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.
Individuals who suffer from intense headaches have a few treatment options. While there are surgeries and medications that patients can look into, Beverly Hills Aesthetics offers Botox for Migraines: a minimally-invasive and non-surgical treatment that can help alleviate or fully eliminate migraine symptoms. This is your guide for everything you need to know about Botox for headaches, how it works, and what patients can expect from the treatment.
Fat melting is a safe and minimally-invasive procedure that contours the body without surgery. Fat melting aims to kill the body's fat cells through heat devices. Being put under high temperatures (typically between 107 and 116 degrees Fahrenheit) causes the fat cells in the body to die, all without compromising the patient’s skin.
We’ve heard the phrase “30, flirty, and thriving,” but why isn’t there a phrase like this for people in their 60s? When you’re in your 60s, you may be concerned about the appearance and elasticity of your skin. Aging causes the skin to naturally sag, become dryer, and lose its brightness.
People suffering from TMJ Disorder live their lives with frequent jaw pain and muscle tension. According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, about 10 million Americans live with it. As a condition that can be both inherited and acquired over time, it can cause various problems to the mouth, ears, and face. Many patients are surprised to hear that Botox treatments can help relieve the everyday discomfort associated with TMJ Disorder.
While summertime is the season for fun, it is also the season for sun damage. The sun’s powerful rays can naturally cause the development of wrinkles and fine lines. It can also leave the skin feeling dehydrated and leathery when exposed for too long.