brown spots after sunburn

Seeing Brown Spots After Sunburn? (What You Should Know)

Many people notice they develop brown spots after sunburn once they turn 50, but you don’t have to be 50 to develop sunspots on your skin. Brown spots, also known as age spots or liver spots, are a sign you’ve been exposed to the sun too often and your skin is attempting to protect itself from more sun damage. So if you spend a lot of time in the sun, you may notice these dark spots developing earlier than following your 50th birthday.Continue reading

dark patches on cheeks - melasma and hyperpigmentation

Dark Patches on Cheeks: What Could They Be From?

Dark patches on your cheeks, also known as melasma or hyperpigmentation, is a skin condition characterized by brown or gray-brown patches that appear on your skin. It often occurs on the cheeks, forehead, and bridge of the nose but can occur anywhere on your body. 

Hyperpigmentation is not often a cause for concern, but it may cause you to feel self-conscious. Fortunately, there are treatment options to help reduce the appearance of these patches. Before we discuss the treatment options, let’s learn about what causes these dark patches on your cheeks to form. Continue reading

how long do dermal fillers last

How Long Do Dermal Fillers Last?

Dermal fillers are the second most common cosmetic procedure in the United States, but how long do dermal fillers last? There are many factors that go into how long fillers last and what they’re used for. Before we talk about how long fillers last, let’s review what dermal fillers are.

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what causes red cheeks in a child

What Causes Red Cheeks in a Child?

You might notice your child has red cheeks after they’ve been playing, but what causes red cheeks in a child when there’s no obvious cause? Well, there are many reasons, some medical and some not. Continue on to learn about common medical conditions that cause red cheeks, how to treat them, and when your child needs medical treatment.Continue reading

does microneedling work?

Does Microneedling Work?

You’ve seen microneedling all over the internet and in magazines, but does microneedling work? In short, yes. However, there are different variables that need to be considered. These variables include whether the procedure is completed at home or by trained professionals, the concern and area being treated, and more. But first, let’s talk about what microneedling actually is. Continue reading