10 Mar

The Benefits of HydraFacial®

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  The advanced skincare treatment, HydraFacial®, is quickly rising in popularity in the Orlando area. When skin is dry and irritated, it can increase the visible signs of aging. This breakthrough treatment offers hydration to aging skin, helping to improve the overall appearance of your complexion. What is HydraFacial®? HydraFacial® is a multi-step treatment to

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01 Mar

The HydraFacial: What to Expect

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The HydraFacial MD treatment is causing a lot of buzz, and with an array of benefits, it’s no wonder why. This treatment boasts no downtime, no discomfort, and immediate results. Plus, one treatment is quick, only taking 30 minutes. Sound too good to be true? Well, it’s not, and is offered at Orlando Plastic Surgery

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23 Feb

Spider Veins, Rosacea, Dark Spots; Oh My!

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According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, 50-55% of women complain about spider veins, or Telangiectasia. It can be caused by high blood pressure, obesity, aging, rosacea, inflammatory conditions, or even simple stress, insomnia, or lack of exercise. Although these veins are usually harmless, they can sometimes be achy or painful. Rosacea is also

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16 Feb

Make your Facial Imperfections Disappear

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Wrinkles, discoloration, scarring, and spots— no skin regimen can seem to fight these pesky skin concerns. Plus, if surgeries and needles make you nervous, a solution seems impossible. Have you considered C02 Laser Resurfacing? What is C02 Laser Resurfacing? C02 laser resurfacing is one of the latest developments in non-surgical skin revitalization treatments. This treatment

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20 Jan

Tips for Clearer Skin

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A recent study has shown that P. acnes, a usually harmless bacterium that lives on our skin, can cause breakouts. When trapped in airless, oily areas like hair follicles, it triggers inflammation and acne. In those environments, the bacterium creates fatty acids, activating inflammation. Researchers are now developing new treatments to help balance the P.

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