Chemical Peels

There are many types of chemical peels and a lot of different facials, and sometimes these two treatments can look alike when the product is on the face—but they are wildly different. Spectrum Dermatology offers a wide range of chemicals peels ranging from mild to...

Sun damage is the number one cause of skin showing early aging, and it’s one of the top complaints of clients at Spectrum Dermatology. However, sun damage in adults makes sense. Most people grew up in an era when sunscreen wasn’t touted as a must...

“Brown spots” is a term to describe a wide range of skin issues. Seeing dermatological experts like those at Spectrum Dermatology, where both Drs. Thosani and Kim were ranked Top Docs in 2018, is vital in getting a correct diagnosis and designing a treatment (if...

It is unlikely that anyone will enjoy optimal results from any single treatment, whether it is laser skin rejuvenation or a chemical peel. At Spectrum Dermatology, a wide variety of both treatment and complementary skin care products are available to maximize results. Younger-looking, glowing, clear...

Do you remember looking at your grandmothers’ hands when you were a child and remarking on her many “freckles” not knowing they were brown age spots? Age spots can be a bothersome part of aging as they cause us to feel self-conscious about our appearance. What...

There are medical spa treatments such as Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, Kybella and CoolSculpting that will give you the instant gratification for which you are looking. Ever get up, look in the mirror and think, “something needs to be done, and today's the day?” You...

There are a million anti aging skin treatments out there, but let’s talk about what causes our skin to age. Skin aging is the result of many things and there is really much more you can do to control it than you might have thought. Only...

Treatment for Uneven Skin Tone When melanin is produced and secreted in a large volume, our skin develops brown or “age” spots. The melanin that develops between the epidermis (skin's top layer) and the dermis (layer of skin beneath) is stimulated to increase the melanin production...