8 Skin Care Rules That Skin Care Experts Live By

Skin care advice is actually simple and common sense in many ways.  However, many people become confused with promises of miracle creams on infomercials and often contradictory advice in the media.

In my experience, there are certain truths about your skin that are basically universal and transcend differences in age, skin type, and (with some exceptions) gender.  A recent medical article I read surveyed several aestheticians, or skin care experts (like me), about their rules for skin care that they use themselves in their daily routine.

I thought the rules were not only simple to implement, but also good for you and your skin.  It also helps that there are just eight of them, and they are very easy to remember:

1.)  Eat a predominantly plant based diet.  Medical experts and dietitians have known for years that diets that are heavy in meats and diary products are associated with more outbreaks of acne, rosacea, and problems with skin tone and pigmentation.  By limiting red meat and dairy especially, your skin will oxygenate better, have improved circulation, and experience better lymphatic drainage.

These benefits result in skin that looks more hydrated and less puffy.  Changing your diet can be difficult at first, but you can start gradually to change your habits that may be making your skin worse.

2.)  Take off your makeup every night.  Sleeping with your makeup still on your face is the ultimate insult to your skin.  Overnight, the makeup will plug up pores, making you more prone to breakouts and larger-appearing pores.

Just say no to makeup overnight.  Washing your face every night before you go to bed will eliminate this problem for you.

3.)  Don’t work out in makeup.  This is a similar principle in that when you are exercising, your pores should be open and perspiring, not plugged with makeup.  Also, sweat combined with makeup and oil can be a breeding ground for skin bacteria, which, as you can imagine, leads to more skin problems.

Again, if you have makeup on your face before you work out, wash it off immediately.  If you are working out early in the morning and you have washed your face the night before, then you have nothing to worry about.

4.)  Sleep 7-8 hours per night.  Here is a step to which men should also pay attention, unlike perhaps steps 2 and 3.  All sorts of health recommendations list sleep as a major component for good health in general.  The same applies to your skin.

Because sleep is when your body repairs itself, your skin will appear better when you are well-rested, especially around the eyes where the skin is thinnest.  They don’t call it “beauty rest” for nothing!

5.)  Don’t skip the toner.  Most aestheticians report that they notice a big difference between the skin of clients who use toners and those that do not.  Toner products, such as our own Dual Action Toner, reduce congestion within the skin layers, help to reduce pore size, and tighten the skin surface.

6.)  Use antioxidant serums.  Anything that damages your skin does so by causing the production of free radicals, which in turn damage the membranes and energy sources of the individual cells.  Antioxidants bind up these free radicals before they can continue their rampage throughout your skin cells.

Many of the products that we carry here at Maine Laser Skin Care contain antioxidants for just these reasons.  They include Vita Soothe, Multi-Complex Night Cream, Enriched Moisture Cream, and Vita-C 20- Brightening Crème.

7.)  Exfoliate regularly.  Inevitably, older skin cells build up on the surface of your skin.  Gently removing these older skin cells helps to encourage newer and healthier skin cells to come to the surface.

When the older, more lifeless skin cells are gone and newer skin cells emerge, the results can be seen through brighter skin tone and smoother texture.  You can see the difference between exfoliated skin and non-exfoliated skin without using a microscope.

Everybody is different in terms of how much exfoliation their skin can tolerate.  Because of my tendency to develop very dry skin, especially in the winter, I use Maine Laser Skin Care’s own O2 Lift Mask once a week to prevent older skin cells from keeping my skin any drier.

8.)  Protect your skin from the sun all the time.  While I have listed this rule last, it is certainly not least.  In fact, it is a recommendation of every single skin professional.

Regular use of sunscreen helps prevent skin cancer, age spots, and premature wrinkling.  Use it every day even in the winter.

Hopefully, these relatively simple and easy-to-implement rules can help you establish great skin care habits.  While men can disregard the guidelines about makeup, they will be thankful if they adhere to the other six rules over time.

Also, while it may seem like a hassle to purchase products like exfoliators and toners, they are actually not that expensive, especially around this time of year.  Don’t forget that ALL of Maine Laser Skin Care’s products are 20% off and shipping is FREE through December 31st, 2017.

