Syneron Beauty’s new mē smooth is poised to be the next game changer in the at-home hair removal scene. DIY hair removal systems are nothing new, but until now, they were reserved for lighter skin tones. The mē smooth system is the first and only at-home professional hair removal device that is FDA-cleared and clinically proven to be safe and effective for all skin tones, even Types V and VI on the Fitzpatrick scale.
Why is that so important? Laser hair removal has historically been more risky for darker skin types, meaning that most at-home devices were not safe for skin types V and VI. Washington, DC dermatologist Valerie Callender explains, “Lasers target the melanin within the hai
Winner of Allure magazine’s Best of Beauty Award for two consecutive years, elure is the little lotion (and cream) that could. It is a shining star in the portfolio of global laser giant Syneron Medical Ltd.
Elure is the first product that improves skin color and tone by breaking up existing melanin, the cause of brown spots and hyperpigmentation. The elure Brightening Lotion ($150) and elure Brightening Night Cream ($150) are perfect for all skin types, including sensitive skin and skin of color, and anyone who wants to avoid the harsh effects of hydroquinone and other skin brightening agents that can sting and cause redness. And for those who live in warm, tropical climates, elure doe
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Now that fall has arrived and our tans have faded, pesky dark spots, dullness and uneven tone are more prominent. The good news is that you can get your skin back on track, as most hyperpigmentation can be erased, whether its with topical over-the-counter potions, cutting-edge laser treatments or professional-strength chemical peels.
“Dark spots and most types of hyperpigmentation are formed from prolonged sun exposure,” says Manhattan Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Alan Matarasso. Usually dark spots fall into these categories: freckles, smaller scattered spots; solar lentigines, also known as age or liver spots, which form on the chest, hands and face from years of UV damage; post-i