Six Months to Get Ready?

Do you have a wedding, reunion, or other event coming up?  Everyone’s skin is different, but here is a list of some of the things you could accomplish in six months:

  • improve your “glow” with products, peels, microdermabrasion
  • remove unwanted facial hair
  • clean out pores and improve acne 
  • relax frown lines, crow’s feet, and neck lines with Botox
  • fill in lines from nose to mouth with Juvederm or Restylane
  • get some tightening of the whole face with Thermage
  • tighten the skin of the eyelids with eyelid Thermage
  • improve, wrinkles, brown spots, and some acne scars with a Fraxel laser
  • get rid of brown spots, redness with a gentle laser photorejuvenation series

SkinTour has lots of info on all of these, so you can educate yourself before seeing your dermatologist.

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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Hi, I’m Dr. Irwin. I believe that consumers deserve a medically trained and unbiased skin care advocate.

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