Our 10% gift certificate sale is also continuing through the end of 2017.  These gift cards alone are the perfect gift suggestion for those who don’t know what to buy for you.

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December Product of the Month

December’s Product of the Month is not only one of our best sellers, but we are also offering it for 20% off its normal price, just like all our other products, for the remainder of December 2017.  And Maine Laser Skin Care’s Product of the Month is . . . Multi-Complex Night Cream!

As the name of the product implies, this cream improves the skin in multiple ways.  Benefits of this skincare product include:

  • rejuvenating the skin through anti-oxidants
  • promoting smoother skin texture
  • nourishing the skin while you sleep
  • improving skin elasticity
  • overall giving the skin a more vital and youthful appearance.

The benefits accrue from the power of the ingredients within Multi-Complex Night Cream.  A description of its 4 key ingredients ingredients will help to explain why this is such an effective and thus popular treatment:

  1. Retinoid–  A very well-tolerated derivative of vitamin A.  It helps to renew skin plumpness, elasticity, and hydration without the irritating effects of prescription-strength retinols.
  2. Lipochroman–  A double-action antioxidant that protects the skin from multiple sources of free radicals, and provides visible clinical improvement of the skin.
  3. Lipoid Acid–  This antioxidant is able to penetrate skin cells, while at the same time protecting the cell membrane and the energy centers of the cell.  These processes help to improve overall complexion.
  4. CoQ10–  Another antioxidant that boosts cell renewal and encourages the repair of damaged skin.  Applying it to your skin results in healthier, more vital, and younger-appearing skin.

Using Multi-Complex Night Cream nightly after cleansing your skin will nourish your skin while you sleep and prepare your skin to face the day ahead.  My wife considers this product a vital component of her skin care regimen, and running out of it merits an emergency phone call to my office!

I hope this post gives you and idea as to why this product has become so popular.  As previously noted, the 20%-off sale and free shipping applies to Multi-Complex Night Cream as well, so stock up while you can so you don’t have to make an emergency phone call to Maine Laser Skin Care if you run out!

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Latisse for Eyelashes- One Size Fits All

Many of our patients and clients here at Maine Laser Skin Care have used Latisse.  Consequently, they have all experienced what Latisse has promised to give them: longer, thicker, and basically more luxurious eyelashes.

Most importantly, many of these same people have also abandoned the repeated trips for eyelash extensions.  By using Latisse, they have truly regained control of their natural eyelashes.

For the holidays, we have an ongoing special for Latisse.  Every 5 ml kit of Latisse is now $20 off the usual price for everyone.

If you are a regular Latisse consumer, there is no better time to stock up.  If you are still using eyelash extensions and would like to take back control of your eyelashes, or you are just curious about what thicker, natural eyelashes would look like on you, this is the perfect opportunity to try Latisse.

Because Latisse is a prescriptive treatment, you will unfortunately not be able to order Latisse from us online.  However, you can order your kit by calling us at (207) 873-2158, or by coming to our Augusta office in person.

If you are a first-time Latisse user, you will need to stop by our office to read and sign a consent form.  If you have used Latisse before, you only need to call.

This special will continue through Friday, December 22nd, 2017, or while supplies last (whichever comes first).  Rest assured, however, the few remaining Latisse kits will not last long at this price.

Call us soon at (207) 873-2158 to grab your Latisse kit for the holidays.  Start out 2018 with great eyelashes!

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When A Vampire Chooses One Side of the Face

As all my readers know from reading this blog, I have been using the techniques of both the Vampire Facial and Vampire Facelift to improve many people’s facial appearances.  For the past several years, I have seen remarkable and long-lasting results.

Even more importantly, most of the patients who I have treated have reported improvements in their skin texture and tone.   They have also noted drastic reduction in the appearance and number of their fine lines and wrinkles.

A recent medical study confirmed our relatively subjective opinions through a number of scientific measurements.  During this particular study, 20 women ranging in age from 40-49 had platelet rich plasma injected into the right side of their faces.

The researchers also injected saline on the left side of the participants’ faces.  Saline is merely salt water, so it was meant to have no real effect on the patients’ facial skin.

The researchers took external measurements of collagen and biopsy samples on both sides of the face right before making the PRP injections.  28 days after the injections, they made the same measurements again.

