Fox Chapel Hair Removal

241 Freeport Rd

Aspinwall, PA, 15215

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[10/01/15]   A “papule” is a solid, elevated lesion with no visible fluid and can be up to a half of a centimeter in diameter. In many cases, the elevation is accounted for by metabolic deposits, infiltrates, or hyperplasia of cellular elements.
[09/29/15]   Immunodermatology specializes in treating immune-mediated skin disorders such as bullous pemphigoid, lupus, and pemphigus vulgaris. Dermatologists in this specialty field perform their work in immunopathology labs.
[09/24/15]   Although laser hair removal can sometimes feel uncomfortable, the skin is numbed before a procedure. It's encouraging to realize that the process yields permanent results. Once the sessions are over, the hair will be largely gone forever.
[09/22/15]   Collagen treatments are nowhere near as invasive as other procedures to firm the appearance of skin. You'll get the youthful results without worrying about scarring or caring for healing surgical wounds.
[09/17/15]   Did you know that skin care products are not subject to approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)? Thus, their claims may be exaggerated. For best results, it’s best to check with your dermatologist concerning any products you are considering.
[09/15/15]   One of the biggest myths about hair growth? Removing hair by shaving, tweezing or waxing will cause thicker and healthier hair to grow back, but the hair just seems that way because when it first grows back it falsely appears to be thicker and darker.
[09/10/15]   Alopecia, or hair loss, is a relatively common skin condition that usually affects people without other health issues. It results from a person's immune system attacking his or her hair follicles. The follicles are what contain the roots of the hair, resulting hair loss.
[09/08/15]   If you see acne forming on your skin, refrain from popping or squeezing the acne. Otherwise, you could scar your skin. Instead, gently wash the acne with mild soap twice a day. You can try over-the-counter ointments, but you may want to see a dermatologist if the acne does not improve.
[09/03/15]   There are a few ways to prepare for laser hair removal. One thing you should avoid six weeks beforehand is sun exposure. This makes laser hair removal less effective, and can also cause complications after treatment.
[09/01/15]   Hair grows to different lengths in the body as a result of individual growth and shedding cycles. That's why the hair on your arms doesn't grow as long as the hair on your head.
[08/27/15]   Were you aware that laser hair removal is one of the most commonly done cosmetic procedures in the U.S.? How it works is by beaming highly concentrated light into hair follicles. Pigment in the follicles absorb the light, and that destroys the hair.
[08/25/15]   Some therapies provided by dermatologists include, but aren't restricted to: cosmetic filler injections; laser and other hair removal; cosmetic hair transplantation; intralesional treatment via steroids or chemotherapy; systemic therapies with antibiotics, and immunomodulators; and topical therapies.
[08/20/15]   Although acne is commonly associated with adolescence, the skin condition can strike any age group. Acne is most common on the face, neck, check, back, and shoulders - and more rarely - the upper arms.
[08/18/15]   It’s important to remember that laser hair removal is actually one of the less uncomfortable methods for removing unwanted body hair. Many people who’ve undergone the procedure state that it’s like a small rubber band snap.
[08/13/15]   Did you know the kind of skin diseases you're exposed to has a great deal with where you live? Leprosy can still be a common skin disease in developing parts of the world.
[08/11/15]   Wear a scarf and gloves when outside in cold temperatures, moisturize immediately following bathing and throughout the day, and use a humidifier. If you are worried about dry skin, be sure to speak to your dermatologist for more suggestions for caring for your skin.
[08/06/15]   Did you know that hair is the second fastest growing tissue in the human body, beat only by bone marrow? This may be why on average, a man spends about 5 months of his lifetime shaving.
[08/04/15]   One of the best forms of skin protection against the sun’s damaging rays is protective clothing. The Mayo Clinic suggests wearing tightly woven, long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and wide-brimmed hats. Also, you might want to consider an additive for your laundry that provides a layer of ultraviolet protection for a specific number of washings.You can also wear special clothing meant to block ultraviolet rays.
