Acne is most common among teenagers. Just when our appearance becomes so important and we want to look our best, acne can begin. Some teens seem unfazed by acne. For most teenagers, however, this especially visible skin problem can be upsetting. Many studies show that having acne tends to lower self-esteem. Kids who have acne can also be bullied.
Cellulite causes dimpling of the skin and a lumpy appearance to the flesh. Cellulite can cause an “orange peel” appearance to the skin. It is most commonly located in the hips, buttocks, and abdomen. Sometimes it occurs in the breasts, upper arms, or belly. With mild cellulite, the dimpling is not apparent unless pinching the skin. Cellulite is much more common in women than in men because of differences in the way fat cells, muscle, and connective tissue are distributed in men’s and women’s skin. Fat deposits that push and distort the connective tissues beneath skin cause the appearance of lumpiness, leading to the characteristic “cottage cheese” changes in the appearance of the skin. Cellulite occurs due to shrinkage or shortening of the fibrous tissue cords that anchor the skin.
Adiposed derived stem cell proteins are capable of stimulating this dormant stem cell and promote new hair growth. The treatment takes 30 to 40 minutes, requires no analgesia and allows the patient to continue with his/her regular activities. Click ‘read more’ to learn about the factors that lead to hair loss, as well as how our treatment is administered.
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