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Are you one of the many patients who want to eliminate fat and shape their figure without having to undergo surgery? 

Wrinkles are an effect of aging that everyone experiences. And whether you dread them or don’t mind, you may still consider your options for improving their appearance. 

Locking down the “perfect” skin care routine can be a lengthy process—especially with the climate changes we experience in Ohio! That said, with these frequent changes in weather, small adjustments should be made to your routine depending on the season.

You’ve likely seen articles and videos about getting Botox in your 20s floating around on social media for a while now. But the truth is, preventative Botox is still a fairly new concept! At this point, you’re aware that Botox at this age is possible—but what are the benefits?

The battle against acne can be long and challenging—especially if you’re left with scars after clearing up your blemishes. Luckily, there are cosmetic treatment options available to help address these conditions and achieve clear, beautiful skin!

Long, voluminous lashes are a feature that can enhance your overall appearance—which is why most women desire them! If you’ve been testing out all kinds of “lengthening” mascaras with no luck, we’re here to share what the best eyelash growth product is.

Most everyone is faced with a skin condition at some point of their lifetime. And no matter how frustrating that can be, several of these skin concerns are commonly dealt with and easy to treat. Is what you’re experiencing something to worry about, or a simple fix?

Spider veins are red, purple or blue twisted vessels that become visible under the skin—and they’re an extremely common cosmetic concern. While they typically aren’t painful, they can be unsightly and cause patients to feel insecure about their appearance. Luckily, there’s a way to get rid of spider veins and feel better about your skin!

Each year, there are more new cases of skin cancer than cases of breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers combined. And to put that into perspective, this means that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.

If you’ve been on the hunt for anti-aging treatments to address lines, wrinkles or volume loss, you’ve probably come across Botox® and a number of dermal fillers. Before trying to decide which treatment option is best on your own, the experts at Anders Dermatology can explain the difference between these injectables—and how they work.

Have you spent hours at a time laying out in the sun, or frequently visiting salons to take advantage of the tanning beds? No matter which tanning method you’ve opted for, all have potential risks—with some much more dangerous than sunburn.

Botox® and Dysport® are injectable neuromodulators designed to address cosmetic concerns. While they’re both well-known and trusted treatment options that have been around for quite some time, deciding which would work better for you may not be a simple task. Before choosing one over the other, learn their similarities and differences!

No matter the season, it can be a struggle to balance your skin—especially with Ohio weather and its drastic changes! Whether you’re looking to prepare for humidity and sun exposure, or recover skin damage from colder, dry months, we’ve got a rejuvenation treatment that’s the perfect fit year-round.

Brown spots, or age spots, can appear on the skin as a result of excessive sun exposure, aging or even genetics. You may not be able to prevent them from happening, but there are ways to reduce them.

While hair removal tactics such as waxing or threading can be effective, the results are not permanent, and they may not be helping your confidence. Luckily, our experts can help you remove unwanted stubble with laser hair removal.

Were you born with angiomas, or have developed them over the years?

Are you one of the many people who have noticed leg or facial spider veins appearing under their skin?

If you’re familiar with dermal fillers, you may have heard of a popular product line called Juvéderm. Learn what some of the best uses for Juvéderm are—and why it’s preferred over other injectables!

If you’re curious about why age spots form and how they can be eliminated, the specialists at Anders Dermatology are here to answer your questions.

With so many methods of rejuvenation on the market, it’s easy to do your research and find what could work best in addressing your skin concerns. And if there’s the option to do it yourself rather than see a professional, most people will do so because they feel it’s the fastest and easiest solution.

While there are some effective face masks, solutions and products you can use on your own, there are other methods and procedures for skin rejuvenation—such as microneedling—that are questionable.

Most people are familiar with Botox®, recognizing it as a treatment for lines and wrinkles. While they know what the injectable is used for, they may also associate it with its popularity in those of older age. But the truth is, this injectable treatment can be beneficial for men and women of all ages—even younger people in their 20s! Read on to learn how Botox can help, no matter your age.

A chemical peel is a cosmetic treatment that removes dead skin cells, promoting healthy cell growth and a clear, smooth complexion! In addition to a bright and glowing face, chemical peels can also treat some skin conditions.