When the study concluded, the right side of each patient’s face (where the PRP was injected) showed a higher measured density of new collagen fibers than the left side.  In fact, the PRP sides contained twice as many fibers as the saline side.

In addition, the collagen levels were 89% improved on the PRP side compared with before treatment.  No serious side effects were detected during the study.

The study physicians concluded that PRP increases dermal collagen levels not only by growth factors, but it also improves the density of collagen fibers in the areas injected.  Therefore, PRP injections should be considered an effective and safe procedure for facial skin rejuvenations.

If you would like to read more on the science behind Vampire or platelet rich plasma procedures, please call us at (207) 873-2158.  You can order a FREE copy of the book “The Vampire Facelift” by Dr Charles Runels, or you can schedule a free and confidential consultation with us.

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November Product of the Month

As I promised last month, I will highlight one of our more popular skin care products this month and dive into more detail on its description and benefits for you and your skin.  Our November Product Of The Month is our newest addition to our skin care products line-up:  SkinCeuticals Antioxidant Lip Repair!

Antioxidant Lip Repair is an emollient treatment that helps prevent damage to the sensitive tissues of your lips from environmental forces such as excessive sun, wind, and dryness in the air.  At the same time, this treatment also plumps and smoothes the surface of lips.

This potent therapy helps to attain and retain water to the lips.  When lips are well-hydrated without you having to lick them or apply lip balm to them, it causes the tissues within the lips to rejuvenate, reshape, and replenish the lips’ appearance.

The major ingredients of Antioxidant Lip Repair all act to reinforce each other to achieve the goal of better looking lips.  Vitamin E and silymarin which is a natural flavonoid made from milk thistle, are antioxidants that neutralize free radicals in the skin, resulting in the healing and soothing of dry & irritated lips.

Hyaluronic acid is another major component in this lip repair product.  It is the major factor in helping to attract fluids to the lips, as this ingredient is capable of retaining 1000 times its weight in water.

If you want to relieve lip dryness and tightness that is more especially common during the low humidity environment of the fall and winter, Antioxidant Lip Repair may be the product for you.  It can be applied once or twice a day after cleaning the lips, and then gently massaged into the tissue.

As you use this product regularly, you will see its positive effects on your lips more and more over time.  One frequent user of the product raved, “I’ve used this product for years and I swear by it. In the winter, my lips were always so dry, but since using this product daily in the winter months, I have had no problems.”

If you want to preserve your lips or restore them to their previous state of fullness and moisture, try SkinCeuticals Antioxidant Lip Repair.  At $38 for a 10 ml container that can easily fit in your purse or pocket, this is a bargain.

The appearance and texture of your lips are worth it.  Aren’t they?

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The History of Botox

I am always looking for new information about aesthetic treatments and developments in this cutting edge field of medicine.  However, I recently came across a very interesting article that was more historical in nature about Botox, one of our most popular treatments.

A recent article in Bloomberg Businessweek details the origin story of Botox, along with the precise and guarded nature of its manufacturing and distribution.  Botox is actually the brainchild of two different scientists who developed this modern day medication from two different perspectives in the 1960s and 1970s.

Ed Schantz was a chemist who initially worked for the U.S. government.  He later began lecturing and researching at the University of Wisconsin, where he perfected the process of purifying a botulinum toxin for research purposes.

Doctor Alan Scott was an ophthalmologist who was looking for a new treatment for strabismus, the condition where poor eye muscle control leads to unintentionally crossed eyes.  A mutual friend connected the two scientists, but it was Dr. Scott who transformed the raw toxin into a pharmaceutical drug.

Dr. Scott eventually formed a company called Oculinum, which also happens to be the original name for the drug which would become world famous by a different name.  He continued to administer Oculinum exclusively for the treatment of strabismus and blepharospasm, or twitchy eyelids.

The Food and Drug Administration approved this drug in 1989 for these specific purposes.  Eventually, the pharmaceutical company Allergan bought this medication and company from Dr. Scott in 1991, and renamed it (you guessed it) Botox in 1992.

How did Botox go from solely being a treatment for lazy eye and twitchy eyelids to the wrinkle reducer and migraine reliever we know it as today?  Like many other discoveries in medicine, the full usefulness of Botox was discovered by accident.

