Loss Of Elasticity

Loss Of  Volume

Color-Texture

As time passes, our skin loses resilience, and signs of aging begin to appear. Natural changes in our skin are accelerated by sun damage, smoking, allergens, toxins, and other extrinsic lifestyle and environmental factors that lead to the development of a variety of changes. From wrinkles and skin color and texture changes to sagging faces and volume loss, we offer a dynamic array of products and procedures to help you achieve a healthy, youthful face with a beautiful complexion.

Loss Of Elasticity

Gravity and aging have adverse effects on our appearance, causing loose, sagging skin. The facial bones can also recede over time and lose their prominence, which detracts from the youthful structure they once gave the face. These changes may appear in the form of:

• Excess skin in the upper eyelids
• Bags and drooping under the eyes
• Jowls along the jawline/lower cheeks
• "Turkey neck"
• Drooping or flattened eyebrows
• Receding chin
• Flattened cheekbones

Treatment Options

Loss of Elasticity

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Loss Of Elasticity

Structural proteins such as collagen and elastin that keep our skin looking smooth and youthful begin to deteriorate as early as our 20s. The skin becomes thin and is unable to stretch and bounce back as it once did, which causes signs of aging to develop.

Gravity and aging have adverse effects on our appearance, causing loose, sagging skin. The facial bones can also recede over time and lose their prominence, which detracts from the youthful structure they once gave the face. These changes may appear in the form of:

• Vertical furrows between the brows (glabellar lines, "11s")
• Bags and drooping under the eyes
• Fine lines at the corners of the eyes ("crow's feet")

Treatment Options

Dynamic (Expression) Lines

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Loss Of Elasticity

Aging causes the thin layer of fat beneath the skin to shrink and the skin to become thin, which leads to a loss of the plumpness associated with a youthful-looking face. This reality can result in the following deficiencies:

• Flattened cheeks, loss of curvature or prominence
• Dark circles under the eyes
• Thin lips
• Hollow temples
• Other depressions in the skin

Treatment Options

Loss of Volume

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Acneic Skin


Acne is a very common skin issue during adolescence and early adulthood.

However, acne can continue into adulthood. Men and women are often surprised by the onset of adult acne especially if they’ve never suffered with problematic skin in adolescence. Acne is a disorder resulting from the action of hormones and other substances on the skin's oil glands, sebaceous glands and hair follicles. Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes) are the anaerobic bacterium that causes acne. The key to treating acne is to first understand its root cause, then, and only then can you begin to minimize and eventually alleviate break-outs. The main causes of acne are: hormonal changes, congested or clogged pores, food sensitivities and allergies, excess of bacteria living on the skin, and having genetically sebaceous skin. Your lifestyle choices and poor habits, such as falling asleep with your make-up on or not cleansing after an intense workout will exasperate the acne condition.

Treating Acne Problems

Acne can be a chronic inflammation of the sebaceous glands of the skin. It can have a hormonal or genetic origin. It can cause pustules, blackheads, and whiteheads. Severe cases can cause upraised nodules and abscesses that can scar the skin permanently, often referred to as cystic acne. Unfortunately, these problems can lead to loss of self-esteem and social discomfort. Though many topical treatments and dietary regimes are available to reduce acne, these are not always sufficient as diet is only one of the factors that influence the occurrence of acne. Even prescription medications may not provide the relief you so desperately seek, and may have many negative side effects. A beauty expert at MDFace + Body will help determine the cause of your acne, and the best course of action to treat it.

Treatment Options

Acne Reduction Treatments

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Changes in the color of our skin often result from sun damage, inflammation, or other skin injuries. These changes may appear in the form of:

• Sun spots
• Acne scars
• Blotchiness
• Age spots
• Melasma
• Spider veins
• Discoloration
• Sun damage
• Uneven skin tone
• Enlarged pores
• Poor texture
• Fine lines

Treatment Options

Color & Texture

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