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By Janell Bailey, Master Aesthetician 

Target Your Fat with Vanquish

If you’re struggling to get into your skinny jeans or are tired of hiding your muffin top then consider a fat reduction treatment that is proven to be effective. When diet and exercise are no longer enough to reduce stubborn fat, Vanquish ME treatments are a safe, affordable alternative.   

By Jodeena Soliven, Master Aesthetician 

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As a newborn or child, our skin is at its most plump and best condition.  When we age our skin is constantly changing and our youthful complexion is harder to retain.  Having a good at-home skincare routine with beneficial ingredients like Vitamins A, C, and E can drastically reduce the signs of aging. 

By Dr. Clara Barnett

Acne and Food Dr. Clara Barnett

Endocrine disruptors are compounds found in our diet and environment which mimic our own hormones.  These can be potentially disruptive to normal hormonal signaling leaving our systems out of balance and overstimulated.  Research shows that endocrine disruptors can worsen conditions such as hormonal acne (as in Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS).  The list includes plastics, pesticides, hormones in animal products and other chemicals.

By Jodeena Soliven, Master Aesthetician 

Isolaz treatments at Dermatology Associates of Seattle

Every day our office sees patients of all ages ranging from young adults to senior citizens seeking treatment for their acne. They all have different acne concerns ranging from hormonal to teenage or adult acne. Many patients are seeing great results with a combination of oral or topical treatments and Isolaz.

By Dr. Peter Jenkin

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One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime and according to the Center for Disease Control, Washington State has one of the top ten highest incidence rates.  Over the past three decades, more people have had skin cancer than all other cancers combined. It’s important to be aware of the different types of skin cancers, signs, prevention, and what SPF really means.


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