Acne is a very common skin disease that affects teenagers and adults alike. Most often benign, it can nevertheless take on severe forms that leave scars. Acne is a condition of the glands that secrete sebum at the roots of hair or pilosebaceous follicles. This causes clogging of the skin pores and the appearance of various lesions such as comedones (blackheads and whiteheads) and pimples. Depending on the lesions, acne can be very mild to very severe. Depending on this, the treatments will be different.
Once healed, acne can leave scars or discoloration of the skin. Some methods can significantly reduce these unwanted effects.
Hyperpigmentation is the result of damage caused by the sun, hormonal changes, aging and acne, resulting from excessive production of melanin. Hyperpigmentation most commonly affects the face, chest and backs of the hands, causing them to look older. There are several treatments to erase dark spots and reveal a more youthful appearance.
The delicate area under the eyes may show signs of dehydration, sun damage and wrinkles earlier than other areas of your skin. Indeed, the eye area is ten times thinner than that of the rest of the face due to the lack of sebaceous glands, fat and muscle.
Due to pollution, stress, the season or even lifestyle, the skin is more dehydrated and may appear dull.
Pores are the tiny openings in the skin that allow sweat, sebum, and dead cells to escape. If they are blocked, they expand to allow the skin to continue to breathe. They often cause pimples or blackheads to appear.
After years of squinting, repeated stress and excessive frowning, the skin may experience wrinkling. As these muscles strengthen, moderate to severe frown lines remain even when the muscles are at rest.
A hemangioma is a benign tumor of the cells that line the blood vessels. When there is a hemangioma, these cells multiply at an abnormally rapid rate, forming a tuberous, subcutaneous or mixed skin mass, associated with a red coloration due to the large presence of blood in the tissue.
Hyperhidrosis describes excess sweating. That is, uncomfortable and uncomfortable sweating on localized parts of the body, such as the armpits, feet and hands.
For reasons of embellishment or to fight against the effects of aging, it is possible to give the lips a more youthful appearance.
Rosacea is a chronic disease characterized by redness of the face. Extreme temperatures, sun exposure, and even spicy foods can trigger an exacerbation of rosacea
An inevitable phenomenon, sagging skin is not irreparable. Firming of the skin in aesthetic medicine is thus a non-surgical alternative for tightening the skin and reversing the signs of aging.
The smile lines correspond to the lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth. They are also called nasolabial folds. They get deeper and deeper with age.
Uneven skin tone automatically gives an older look because the skin is less clear. The uneven appearance of the skin can be linked to hyperpigmentation, acne, scarring, hormonal changes and many other conditions.
Warts appear as small, hard growths on the skin caused by viruses. These are contagious, through direct contact with an infected person or through dander, for example in gyms or swimming pools. Untreated warts can spread or infect other parts of the body or other people.
Stress, sun exposure, lifestyle and genetics promote skin aging. This results in dehydration of skin cells, degradation of collagen and loss of elasticity accelerating premature aging.