If wrinkles and fine lines or premature aging are not your problem, what still can stand in the way of your gorgeous looking skin is an uneven skin tone or any other skin discoloration problem. Skin discoloration is a problem very common in all ages but the factors causing this discoloration may vary from person to person. Before finding out the ways for skin discoloration removal, let us educate ourselves on what the different types of skin discoloration are and whether they cause any health risks or not. Continue reading
No matter what ethnicity you belong to and what color your skin is, what makes you look gorgeous is the fresh, glowing and even-toned skin. However, skin discoloration is one of the most common skin problems among people of all color and ages. It mostly affects the forehead cheeks and upper lip areas of the face. A very common type of skin discoloration is melasma which is also called ‘the mask of pregnancy’ as it mostly affects women during the pregnancy period. Another cause of uneven skin tones and skin discoloration is aging. In addition, skin discoloration problems are more common among the people who are subjected to prolonged sun exposure. Yet, the question here is: how to fix skin discoloration? Continue reading
There are a wide variety of conditions that can result in skin pigmentation abnormalities. Birthmarks are a naturally occurring common source of problems requiring skin pigmentation treatments, but even more common than birthmarks are sun spots and other discolorations of skin that result from environmental exposure, predominantly from the sun. Continue reading
March 17, 2009, Beverly Hills, California — No area of the body gives away a person’s age more easily than the hands. As one age’s, so does the appearance of one’s hands. Epione Beverly Hills is now employing the latest innovation in cosmetic dermatology to address this issue. The combination of Coolaser and the dermal filler Radiesse offers patients the prospect of younger looking hands.