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There’s no way around it: Time takes a toll on your skin. And the more time that passes, the more it shows up in the sun damage, scars, wrinkles, and sagging skin on your face.
Smooth, even-toned, glowing skin is often associated with youth, and your wrinkles, creases, facial veins, and sun spots may make you appear older than your age.
It’s a common tale. You’ve been diligent with your diet, you exercise regularly, and you’ve toned up and lost weight. But for some reason, you just can’t seem to get rid of fat pockets in certain areas.
If you’ve noticed the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on your skin, or that lately your skin has lost its fullness and elasticity, then you may be a candidate for aesthetic skin treatments such as dermal fillers and Botox® injections.
When it comes to body hair, men and women find themselves at the same disadvantage.
Losing volume in your lips as you age age is natural, but that doesn’t mean you have to just accept it. Whether you long for a bit more fullness or a dramatically plumper look, dermal fillers can help.
If you have resigned yourself to living with scars — whether they are acne scars, stretch marks, or scars from an injury or wound — you may want to consider laser therapy. In the hands of an expert like our team at Palmetto Aesthetics and Wellness, the right laser therapy can dramatically reduce the appearance of scarring.
If you want a toned body, diet and exercise are key. But what do you do when you’ve eaten right and worked out consistently only to have pockets of fat that won’t budge?
According to the The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, in the U.S. alone, each year doctors perform over half a million non-surgical skin rejuvenation procedures, making them one of the top-requested non-surgical procedures in the country.
Tired of the hassles of shaving and waxing your legs, arms, or bikini area? Then laser hair removal could be a great choice for you. And as it turns out, your timing couldn’t be better.
While we may not be braving feet of snow, howling winds, and subzero temperatures over the winter months here in South Carolina, the season does present its challenges for your skin.
You may have enjoyed a lot of fun in the South Carolina sun this past summer, but sometimes that comes with a price. Too much sunlight over time can cause the elastin in a person's skin to break down.
In the age of selfies, everyone wants to put their best face forward. Social media is a 24/7 visual party — YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and more. In a visual society, there’s no longer a stigma associated with looking your best in those videos and photos.