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On June 29, 2015

What is Skin Needling

Skin needling is a more targeting, localised version of Derma-rolling. Both skin needling and derma-rolling use tiny needles to prick the skin to varying depths in order to stimulate collagen renewal. Dermal-Rolling uses a small rolling device that is used in larger areas, whilst the Pen or stamp can be used in small targeted areas
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On June 29, 2015

CosMedix Benefit Clean Cleanser

An antioxidant-rich, gentle cleanser with calming, anti-inflammatory properties. What it’s used for: CosMedix Benefit Clean is a light, foaming cleanser rich in antioxidants that gently exfoliates all skin types. Deep cleansing elements delicately remove impurities and environmental pollutants from the skin. Its gentle, all-natural formula even removes face and eye makeup without irritation while its
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On June 29, 2015

What is Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion, (MDA) is a resurfacing treatment designed to exfoliate and deeply cleanse.  It gently removes dead skin cells and unblocks pores, stimulating new cell growth to reveal younger, healthier, and smoother looking skin. Crystal or Diamond ? We use both crystal and diamond MDA.  Both forms of MDA effectively exfoliate dead skin build up, and a
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On June 29, 2015

Myths about Laser Hair Removal

MYTHS ABOUT LASER HAIR REMOVAL IN SUMMER Here at Face Forward and The Rose we receive many patients & clients who are worried about doing any form of Laser Hair Removal in the summer months. Their concern comes from the idea that you can’t get laser treatments or laser hair removal during the summer at all. However,
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On June 29, 2015

The way we view things

THE WAY WE VIEW THINGS A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the “half empty or half full” question. Instead, with a smile on her face, she inquired: “How heavy is this glass of water?” Answers called
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On June 29, 2015

Pre-Teen Acne

SEVERE ACNE AS PRE-TEENS Acne is starting to inflict younger & younger children now, with some clinicians reporting some children as young as 7 having the disease.  At the latest American Academy of Dermatology meeting there were new guidelines available for helping treat pre-teens, being the same principals of therapy for adolescent acne, highlighting this
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On June 29, 2015

Sclerotherapy

SCLEROTHERAPY – TREATMENT OF SURFACE VEINS, FACIAL VEINS AND VARICOSE VEINS BY INJECTION CHARACTERISTICS OF LEG VEINS Dilated blood vessels, also called varicose or spider veins, have a red, blue or purple color and appear on the surface of the body, particularly the legs. On the face and upper body their character is slightly different
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On June 29, 2015

8 Simple Surgery Mistakes

We have all heard those horror stories or seen the pictures, but you would be surprised how often people make simple mistakes that can let them be that person, often it is not the clinicians fault – crazy weird side effects can happen – so you should be as informed as possible. Here are some
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On June 29, 2015

The truth behind scary-sounding plastic surgery terms

Chemical peel? Microdermabrasion? Laser hair removal? Skin Needling or Rolling?All of these topics sound rather painful, but don’t let the wording fool you. These procedures are popular because they provide effective ways to improve one’s looks. When it comes to plastic surgery, you don’t have to put yourself through a painful experience just to get
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On June 29, 2015

Mole versus Melanoma

It is important to know the difference between an ordinary mole and melanoma, since moles may develop into melanoma or indicate an increased risk for melanoma. An ordinary mole is normally an even colour and can be light brown, tan or a black spot on the skin. They can be raised or flat, oval or
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