A married couple, both of whom happened to be doctors, virtually fell into the amazing properties of Botox.  Dr. Jean Carruthers, an eye doctor in Vancouver, administered Botox regularly to treat patients for eyelid spasms.

Eventually, one of Dr. Carruthers’ patients kept wanting to get Botox injections even after her eyelid spasms were better.  This particular patient noted that she wanted the “beautiful untroubled expression” she noticed had developed after the treatment.

Around the same time, Dr. Jean Carruthers’ husband, Dr. Alastair Carruthers, was actively looking for a treatment for facial wrinkles and lines.  The two doctors teamed up to try Botox for forehead wrinkles and first used this injection on their own receptionist.

Within the first few days of getting Botox injected into her forehead, their receptionist developed a smooth forehead and appeared “refreshed, open and younger,” according to the doctors’ original research notes.  Dr. Jean tried it on herself, and now says that she has not frowned since.

After further clinical trials, the FDA approved Botox in 2002 for facial lines between the eyes, and the rest is history.  Subsequent FDA approvals for forehead lines and crow’s feet areas sped up the acceptance of this medication treatment.

At first, the rich and famous used Botox almost exclusively.  Now it is an everyday affordable treatment, and is more widely accepted across the country and the world.

In addition to the aesthetic uses, Botox is approved for treatment of migraine headaches and excessive sweating.  Other medical specialties are using Botox in the esophagus, bladder, vocal cords, and various skeletal muscle groups to treat any form of muscular spasms that can occur and be painful and debilitating.  All these advancements have occurred with an amazing track record of safety.

I myself has been injecting Botox since 2004, and have treated literally thousands of patients with excellent results.  As one of the top providers of Botox in Maine, I have full confidence that I can provide you with the “refreshed, open and younger” look you desire.

If you have any questions about Botox or any of our other treatments, please do not hesitate to give us a call at (207) 873-2158.  We can also schedule your next Botox treatment, or provide you with a free consultation to determine if a Botox treatment is right for you.

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Do I Really Need to Wash My Face in the Morning Too?

Like many of my blog posts, this title question came from one of my regular readers and patients.  She contends that because she religiously washes her face at night before bed, she does not need to wash her face in the morning as well.

On the face of it (no pun intended), that statement seems logical.  However, most skin professionals do recommend washing your face in the morning in addition to the evening.  Why?

A regular habit of washing the face in the morning is not because you have accumulated dirt and grime on your face during the night.  However, your skin does accumulate sweat and bacteria during the night.

Your pillow case also compresses the sweat and bacteria into your skin, which can result in acne breakouts overnight.  While this is not news you may want to hear, it is true, and your face will be all the better for having that bacteria washed out in the morning.

So, while you are washing your face twice a day, it is important to use a gentle cleanser.  A few examples of such cleansers that we carry here at Maine Laser Skin Care and on our website are the Chamomile Facial Cleanser and the Lavender Creamy Cleanser Facial Wash.

Another important point of the cleansing process is to pat your face dry with a clean washcloth, and do not rub.  You want to remove the external dirt, sweat and bacteria without stripping your skin of its natural protective barrier.

Cleansing your skin in the morning also reminds you to follow your daily skin care regimen of applying various products that protect and rejuvenate your skin.  As always, I recommend that you finish off any skin care program with a sunscreen of at least SPF 30 to help maintain healthy and beautiful skin for the future.  Again, we offer our multiple sunscreens at our office and online.

As long as your skin can handle a twice-a-day washing program without becoming too dry or irritated, cleansing your face both in the morning and at night is a fundamental key for skin care in all skin types.  Remember that cleaning your face prepares your skin for whatever skin care products you use at night before bed and in the morning for the day ahead.

By maintaining this habit, your skin will look healthy and clean.  Your pores will also be less likely to clog and appear larger and irregular.

While you might not wash all your troubles away, you can certainly reduce the troubles your skin will give you long-term.  If you have any general questions similar to the title of this blog post, or more specific ones about your individual skin, please feel free to call us at (207) 873-2158 to ask, or you can schedule your next free and confidential consultation.

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When Freckles Turn Into Age Spots

As you get older, you may notice brown spots on your skin, which many people used to refer to as freckles, are appearing more frequently, larger, and in more areas.  Any spot that changes even slightly in color or size should be checked by your primary care doctor or other trained professional.

