3 Reasons to Consider Cosmetic Dermatology
A consumer survey conducted by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery found that 70% of those responding have considered cosmetic surgery. In 2016, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reported that Americans spent over $15 billion on aesthetic procedures, which was an increase of 11% over the previous year.
If you haven’t thought about cosmetic dermatology before, here are three reasons that ClearlyDerm suggests for considering it now.
1. Spider Veins and Varicose Veins.
Nearly 40% of all Americans suffer from vein disease of some kind. Varicose veins are caused by vein valves that have become damaged or weakened. They can appear enlarged, raised, or swollen, and can often be found on the calves, the thighs, or along the inside of the legs. Spider veins are usually the result of a backup of blood in the veins, sun exposure, injuries, or hormonal changes. They’re smaller than varicose veins and resemble spider webs or tree branches. Spider veins generally appear on the face or legs.
ClearlyDerm offers a variety of treatments for spider and varicose veins. These include; sclerotherapy, which improves the appearance of the veins, micro-phlebectomy to delicately remove the vein, laser therapy, and endovenous ablation, which uses heat energy to shrink and close the vein.
If you’re bothered by the appearance of wrinkles, ClearlyDerm offers a variety of treatments such as injectables such as Botox, fillers like Juvederm and Sculptra for deep wrinkles, chemical peels to reduce the appearance of fine lines, microdermabrasion to exfoliate your skin, and micro-needling, which is the cutting-edge treatment for improving the texture and appearance of your skin.
Studies show that 96% of individuals with acne report feeling depressed because of it. If topical medication and over-the-counter cleansing products aren’t producing the results you were hoping for, ClearlyDerm offers a groundbreaking treatment for acne.
Isolaz is the only aesthetic technology in the world that combines broadband light and vacuum suction to deliver measurably better results. In studies, 64% of individuals who didn’t respond to laser treatments, oral medications or topical medications showed better than 75% clearer skin after Isolaz treatment.
Why wait? If vein disease, wrinkles, acne, or other skin condition is causing you to feel self-conscious about your appearance or causing you discomfort, consider discussing cosmetic dermatology treatments with a dermatology professional.