MEN'S HEALTH

MEN'S HEALTH


A micro-delivery designed to stimulate exfoliation by dissolving cross-links in the skin, encouraging a rapid turnover and elimination of debris.

Men's Health


Get under the skin
More and more men are using non-surgical aesthetic treatments to look and feel better. Today men are increasingly more aware of their appearance and the benefits of looking good for success. A man who works hard on his physique by exercising and eating right wants his face to reflect his body. For better or worse, the necessity to stay competitive and marketable in life, both personally and professionally, is significantly influenced by one’s appearance and investment in oneself and one’s future. Whether you are interested in using preventive treatments to fend off the effects of aging or to buy yourself more time: Vi'TalDerm MD offers safe and effective procedures that will improve self-confidence and performance from the boardroom to that first date.

Men's Health Corner


A man’s skin is about 25% thicker than a woman’s, the epidermis is often more oily, leading to more blocked pores. Men traditionally spend less time caring for their skin, as they get older the skin’s elasticity and tone will begin to change and the dermis layer of a man’s skin thins, the level of collagen decreases dramatically, causing deeper wrinkles to appear. A man’s skin is his autobiography, the road map of health. Our skin appearance is important in the reflection of one’s health and age. A professional clinical treatment will cleanse the skin of dirt, debris and environmental factors and enhance its ability to fight off problematic skin conditions and aging.
Healthy Skin Habits
  • A series of aesthetic treatments is necessary to effectively ensure maximum benefits for a clear complexion
  • Adopt a regular, structured clinical skin care program.
  • Receive professional treatments every four weeks: If you have specific skin problems- every two weeks is recommended.

Common Male Skin Conditions


  • Dry flaky skin
  • Congested Pores
  • Sun Damaged Skin
  • Aging Skin: Fine Lines & Wrinkles
  • Rosacea Symptoms
  • Ingrown hairs ( folliculitis bacterial )
  • Buildup of Dead Skin Cells / Rough Texture Inflammation Abnormalities
  • Discoloration / Patchy skin
  • Comedones ( blackheads )
  • Seborrhea/Inflammation ( oiliness of the skin)
  • Inflammation Abnormalities
  • Acne Scars / Nodule & Cystic Acne
  • Poor Elasticity

Shaving For Healthy Skin


Shaving has hidden advantages — the exfoliation that takes place every time you shave can keep the skin of your face looking young and healthy. But if you shave improperly, you can cause razor burn or razor bumps, which form when facial hair cut too short curls back into the skin.
To Shave Properly, Follow These Tips:
  • Prepare:
    • Take a nickel size of Total Resurfacing Masque to prep the skin for shaving: massage in for 2 minutes.
  • Soften your beard:
    • Thoroughly remove the product with a hot towel, rinse thoroughly with warm water.
  • Apply shaving cream:
    • Cover your entire beard with professional recommended shaving cream. Work it in well to make the hairs stand up and to lubricate the skin.
  • Shave:
    • Use a sharp razor, and shave in the direction the hairs lay. Avoid repeating strokes, and keep your skin relaxed.
  • Rinse:
    • Rinse the remaining shaving cream off your face. Use cool water and towel to close the pores.
  • Care:
    • Apply the appropriate professional recommended skin care products to heal, repair and protect the skin.
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