The vast majority of the time, you will be told that they are nothing to worry about and that they are only “age spots”.  Age spots, as they are commonly called, happen when the skin is exposed to ultraviolet light over a period of time.  They can be tan, brown, or even black, and can vary in size.

They are most commonly found on heavily sun-exposed areas such as the face, neck, back of hands, arms, and shoulders.  People who are 50 years old or older tend to have most of these spots, although we are seeing more younger people with similar spots because they are tanning bed users.

How do age spots actually develop?  Your skin contains a substance called melanin that gives your skin its tone and color.

When melanin increases, the skin darkens upon exposure to UV light, giving you a tan.  Age spots appear and persist when melanin essentially clumps up within groups of cells, and then literally stains those cells with a darker color.

The next more common question is this: What can I do to get rid of these spots that make me look older?  Since the pigment that causes age spots is located within cells at the base of the epidermis (which is the top-most skin layer),  any effective treatment used must be able to penetrate throughout this layer to  target the pigment that is causing the problem.

I have outlined several of the options available to alleviate the heavily pigmented spots.  Each treatment, regardless of its effectiveness, has its pros and cons:

1.)  Over-The-Counter Fade Creams.  These creams work best for only the lightest spots, but they need to be used consistently over the course of months to see results.

2.)  Prescription Lightening Creams.  Most of these creams contain stronger lightening agents such as hydroquinone in combination with retinoids and a mild steroid.  These creams may also gradually fade spots over a longer period of time.  Because these creams are stronger, they may cause irritation at the site of treatment.

3.)  Chemical Peels.  An aesthetician like Maine Laser Skin Care’s own Denise Gidney can apply varying strengths of several different types of acids to the skin.  This treatment will essentially remove the top layer of pigmented cells to lighten the spots.

4.)  Freezing or Cryotherapy.  This method involves applying liquid nitrogen to destroy the pigmented cells.  Some pain is involved.  Once the area heals, the area may become hypopigmented, or significantly lighter than the surrounding skin.  This process may also result in uneven tanning in the future.

5.)  Lasers.  Laser treatment specifically targets the melanin within the affected cells without damaging or scarring other non-pigmented cells.  Over a series of treatments, the pigmented age spots will become lighter and lighter as more pigmented cells are exfoliated.  Pain involved is minimal, and the skin after the treatment resumes its previous normal tone.

Regardless of which method you choose, the best approach is to have a trained health professional who is specifically trained in viewing skin review your spots and pigmented areas.  Once it is determined that the spots are benign age spots from chronic UV sun exposure, a discussion of treatment can proceed.

Obviously, since I perform laser therapies daily,  I prefer that approach.  However, I can give an analysis of pros and cons of each method for your individual situation.

If you have age spots that are bothering you because of their appearance, please give us a call at (207) 873-2158.  You can schedule a free and confidential consultation that will include photo analysis so we can develop an individual plan for you.

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Face Life Face First

Many times, the first impression people get of us is when they see our faces.  Because of this fact, all of us would love to be confident about our skin, especially on the face.  One major step in that direction can be getting a facial that is delivered by a great aesthetician.

At Maine Laser Skin Care, I never hesitate to say that we have a great aesthetician in Denise Gidney.  She is not only highly experienced, but she also loves her work, and it shows.

Additionally, Denise is aided by some great technology in the form of the Hydrafacial.  The Hydrafacial uses a patented technology to clean your skin deeply into the pores while also using ingredients to nourish and rejuvenate the skin.

In the process of this treatment, your skin is cleansed and dead skin cells are removed by a gentle exfoliation, which reveals a new layer of resurfaced skin.  Next, debris is removed from the pores with a painless vortex suction that also nourishes and moisturizes the skin at the deepest level.

Finally, the skin’s surface is saturated with antioxidants and peptides.  This last step fuses in the effects of the treatment and protects the skin.

When people has specific skin concerns, the treatment can be tailored by using additional booster serums:

  • The Dermabuilder Boost will minimize the early signs of aging by recharging the skin using peptide combinations.
  • The Growth Factor Boost minimizes the appearance of fine lines and crêpiness of the skin to restore earlier levels of skin health.
  • The Britenol Boost helps to minimize the appearance of dark superficial spots to achieve a more even complexion.

