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Category Archives: Chemical Peels

Skin Care and Treatments at Every Age

Written on April 18, 2018 at 2:56 pm, by

Our skin experiences many structural and biochemical changes over the years.  For example, epidermal cells don’t turn over and exfoliate as easily, the production of collagen and elastic tissue proteins slows, and these proteins also weaken becoming less supportive. At our Washington, D.C., dermatology practice, we recommend skin care treatments tailored to the age of  Continue Reading »

Say Goodbye to Microbeads

Written on January 27, 2016 at 8:08 am, by

In recent months, if you are interested in beauty and the environment, you’ve heard all about microbeads and how they are dangerous to the environment. Microbeads are tiny plastic spheres that are not biodegradable and that are too small to be caught be filtration systems, so they often end up in the rivers and oceans,  Continue Reading »

Popular Cosmetic Procedures Before Your Wedding

Written on November 18, 2015 at 8:33 am, by

The days and months leading up to a wedding can be stressful, full of long nights planning everything from seating arrangements, to picking out flowers, and finalizing menus, to name a few. Eating well, staying hydrated, and getting enough rest and sleep in the months leading up to the big day can often fall by  Continue Reading »

The Benefits of a Chemical Peel

Written on August 6, 2015 at 6:44 pm, by

Chemical peels are an extremely popular means of deep exfoliation that can significantly rejuvenate and brighten the complexion. “Chemical peel” is a blanket term that covers all types of exfoliation that uses chemicals in place of physical scrubs, such as sugar or salt. Chemical peels are customized for the individual, and range in strength from  Continue Reading »

The Best Acne Treatments in DC

Written on October 16, 2014 at 10:53 pm, by

Acne can be a stubborn problem that many people of all ages deal with. It’s not just something that affects teenagers; older people often get acne as well, which in turn can lead to scarring that lasts well after the acne itself is gone. Fortunately, there are ways to deal with acne and acne scarring. Expert dermatologist  Continue Reading »