Acne is a common skin condition that affects almost 85% of people at some point in their lives. Acne most commonly develops on areas of the body that contain a lot of sebaceous glands, such as the face, neck, chest, back, and shoulders. Acne usually begins during puberty, but many adults also develop the condition.
There are various treatments available at Medical Spa of The Rockies for acne, including medical grade skincare products, facial peels, and rf microneedling.
Safe and effective treatment for acne scars begins with a skin consultation. During the consultation, one of our many licensed professionals will examine your skin, playing close attention to your scars. After answering a few essentials questions, the professional will recommend a treatment that best fits your situation.
Blackheads are a very common skin condition that mostly affects your face, neck, back and chest. There are a variety of causes, including too much oil on your skin and hair follicle irritation. Blackheads commonly affect adolescents, but they can occur at any age.
Dark circles under the eyes may look purple or blue to dark brown or black, depending on skin color.
These circles are rarely a cause for concern, but people may wish to reduce their appearance for cosmetic reasons.
In some cases, dark circles under the eyes can indicate a need for lifestyle changes, such as improvements to sleep habits or diet.
Enlarged pores are depressions in the facial skin surface that contain one or more openings to the ducts carrying sweat and oil from their respective eccrine glands and sebaceous glands.
Fine lines are the start of wrinkles and look like small creases on your skin. They’re closer to the surface of your skin, whereas wrinkles are deeper into your skin. You’ll notice fine lines on your face where you make repetitive movements, like around your eyes and your mouth when you smile or squint.
Milia is a common skin condition that causes small white bumps (cysts) under the surface of your skin
Milia happen when the dead skin cells don’t slough away. Instead, they get caught under the new skin, harden, and form a milium. Milia can also happen because of: Skin damage from something like a rash, an injury, or sun exposure.
If excessive sweating has no underlying medical cause, it’s called primary hyperhidrosis. It happens when excess sweating is not triggered by a rise in temperature or physical activity. Primary hyperhidrosis may be at least partly hereditary.
If the excess sweating is due to an underlying medical condition, it’s called secondary hyperhidrosis.
Pigmentation/Uneven Skin Tone
Normal skin contains cells called melanocytes. These cells produce melanin, the substance that gives skin its color. Skin with too much melanin is called hyperpigmented skin. Skin with too little melanin is called hypopigmented.
Dry skin makes the skin look and feel rough, itchy, flaky or scaly. The location where these dry patches form vary from person to person. It’s a common condition that affects people of all ages.
Dry skin, also known as xerosis or xeroderma, has many causes, including cold or dry weather, sun damage, harsh soaps, and overbathing.
Lots of things can turn your skin red, including acne, an allergic reaction, or a severe skin disorder.
Sometimes the redness goes away on its own. But you may need treatment if your symptoms are bothersome and affect your day-to-day life.
A skin tag is a small piece of soft, hanging skin that may have a peduncle, or stalk. They appear most commonly where skin rubs on skin or clothing.
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