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How to get glowing skin part 2 by Dr. Irwin on SkinTour

How to get glowing skin back! Part 2 of 2

So here’s the last part of this glowing skin post. It was getting a bit long.  🙂 3. Repair and maintain the dermis to hang onto and build more fresh...

Lasers to help skin after menopause?

Are there lasers to help skin after menopause? Many women notice some thinning of the skin after menopause and wonder if there are lasers to help with skin after menopause....

Best lasers for acne scars – to Angela

Angela ….these are such good questions about the best lasers for acne scars.    And I truly wish I could answer everyone’s, because you all ask such good questions.   A couple...

Which skin care products after a laser treatment?

For skin care products after a laser treatment, ideally………….BEFORE you have the treatment, the board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon would give you a written post care instruction sheet that describes the...

Complications of microneedling – what should I do?

Thank you for writing.   Microneedling is new enough that complications are only recently being reported in medical journals and the lay press.   A radiofrequency microneedling system is different from and...

Problems after a CO2 laser with scarring?

In my opinion, aestheticians and other ancillary personnel should not be using CO2 lasers.  CO2 lasers have huge potential to improve scars and wrinkles but they also have more potential...

Which laser is best for upper lip lines?

No question in my mind anyway on this one…………the CO2 ……..either the fractionated like the DEKA DOT, Affirm or Active/Deep Fx ….. or the original completely ablative CO2s.   The fractionated...
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