Molluscum

Molluscum Contagiosum is a common skin disorder that mostly affects children. It is caused by a virus similar to the wart virus that lives in the top layer of the skin. As the name implies, it is spread by direct skin to skin contact and is usually found in areas that touch each other such as arm folds and the groin area. It typically appears as shiny bumps that may have an indentation in the center. In most cases this infection will resolve on its own within one year. Treatment options are available and include cryotherapy, scraping, cantharadin (blister beetle juice) and topical creams.

Molluscum Skincare Treatments

Now Recruiting: Acne

Now Recruiting! Acne, as many of us are all too familiar with, is a chronic inflammatory skin condition.  In fact, it’s one of the most common skin conditions in the US affecting up to 50 million Americans annually. What is causing the acne? There are many...
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Cool-Event: August 24th

Reminder Reminder!  Our Cool-Event featuring on of our favorite procedure for non-invasive fat reduction is happening soon and filling up quickly! We are having an event giving you a short presentation on how Coolsculpting work, before and after images, sharing all...
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Save the date, seal in savings!

Save the date, seal in the savings during our August product savings event on August 16th and 17th! We have said it before, but feel the need to stress the importance of protecting your investments. When you are having procedures and spending your hard earned money to...
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A Cool-Event with LIVE Demo:

We’ve got A Cool-Event, pun intended, coming up on August 24th during lunchtime featuring our ever so popular Coolsculpting treatment for non-invasive fat reduction! This device has been around for some years now with consistent results, but in recent years they...
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Brow, Chin, Neck, Chest…the options are endless

Brow, Chin, Neck, Chest…the options are endless.  Ultherapy has been around for quite some time now, so most of us have heard of it before….but today, instead of just focusing on what Ulthera can do (and it can do some great things) we’re also going...
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