Dark Circles Under the Eyes
One of the most common skin problems is dark circles under the eyes. These are the grayish coloration in the lower eyelids that can be accompanied by a crease or sinking or, on the contrary, by puffiness known as “bags”. They are not only caused by fatigue, but also by genetics and the normal aging process.
Some recommendations to improve their appearance are eating a balanced diet and exercising to avoid retaining fluids, getting enough sleep, and not rubbing the eyelids because this skin is extremely thin and can easily become irritated.
The best treatments to improve their appearance are hyaluronic acid fillers, biostimulatory fillers, platelet-rich plasma, fractional CO2 laser, and Q-Switched laser.
Learn more about specialized treatments for dark circles under the eyes.
Wrinkles are skin problems that occur as a natural part of aging due to the loss of collagen and elastin fibers that support the skin. Other factors that facilitate their premature appearance are exposure to UV radiation and smoking, so we recommend you avoid them.
There are some products that can reduce them and help delay their appearance, such as hyaluronic acid, retinoids, and antioxidants. It is important to include them as part of ONES skincare routine, as well as sunscreen.
Other treatments to tighten and improve the appearance of the skin are fractional CO2 laser, Nd:YAG tightening laser, radiofrequency, hyaluronic acid fillers, biostimulatory fillers, and botulinum toxin.
Learn more about specialized treatments for wrinkles.
Face and Neck Flaccidity
Flaccidity occurs as a natural part of aging due to the loss of collagen and elastin fibers that support the skin. Other factors that facilitate its premature appearance are exposure to UV radiation and weight changes.
There are some products that can help improve skin quality, such as hyaluronic acid, retinoids, and antioxidants. It is important to include them as part of ONES skincare routine, as well as sunscreen.
Other treatments to tighten the skin and help it regain its firmness include Nd:YAG tightening laser, radiofrequency, and hyaluronic acid fillers.
Learn more about specialized treatments for face and neck flaccidity.
Cellulite is a skin condition that causes the skin to look uneven or dimpled, known as “orange peel”. It appears due to the accumulation of fat deposits that can be favored by hormonal changes, lack of exercise, and fluid retention.
Some recommendations to prevent its appearance are to eat a balanced diet, avoid excess sodium, and TO exercise. There are some safe treatments that help to eliminate these fat deposits in a localized way and improve the appearance of the skin, such as cavitation and radio frequency.
Verrucas and Warts
Verrucas and warts are benign skin lesions that appear frequently in both children and adults. These skin problems are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is transmitted by direct skin-to-skin contact.
They usually measure a few millimeters and have a rough appearance. These skin conditions are most often located on the hands and feet, although there are also other types of warts that affect the genitals. They can spread to other areas of the skin, so scratching or pricking them is not recommended. Some effective treatments to remove them are electrofulguration, cryotherapy, and CO2 laser.
Moles are benign skin lesions that appear from childhood and less frequently in adulthood. They can be flat or slightly bulging, very light to dark brown in color, and have a circular or oval shape with regular borders.
The transformation of a mole to cancer is rare, but some CONDITIONS that can make ONE SUSPICIOUS OF THIS BECOMING MORE SERIOUS is the rapid growth, the appearance of a darker area, irregular edges, asymmetrical shape, bleeding, or pain.
Any suspicious CHANGES TO THE AFFECTED AREA should be checked by a dermatologist and, if necessary, the mole should be SURGICALLY removed. For PEOPLE with AN ABUNDANCE OF moles, it is useful to perform an annual body mapping with photographs to detect any changes more accurately.