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Hairy Situations

As we age, our hormones go into a million different directions.  You may notice more “peach fuzz”, stray wiry hairs that came out of nowhere, changes in color or texture of hair that is on your face or body.  There are many over the counter solutions out there.  Richmond Aesthetic ... Continue Reading

Eyes Are The Window To The Soul

Stayed out past curfew? Enjoyed too many cocktails? Crammed all night to finish a presentation? Who’s going to rat you out? Your eyes!!! Redness, under eye baggage, dark circles, crow’s feet! Your eyes aren’t the windows to your soul, they’re windows to your secret behaviors and the real age on ... Continue Reading

Plastic Surgery Financing

Richmond Aesthetic Surgery understands that not everyone is able to pay for their cosmetic procedure by traditional methods of payment, like cash or credit card.  We believe that everyone deserves an opportunity to enhance their image and self-confidence.  Richmond Aesthetic Surgery participates with several medical financing companies to offer alternative ... Continue Reading

Liquid Rhinoplasty

Many patients, women and men alike, are unhappy with the shape of their nose. The most common complaint concerns the “hump” in the middle of the nose that can takes away from the rest of the face. You no longer have to go under the knife for correction because injectable ... Continue Reading

The Summer of Botox®

Summer is the perfect time to freshen up your look with a Botox® treatment.  Repeated squinting from the bright sun will cause an increase in the depth and noticeability of the vertical frown lines in between your eyes.  Botox works to paralyze these muscles to smooth out those “11” lines ... Continue Reading

Tummy Tuck vs. Mini Tummy Tuck

We are often asked “What is the difference between a tummy tuck and a mini tummy tuck?” A standard tummy tuck is best for someone who has a larger amount of excess fat and/or loose skin.  The procedure is considered a lower abdominal lift.  The excess fat and/or skin is ... Continue Reading

The Best Ways to Prevent Skin Cancer

In honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month, we wanted to provide you with some helpful prevention tips.  Protection from UV rays is important all year round, not just during the summer months.  Though they are strongest during late spring and early summer, UV rays can harm you on cloudy and ... Continue Reading

What Is Causing My Breakouts?

Many people think that acne will go away once your teenage years have passed.  Unfortunately, not true!  64% of people in their 20’s and 43% in their 30’s still deal with acne.  There are four things that cause it:  high production of oil, pore-clogging dead skin cells, P. acnes bacteria ... Continue Reading