Glenview Jan Marini

Continuing our education series about skin research with additional facts in this blog or pearl. As you may know, skin treatments and skin procedures are a big part of our offering at Casas Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. As part of a pearl or blog post series about the revolutionary products from Jan Marini Skin Research, I would like to give you some insight into the partnership with Jan Marini Skin Research. We also invite you to browse all of our Pearls / Blog Posts.

How does skin pigmentation affect my look?
Many people think of wrinkles as the primary indicator of age but clinical studies show that discoloration and pigment are actually more directly related to people’s perception of an individual’s age than wrinkles. Hyperpigmentation is defined as any abnormal increase in genetically programmed skin pigmentation. There are many factors that may contribute to changes in skin color or uneven pigmented patches, but the most common are sun damage, acne lesions and hormonal changes. The most common hyperpigmentation conditions include freckles, spots and discolored areas from sun exposure, melasma, flat and pigmented areas secondary to acne lesions.

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You may reach us at the Chicago North Shore suburbs of Glenview (847-657-6884).

Dr. Laurie A. Casas and her team will work with you to develop a treatment plan for your cosmetic and aesthetic wishes.
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