Skin Care

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Flawless Med Spa

Medical Spa located in Albuquerque, NM

It’s natural for your skin to age, but you never have to look your age thanks to powerful professional-grade skin care products like Jan Marini®, NeoCutis®, and SkinCeuticals®. The aesthetics care experts at Flawless Med Spa in Albuquerque, New Mexico work with you to create a customized plan just for your skin’s unique needs. Use the online scheduler or call to book your appointment today.

Skin Care Q & A

How can skin care help slow down the aging process?

Aging is a natural process that takes place over years. Outside influences, like the sun, dietary habits & genetics also play a role so it is important that you choose a skin care system that will help regenerate skin cells, promote collagen production and help with hydration. Flawless carries the Jan Marini, NeoCutis and SkinCeutical Skin Care Lines.  We recommend a regimen that contains a combination of Growth Factors, Vitamin C, Retinol and Sunscreen. Our nurses have extensive knowledge of these products and can make a suggestion that is best for your skin.  

How can skin care prevent pigment?

Some of the most common skin-care concerns our nurses hear about are dark spots and uneven skin tone. Skin darkening, also known as hyperpigmentation, can be attributed to sun damage, hormones, acne scarring and/or genetics.  One of the best ways to keep your body from creating these unwanted spots is to stay out of the sun. When we are in the sun, our body wants to protect our organs from damaging UV rays so it produces melanin which can darken the skin. When the skin is assaulted by repeated exposure to the sun, you experience sun damage in a variety of ways and one of them is brown spots. Once the cycle of pigment over-production has started, it is difficult to stop it and usually medical intervention is required.

Using medical-grade lightening serums and sunscreen with active ingredients is critical to managing unwanted pigment.  Flawless carries the Jan Marini, Elta MD and SkinCeutical Skin Care Lines. We recommend a regimen that contains a combination of corrective serums like hydroquinone, Vitamin C, Retinol and Sunscreen. Our nurses have extensive knowledge of these products and can make a suggestion that is best for your skin.  

Can skin care prevent melasma?

Melasma is a medical condition of the skin which is characterized by patches of pigmentation primarily on the face. While it can occur in both genders, 90% of cases occur in women. Melasma can be triggered by sun, hormone therapy, or pregnancy, in which case it is called chloasma. Melasma is not a harmful condition, but it can have a dramatic effect on one’s appearance. Flawless Med Spa specializes in melasma treatments utilizing a variety of modalities – lasers, chemical peels, and skin care.  

Melasma is generally a chronic condition. All treatments, whether laser or topical, depend on protecting the skin from the sun and minimizing the triggers. Using medical-grade lightening serums and sunscreen with active ingredients is critical to managing unwanted pigment.  Flawless carries the Jan Marini, Elta MD and SkinCeutical Skin Care Lines.  We recommend a regimen that contains a combination of corrective serums like hydroquinone, Vitamin C, Retinol and Sunscreen.  Our nurses have extensive knowledge of these products and can make a suggestion that is best for your skin.

How can skin care prevent acne?

Acne is an extremely common inflammatory skin condition that causes pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, and deeper cysts. It is typically found on the face, chest, neck, back, and shoulders. Acne most often starts in puberty and affects about 85% of individuals between the ages of 12 and 24.  However, adults in their 30s and 40s often suffer from acne as well. Untreated, acne can result in permanent scarring.

Using a Medical Grade is critical to managing acne. These products help your body regulate oil production without over-drying your skin. Flawless carries the Jan Marini and SkinCeutical Skin Care Lines and recommends a regimen that contains a combination of benzoyl peroxide, glycolic acid, Vitamin C, Retinol and Sunscreen.  Our nurses have extensive knowledge of these products and can make a suggestion that is best for your skin.

Latisse & Growing Thicker Eyelashes

The loss of eyelashes is very common, particularly in people over 40. As a result, the loss can mean less definition around the eye which can make the eye look sunken. Latisse is an easy solution to help your body produce longer and thicker eyelashes. The prescription is applied once a day to the base of the upper eyelashes.  After 16 weeks, you will see a dramatic change in the length and fullness of your eyelashes. Because Latisse works by extending the hair growth cycle, this medication should be used continuously to maintain long term results.

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Fillers


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IV Hydration


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Kybella


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Laser Hair Removal


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Laser Facials


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Melasma


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Microblading


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