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What Skin Conditions Can Be Addressed With a HydraFacial?

Have you heard about the HydraFacial MDⓇ yet?If you think that the HydraFacial is just like every other facial out there, think again: This non-invasive procedure is an in-depth and highly effective treatment for unlocking your most beautiful complexion yet. Just a single HydraFacial session can address the following skin conditions: Wrinkles and fine lines Uneven skin tone Hyperpigmentation Enlarged pores Loose skin Dry skin And more! Here’s how it works: The HydraFacial uses multiple steps to help you achieve your best skin yet. When you first settle in for your procedure, your HydraFacial expert will cleanse your skin to ensure it’s ready for the treatment. At this point, you’ll undergo a mild exfoliation, which lifts away the dead skin cells that are dulling your complexion. Once the skin is [...]

By | 2019-09-18T23:38:36-07:00 July 20th, 2018|

Do CO2 Laser Treatments Hurt?

Ever wonder how celebrities get that flawless glow and clear complexion?  Sure, Photoshop certainly helps – but plenty of A-listers seem to defy the laws of time and gravity with eternally youthful skin that seems lit from within. Fortunately, they haven’t been keeping their skincare secrets to themselves.  One of the best weapons in their anti-aging arsenal is laser resurfacing, courtesy of CO2 laser treatments. They’re the exact same kind of treatment you can now find at South Coast Plastic Surgery in Irvine, California! The Benefits Of CO2 Lasers As the premier destination for laser skin resurfacing and cosmetic surgery in the greater Orange County area, South Coast Plastic Surgery is pleased to offer A-list laser skin resurfacing treatments for clients who want to achieve the following results: Even and smooth complexion Reduction in wrinkles and [...]

By | 2017-03-09T06:58:48-08:00 October 26th, 2016|
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