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The What, Why and How of Acne Scars

So…exactly what are acne scars?  Acne scarring is the direct result of deep trauma to the skin related to acne. Other factors, such as picking at your blemishes, can traumatize even small acne lesions and result in scarring.  Acne scars manifest as areas of pitted or raised skin and can occur on the face or body. Why does scaring occur? …

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How To Build Self Confidence With Acne Scars

Being a teen can be hard and having a constant reminder of those years in the form of acne scarring can make the memories less than pleasant.  Rest assured, there’s a lot you can do to build up your self-confidence! First – take care of yourself.  Put yourself first – good grooming, wearing clothing you love and presenting yourself as…

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Summer Skincare Tips

Summer is here … longer, warmer days, lots of outdoor activities, beach time, walks at lunchtime… all part of the pleasures of summer and a sign it’s time to ramp up your anti-aging skincare regimen!  Yes – we want you to have a fun and skin safe summer and with these tips you can! Number one on your list should…

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Find Confidence & Closure: Life After Acne Scars

Acne scarring can really shake one’s confidence – it’s hard to feel successful when you’re not happy with how you look.  Know that you’re not alone and there is help for you! First, let’s discuss the different types of acne scarring: “Ice Pick Scarring” – as the name suggests, ice pick scars are very deep holes in the skin that…

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Celebrate & Take More #NoFilter Selfies: Life After Acne Scars

Whether a teenager or adult, acne can happen at any age. Though blemishes fade, they often leave behind scars–physical and emotional scars. The great news is that it’s possible to heal from both!  We’re sharing some information that can help you heal because…yes – there is life after acne scars! Something as simple as hydration can help – hydrate from…

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Bellafill Featured at VCS 2017!

Don’t Miss Out! Visit Suneva at Booth 202 to Learn about Bellafill! Bellafill is the only filler FDA approved to treat both acne scars and wrinkles. Bellafill has been proven safe and effective in rigorously conducted studies, including the largest and longest safety study every conducted on dermal fillers! Below is a list of our presenters during VCS2017! Remember to…

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Cosmetic Fillers: The Drivers of Anti-Aging Treatment Market

The ever rising demand for non-surgical cosmetic procedures and an increasing aging population is driving the growth of both the North American and European dermal filler market.  This growth in the dermal filler market is primarily driven by said aging population, the rising demand for non- surgical procedures along with the introduction of novel application areas.  Absorbable dermal fillers and…

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Dermal Fillers vs. Botox; Everything You Need to know

The line between toxins and fillers can sometimes seem blurred – so, is there a difference between Botox and dermal fillers such as Bellafill?  The short answer is yes! Botox reduces the activity of the muscles that cause wrinkles such as frown lines, worry lines and crow’s feet and works by temporarily blocking the signals from the nerves to the…

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Dermal Fillers – Their advantages

Everyone’s talking about dermal fillers but what are the advantages to this type of treatment? One of the biggest advantages is no downtime.  With filler injections you have the option to fight the signs of aging on a lunch break and head back to your office to finish the day.  You don’t need to worry about missing work, fun times…

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Acne Prone Teen Years May Mean You’ll Look Younger Longer, Study Says

Acne sufferers, there is good news; because according to science, more breakouts mean younger-looking skin as you age. According to a study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, “people who have previously suffered from acne are likely to have longer telomeres (the protective repeated nucleotides found at the end of chromosomes) in their white blood cells, meaning their cells…

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