About Lisa Benest, MD
Lisa Benest, MD practices in Burbank at Lisa Benest MD as a Dermatologist, board certified by American Board of Dermatology. Dr. Benest was invited to join RealSelf in 2009, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. and is a member of Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD).
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Wrinkles, lines and facial sagging add years to your appearance. But you can fight back to keep your youthful appearance. Your dermatologist uses two types of injectibles – relaxers and fillers - to reverse those signs of aging. Relaxers, such as Botox/Dyport, lessen muscle reactions so that the overlying skin becomes smoother. Fillers restore lost volume by plumping up wrinkles and firming sagging spots. RELAXERS Many wrinkles are actually creases...
Who among us doesn’t want to cheat the aging process and look younger than our years? Who doesn’t love being told how young they look, or what beautiful skin they have? Who wouldn’t want to look “forever young?” “Forever young” skin starts with Prevention. A few simple practices and a regular at-home skin care regimen are vital for maintaining a younger, healthy appearance. Plenty of water for hydration, sun protection, gentle cleansing, a healthy...
Once considered a teenage right of passage, today many people suffer from adult acne. If you have this potentially embarrassing, but very manageable condition, you should know the possible causes for your acne and, more importantly, what treatments are now available to you. The first step in the treatment of adult acne – or simply to have a youthful, healthy complexion - is to implement the following as part of your overall health and fitness regimen: ● Cleanse twice...
The skin is more than just a pretty face – it is the body’s largest organ. It protects the body against heat, sunlight, injury and infection. Over time, exposure to ultraviolet rays (from the sun or indoor tanning) can