Age Spots (or Liver Spots) and Sun Spots are flat and oval blemishes that vary in size and are usually brown, grey or black. The primary cause of age and sun spots is prolonged sun exposure and therefore age spots on the face and on other exposed areas, such as the hands, shoulders and arms, are very common.


Birthmarks are very common blemishes that appear on the skin at birth or shortly thereafter. Birthmarks can be found anywhere on the body and vary considerably in texture, shape, size and color. The majority of birthmarks are harmless, except for the aesthetic aspect.

Rosacea on Skin


毛细血管是遍布全身的连接动脉和静脉的小血管。 当这些毛细血管破裂时,它们会在皮肤表面下方产生小而变色的瑕疵。 面部发生的破损毛细血管,特别是脸颊和鼻子,通常最为明显。



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With age, facial skin loses its strength and elasticity and fine lines and wrinkles form, due to a decline in collagen and elastin proteins, which are found in the dermis layer of the skin. Most people first notice fine lines under their eyes and around their mouth, which later progress to more pronounced wrinkles.


The Lumenis® M22™ ResurFX™ nonablative laser treats skin damage and tightens skin. Unlike ablative lasers, which remove the top layer of skin and part of the sublayer, nonablative lasers keep the outer layer of skin intact, which promotes faster healing.


Rosacea is a common, chronic skin condition that primarily affects the facial area and is characterized by skin flushing and redness which can be transient or persistent. Millions suffer from Rosacea, which affects all segments of the population, regardless of skin type or color.


A scar is an area of fibrous tissue that replaces normal skin after an injury or surgery as a result of abnormal wound healing. Because the collagen fibers in a scar are arranged differently than in normal tissue, the affected area has a different texture.

skin stretch marks


Stretch marks, or striae, are flat or depressed scars on the skin with partial involution over time, but without complete disappearance. Almost every woman who went through pregnancy will suffer from stretch marks.


Human hair grows nearly everywhere on the body except few areas like feet soles. The hair can be fine and almost invisible, or very coarse and dark. Depending on personal preference and social norms, women and men around the world opt to remove hair from certain body areas as a part of their beauty routine.