Enhance Skin and Brow PLLC
As a nurse and skin specialist, we are trained to be educators to empower our patients to make more informed decisions. Each month, I will post “Eve’s Pearls” to provide clinically proven treatment information for a myriad of skin related issues so you can invest wisely in skin solutions that deliver real noticeable results. If anything I write doesn’t make sense to you or you have a question, e-mail me at email@example.com.
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In our collective effort to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and to help “flatten the curve” of daily new cases that puts pressure on our healthcare system, most of us find ourselves stuck in our homes. Some of you have written me that you’re going stir crazy or may even be bored. Others are overwhelmed
The COVID 19 virus is testing us in every aspect of our lives in unprecedented ways. Life as we’ve known it has been undermined by this insidious microbe that has turned our world upside down. We’re going to get through this if we can come together (not in a physical sense) but in a collective
Stop Seeing Red! Rosacea is redness in the cheeks, chin, nose and forehead and can accompany skin sensitivity, swelling, burning, dilated small capillaries and veins. Over 45 million men and woman throughout the world are afflicted with this inflammatory skin disorder which is often misdiagnosed as eczema. Women often try to conceal their redness with
In my teens and early 20’s, my girlfriends and I spent holidays trying to get the best “tan” possible with excursions to sun destinations. We doused our faces and bodies with baby oil and put tin foil over a large piece of cardboard to optimize the sun’s maximum reflection that led to a good charred
This procedure has an excellent safety record. It does require planning for an estimated 7-10 days of downtime post-procedure. Patients leave plasma treatments with tiny dot-like scabs in a targeted area on either side of individual wrinkles. I apply topical numbing to my patients to minimize discomfort during the treatment and there are minor effects
Last Friday, I received a call from a prospective client with a voice message that he needed “emergency brows.” Having a clinical background, I was curious what could be labeled an emergency. Did he singe his brows? Experience a facial trauma eliminating both brows? Got over-tweezed by an aggressive friend? Suffer from alopecia? Having heard