Dramatically boost skin health with DermaSweep treatments.

Healthy skin is just as important as a healthy lifestyle.  Healthy skin is clear, velvety smooth, luminous, radiant, and glowing with no visible signs of discoloration or fine lines and wrinkles. Dramatically boost skin health with DermaSweep.  Combing our treatment enhancing bristle tip exfoliation, benefits of circulation, and skin specific targeted infusions, DermaSweep’s proven treatment options change your skin’s health by improving the appearance of pigmentation, aging skin, fine lines, laxity, and blemishes.

With age comes wisdom, and the visible signs of skin aging.  As we age, fine lines, laxity, pigment and age spots begin to appear.  We all want the same thing when it comes to our skin:, a flawless, radiant complexion that radiates skin health and youthfulness. More >

Hyperpigmentation is an extremely common skin condition where the skin over produces melanin in response to inflammation or other factors, like hormones and sun exposure resulting in uneven skin tone and brown blotchy areas or dark spots. More >

Fine lines and wrinkles have always been a major aging concern for men and women alike. As we age, we lose some of our natural elasticity.  A combination of reduced natural oil production, sun exposure, and fat loss in the deep layers of the skin, which all can cause fine lines, creases, and wrinkles to appear. More >

Our skin is made up of elastin fibers, similar to a rubber band, and collagen fibers, think helium balloon, which help to keep the skin firm and taut.  With time, the breakdown of these skin-binding fibers cause sagginess, looseness, and crepiness. More >

Even skin tone and a smooth texture are two important qualities of skin health.   Skin tone is determined by the amount of melanin or pigment we have.  Skin blotches, pigmentation, dark patches, and age spots are all conditions where pigment is unevenly distributed, giving our skin dull, splotchy, uneven tone.  Good skin tone is bright and luminous. More >

They say the eyes are the windows to the soul.  They are also the windows to the signs of aging.  When we speak about being concerned by the first signs of aging, the eye area is usually one of the first areas we see. More >

Taking care of your skin shouldn’t stop at your face.  The neck and chest can show early warning signs of aging.  The skin there is much thinner, which means it will probably be one of the first places we will notice things like brown spots and crepiness. For the majority, it’s because we haven’t protected our neck and décolleté from the sun on a daily basis. More >

Are your hands beginning to look like your mothers? Pigmentation, brown spots or age spots, is the most common sign of aging hands. Pigment and crepiness show up sooner on areas that haven’t been shielded from the sun or routinely protected with sunscreen. The skin on the hands – and arms – is thinner, fragile and more susceptible to visible signs of aging because of exposure to the elements of everyday life. More >

For many of us, acneic skin is a fact of life that can persist well into our 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s.  Issues with acneic skin affect more than just our skin, it impacts all aspects of our lives, our self-esteem, and our self-confidence. More >

Oily skin is hard to control as a result of genetically determined hormonal changes in our body, which are difficult to manage.  Hormones stimulate healthy oil production and while oil production has a benefit to our skin, it can cause problems when too much oil is produced. More >

Ever experience slight red patches or areas of dryness?  Maybe even itchy skin, a tingle, tightness or a stinging sensation?  You’re not alone.  These are all signs of sensitive skin, which up to 16 million Americans experience.  Typically, sensitive skin can be tight, dry, flaky, irritated, and can flush easily.  Extremely dry skin that goes uncared for can become sensitive skin, so be sure to keep skin hydrated. More >

Some of us have naturally dry, flaky, thinner skin; others have skin that is dehydrated, itchy, and fragile.  Dry and dehydrated skin can easily develop a sallow tone, fine lines and wrinkles, as it is more prone to aging and irritation.  When our skin’s natural moisture barrier is hydrated and healthy, it protects us from potential harmful elements, like indoor heating, cold weather and too much sun. More >

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