. Don't let wrinkles cause you stress.

If you want to learn more about facials, chemical peels, or Botox benefits, or any other benefits of cosmetic procedures , contact Radiance Beauty and Wellness today. 

By Ashlee G 31 Mar, 2017
Moles are pesky clusters of dark skin pigmentation that may or more not indicate another medical condition. Most moles are benign and pose no risk to the people who have them. However between 5 and 10% of people have atypical moles, with that number only growing in immunosuppressed adults. So, whether it's to give yourself a bit of a beauty spa treatment and remove an annoying bump on your skin or to rid yourself of a potentially dangerous health hazard, here are three mole removal treatments you can expect from your doctor.

  1. Natural
    Not as common as the other two and not recommended to use for moles that may be cancerous, there are many topical creams you may use to safely get rid of the mole that is bothering you. It can be used at home and is a less invasive procedure than the other two, though if you suspect you mole might be cancerous, it's recommended you consult your dermatologist about getting it surgically removed and bypass the natural method.

  2. Laser
    Similar to laser hair removal, this method is best used for flat, brown or black moles that exist on the skin. Cosmetic procedures like this usually take between one and three trips to work effectively. Laser mole removal is not usually used for moles that are large or protrude from the skin.

  3. Surgery
    Surgical mole removal is actually split up into three categories, shave excision, punch biopsy, and excisional surgery. The first is used for moles raised above the skin. The second is used for smaller, less protruding moles. And the third is typically used for flat and malignant moles and is a little more invasive. Depending on which type of mole you have will depend on which procedure your dermatologist recommends to you.
Mole removal procedures may sound rather complicated and intense, but in reality they are not that big of a deal. Most procedures are painless and do not require that large amount of surgery time or recovery. If you are considering removing a mole for cosmetic or medical purposes, consult your dermatologist and see which procedure is best for you. 

For more information, please visit revealyourradiance.com
By Ashlee G 29 Mar, 2017
Laser hair removal is one of those cosmetic procedures many people consider getting for themselves. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, nearly 1 million treatments were done last year in the United States. If you are thinking about going in for laser hair removal yourself, you might have a couple questions on your mind. Here are the answers to some of the most common inquiries about the laser hair removal process.

How does it work?

It's actually a very simple procedure. The area is cleansed and usually numbed, patients put on safety goggles, and then a very strong light goes directly to the follicle and kills it. It is a relatively painless procedure, with people reporting the sensation of a pinprick. The ease of the procedure as well as how permanent it is are just some of the laser hair removal benefits.

When will I see a difference?

The effect will likely be immediate. It tends to vary based on the darkness of the hair and skin, the type of laser, and where the treatment was on the skin. Patients sometimes need to come back to receive further treatments for any hair that was missed or that is showing signs of growing back. However, results tend to last for months or even years. And regrowth is expected to be lighter in color and much finer.

What are the side effects?

Laser hair removal is a relatively safe procedure. However, some side effects can be expected. Most commonly, people report swelling, discomfort, or redness at the site around one to three days after treatment. The side effects are temporary and usually go away after a time. Other side effects are really rare but can include blistering, infections, scarring, or lighting of the skin. If done correctly under proper supervision of a dermatologist, these side effects are unlikely to happen.

Overall, in the hands of a licensed and trusted dermatologist, laser hair removal is one of the safest cosmetic procedures to have done. You can see results almost instantly and the long-term effects are worth the little pricks of pain you might feel during the removal. Be sure to always have any kind of procedure done by a professional.


For more info on laser hair removal, please visit revealyourradiance.com
By Ashlee G 02 Mar, 2017
Are you on your way to a big event and need to look your best? Do you just need a pampering session? Head to a beauty spa for the ultimate luxury experience. Whether it's a facial massage, hair removal, exfoliation, or a facial, they've got you covered. Your skin care will get a boost and you'll leave glowing and feeling amazingly relaxed! Some beauty spas may even offer laser hair removal and microdermabrasion, for a true pampering experience. Whether you're a bride-to-be, off to a gala or photoshoot, or just want a few hours of special treatment, you can get it all at a beauty spa.  

What Services Can I Expect?
Most beauty spas will offer a spa treatment, facials, manicures and pedicures, exfoliation, waxing services, and some type of massage, whether it's just a facial massage or full-body massage. 

Facial peels   are particularly popular, designed to brighten your complexion and pull out any impurities that have built up on your skin. There's a variety of chemical peels available, depending on your skin type and what kind of result you're looking for.  

Facials
  will help exfoliate, clean out your pores, and relax your whole face with a facial massage . Many facial treatments also include anti-aging properties and antioxidants for the best care possible.  

Manicures and pedicures
  can be extra luxurious at a beauty spa, with filing, clipping, a foot or hand massage, dry skin removal, and pushing back of the cuticles, all before the nail polish goes on.  

