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PODCAST: Exploring today’s most popular cosmetic procedures with Dr. Henstrom

Jenny: Welcome to Facial Aesthetics Unmasked. We are excited about our first episode today. We’ve got Dr. Douglas Henstrom, dual board-certified facial plastic surgeon at Utah facial Plastics with the awesome Delaney… Delaney: Hello Jenny: From U92 Delaney: So excited to be here… Jenny: Amazing patient and person so yeah we’re excited to talk about …

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Chemical Peels in Draper – FAQ’s

As a top Utah skin specialist, Utah Facial Plastics offers a variety of treatments for skin rejuvenation. One popular procedure is a chemical peel, which works well to brighten the skin and address additional skin concerns. There are different options available depending on your needs and concerns and it’s best to meet with one of …

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Skin Care

The Best Cosmetic Treatments for Wrinkles

  The most common concern we see patients for is wrinkles! Whether it’s wrinkles in your forehead, around your mouth, or on your neck, we have a treatment or combinations of treatments to smooth them right out. Overtime, our skin loses elastin, collagen, and moisture, which unfortunately leads to wrinkles in the skin. These can …

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Move Over Microdermabrasion, Hydrafacial Is Here

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the once-super-popular skin treatment, microdermabrasion, is on the decline. According to dermatologists and plastic surgeons, microdermabrasion hasn’t been nearly as popular over the last year. Microdermabrasion has been great to remove dead skin cells and brighten the skin. So why the decline? One issue is that microdermabrasion …

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Chemical Peels Vs Hydrafacials

Here at Utah Facial Plastics, we offer a number of skin treatments to help with pigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, and overall skin tone and texture. It’s important to be doing occasional in-office treatments in combination with a good at-home skincare regime for long-term skin health. Two great skin treatments include hydrafacials and chemical peels. …

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