Fullness under the chin due to fat accumulation may be due to several factors including genetics, weight gain and aging. Fat dissolving injections offer a relatively simple and non-invasive way to treat this region and improve the contour of the lower face.
Sky Blue Dermatology is excited to introduce a new treatment for acne that combines LED light and a photo converter gel. We believe this will be a great treatment for patients unresponsive to other therapies or unsuitable for prescription oral medications. Each treatment involves application of the gel followed by 9 minutes of illumination with the Kleresca LED lamp. Treatments are undertaken twice weekly for 6 weeks. What is Kleresca®? Kleresca® is a breakthrough BioPhotonic treatment that significantly and comfortably improves acne, with high safety. It is offered exclusively in professional clinics. Kleresca® harnesses the power of BioPhotonics to safely treat your acne and stimulate the tissue’s own repair systems. The treatment uses a high intensity in-clinic lamp together with a photoconverter gel to kill bacteria in the skin and initiate healing. Kleresca® is administered twice a week for six weeks. The treatment offers you a comfortable experience. A nurse or practitioner will apply a topical orange gel that is illuminated under a multi-wavelength LED light for nine minutes. That’s all – then you can get back to your day! www.kleresca.com
Whilst we all know that inner beauty is probably more important than outer beauty, we all still like to look as good as we can. There is so much information available now about how best to keep our skin youthful, it can be confusing. Too simplify it; there are a few basic things that will keep you looking your best:
Rejuvenation of photo aged skin has become extremely popular. However it can be difficult for the consumer to decide what treatment is appropriate for them, (and who is the most qualified practitioner to perform this). To determine the best treatment you need to prioritise your concerns ...
75% of all skin cancer deaths are due to melanoma however the vast majority of melanoma sufferers are cured and survive.
The key to survival is early detection. REGULAR SELF EXAMINATION LOOKING FOR NEW OR CHANGING MOLES IS CRUCIAL.