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As you age, your skin starts to have wrinkles and sag due to the decline of collagen and elastin production. Collagen and elastin are responsible for giving you vibrant skin. But as you grow older, the quality and quantity of these two components reduce. The body cannot produce as much as it needs.
Our Red Carpet Peel is a chemical peel that can reduce the appearance of fine lines, treat skin tone unevenness, and make patients’ skin feel smoother to the touch. Think of this treatment like a face mask: When applied to the skin, the ingredients seep in and boost collagen levels.
Liposuction remains one of the most popular cosmetic procedures to date. However, many people are unaware of new, non-surgical alternatives to traditional liposuction. And—even more amazingly—these minimally-invasive alternatives can treat all different body areas.
A gracefully aging face is a beautiful thing, but some changes occur with age that we would like to slow down. Age affects every nook and cranny of the body. Even if you have great genes and look much younger than you are, age-related changes in your facial appearance are unavoidable.
One of the most common symptoms of fatigue is the dark circles that pop up under our eyes. While dark circles are associated with general fatigue, they can also be caused by genetics, sun overexposure, and aging. The older we get, the more fatty tissue we lose in this area of our faces.
Many women in their 50s believe that it is impossible to revitalize their looks. At Beverly Hills Aesthetics, we are proud to put these thoughts to bed. From Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing to our Viora RF Treatment, there are many ways that patients in their 50s can maintain a youthful look.
Stretch marks are indented streaks and stripes that develop on the skin, typically appearing on the abdomen, hips, buttocks, and/or breasts. They usually appear when the skin quickly stretches or shrinks from abrupt weight changes. It occurs when the collagen and elastin in our skin rupture, creating the indented lines seen at the surface.