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Clear + Brilliant
Clear + Brilliant is a non-invasive, cosmetic laser anti-aging treatment designed to counteract the effects of time, negative lifestyle habits, and environmental factors.
Pre/Post Treatment Guidelines
Being prepared for your dermatology procedures is a valuable part of every successful treatment. Understanding what will happen before, during, and after any treatment will help you to not only be in optimal condition for the process but take proper actions afterward for the greatest degree of success. The team at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology values
Good, Better, and Best Face Tightening Options
Radiant, smooth, natural, and youthful-looking. These are qualities we always want to use to describe our skin. Unfortunately, with aging comes a decline in facial volume and elasticity. Loss of fat, thinning skin, smaller or larger muscles, and loss of bone density often lead to unattractive, wrinkled, loose, and sagging skin. The good news is,
Your Guide to the Perfect Underarm
Dark underarms may be something you hide or something that hinders you from wearing tank tops in the summer. In sunny San Diego, it’s short-sleeve weather all year round, so not being able to show your underarms can affect your life a lot. Luckily, if you’re self-conscious of dark underarms, you don’t have to let
The 5 Keys to Perfect Skin (According to Your Dermatologist)
Let’s face it. There are millions of new products and treatments out there making the same fountain of youth promises for your skin, competing for your attention (and money). So, how can anyone weed through the latest gimmicks and fads to find the really worthwhile, genuinely good-for-your-skin solutions for acne, wrinkles, and other skincare woes?
Your Skin. Refresh It. Love It. Protect It.
As the body’s largest organ and the first line of defense against the outside world, the skin is constantly exposed to a number of environmental irritants and stressors, from overexposure to the sun right down to how much sleep we get and food and drinks that we consume. Throw in genetic and hereditary factors, and