Treatable conditions

We solve all your skin problems at Biovital

Acne and acne scar

About 80% of the population suffers from acne vulgaris (acne) at some point in their life.

Acne affects people of many different ages and many different skin types. The number of treatments available are similarly diverse. The specialists at BioVital MedSpa will help you find the most advanced and appropriate treatment to help you renew your complexion. No medicines will be prescribed.

Acne can leave scars and uneven texture that if addressed timely will improve dramatically

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Brown spots – sun damage

Many people like to be tanned. However, excessive sun exposure lead to brown spots, poor texture and dull looking skin. It is very important to use a good sunscreen, with at least SPF 30, and reapply it during the day. Our beautiful sunny Florida demands a daily use of sun protection. We offer skinceuticals UV defense products.

Sun damage, also called photoaging, is the result of ultraviolet light exposure

To protect itself from the effects of unprotected exposure to sunlight, the skin produces additional melanin that ends up as brown spots and freckles. The additional melanin is not the same all over your skin and that is why brown spots appear.

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Enlarged pores

Pores are openings in our skin that release naturally produced sebum to moisturize and lubricate our skin. There may be several factors generating larger pores. The most common causes are (in order of importance):

  • High sebum secretion
  • Decreased skin elasticityand collagen
  • Genetics
  • Acne
  • Sun damage
  • Hygiene habits

BioVital MedSpa offers a variety of treatments to improve skin texture which will result in diminishing the appearance of large pores in your skin

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Melasma

Dark patches and spots appear in your face when you have melasma. Women are much more likely to develop this condition. Possible causes are hormonal alterations, pregnancy, use of contraceptives and hormonal replacement therapy. It is difficult to get rid of it, but the condition is definitively treatable. If produced during pregnancy, it is likely going to disappear after a few months. However, sometimes it lasts longer. The epidermis (outer layer of your skin) contains cells called melanocytes, which produce and store melanin, a substance that gives color to your skin. After exposure to sunlight, heat, ultraviolet radiation or hormonal changes, melanocytes may produce more melanin than normal, darkening your skin.

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Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic skin disease that affects more than 16 million Americans. It causes redness and often small, red, pus filled bumps on the face. It can be mistaken for acne. Visible blood vessels on the face, often called telangiectasia, are treated the same way we treat rosacea. It starts with mild flushing but it may get worse with time and if left untreated, inflammatory bumps and pimples often develop, and in severe cases — particularly in men — the nose may grow swollen and bumpy from excess tissue. In as many as 50 percent of patients the eyes are also affected, feeling irritated and appearing watery or bloodshot.

Rosacea can`t be cured but treatment reduces its effects. It is also very important to find your triggers, follow a good skin hygiene regime and avoid sun exposure.

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