The Holidays are Here! Prepare Your Skin for the Travel Season.

Thanksgiving week is the busiest travel week of the year! Whether you are flying or driving, travel can cause stress to your body and your skin. When travelling, you are exposing your skin to new climates with possible changes in temperature, environmental exposure, wind and humidity. Even over a short period of time, these changes can […]

  • Posted on: Nov 22 2015
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A Patient Perspective on our Illuminize Peel

All of my friends who have amazing skin attribute it to chemical peels followed by a smart regimen of skin and sun care. I’ve admired their skin and pain threshold for years, but visions of Samantha in Sex And The City kept me away. Fast forward to last weekend: I was talking with Deborah, the […]

  • Posted on: Nov 12 2015
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Which Body Parts Give Your Age Away First?

Finding a balance between aging gracefully and not looking as though we are older than we really are becomes a priority for most women at some point in their lives, and even men want to look as young as they feel. Our skin thins and becomes less elastic with each passing year, while brown spots, […]

Stop Hiding It-Treat Your Hair Loss at Asarch Center!

The effects of hair loss on self-image and self-esteem have been well documented, with the psychological effect significant among both men and women.  Hair loss has even been associated with clinical signs of depression.  There are very few treatment options, particularly if the cause of the hair loss is unknown. “The discovery of a medication […]

  • Posted on: Nov 8 2015
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Celebrities Choose Ultherapy Treatment Offered at Asarch Center

Celebrities around the globe are choosing Ultherapy to look younger for their roles in the public eye. Ultherapy has been featured on The Today Show, The View, Good Morning America, 20/20, The Doctors, Fox Health News and Entertainment Tonight.   It seems Kim Kardashian is always in the media and with that type of scrutiny, the star has […]

  • Posted on: Oct 12 2015
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Feed Your Face- The best food choices for a healthy glow through every season!

The summer season is almost over, but it doesn’t mean your skin can’t look radiant all year long! Studies have proven that a healthy diet has a direct correlation to healthy skin. Eating certain fruits, beans, vegetables, and proteins regularly can keep your skin, looking beautiful all year round! Grabbing a venti coffee in the […]

  • Posted on: Aug 11 2015
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Which Fitzpatrick Skin Type Are You?

Is there such thing as a healthy tan? First and foremost, what is a tan? Simply put, tanning is your skin’s way of trying to protect itself from the malice of UV (ultraviolet) rays. Everyone’s skin has a different tolerance to these rays and it can be measured by its ability to make pigment on […]

  • Posted on: Aug 11 2015
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IS KYBELLA RIGHT FOR YOU? At the Asarch Center, we are honored that Kythera, makers of Kybella, chose us as one of the first in the country to be trained and to offer Kybella in our offices! If you are bothered by moderate to severe submental fullness, also referred to as a “double chin,” we have […]

  • Posted on: Jul 26 2015
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Asarch Center in Castle Rock Article on YourHub about Mohs Surgery

“Coloradoans love the outdoors – it is one of the reasons we live here, right! At an elevation of 6,184 feet, our increased altitude and high UV index put us at an even higher risk for developing skin cancer. When it comes to treatment, Mohs Micrographic Surgery is the only treatment that ensures complete removal […]

Can You Believe It? "Sunburn Art" and Other Dangerous Sun Exposure Trends.

Recently, a few photos tagged as #sunburnart have been circulating on social media. These images show people who have intentionally burned there skin to create “art” by strategically placing a pattern where the skin is protected. Whether sun burn art is popular enough to be called a “trend” or not, it is concerning enough that the Skin Cancer […]

  • Posted on: Jul 12 2015
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