The Impact of Stress on Skin Highlights the Appeal of a Relaxing Setting and Skilled Staff, says Luxury Skin Care Med Spa

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The Marina del Rey provider of cosmetic treatments comments on a recent article that, if stress is bad for the skin, skin care should be as low-stress as possible.

Excessive stress can impact the skin as well as other parts of the body.

The more people are worried about such matters as their careers and taking care of their families, the more important it becomes for medical spas to help relax their clients.

A May 14 article on Self explores the impact of stress on the skin. Specifically, how it can cause inflammation which, in turn, can encourage flare-ups of numerous chronic conditions including eczema, psoriasis, and acne. Luxury Skin Care Med Spa says that beautiful skin has numerous enemies, ranging from chemicals found in hair spray and tap water, to lack of sleep and too much sun. However, the Marina del Rey skin care providers say that stress is perhaps the most insidious and the most common skin threat. The more people are worried about such matters as their careers and taking care of their families, the more important it becomes for medical spas to help relax their clients with a pleasant, low-key atmosphere – as well as a friendly and skilled medical and cosmetic team to make treatments as comfortable as possible.

Of course, skin treatments such as hair removal and getting rid of varicose and spider veins can involve some discomfort. Luxury Skin Care Med Spa notes, however, that today’s offerings involve many alternatives which are far gentler and less invasive than older techniques. For example, anyone who’s had any portion of their skin waxed knows that the “ouch factor” is off the charts. However, the spa notes that sensations during laser-based procedures such as Gentle Max Pro hair removal treatment are described by some as “like a cat sneezing” or minute pin pricks. It’s also much longer lasting and vastly quicker than waxing – an important factor particularly for male clients who may want to deal with relatively large portions of their body. Similarly, for many years the only treatment for unsightly and sometimes painful varicose and spider veins was a procedure going under the terrifying name “vein stripping.” Today, sclerotherapy is a reliable non-invasive injection based treatment that only involves mild, brief discomfort, says the spa.

Luxury Skin Care Med Spa says that, as much as being on the leading edge of making treatments more comfortable, its friendly and compassionate medical professionals also do their part to put clients at ease by gently guiding them through their treatment. And the fact that the entire team is supervised by Dr. Ali Hadadz, a widely respected physician, is also reassuring to patients. The spa ads that the combination of a pleasant atmosphere and a truly outstanding medical and cosmetic team makes for skin treatments that will actually help to reduce individuals’ overall stress – especially after they see their outstanding results.

Readers who would like to contact Luxury Skin Care Med Spa can call (424) 384-5001 or visit its web site at The spa is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7 p.m, and from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.

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