Articles Tagged: Skin Care Specialist Los angeles

 

How to Look Less Tired

Posted on October 27, 2017 by Ella Fedonenko

For many of us daily demands of work, school and family, leave little to no time to adequately take care of ourselves. Sleep becomes a luxury, and more often than not we find ourselves falling short of getting recommended 8 hours of sleep per day. When we forego getting a good night’s rest our bodies suffer greatly, and over it can greatly affect the appearance of our skin. Luckily, there are several cosmetic treatments that help refresh and rejuvenate the skin so that we can look less tired and feel more beautiful.

  1. Chemical Peels

Studies have shown that poor sleeper’s skin looks more aged than their well-rested counterparts. Researchers also found that sleep-deprived women have an impaired ability to protect against environmental aggressors, such as the sun, compared to those who regularly receive better quality sleep. We recommend prioritizing sleep as a natural and cost-effective way to maintain your appearance. Fine lines and uneven pigmentation can also be successfully treated with medical grade chemical peels. The peels available through SkinMedica can brighten your skin and improve its tone and texture.

  1. Eye cream

Skin around your eyes is extremely susceptible to the signs of aging and fatigue. If you aren’t getting enough sleep, this delicate skin region becomes a prominent display for dark under eye circles and a tired and worn out expression. Applying a high-quality eye cream such as TNS Illuminating Eye Cream can help counter the effects of sleep deprivation. This innovative cream can reduce the appearance of fine lines and make your eyes appear brighter and more beautiful.

Your Laser Skin Care in Los Angeles specializes in Botox and Fillers injections, laser hair removal, chemical peels and IPL among many other services. Please call us at (323) 525-1516 or visit us online at www.yourlaserskincare.com to schedule a free consultation.

 

 

Botox is Safe and Effective Treatment of Migraines and Other Neurological Disorders

Posted on June 6, 2016 by Ella Fedonenko

The same drug that smooths out your skin can help soothe your headaches if you suffer from chronic migraines. Severe, recurrent headaches significantly affect patient’s quality of life. Botox, consisting of botulinum toxin type A, decreases frequency of migraines in some patients.

Botox for Migraines

Botox is prescribed for people who have severe debilitating migraines. It is not approved for use in adults who suffer fewer than 14 headache days every month. Each headache episode must last at least four hours.

American Academy of Neurology 

American Academy of Neurology recently updated its guidelines and approved the use of Botox for migraines and certain other neurological disorders. These include:

  •  blepharospasm –  a condition causing a disabling eyelid closure
  •  cervical dystonia – involuntary contractions of the neck and upper shoulder muscles
  •  adult spasticity
  •  stroke
  •  spinal cord injuries.

While the FDA approved Botox for chronic migraines in 2010, American Academy of Neurology did not include Botox treatments for migraines in its guidelines until April 2016. Scientists aren’t exactly sure how Botox works in reducing chronic migraine, although research indicates it may inhibit pain by reducing pain pathway expression involving specific nerve cells.

The Procedure

The injections are performed on certain areas of your neck and head. Patients receive injections roughly every three months for about a year. As a result, most patients enjoy significantly more pain-free days.

Botox has not yet been scientifically proven to work on tension, cluster or other types of headaches.

Your Laser Skin Care 

Your Laser Skin Care offers a range of professional skin care services. Please call us at 323-525-1516 for a free consultation, or email us at info@yourlaserskincare.com.

 

4 Natural Ingredients for Skin Rejuvenation

Posted on March 16, 2016 by Ella Fedonenko

The Cambridge English Dictionary defines rejuvenate as “to make someone look or feel young and energetic again.” Some of the best ingredients for skin rejuvenation are available at your local supermarket. Skin rejuvenation using natural ingredients is as easy as making a smoothie – and you can use some of the same fruits and vegetables in a facial mask as well. (more…)

Summer Skin Care Tips for Beautiful Skin

Posted on July 27, 2015 by Ella Fedonenko

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In summer, thoughts turn to lazy vacation days spent soaking up the sun, sand and surf, and it’s easy to forget how to get healthy skin. But summer can bring with it a number of concerns that require care and attention. For beautiful skin throughout the season, follow these summer skin care tips. (more…)

Why Your Skin Care Specialist Shouldn’t Just Be Your ‘Other’ Doctor

Posted on March 24, 2015 by Ella Fedonenko

We schedule annual appointments with our physicians. We see(or try to visit) the dentist every six months. Yet how often do you visit a skin care specialist?

Yet every day, each one of us uses the body’s largest organ — our skin — without thinking much about it. If you consider the facts about our skin and its incredible abilities, you might start to care more about its health and well-being.

  • About 15 percent of your total body weight is skin.
  • Skin is made up of two types — glabrous and hairy — and has three different layers: the epidermis, dermis and subcutis.
  • Skin measures 2 square meters when stretched out.
  • Your eyelids boast the thinnest skin (.02 mm) on your body. Skin is thickest (1.4 mm) on the soles of your feet. Skin has the necessary amount of strength and elasticity for its location. For example, the skin on your stomach is different from the skin covering your knuckles.
  • There is no hair or even sweat glands in scar tissue.
  • Hair is made from keratin, which is a protein. Individual body hairs will grow for two to six years.
  • It’s normal to lose between 20 to 100 hairs on your scalp a day.
  • Your skin will regenerate every 28 days.
  • The dead layers of skin and fingernails consist of keratin.
  • You lose around 30,000 dead skin cells every minute.
  • Natural fats keep skin moisturized and healthy. Alcohol and detergents will negatively affect these fats.
  • This may be unpleasant to learn, but your skin has around 1,000,000,000,000 individual bacteria living on it.
  • There are around 14 species of fungi living in-between your toes.
  • Skin color is caused by melanin, a protein, which is produced by cells called melanocytes. Melanin comes in two variations: pheomelanin (red color spectrum) and eumelanin (deep brown to black).
  • Acne will occur in four out of five teenagers.
  • Women and men can also get acne. Usually, the numbers are around 1 in 20 in women and 1 in 100 men.

Your Laser Skin Care will be happy to address any skin care issues or concerns you might have have.

We also specialize in cosmetic procedures like Botox, laser hair removal and IPL among many other services. Please visit us at www.yourlaserskincare.com for details.

To schedule an appointment, please call us at (323) 525-1516.