Waxing   and other types of hair removal procedures are also very popular, with almost one million laser hair removal treatments done last year, according to statistics from the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Laser hair removal does require follow-up visits and most surgeons suggest that you get follow-up treatment every four to eight weeks for the best results.  

How Do I Pick a Good Beauty Spa?
Referrals are one great way to find the spa of your dreams. Ask friends and family if they've been to a spa recently and what their experience was like. You can also check out spas online that are nearby and see what reviews or testimonials are on their website. Checking websites that review businesses might also be a good place to look. And of course, look at the spa's website to see what kind of services they offer and the price range for these services -- that's a surefire way to narrow down some of your options. 

Depending on the spa, there may also be specials running seasonally or for certain age groups, such as seniors or college students.  

Indulge in a first-class treatment and make your skin happy by visiting a beauty spa today! Get contoured, cleansed, waxed, and exfoliated before your big event. You'll love the way you look and the treatments will help keep your skin healthy and glowing with regular visits. Once get your first facial massage and beauty spa treatment, there's no going back.
By Ashlee G 22 Feb, 2017
Hair is all over our bodies, and while it's nothing to be ashamed of, sometimes it grows in places where you might not want hair to grow. You could shave or wax, but what's the point when you'll just have to repeat the process in a week or two?  

Fortunately, there's a solution. Laser hair removal is one of the most effective hair removal processes currently in use today, but like any cosmetic procedures, you shouldn't go in blind. Here are just a few of the many laser hair removal benefits that you should consider before going in.  

Treatments Are Fast  
Every laser pulse lasts for a fraction of a second and can treat multiple hairs in that amount of time. This means that smaller areas like the upper lip can be treated in as little as a few minutes. Larger areas take more time, so if you're planning on having your legs or back done it might be smart to budget more time for those sessions.  

Lasers Are Precise  
Precision is one of the laser hair removal benefits that very few other hair removal options can't boast. Lasers will selectively target the hairs slotted for removal and leave the surrounding skin unharmed. You might be able to get similar results with plucking or waxing, but both of those processes are tough on your skin.  

There's Less Pain  
If you've ever had any part of your body waxed, you know that hair removal is painful. But it doesn't have to be! The laser hair removal process is one of the least painful cosmetic procedures you can have done. You might think lasers are synonymous with pain, but you'd be surprised at just how simple and painless laser hair removal can be.  

It's a Safe Treatment  
Complications can arise in any cosmetic procedure, but one of the biggest laser hair removal benefits is how safe the procedure is. There's no pulling on your skin or needles involved, and when performed correctly, it's virtually painless.  

It's Effective  
As previously stated, laser hair removal is popular because it works. Patients typically see permanent hair loss after an average of three to eight sessions. So while you have to go back for additional sessions, this process is one of the most effective on the market.  

Body hair doesn't have to make you uncomfortable anymore. Laser hair removal can help you regain confidence and remove unwanted hair, so why wait? See if laser hair removal is right for you today.
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By Ashlee G 28 Jun, 2017
You may have scheduled mole removal for a variety of reasons. Perhaps you are at risk of melanoma, which affects about 40,000 Americans each year, or maybe you are doing it for cosmetic or preventative care. Either way, it is always better to recover from the treatment with smooth skin rather than a scar. Fortunately, you can prevent unsightly scars with the right aftercare methods. Follow these tips to keep your skin looking as healthy as possible in the weeks following your treatment. 

  • Clean The Area: As with any beauty spa treatment, it is important to keep the area free of bacteria. Any type of infection can cause the wound to get worse and potentially leave you with an ugly scar. Ask your doctor for specific instructions, but water or some hydrogen peroxide usually does the trick.

  • Stay Hydrated: What you put in your body directly impacts your skin. By drinking plenty of water, you can keep your skin hydrated and healthy. If the area seems to be drying out, apply a small amount of gentle moisturizer to supplement.

  • Avoid Vigorous Exercise: When you work out, friction from your clothes, sweating, and quick movements can irritate and potentially reopen the treated area. Take it easy for a few weeks to let your skin heal, and ask your clinician when you can get back to your normal activities.

  • Cover Up In The Sun: The sun's harmful rays can do some serious damage to vulnerable skin. This aftercare is similar to treatments like laser hair removal and botox. Keep out of the sun if possible, but always wear protective layers and sunscreen.