But did you know that you can get the most out of your peel by combining it with other treatments? Whether you’ve had a chemical peel before, or have been considering one, read on to learn which procedures can optimize your results

Brown spots are common skin imperfections that can form on any area of the body. Also referred to as age spots, dark spots, sun spots or liver spots, this pigment can develop as a result of sun exposure, aging and genetics. No matter what has caused the appearance of this pigmentation on your skin, there are several brown spot treatments you can choose from. Learn about the options you have at Anders Dermatology—and how they work!

A chemical peel is a cosmetic service known to remove dead skin cells and toxins from the face, revealing healthier and smoother skin. But there’s a type of chemical peel that stands out from the rest, otherwise known as the Glytone peel! Learn about the different Glytone peels available and how they can address your skin’s conditions.

Shaving the face is no longer taboo for women. In fact, what used to be considered a part of only men's personal hygiene is now part of women's beauty routines! Don’t worry, shaving away peach fuzz with your favorite drugstore razor isn’t what we’re referring to—rather a cosmetic procedure called dermaplaning! 

You’ve won the battle against acne, but the scars are still putting up a fight. A chemical peel is the perfect weapon used to combat these scars. The tricky part is deciding which peel is the right one for the job. A wide variety of chemical peels exist to treat different skin needs. However, only one is known to help reduce acne scarring above the rest.

It is obvious what under eye fillers do—fill in the areas under your eyes that have become thinner and don’t look as plump as they once did. But how exactly do these fillers work? Sometimes, it can seem scary or unnatural to think about placing something foreign into your skin. However, products like Restylane are formulated to act like the body’s naturally produced fillers.

Microneedling, or microchanneling, is one of the many skin rejuvenation options on the market. Though a lot of these treatments can provide similar results, microneedling is a truly unique procedure. Learn what sets this form of skin rejuvenation apart from the others—and how it can benefit your skin!

Botox®. You’ve likely heard the term sometime in your life—and probably have associated it with a “frozen face” or some other misconception. Though most recognize the treatment by its name, they may not fully understand how it works or realize how common it is. Read on to learn more about this popular cosmetic injectable!

Most women have to use an eyelash curler or apply layers of mascara to get the thick, dark lashes they desire. While these are completely normal steps in a beauty routine, what if we told you there was a way to cut back? Learn how your lashes can become stronger, longer and fuller—without the extra beauty tools and products!

A double chin, or submental fullness, can form as a result of weight gain, aging and even genetics. No matter the cause, there are double chin treatments available to help you feel better about your appearance. Learn which methods are most effective!

Curious about a dermaplane but not sure what you’re getting into? Learn how this exfoliation treatment can give you a glowing complexion with no downtime!

Juvéderm® products are a collection of hyaluronic fillers designed to add volume to different areas of the face. What makes Juvéderm different from other fillers is its ability to provide natural-looking and long-lasting results. Read on to learn about how it can help reveal a younger-looking you!

Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes cells to build up and form scales or itchy, dry patches. While the most prominent part of the condition is not visible and occurs under the skin, the cells grow and rise so quickly that they pile up on the surface.

You’d think losing fat would be good news no matter what, but losing fat cells around the face can actually be a problem! As people age, they naturally lose fat that’s under the skin, bringing the facial muscles closer to the skin’s surface. This loss of subcutaneous fat causes lines and wrinkles to become more visible, simply from the everyday use of these facial muscles.

Can anything be done to fix this?

Many people have a double chin, or submental fullness. If you want to reduce this fat below your chin and improve your profile, a new treatment called Kybella could be your solution! Learn more about double chin elimination at Anders Dermatology.

Chemical peels can help stimulate the production of new skin cells to give your face a brighter, younger look. There are several types of peels, each tailored to different skin needs.

Though the trend of deep, bronze skin has been on the decline recently, there’s still a good amount of people who long for a dark, sun-kissed color. The popularity of tanning throughout the past decade has caused many to overlook the long-term effects, but it causes more harm than you’d think. The truth is, regardless of how you got your tan, some amount of damage has been done. There are better ways to add a healthy glow to your skin than by overexposing yourself to harmful UV rays, either outside or in a tanning bed.

Botox, the purified version of the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, has become a popular treatment for wrinkles. But did you know that it is also used for a variety of other conditions?

The all-new Anders Dermatology website has been launched, making it easier than ever to learn about our dermatological and aesthetic services.