Many of our clients use this Hydrafacial treatment on a regular basis to maintain and restore their skin health.  One of Hydrafacial’s many nice factors is that it can be customized to address the needs of all skin types.

If you have enlarged pores, congested or oily skin, Hydrafacial can help.  If you have dry skin which has lost some of its vibrancy, this treatment can also help.

If you would like to experience this gratifying treatment yourself, please call us at (207) 873-2158 to book a treatment with Denise.  As you leave after the treatment, you will have a glow that you and your skin will love.

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The Acne Control System Is Here!

Although we here at Maine Laser Skin Care have always carried products to treat a variety of skin ailments, I often times try to compile a certain combination of individual skin care products into one easy-to-use kit or system.  These kits not only saves people time and money, but they are also intended to remedy one particular skin care issue.

I purposely created our newest skin care kit to help the vast majority of people with the pesky, embarrassing, and emotionally & physically scarring problem known as acne.  After months of research and development, I am proud to introduce Maine Laser Skin Care’s own Acne Control System!

So what is so special about this system?  A dermatologist who I know personally developed this product combination, which was formulated based on the best clinical evidence available in the field of acne management.

Additionally, each of these products are medical grade.  In other words, they are stronger in content than what can be bought over the counter in a pharmacy or drug store, and can only be sold in doctor’s offices (like ours) and medical spa settings.

If a person with severe cases of acne uses this system on a regular basis, they will see that:

  • their enlarged pores will be minimized
  • their whiteheads and blackheads will resolve significantly
  • facial redness will be lessened
  • their acne scars will be lightened

Overall, after six to eight weeks of use, a user’s skin appearance will be improved.  Their skin texture will be smoother, and their skin tone will gradually even out.

The beauty of using a system like this is that the process of your daily skin care routine is easy to follow and to use.  Each product within the system has a specific function in the battle against acne breakouts, as I will outline below:

1.)  Salicylic Face And Body Wash–  This product is a cleanser that combines 2% salicylic acid with a low pH and 1% extra virgin coconut oil.  This balanced mixture unclogs pores by enhancing removal of dead skin cells and any dirt or makeup that may plug up your pores.  The coconut oil portion balances moisture levels so your skin will appear more smooth and less irritated.

2.)  Glycolic Gel–  This gel specifically exfoliates deeper into the pores by using 10% glycolic acid.  This product also includes peptides and marine extracts that provide moisture to the skin, while helping to improve elasticity and lessen redness of fresh acne scars.

3.)  Green Tea Antioxidant Serum–  The 5% green tea extract in this product results in a serum which decreases the inflammation caused by the acne breakout process.  This process by itself helps to correct the hyperpigmentation, or darkness, caused by acne scarring, and decreases the redness of more recent acne activity.  This serum also has hyaluronic acid and vitamin E, which again help to hydrate the skin and improve skin texture around acne breakouts.

4.) Acne Spot Treatment–  This is an on-the-go treatment that you can carry in your pocket or purse.  The solution consists of a mixture of 2% salicylic acid, witch hazel, and camphor, which acutely reduces swelling and redness of newly developed breakouts.  A dab of this product on an inflammed area can quickly relieve swelling and inflammation within the skin, making it less likely that you will be tempted to pop or pick at a pimple.  As a result, there is less risk of scarring.  People who regularly use this product alone frequently tell us that a dab of Acne Spot Treatment on early breakouts at bedtime results in improved appearance of those areas overnight.

The Acne Control System is an excellent product combination to cleanse the skin, exfoliate the dead skin cells, and treat the inflammation.  These are all important aspects of the complex clinical process that is acne.

The system is strong enough to treat stubborn acne that has not improved with over-the-counter products, and yet gentle enough to decrease the common complaint of excessive dryness and redness.  Another nice feature of this kit is that if you run out of one item, you can buy the replacement of that individual item without having to buy the whole kit each time.

This Acne Control System is now available to purchase on our online shopping cart (which you can also access by clicking the picture above), and can also be ordered by phone or picked up at our Augusta office.  Give us call at (207) 873-2158 if you have any questions about whether this system is right for you, or we can discuss this and other treatment options for you at a free consultation.

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