[07/30/15]   If you suffer from cold sores, try applying ice the next time you feel a cold sore occurring. Ice will help to reduce pain associated with emerging and current cold sores, and can reduce swelling around the cold sore area.
[07/28/15]   There are a number of ways you can prepare for laser hair removal. Try to limit plucking, waxing, and electrolysis for six weeks before treatment. The reason for this is because the laser targets the hairs’ roots, which are temporarily removed by these other procedures.
[07/23/15]   Care to guess how much targeted hair is successfully removed after a full set of laser treatment sessions? That would be 70 to 80 percent. Results will often vary based on the color and type of hair involved.
[07/21/15]   Did you know that stress can affect a variety of skin, hair, and nail conditions? High stress levels might worsen psoriasis or acne, cause or intensify hair loss, and affect general skin complexion.
[07/16/15]   If the outer layer of your skin—the epidermis—is not sufficiently hydrated, your skin will lose elasticity and will feel rough. Avoid dry air, extended contact in hot water or water treated with chlorine, harsh soaps, and skin products containing alcohol.
[07/14/15]   Won’t I risk burns by using a laser for hair removal? Today’s state-of-the-art laser technology includes cooling systems so that the heat energy produced is focused on the hair follicles and the surrounding skin is not damaged.
[07/09/15]   Telangiectasia refers to visibly dilated blood vessels that appear on the skin's surface or within mucus membranes such as the eyeballs. They can develop anywhere but are most common on the face around the nose, cheeks, and chin, as well as on the legs.
[07/07/15]   Popping pimples can cause long term and permanent scarring. If you have pimples, resist the urge to pop. Instead, use a pimple spot treatment combined with purifying clay mask applications to get rid of the pimple without harming your skin.
[07/02/15]   While some people may think laser hair removal is unfeasible because of cost, many professionals offer affordable financing plans. These allow you to select a payment plan you can afford so you can undergo the procedure regardless of your budget.
[06/30/15]   While collagen treatments may be viewed as a purely cosmetic skin procedure, it's not just about making your skin look younger. It will also appear and become stronger in the process.
[06/25/15]   UVB phototherapy is a dermatology treatment for skin eruptions via artificial ultraviolet light. The initials UVB are a pseudonym for the type B ultraviolet, the spectrum of sunlight that causes sunburn. When carefully administered, UVB phototherapy is an extremely effective treatment for major skin conditions.
[06/23/15]   Research into melanoma, the most dangerous type of skin cancer, shows that Caucasian people are more likely to develop melanomas than other races are, though skin cancer can hit people of all races.
[06/18/15]   One of the cosmetic benefits of laser hair removal is softer, smoother skin. Most female patients, and athletes, state that their legs feel stubbly only 2-3 days after shaving and a few more after waxing. Laser hair removal, however, will progressively give you softer, smoother skin.
[06/16/15]   The dark spots that sometimes appear with age are commonly called “liver” or “age” spots. Caused by an excess production of melanin in the skin, age spots typically appear on areas that have received the most sun exposure like the hands, arms, and face.
[06/11/15]   One of the cosmetic benefits of laser hair removal is the time you will save by not needing to shave when you are getting ready to go out. The recommended series of at least 5 laser hair removal treatments reduces hair permanently by 70-90%.
[06/09/15]   There are several treatment options that can provide temporary relief from hives. This includes taking an antihistamine such as diphenhydramine, avoiding irritation to the area, and avoiding hot water, which can aggravate the hives.
[06/04/15]   How does laser hair removal work? According to experts, the laser targets sections of skin and goes directly to the hair follicles in that area. Through a process called photothermolysis, the light is converted into heat and cells responsible for hair growth are shut down.

Working Hours

  • Monday07:30 - 16:30
  • Tuesday08:00 - 18:30
  • Wednesday07:30 - 16:30
  • Thursday08:00 - 18:30

Fox Chapel Hair Removal

  • (412) 423-5724