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What Can I Do for Teen Skin Care?

Teen Skin Care requires a personalized plan from skin experts.Teenagers can turn to Amerejuve for clear, smooth skin.

Amerejuve’s experts tailor personal skin-care plans, providing the best tools for teen skin care. One option is a package combining chemical peels and microdermabrasion, two treatments that cleanse pores and balance the skin.

In a chemical peel, Amerejuve technicians apply a natural chemical exfoliant that removes dead and damaged layers to reveal the healthy skin beneath.

In microdermabrasian, the skin is gently buffed, encouraging new cell growth. It can be used to help treat and prevent mild to moderate acne and improve the appearance of acne scars.

For a more intensive treatment for acne scarring, Amerejuve also offers IPL Photofacials. The procedure can be used to treat a number of skin imperfections other than acne scarring, including sun damage, freckles, fine lines, broken capillaries, and others. The effects of the IPL appear gradually following the treatment, leaving skin fresh and glowing.

Laser hair removal is also a great option for permanently reducing unwanted hair. Upper-lip hair, unibrows, and thick arm hair don’t stand a chance against state-of-the-art laser technology. Because hormone changes affect hair growth, laser hair removal has the best results at or after the end of puberty. However, younger teens can still benefit from laser hair removal, they are just likely to need additional follow-up treatments once their hormones are more settled into adulthood.

To protect and enhance the benefits of treatment, Amerejuve also offers excellent lines of skin products for all skin types, including dry, oily, and mature.

Amerejuve’s sister company, Amerefit, also offers a teen weight loss program that emphasizes healthy weight control and the skills to make good choices for a lifetime.

For a free consultation to discuss teen skin care, weight loss, or other concerns, call Amerejuve at (713) 960-6262. Read more in The Amerejuve Insider Vol. 1 No. 2.

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