Acne Scars

Acne scars generally result from inflamed blemishes that are caused by engorged skin pores.

Body Fat / Body Sculpting

Body fat can be caused by a poor diet and a lack of physical activity, but it can also result from genetics.

Brown Spots

Brown spots (also known as age spots) are small, freckle-like marks that are caused by excessive sun exposure.

Crepey Skin

Crepey skin refers to a thin, crinkly, saggy appearance of the skin (similar to a piece of tissue paper or a crepe).

Crow’s Feet

Crow’s feet, also known as laugh or smile lines, are the given name for the lines around the outer corner of your eye.


Diabetes (Type 2) is a chronic medical condition where the body can’t use the insulin it makes as well as it should

Facial Veins

Telangiectasia, or facial veins, is characterized by tiny veins or broken capillaries that can appear on the cheeks, nose, around the nose and around the lips.

Facial Volume Loss

Facial volume loss is usually noticeable in the form of hollow/sunken cheeks or temples and thin lips.

High Cholesterol

High cholesterol (Hyperlipidemia) is a chronic medical condition where the low-density lipoprotein

High Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is the pressure of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries. High blood pressure (Hypertension) is a blood pressure

Low Metabolism

Metabolism is a series of chemical processes in your body that are responsible for maintaining life.

Pre & Post Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery) is a surgery to help patients that struggle with excess weight.


Surgical scars can occur as a result of cesarean sections, orthopedic surgery, skin grafts and even cosmetic or plastic surgery.

Skin Texture

Irregular skin texture not only feels unpleasant, it makes skin look dull.

Unwanted Hair

Due to either hormonal or hereditary factors, unwanted hair develops in different areas of the body.


Wrinkles are caused by a combination of repetitive facial movements, skin laxity and the loss of collagen.

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