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Cosmetic Surgery in Modesto

What Is Melasma

Melasma is a skin condition that many have seen or experienced, though few have ever heard its name. Seen most often in pregnant women and often referred to as the “mask of pregnancy,” melasma is a condition that causes dark …

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ZO Skin Health Skin Correction

Are you concerned with uneven skin tone, dark spots, fine lines, or redness? The good news is that the most effective anti-aging ingredients (prescription retinoids and retinol—vitamin A derivatives) target skin texture, hyperpigmentation, and lines and wrinkles for younger, healthier-looking …

Cosmetic Surgery in Modesto

Micro-Needling & Growth Factor Infusion

SkinRenew Laser Medical Center is proud to offer Micro-Needling and Growth Factor infusion. Understandably, our patients get excited about these proven anti-aging techniques. Micro Needling with Platelet Rich Plasma Popular with celebrities and many women past the age of 40, …

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C-PDRN Marine Based DNA Transforms Skin

Skincare at the Cellular Level with Rejuran c-PDRN. Rejuran® leads the path in skin transformation technology with unique, advanced products. The brand’s hero ingredient is patented marine growth factor c-PDRN®, which promotes cell growth through fibroblast production, improving the skin’s …

Cosmetic Surgery in Modesto

Central Valley Leader For Botox Injections

SkinRenew Laser Medical Center, the local leader for Botox in Modesto, has been awarded Allergan’s Diamond Level Status. Allergan, the company behind cosmetic products such as Botox, has acknowledged SkinRenew as one of the top practices nationwide. The Diamond Level …

Cosmetic Surgery in Modesto

Causes Of Crepey Skin And How To Treat It

What is Crepey Skin? Crepey skin happens when your skin looks wrinkled and thin. Although the misconception is that crepey skin is contributed to old age, this isn’t always the case. While it’s more common in older people, it usually …