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PUBLIC MARKS from clarity with tag "laser treatment"

October 2015

Understand Skin Laser Treatments

Today’s laser skin treatment options are plentiful. Unlike years past where recovery periods could be long or where patients were concerned about explaining the healing process to friends, most laser treatments are now done comfortably and with little or no downtime – laser resurfacing is easier, better, and safer than ever. According to Chantal Ward, RN and Aesthetic Clinical Trainer, “Patients can have a wide range of conditions treated including wrinkles, sun damage, uneven pigmentation, scars, freckles, and birthmarks. With treatment options for almost every budget, most patients I consult with are pleasantly surprised at what can be done to repair skin and restore confidence.” Laser and light therapies such as Fraxel, Pixel, IPL (Photo Facial Rejuvenation) continue to be the most popular light-based therapies, as results are consistent.

April 2015

Exilis Elite™- Facial Skin Tightening

As candles on our birthday cake increase, our desire to look youthful remains and we spend our hard earned money on various beauty products which are priced high, but with fewer benefits. Offering a more comfortable and affordable alternative to Thermage, Exilis™ stimulates and strengthens the collagen network to improve skin laxity and texture painlessly.

March 2015

I am pregnant and my skin is producing dark patches. Is this Normal?

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It is not uncommon for pregnant women to develop dark blotchy areas on their faces and although Melasma, also known as “pregnancy mask” is more likely to occur with women of darker complexions, it can also occur in those with lighter skin. If melasma or hyper-pigmentation runs in your family, you too are at risk of developing melasma. Additionally, if you have had discolouration with any one pregnancy, you have a greater chance that it will reappear, even more severely, with each pregnancy thereafter.

Teenage Acne is common but are there acne treatments that can help my skin clear-up?

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You’re not alone. In fact, over 60+ million Americans & Canadians suffer from acne and unfortunately many have difficulty find a treatment that works. For many individuals, exfoliants, microdermabrasion and chemical peels can provide noticeable benefits, as exfoliating helps clear pores of dead skin, dirt, and oil. With safe techniques, exfoliating at home or treatments in a professional environment can unplug pores, allowing subsequent treatments and products to work more effectively.

Are You Overwhelmed?

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Are you curious or perhaps overwhelmed with the infinite array of lasers, treatments, lotions, creams, surgical and non-surgical treatment options? If yes, you have come to the right place! As our guest at Clarity Medspa & Laser Centre, you will benefit from the expertise & knowledge of Chantal Ward, RN. Even though Chantal has 25+ years of Nursing/Medical Equipment/Medical Aesthetics experience she continually attends symposiums and workshops worldwide, to ensure she “is on the pulse” and able to share with her clients.

Face Lift or Fillers – What should I do?

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Plastic Surgeons are embracing the use of Injectable Fillers to give patients needed volume as well to “restore shape to the face”. With aging it is inevitable that one one will lose volume in the face, making Fillers one of the most popular anti-aging treatments. The beauty of fillers is they immediately replenish lost volume and can naturally stimulate ones one own collagen with very predictable results. Fillers are ideal for smoothing out lines and creases that have formed on the face and even the hands. This article is best describing the solution for this mostly common problem in people.

what can I do for large pores?

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The main reason behind larger pores are overactive sebaceous (oil) glands. this forces the pores to expand and accommodate excess oil on your face. Factors that contribute to enlarged pores include age, male sex, acne, chronic sun exposure or a genetic disposition. When pores become clogged with cellular debris causing blackheads, they will appear even larger.

Where do wrinkles and folds come from?

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As we grow older our skin gets thinner, drier and less elastic and skin's capability to protect itself also reduces with the process of aging and a fold or ridge gives your face a wrinkled expression which is know are wrinkles and fold. Some other reasons can be smoking, genetic factor, exposure to ultra-violet rays and lighter skin etc.Sun damage, smoking, dehydration, some medications, as well as a number of other factors may also cause wrinkles to develop.