The Truth About Collagen Induction Therapy

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Collagen induction therapy is one of those terms that is getting quite well known around San Antonio cosmetic dermatology circles. It also goes by the name of micro-needling. This therapy is intended to renew and rejuvenate your skin through a unique, and to some people, counterintuitive process. It involves creating tiny wounds on your skin to cause it to heal. …

Chemical Peels: Are They Right for You?

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Chemical peels have been a popular skin care treatment for many years, and with good reason. They can help people who have trouble with scars, sun damage, acne, and even aging. One of the things that people like best about chemical peels is that it is not invasive, even though the peeling can make it look like it is. The …

Is Belly Fat Removal Without Surgery Possible?

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You’ve worked hard. You’ve stuck to your diet, you’ve hit the gym, and you’ve reached all your weight loss goals. However, there seems to be that one pocket of belly fat that keeps hanging on and won’t go away. You do not like the thought of going through a surgery to remove it, but what else can you do? Luckily, …

6 Fun Micro-Needling Facts You May Not Know

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It may sound strange when you hear that injuring your skin may help improve it and make it more youthful, but it is true. Micro-needling causes tiny wounds on your skin that heal up better than ever. The results can be nothing short of incredible. Think of it like tearing down a house to put up something better-looking and stronger. …

Coolsculpting: Should You Consider It to Lose That Last 20 Pounds?

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Celebrities everywhere have extolled its virtues. You may have seen it mentioned in periodicals and online all over the place. But what exactly is Coolsculpting, anyway? And what is it for? Well, the process involves a seemingly simple concept. It involves cooling fat cells until they get so cold that they die. They are then flushed from the body using …