  • Keep Your Hands Off: Even if the treated area hurts or itches, do your best to keep your hands away. Picking and scratching can cause a scar, since it slows down your skin's natural healing process.
In the days and weeks following your mole removal treatment, be sure to call your clinician if you notice any problems. They will either give you advice or have you come in for a follow up appointment. The bottom line is to be gentle with your skin and pay attention to any issues. This will let your skin regenerate itself for the most healthy result possible.
By Ashlee G 20 Jun, 2017
Taking care of your skin is more than just chemical peels and facials -- it also involves checking for signs of skin cancer. While you may love the sweet spots on your skin, the beauty mark you so adore may turn out to be problematic. If you have moles on your body, it is important to keep an eye on them, as they can turn cancerous. In fact, an estimated 5 to 10% of the U.S. population has atypical moles. While these types of spots are more common in immunosuppressed adults, it is important for everyone to be aware. 

Fortunately, you can check your moles for irregularity right at home. Use this guide to inspect your skin, and make an appointment with a dermatologist if you suspect a problem. They may encourage you to schedule mole removal. 

The 'ABCDE' Method

The best way to inspect your moles is to follow this method. Stand in front of a mirror in a well-lit room. Make sure to check all of your skin, including your scalp. As you scan your skin, check for the following mole features.

  • Asymmetry: Moles should be symmetrical, so check if one half looks different than the other.
  • Border: Healthy moles have a even border. If it has a jagged or poorly defined border, it could be problematic.
  • Color: Moles should also be uniform in color. If you are noticing multiple shades of brown and black, call your skin professional.
  • Diameter: Generally, moles should not be larger than a pencil eraser. Larger moles could be a sign of skin cancer.
  • Evolving: Your moles should stay the same over time. If you notice that one is growing, or changes in shape or color, it's time to get it checked out.

Other Signs To Look For

In addition to performing the ABCDE method to check yourself regularly, also watch out for more general signs of an unhealthy mole. If a mole is bleeding, itchy, or painful in any way, you should call your specialist for a checkup. It is also important to schedule checkups for any moles that appear during adulthood.

If your skin specialist recommends mole removal , the process is generally quite simple and painless. You can also have a mole removed amongst your other cosmetic procedures, even if it does not appear to be problematic.

Radiance Wellness And Beauty performs the mole removal San Diego trusts. Schedule your appointment to achieve your ideal skin today.
By Ashlee G 31 May, 2017
Radiant, clear, smooth skin is a highly desirable feature. However, it is hard to avoid acne scars, wrinkles, or sun damage discoloration as we get older. Luckily, there are some amazing services out there to rejuvenate the skin and help get rid of these pesky skin problems. All the skin product commercials out there stress how important exfoliation is, but your skin cleanser at home can only do so much. If you have some skin imperfections that you can't get rid of on your own, or are just hoping for younger looking skin, it is easy to find a beauty spa that offers microdermabrasion or chemical peels. They are both popular options but how do you know which exfoliation option is right for you?

Chemical Peels
Chemical peels involve applying gentle skin enhancing chemicals on your face which dissolves the upper layers of skin. The chemicals also clear away dead skin cells and help to reveal healthy, smooth skin underneath. Chemical peels are a great treatment option for acne and acne scarring, minimizing fine lines and wrinkles, and it improves the texture of sun damaged skin. Chemical peels are most effective for serious skin problems such as deep wrinkles and scars. 


A series of peels is usually required to obtain the best results and is also dependent on how serious the skin issues are. Chemical peels are available in 3 different strengths: light, medium and deep. The strength chosen will ultimately determine how long the recovery time (you may need up to three months). As peels essentially burn the top layer of skin away, mild skin irritation is to be expected as well as dryness, redness, and flaky skin. Your skin might also be more sensitive to the sun and outdoor elements because you have temporarily removed the skin's protective outer layer.

Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion polishes away the upper layers of skin with a vacuum like machine that exfoliates sucks away the dead skin. The suction also stimulates collagen production and blood flow. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons says that microdermabrasion "helps repair facial skin that takes a beating from the sun and the effects of aging." This procedure offers the skin a 'rosy glow' but will not significantly change the appearance of the skin surface. This procedure does not improve wrinkles or skin discoloration. Sometimes, microdermabrasion is recommended before a chemical peel to prepare the skin for the chemicals used in the facial peels. It is the milder exfoliation option for sure. Skin peeling is a normal occurrence after a microdermabrasion treatment but, this does not mean there is a problem. It will resolve on its own after 24-48 hours. Patients may also experience mild redness, minor irritation and dryness. 


Whether you choose chemical peels, microdermabrasion, or both treatments is entirely up to you. If you are feeling uncertain you may want to consult with your dermatologist or physician first. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, both microdermabrasion and chemical peels treat age spots, dull complexion and uneven skin tone. But, as stated before, chemical peels are best suited for more serious skin conditions and microdermabrasion will help with skin rejuvenation and give you that rosy glow again! Make sure you find a beauty spa that has licensed and experienced estheticians. Either procedure can be done multiple times (with required recovery time in between) throughout your life and might become a welcome addition to your skin care routine.
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