10 Nov 2017
November 10, 2017

Benefits of Limelight Photofacials

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Well, it is officially the end of summer! As the leaves turn beautiful colors and begin to fall, I look in the mirror and see the pigmentation due to my fantastic summer. This means one thing; time to start a Limelight photofacial series. Limelight is an intense pulse light treatment that treats the brown spots.. read more →

Skincare routines can be tricky. It’s hard to know which products you need to keep in your lineup, as well as to decipher between what they say on the label and what they actually do. In this blog post, we share our favorite skin healing product of 2017 and how it can help improve your.. read more →

  Check out our dermatologist recommended sunscreen for 2017 – EltaMD UV Elements SPF 44. It has quickly become one of the best and favorite sunscreens to many of our patients and staff.    Sunscreen name: EltaMD UV Elements SPF 44 Overview:  Tinted Water resistant Facial sunscreen Oil-free All skin types Post procedure Main Ingredients: Zinc.. read more →

Happy May and congratulations on surviving the rainiest Seattle winter on record. While we are all sun-starved and looking forward to warmer weather, it is important to recognize Skin Cancer Awareness month and review strategies for prevention of skin damage or skin cancer. Skin cancer is incredibly common. At current rates, 1 in 5 Americans.. read more →

  Intense Pulsed Light, better know as IPL, is a device we use to treat lentignes (sun spots), and telangiectasia (broken capillaries). It may take several treatments, spaced about a month apart to achieve desired results, leaving the skin with an  improved overall tone of the skin.  It can be used on the face, neck,.. read more →

With the warmer days ahead, and the sun finally making an appearance, we are all excited to head outdoors for our weekend adventures. Whether it is a day of hiking, playing at the beach, or just doing some outdoor gardening –  don’t forget to apply, and then reapply your sunscreen! Here are some basic guidelines.. read more →