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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

While we at Maine Laser Skin Care work daily to “Beautify Maine One Face (And Body) at a Time”, we also use our decades of expertise in skin care to monitor your skin for any abnormalities that could indicate skin cancer or...

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Beware of Cheap Botox

We at Maine Laser Skin Care occasionally receive phone calls about per-unit pricing of Botox that is well below the normal price range for any market region, never mind Maine.  These instances are particularly unusual since Allergan, the makers...

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Warning: B12 Shots Are a Scam!

Many people frequently ask us if we perform certain procedures that are trending on social media or out in the community.  One question some people have been asking recently is about whether or not we perform B12 injections,...

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Love Your Lips Again

Throughout history, full lips have been coveted as a sign of confidence.  Even in these times of mask wearing, the desire for more full and well-defined lips persists.  As a result, demand for treatments to enhance the lips has especially...

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Can Anything Help Cellulite? Yes, We Can!

According to the Mayo Clinic's medical dictionary, cellulite is "a very common, harmless skin condition that causes lumpy dimpled flesh on the thighs, hips and buttocks."  Harmless and common, yes, but...

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Fight Ageism At Maine Laser Skin Care

Are you ever too old for aesthetic treatments?  The answer to this question depends on your personal views of aging. Ageism is the prejudicial opinion that certain conditions are an inevitable part of aging.  This opinion also dictates...

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Dark Circles Under Eyes? PRP To The Rescue!

We here at Maine Laser Skin Care have been certified providers of trademarked Vampire, or Platelet Rich Plasma, procedures since 2015.  Dr. Burke was trained by Dr. Charles Runels, the creator of the Vampire procedures, himself. Dr. Burke also...

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Treating Hyperpigmentation in the Winter

Hyperpigmentation is a condition whereby a segment skin becomes darker than the surrounding skin.  This ailment is caused by a persistent buildup of melanin within layers of skin cells. Melanin is the substance secreted within skin cells...

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Lasers and Acne Therapy

Like prescription and over-the-counter medications, lasers have been used over the course of the past two decades to treat acne.  In fact, lasers have proven effective in challenging cases and with individual patient preference. Many people...

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PRP is a Game Changer in Hair Loss Treatment

Maine Laser Skin Care has been a certified provider of Vampire aesthetic procedures since 2015, treating hundreds of patients with platelet rich plasma, or PRP, for multiple problems areas.  An area of PRP that has expanded steadily over the...

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Announcing Diamond Glow In Both Offices -- Scarborough and Augusta!!

After much delay due to supply chain issues, Diamond Glow has arrived in Augusta, and full training in this new facial technology has been completed.  The Diamond Glow has been the hottest treatment at our Scarborough office for several months,...

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Top Tips For Winter Skin Care

As we all know from living in Maine, the cold and exceptionally dry air of winter can wreak havoc on your skin.  Winter skin is frequently dry, scaly, and itchy with increased tendency to crack and become irritated. While the outside...

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Ways To Feel Much Better Today

Contemplating the past two years of pandemic stress, we all need and want anything that will help us to feel better and get through this difficult time in history.  Although we here at Maine Laser Skin Care focus primarily on aesthetic...

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Finally! An Effective Treatment For Cellulite!

Cellulite is not anyone's fault.  It is not caused by your diet.  It is not caused by how much you eat or what you eat.  It is a natural part of human biology, and unfortunately, over 90% of women will exhibit cellulite over their...

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More Information On COVID Vaccines and Fillers

A recent misleading front page headline appeared in the Wall Street Journal before the holidays, and we would like to help clear up any confusion on the subject. The headline read, “Covid Shots Cause Botox Wrinkles: Cosmetic Work and Boosters...

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