tag archive: chemical peels

The Power Behind the Peel

Popular acids used in skin care treatments Voluntarily putting acid on your skin? It might sound counterintuitive, but it’s actually a proven technique that has been used since ancient times—yep, ancient Egyptian women were known to bathe in fermented grapes and sour milk to smooth their skin.

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Popular acids used in skin care treatments Voluntarily putting acid on your skin? It might sound counterintuitive, but it’s actually a proven technique that has been used since ancient times—yep, ancient Egyptian women were known to bathe in fermented grapes and sour milk to smooth their skin.

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Top 5 Winter Skin Care Tips

The cold temperatures of winter can leave skin red, dry and dull. If you are experiencing any of these conditions don’t despair, we have the top 5 skin care tips for the cold winter months.

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The cold temperatures of winter can leave skin red, dry and dull. If you are experiencing any of these conditions don’t despair, we have the top 5 skin care tips for the cold winter months.

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Columbus Ohio Chemical Peel and Columbus Ohio IPL

The Swiss Army Knives of Columbus Ohio Dermatologist Treatments Hands down two of the most versatile procedures we do are the IPL (intense pulsed light) and chemical peel.  Although it’s not recommended to get one within about two weeks of the other, both can treat a variety of concerns.

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The Swiss Army Knives of Columbus Ohio Dermatologist Treatments Hands down two of the most versatile procedures we do are the IPL (intense pulsed light) and chemical peel.  Although it’s not recommended to get one within about two weeks of the other, both can treat a variety of concerns.

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How To Manage Acne While Traveling

What could be more glamorous than lying on the shores of the aqua marine Mediterranean in the swank South of France? Oh, who am I kidding?

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What could be more glamorous than lying on the shores of the aqua marine Mediterranean in the swank South of France? Oh, who am I kidding?

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